ZOCA, a San Diego based manufacturer of custom high-performance cycling apparel, has announce its partnership with the USA Paralympics Cycling National Team. The United States Olympic Committee has named ZOCA an official supplier of the USA Paralympic Cycling National Team.
With an eye for detail and a dedication to quality, ZOCA’s garments are created with only top-performing technical fabrics and tested by a team of local athletes. Along with an extensive background in designing and manufacturing athletic apparel, ZOCA is proudly made in the United States.
“Being an American made brand, we are honored to have the opportunity to outfit a great American team that will compete on an international level,” says ZOCA’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Samantha Edwardes.
Team USA was the best in the world in 2013. After winning a total of 19 medals, Team USA finished No. 1 in medal count at the 2013 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships.
The agreement between ZOCA and the U.S. Paralympics Cycling National Team is the first of its kind. Team USA’s custom-made cycling kits will be revealed in March at the U.S Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista and they will be worn for competition for the first time at the 2014 Para-cycling Track World Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico April 10-13.
Above Photo – ZOCA’s CEO Jorge Linss and Olympic Medalist Nelson Vails at the 2013 Interbike.
Photo by SoCalCycling.com