Yorkshire-based Planet X are the latest partner to join British Triathlon, supporting the sport and providing a 10% discount to members.
Planet X are an award-winning, employee-owned company that offer a range of bike and outdoor sport equipment from leading brands such as On-One, Titus, Carnac and many more for over 30 years.
The company started life producing dirt jump bikes, before developing the ‘On-One’ brand of mountain bike. In 2005 they designed the world’s first carbon fibre time-trial bar and are one of the leading bike assemblers in the UK.
Through the partnership, British Triathlon Home Nation members are able to access 10% off Planet X’s products, including bikes and bike frames, wheels, tyres, accessories and outdoor sporting equipment.
The discount is available through their Member Area, which members can access here.
British Triathlon members are supported, connected and protected to take part, with partners of the national governing body linking in with this ethos to benefit members across Britain. To find out more about British Triathlon Home Nation membership, please click here.
Andy Salmon, British Triathlon CEO, said: “I’m really excited that we’re able to welcome Planet X as part of British Triathlon. Partnering with brands that match our ambition to encourage more people into multisport and active lifestyles is key to our objectives, with an Official Bike Supplier a real step forwards in allowing us to do this.
“Signing this partnership will help us to support existing members and new members alike to take part in the sport, and I’m really pleased that through Planet X and our other partners, British Triathlon are working to make swim, bike, run as accessible as possible.”
Trevor Parker, Chairman of Planet X, said: “The Team at Planet X are committed to our mission of placing customers at our very core. Many of our customers already participate in triathlon events. I’m delighted to support British Triathlon to encourage more people to get involved with multisports through their swim, bike, run initiative.”