Cycling superstore, Tredz, announces the launch of the exclusive new AGILIS range, designed by brand ambassador Shane Williams MBE. Starting at just £25 the range features a selection of quality cycling clothing and accessories and is available in store and online from the 10th September.
The launch follows the appointment of Williams as Tredz ambassador for the ‘21 and ‘22 season. Known for being the leading try scorer for Wales on the pitch, Shane now takes his athleticism to the cycling and triathlon stage. Having completed multiple Ironman events, he has even added a Guinness world record for cycling over 700 miles and visiting 50 castles in one week to his long list of achievements through his illustrious sporting career.
The AGILIS collection will consist of a range of sporting and leisure clothes, including jerseys, shorts, t-shirts, and gilets, with prices ranging from £25 to £99. Williams has said that each piece of clothing has been made with both comfort and durability in mind.
To launch the range, Williams will be attending the Tredz store at Swansea Enterprise Park, Llansamlet on Friday 10th September to unveil the exclusive collection and meet with shoppers in person. What’s more, over the next 12 months Shane will be appearing at a range of cycling events and Tredz stores to meet and inspire the cycling community. Alongside the clothing range, AGILIS will also be launching a premium road bike available in-store and online soon.
Rob Keates, Tredz Managing Director said: “Shane is an incredible Welsh athlete, with a passion for cycling, making him the perfect partner for Tredz. We’re excited to be working closely with him over the next 12 months and hope our customers will love the AGILIS range as much as we do.”
Shane WIlliams MBE commented: “I can’t wait to start this new chapter as a Tredz brand ambassador. Cycling has become such an important part of my life and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to help inspire more people – from beginners to experts to move out of their comfort zone and embrace new challenges.”