The 2019 Union Cyclist Internationale cycling team, based in Yorkshire, named the SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling team has gained an exciting sponsorship deal for 2019 in the form of a luxury Bürstner motorhome for their use during events.
The 14-man roster team, made up primarily of staff and riders from the now-closed elite-travel Team KTM, has secured a deal with a deluxe motorhome hire company, Yorkshire-based, Go Luxury. Among the team is former World Tour rider James Shaw, ex-JLT-Condor climber Ed Laverack, Jacob Scott and Pete Williams from One Pro Cycling, Isaac Mundy from Madison Genesis and Julian Varley one of four riders from Team KTM. This impressive selection shows the strength of the team that Go Luxury has got behind in its sponsorship bid.
As part of the Leisure World Group, Go Luxury is a premium motorhome hire company offering first-class Bürstner and Roller Team motorhomes for attractive motorhome holidays and appealing to customers from all over the world.
Bürstner is a renowned German brand which has become synonymous with five-star luxury holidays and therefore, the ideal basis for a motorhome to offer sleeping and relaxation space on race days for the SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling team. Go Luxury is now in its second year of offering motorhome hire and backed by its experience as part of the larger Leisure World Group, the company has ample know-how to offer only the very best and most suited motorhome to the team.
Despite being a young team, members of the SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling team are already consistently winning and placing well in races, which team manager Paul Lamb thanks Go Luxury for its part in. He commented, “I cannot thank Go Luxury enough for the opportunity to use their amazing luxury Bürstner motorhome in the UK’s most prestigious races. The super luxury interior provides a homely environment for the riders to change in comfort before and after stages of the Tour de Yorkshire and the Tour of Britain.
“The state-of-the-art facilities and gadgets enabled us to cook and store vital race food in a clean environment and access the TV’s for up to date race information and for detailed team meetings and race debriefs.
“Having access to the luxury motorhome made the riders feel very privileged and comfortable. I have no doubt that it was a key part of our success, enabling us to win the King of the Mountains Jersey in the Tour of Britain and achieve 5th place overall in the Tour de Yorkshire; remarkable achievements for a team of our size.
“We look forward to renewing our partnership with Go Luxury and having even more success in 2020,” added Paul.
Owners of Go Luxury, Matthew and Chris Kinsell, remarked, “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling team and can’t wait to follow their progress throughout the season.
“All of our motorhome hire customers love Bürstner motorhomes for the sheer amount of luxury they provide, so we’re sure that the motorhome will be a welcome retreat at the end of a long day’s racing.”Back to News