WyndyMilla is moving into the fast lane this year by teaming up with Sahara Force India Formula One Team. The custom cycle specialists will supply equipment to be used by the race drivers, mechanics and engineers.
A range of WyndyMilla bikes will be based at the team’s Silverstone HQ alongside a fleet of travelling bikes to be used at Grand Prix events allowing the race team to keep up fitness training while on the road.
WyndyMilla’s experts will also design bespoke cycle clothing and equipment to be used by Sahara Force India employees as well as offering fitness seminars and advice.
To celebrate the start of this relationship, WyndyMilla are creating limited edition Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon personalised #11 and #31 bikes.
Otmar Szafnauer, Chief Operating Officer of Sahara Force India: “Our association with WyndyMilla is great news for everybody at Sahara Force India. The popularity of cycling continues to grow and it’s fantastic to be able to give our staff access to the latest technology from one of the world’s leading cycle brands.”
Henry Furniss, Director at WyndyMilla: “We are delighted to be working with Sahara Force India to support the team’s fitness programmes in 2017. We will supply our best kit to help keep staff active throughout the busy F1 season and offer advice on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We love the spirit and attitude of the team and applaud their efforts to take the fight to the top teams in the sport. The resolve and work ethic of the team captures perfectly the WyndyMilla spirit.”
WyndyMilla are the new kids on the block of British custom bicycle building and two-wheeled haute couture. Since 2009 we’ve been using fresh ideas to challenge and disrupt the status quo of cycling’s established order in the pursuit of the ultimate service, aesthetic perfection and unrivalled speed. Our made to measure bikes are designed, painted and built in England’s Surrey Hills, with our frames and technical cycling clothing lovingly hand made to the millimetre by artisan craftsmen just outside Venice, Italy. It's like bicycle Savile Row!