Dan Martin, Hollie Avil, Alistair Brownlee and Tim Don pedal in to Cycle Show
Garmin, global leader in personal satellite navigation, is pleased to announce that Dan Martin of Garmin-Transitions pro-cycling team, World Champion triathletes Alistair Brownlee, Hollie Avil and Tim Don will be attending the Earls Court Cycle Show.
Triathlete trio Alistair Brownlee, Tim Don and Hollie Avil will be sprinting on to the Garmin stand during the show to talk training, competition and their love for all things cycle.
Alistair Brownlee, fresh from his outstanding 2009 ITU World Championship Series win, is Britain’s most talked about male triathlete after stage wins in London, Madrid, Washington and Australia’s Gold Coast. He will be signing autographs on Friday 9th October from around 2pm.
One of triathlon’s most colourful competitors, 2006 ITU World Champion, Tim Don will be joining Garmin on Saturday 10th October, along with current ITU U23 World Champion Hollie Avil who, as well as being hotly tipped for London 2012, is also a full time business studies student at Loughborough University.
Dan Martin is one of procycling Team Garmin-Transitions’s climbers and has made an impression this year by coming 2nd overall in the Volta a Catalunya, building upon his win at the Tour of Ireland in 2008.
Dan will be flying the flag for professional cycling at the Garmin stand on Saturday the 10th October from around 3pm, where he will be available for autograph signing and photographs.
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