September 02, 2016 (St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC) – The 2016 Eurobike Show, bicycle industry’s leading global trade show, has selected Garneau’s ‘DreamFactory Trilogy Concept’ as the recipient of the Eurobike Award 2016. A panel of judges made the final determination and the winners were announced today in Germany. Close to 1,400 companies exhibit at the Eurobike Show this year.
As a leader in custom apparel, Garneau is the only company able to customize bikes, apparel, and helmets. With no minimum order, the DreamFactory Trilogy Concept enables the customer to be the designer and personalize a complete outfit, helmet, and bicycle for a unique look. Once the customer has solidified the design with Garneau support staff, the apparel is produced and the bikes are hand painted in North America, ensuring high quality craftsmanship.
“The DreamFactory Trilogy Concept allows riders to create the bike and kit of their dreams. You no longer need to be in the pro peloton to have this level of customization. Garneau has always been committed to taking care of the rider, at all levels, and we now bring individual customization to the passionate cyclists of all levels,” remarks Louis Garneau, President – Designer.
The DreamFactory Custom Bike Program offers twenty five colors selections that can be used in three locations on the frame with two clearcoat options, personal identification, country flag, and color-matched Garneau logos. In addition, two helmet styles can be customized with vinyl decals. Garneau’s Custom Apparel Program offers a wide selection of styles for men and women with innovative technology geared towards the athlete’s needs whether for road, triathlon, cyclocross, or mountain bike.
The three programs combined represent the most integrated customization service in the bike industry. Garneau was founded in 1983 by Olympian Louis Garneau who has continuously produced the Olympic kits for the Canadian National Cycling Team since 1984. As part of the company’s DNA, Garneau Custom continues to be made in North America with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.