Simon Powner

Simon Powner

Georgia Taylor-Brown Riding REAP for 2020

We’ve waited a long time to be able to say this….

Today REAP bikes are proud to announce that British Triathlete Georgia Taylor-Brown will be making her case for inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by powering around bike courses on the new REAP Vekta.

Georgia, currently immersed in a training camp in sunnier conditions Down-Under, will be bidding for Olympic selection and all of us at REAP could not be prouder to be supporting her ambitions.

Ranked third in the current ITU world rankings, Georgia is in exceptional form going into the Olympic year; the 2019 highlight coming after taking the tape at the ITU World Series race at her training base in Leeds.

When we spoke to her recently, she was obviously brimming with excitement about the prospect of another fantastic year and was glowing about her new bike.

“It’s the biggest year of my career and I could not be happier to be riding for REAP. The tech that has gone into these bikes is unreal and I believe that will take my bike leg to the next level.”

The Olympic hopeful will be fighting off fierce competition on the ITU WTS circuit but we think the British star will have enough as she prepares to debut her new superbike this weekend at the World Cup race in Mooloolaba.

We will be keeping tabs on all races this year so stay connected on our social media pages, linked below, for full post-race analysis.

Georgia will be onboard our flagship Vekta road bike loaded with an abundance of watt-saving innovations. Sign up to our newsletter below to find out how you can add this weapon to your armoury for the 2020 season.

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