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2/12/2015

Marzocchi signs Cyclone for distribution

Marzocchi Suspension USA has brought aboard Portland, Ore.-based Cyclone Bicycle Supply for distribution throughout North America.

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LONG BEACH, Calif. (BRAIN) — Marzocchi Suspension USA has brought aboard Portland, Ore.-based Cyclone Bicycle Supply for distribution throughout North America.
"Partnering with Cyclone was a no-brainer for us; they have the logistic channels, the account base and shipping location for quick retail fulfillment," said Mat Brown, North American sales for Marzocchi USA.
"Marzocchi is a great brand with a long and storied history in mountain bike suspension," said Cyclone sales manager Matthew Case. "We are very excited about the opportunity to build relationships, and even introduce their product to some new dealers. Their attention to detail and World Cup level forks are a perfect fit for us."
Cyclone has begun shipping Marzocchi forks and spare parts and can be contacted at info@cyclonebicycle.com or (503) 226-0696

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