Maureen Bruno Roy, MM Racing Team Up with Seven Cycles
Arlington, MA: The New England duo of Maureen Bruno Roy and Matt Roy will announce their new team, MM Racing, with a launch party at Wheelworks in Belmont, MA Friday October 3rd from 7-10pm. The MM Racing roster features the duo of Maureen Bruno Roy, two-time podium finisher in the Elite Cyclocross National Championships, winner of the Verge New England and Verge Mid-Atlantic Cyclocross Series, and 2006 US Cyclocross World Championships Team member and Matt Roy, team mechanic and ultracyclist, winner of the Saratoga 12-hour, the Connecticut River Double Century and UMCA Cross-state record holder for Maine North to South.
For the 2008 and 2009 cyclocross seasons, Seven Cycles will be providing Maureen with custom IMX ‘cross bikes. The IMX features a strategic blend of butted titanium and carbon fiber, resulting in a super-lightweight, high-performance ‘cross racer. In regard to her newest sponsor, Maureen said, “I’m so thrilled to be working with Seven. Their attention to detail, professionalism, and passion not only make for amazing bikes but also extends beyond the manufacturing and is truly reflected in the people at Seven Cycles.”
Seven’s marketing director, Jennifer Miller, adds, “All of us at Seven Cycles are excited and proud to have Maureen representing us. She is a strong competitor, possessing a high-degree of professionalism. Equally important, Maureen is friendly and upbeat and is a great ambassador for the sport and her sponsors.”
You can watch Maureen race on her new IMX ‘cross bikes, equipped with SRAM Red, Mavic R-Sys Premium wheels, Michelin tires, Fizik saddles and TRP brakes provided by Cyclocrossworld next weekend at the Erdinger Gran Prix of Gloucester, October 11-12. For more info, go to www.mmracing.org.
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