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SPURCYCLE furthers the Bell Revolution Showcasing new Products at Eurobike ‘22

Spurcycle has been producing carefully executed bicycle accessories that have become iconic favorites  for over a decade. The company is rooted in practicality and rewarding relationships. Spurcycle will be exhibiting at Eurobike for the first time, showing with 3 other brands from Bend, OR. The Spurcycle team is excited to further connect with the European market by visiting in person and enjoying first-hand experiences with leaders in the cycling culture.

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Vision & mission

Everything you see marked with the Spurcycle logo demonstrates focused dedication to its essential company values. Designs are aesthetically and functionally refined. Products are durable and serviceable. They are also priced to accurately reflect quality, which includes social responsibility and company citizenry. Spurcycle products ultimately deliver joy that lasts long after leaving the checkout counter and endures beyond passing fashionability.

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Continuing a Revolution

Spurcycle launched its first bicycle bell in August 2013 via a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign. Widely imitated by other brands and replica manufacturers over the years since, Spurcycle’s Original Bell stood out by its design, artisan construction, and powerful sound, soon referred to by people as simply the “the best bell ever”. Spurcycle Bells and other cycling accessories are recognized and available around the world. For the first time the Spurcycle team will show their range of products at Eurobike, introducing a new product that will demonstrate clear vision.

For inquiries, retail information or introductory meetings at Eurobike '22 please contact [email protected]

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About Twotone Amsterdam

The roots of Twotone go back in 2007, when Twotone’s founder – Jon Woodroof – cofounded a fixed-gear focused bike shop in Atlanta, GA named No Brakes. His clothes nearly always matched his track bike & he earned the nickname Twotone. Jon cut his teeth on promoting his own shop, the brands they sold, and even suppliers, athletes, and other organisations they partnered with all before Instagram!

Those entrepreneurial roots grew into the hold your line, you'll be fine full-send approach to how we run our business today. A 10-year-old nickname became a Dutch BV in 2014 & Twotone has become THE one-stop-shop for cycling-savvy sales, marketing, and PR across Europe in the USA.

Over the course of the past nearly 9 years of helping brands find their way & have their say, we’re grateful for the successes, lessons, and trust! Schedule a meeting to learn more!

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