Brother UK extends it’s sponsorship for the Spring Classics

Voxwomen are delighted to announce Brother UK will once again be sponsoring our coverage of the Spring Classics season in 2019.

Last season, support from Brother UK saw us reporting live from the heart of the peloton at some of the biggest races in the UCI Women’s World Tour calendar including Tour of Flanders, Strade Bianche, Fleche Wallonne and Gent Wevelgem.

In 2019, the team will be back at the forefront of the Spring Classics coverage, interviewing riders pre-and-post race, providing up-to-the-minute race updates on Twitter and posting photos and videos of all the action.

Managing Director Phil Jones MBE commented: “After a hard winter’s training, the Spring Classics offer early signs of form and the first serious statements of intent from riders seeking to leave an impression on the new season. Building upon our successful 2018 sponsorship, Brother UK are again delighted to be working with Voxwomen to bring updates to fans from the most important races of a hugely significant period in the cycling calendar.”

Brother UK has become a mainstay in cycling over the last seven years. The technology giant, with UK headquarters in Manchester since 1968, is now a strong presence at the biggest races on the domestic calendar and thanks to their sponsorship of Voxwomen, around the world. Look our for #AtYourSide and #Brother4Results on social media, straplines used to embody Brother UK’s impact on the racing scene.

Voxwomen founder Anthony McCrossan said: “Our aim at Voxwomen has always been to bring fans as close to women’s cycling as possible. In 2018 we achieved a lot. One of the most engaged parts of the season was our coverage of the classics season, which was enabled by Brother UK as a partner of our results and race service. We are really pleased that they have decided to sponsor this coverage again. So watch out for the Voxwomen team at all the classics in 2019!”

Our Spring Classics coverage will begin at Strade Bianche in Italy in early March, the first race of the UCI WWT in 2019.

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