Members of the Australian Invictus Games cycling squad have joined road cycling stars Amanda Spratt, Jessica Allen, Mathew Hayman and Caleb Ewan for the launch of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 cycling range.
The range was first unveiled at the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under in Adelaide.
The high-quality performance range has been produced by TITAN Performance Group and forms part of the official Invictus Games Sydney 2018 merchandise program.
Joining the Mitchelton-SCOTT team was Australian Invictus Games cycling squad member Garry Robinson, a former Sergeant who served 22 years in the Australian Army. In 2010, Garry was involved in a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Afghanistan. He suffered a severe traumatic brain injury and fractured multiple bones including his lower leg which had to be amputated just over a year later.
Being part of the Invictus Games in 2014 and 2016 has given Garry the feeling of belonging again, something to focus on and work towards. He is now training to make the 2018 Australian Invictus Games Team.
“The Invictus Games Sydney 2018 cycling kit looks great and feels great to ride in,” said Robinson.
“It was awesome to have the support from the Mitchelton-SCOTT cycling team to launch the kit. I look forward to riding in it and representing the Australian Invictus Games squad,“ he said.
Michael Baker, Business Development Manager from TITAN Performance Group said the company is proud to be partnering with the Games.
“TITAN Performance Group is privileged and honoured to be supplying the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 cycling merchandise range and supporting wounded warriors from around the Globe,” said Baker.
The Invictus Games Sydney 2018 cycling range includes a short sleeve jersey, bib shorts, a jersey and arm warmers and can be purchased on the Titan Performance Group website.