Improve your performance and join a good cause – CeramicSpeed teams up with MORE Than Sport


MORE Than Sport - the global brand for good in sport- has teamed up with CeramicSpeed for a limited edition release of the MORE Than Sport Oversized Pulley Wheel System seen in Kona this year.

As the cornerstone of the partnership, the purchase of every MORE Than Sport OSPW System, will provide a family in need with a stove. Each stove will provide permanent solutions for better health, an improved living environment and opportunities to create lasting change.

We could not be more thrilled to welcome CeramicSpeed to the team. They have an authentic belief in MORE Than Sports mission to help athletes harness the power of sport to create lasting change.” says Chris Lieto, Founder of MORE Than Sport. “The impact a stove can have is extraordinary and life changing. Providing the opportunity to cook with clean fuel leads to less smoke and better health for the individuals in the household. Additional environmental and economic improvements can be seen almost immediately.”

At CeramicSpeed, our work is driven by a simple fact – we believe that cycling is more than a sport and that it can change lives” said Martin Banke, Managing Director, CeramicSpeed. “When we heard about MORE Than Sport, it seemed like the perfect chance to invite our community to take action and make an impact not only on their bike performance, but also on the life conditions of families in need. Many professional athletes in Kona this year, such as Tim Don, Jodie Swallow, Frederik Van Lierde, Åsa Lundström chose to race on the MORE Than Sport Oversized Pulley Wheel System. We hope that more and more riders, both professional and amateurs, will join us in this journey of good will. Whenever they purchase a CeramicSpeed MORE Than Sport Limited Edition OSPW System, they will donate 40% of the product price to the charity project organized by More Than Sport. It gives us pleasure to combine our passion for cycling with a higher purpose, making an impact on so many lives.”

 

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