As part of the sponsorship, Athletic Greens will be the title sponsor of the Pro Road Nationals this spring and will activate at other National Championship events throughout the year.
Athletic Greens (Carson, City, NV) has announced a partnership with USA Cycling for the upcoming 2020/2021 season. The firm recently earned certification from NSF International’s Certified for Sport program, recognizing high quality and transparency in its manufacturing process and ingredients, making them eligible to sponsor professional sports teams and elite athletics.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Athletic Greens into the professional cycling community,” said Rob DeMartini, CEO of USA Cycling, in a press release. “Success at the highest level of our sport typically comes down to marginal gains an athlete can make. Therefore, being able to support our athletes with Athletic Greens has the potential to make these gains a reality. The peace of mind that comes from knowing these riders will be supported throughout their training, no matter their nutritional needs, is immeasurable.”
“We are incredibly excited to partner with the USA Cycling team and help this great nation’s best perform at their highest level,” said Chris Ashenden, Athletic Greens founder, in a press release. “As a team, we are proud that USA Cycling has not only recognized the quality and efficacy of our products in assisting their top athletes, but also our shared commitment to helping to inspire the wider community to live healthier and more active lives.”
Athletic Greens, which contains 75 vitamins, minerals and whole food-sourced ingredients, is the first-ever supplement sponsor of USA Cycling. As part of the sponsorship, Athletic Greens will be the title sponsor of the Pro Road Nationals this spring and will activate at other National Championship events throughout the year. Additionally, the USA Cycling National Team will ride in Athletic Greens branded jerseys in all international competitions and next month will announce USA Cycling team athletes as Athletic Green ambassadors.