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BBB Cycling products

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BBB Cycling Products

In 1999, two avid Dutch cyclists, Chris Koppert and Frank Moons started a company with the aim of producing cycling accessories, components and parts for the industry that they loved. In the words of Frank Moons, they “turned their hobby into their profession."

BBB Cycling has been growing ever since, currently providing a range of over 1500 products within over 40 product categories to thousands of retailers across 40 different countries.

With an emphasis on design and innovation, BBB products are the recipients of numerous design awards, consistently pushing the boundaries as to what their products can achieve for their riders.

Throughout the naughties, BBB experienced a number of milestones. Sponsoring Magnus Bäckstedt of the Alessio-Bianchi road team paid off when he went on to win the Paris-Roubaix Classic. They went on to sponsor Team Quick-Step Innergetic who took out three World Road titles in a row, all wearing a pair of BBB Sport Glasses.

In ’08, the The Oval Integrate pump won the Eurobike design award for its unique design, hugging the frame of the bike to which it's attached.

And the momentum continued into the 2010’s, supporting Zdenek Stybar at the World Cyclocross Championships, those slick sports glasses keeping the mud out of his eyes and the finish line in sight.

The BBB Range

The range of cycling products on offer by BBB is mind boggling. They set out to supply cyclists with high quality aftermarket products and succeeded in creating a library of useful accessories, clothing and components suited to every level of cycling across all disciplines.

Sponsorship

BBB supports a number of professional road, mountain bike and cyclocross teams across the globe. Supplying riders at the top of the cycling game with quality products means that technology trickles down to the everyday rider. The pros test it out so that you can be sure the kit you are running is fit for the job.