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MRP hires Rob Aguero as manager of sales and business development

Published April 16, 2018

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (BRAIN) — Mountain Racing Products has hired industry veteran Rob Aguero to its sales team. Aguero has previously worked for Pivot Cycles, Reynolds Cycling, and Magura USA in various sales and marketing-focused roles. He will serve as manager of sales and business development.

The company said Aguero will focus on further accelerating MRP's North American aftermarket sales growth and expanding its OEM presence.

"I look forward to having Rob as part of our sales team. We are seeing a lot of growth right now and want to make sure that we are not only driving that growth but are also focused on creating the most value for our current and future customers. Rob's experience and his natural talents will not only strengthen our internal team, but also increase the level of collaboration that we can provide to our customers. It's a fun time to be part of MRP and I am excited to work with Rob," said Tim Fry, the president and owner of MRP.

"I've known Rob for over a decade and I'm over the moon that we'll now be working together to take MRP to the next level," said MRP's brand manager Noah Sears. "The suspension side of the business has been going gangbusters since the launch of the Ribbon fork and got a healthy shot in the arm following the "Suspension Product of the Year" Award we received from Pinkbike in December. To only say I'm excited by the prospect of what Rob's talents and connections hold for the line's sales potential is a gross understatement."

Aguero said, "Both the team and products at MRP are highly respected in the industry and I feel privileged and excited to be a part of it all. I'm looking forward to meeting MRP's customers and fans this week at the Sea Otter Classic and getting to know the full staff in Grand Junction in the coming weeks." 

Mountain Racing Products owns and produces MRP mountain bike drivetrain and suspension products, Kreitler Rollers, Tamer seatposts, and Power Grips pedal systems.

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