Lévis, Quebec, and Burnaby, British Columbia, August 3, 2012– Lambert, the leading pan-Canadian product distributor for the bicycle andrunning industries, announced today the addition of Catlike helmets to itsproduct portfolio.
Headquartered in Yecla, in southern Spain, Catlike hasforged an international presence with Shenzhen Catlike Helmets in Asia and theCatlike USA Corporation in the United States. The brand is distributed in morethan 50 countries, across 5 continents, and is well known worldwide for itsquality products manufactured in its own factories in Spain and China. Founded16 years ago, Catlike is a passionate brand recognized by cyclists for itsinnovation and unique designs. Catlike’s products have a strong style identity,and both athletes and sports lovers know that each product is carefullydesigned for their specific needs. Collaborations with top professional teams,such as Movistar Team and the Exergy TWENTY12 team, enable Catlike to develophigh-performance products by testing helmets in the most extreme conditions.
“We are very proud to add Catlike to our product portfolio.This addition improves our helmet offerings to Canadian IBDs and reinforces ourposition in the helmet category,” explained André Trudeau, Product Director atLambert.
Pepe del Ramo, Catlike’s CEO, said, “We are really excitedto work with Lambert, Canada’s premier product distributor for the bicycleindustry. Catlike’s 2013 collection presents innovative technologies and fournew models. Mixino is the new high end of the collection and will set the newindustry standard. Lambert will be carrying the complete range of Catlikeproducts, and we look forward to growing our business in Canada with them.”
Lambert is a leading pan-Canadian distributor of world-classproducts for the bicycle and running industries. The company distributes toover 2,000 retailers across the country. Lambert has offices in Quebec andBritish Columbia and employs over 120 people, all with a strong passion foreverything sports. For more information, visit cycleslambert.com.
Source: Annie Roberge / Lambert