Spawn Cycles is pleased to announce its 2017 team roster and support from some of the leading brands in mountain biking.

The following team members are proud to receive support from Sombrio, Bell, 661 Protection, CLIF Bar & Company, Five Ten and Brood Bike Co.

 

Dane Jewett – Squamish, BC, Canada

Anthony Shelly – Whistler, BC, Canada

Soren Zengerle – Alamo, California, USA

Jake & Theo Riddle – Queenstown, New Zealand

Karter Montellano – Riverside, California, USA

Mateo Quist – Squamish, BC, Canada

Seth Proulx-Royds – Kelowna, BC, Canada

Danny Zureski – Squamish, BC, Canada

 

Spawn Cycles and its team is thankful for the support of their sponsors as well as their commitment to the growth and progression of youth mountain biking.

 

“We’re so excited for the opportunity to work with, and learn from, such legendary brands that are really pushing to make mountain biking safer and more enjoyable for kids”, said Max Zureski, Spawn’s founder.  “We can’t thank them enough for the support that they are providing to kids that might one day grow up to push the frontiers of the sport.”

 

“Sombrio’s partnership with the Spawn Cycles team is all about ensuring our youth athletes have the right gear so they can focus on having fun and progressing in a safe environment.” said Ashley Turk, Global Marketing Manager for Sombrio. “The Groms’ collection is a perfect match for the Spawn team and its performance-driven shredders.”

 

In addition, Spawn Cycles and Sombrio have produced a limited run of custom long-sleeved jerseys. Purpose-built to be as tough as the young riders that they are made for, the limited run jerseys are crafted from Sombrio’s abrasion resistant Cool Wik fabric and will be available in youth sizing 8 to 12, sold exclusively on Spawn’s website this summer.

 

 

About the partners:

Sombrio - Sombrio has lead the Freeride Mountain Bike industry with top quality apparel and accessories for over 15 years.  New for 2017, the Sombrio Groms’ Collection boasts all the same durable fabrics, performance features and fashion-forward designs as their Men's Collection but with a kids-specific fit. www.sombriocartel.com

 

Bell - With a wide range of bicycle helmet types & designs catering to all cycling categories, Bell is a world leader in cycling helmet design & technology.  Bell bike helmets for kids offer maximum protection & cool graphics, allowing kids to have the greatest and safest biking experience.  www.bellhelmets.com

 

661 - 661 is a brand that embodies what it means to have fun on two wheels. Be it dirt or street, they have made their mark on countless riders across the globe. They have formed a formidable army of faithful riders who want nothing more than to push their limits every day knowing that they have them covered from head to toe.  661 has introduced exciting new youth protection offerings. www.sixsixone.com

 

CLIF Bar & Company - CLIF knows it’s hard to get kids to eat the right snacks. But you can feel good knowing that all CLIF Kid recipes, including its CLIF Kid Zbar organic, baked whole grain energy snack, come in kid-friendly flavors – made from nutritious and organic ingredients – to keep them going, growing, and exploring.  www.clifbar.ca

 

Five Ten – Five Ten’s shoes, with their famous Stealth rubber soles, have dominated the DH mountain bike category for more than two decades. Five Ten’s Freerider Kids are widely acknowledged as mountain biking’s premier youth shoes.  www.fiveten.com

 

Brood Bike Co. - Brood is committed to producing the world’s most advanced child-specific mountain bike components.  From suspension forks, to grips, to the new Maxtion tubeless-ready tires and wheels, and everything in between; Brood is focused on making equipment that can meet the demands of kids who are pushing past the limitations of today’s components.  www.broodbikes.com

 

Spawn Cycles - Spawn is a family-owned and operated company that is focused on producing the world’s best mountain bikes for kids. Based out of Squamish, B.C, Spawn has the perfect testing grounds to ensure that they continue to produce the world’s best kids’ bikes. www.spawncycles.com