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Wolf Tooth Components Signs an Exclusive Distribution Agreement with Outdoor Gear Canada

Published February 5, 2024

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Montreal, QC: Wolf Tooth Components has signed an exclusive multi-year distribution agreement with Outdoor Gear Canada (OGC) for the Canadian market.

OGC is now taking orders for Wolf Tooth Components products and will have inventory on hand by the end of February. Wolf Tooth Components will be stocked at OGC’s Montreal and Vancouver warehouses.

Joel Fortin, OGC’s Wolf Tooth Components Brand Manager said: “We are tremendously excited to be adding Wolf Tooth Components to our line-up of premium brands. Wolf Tooth’s products and manufacturing standards are impressive, to say the least. We couldn't imagine a better brand to partner with.

Sales Director Michael Pederson said: "Wolf Tooth designs and manufactures components, tools, and accessories to make bikes faster, lighter, and more versatile. Canada represents one of our largest markets outside the United States. OGC has a long history representing premium brands in the cycling industry and they are the perfect distributor to help us expand our business with Canadian cyclists”.

About Wolf Tooth Components

Wolf Tooth is a bicycle accessories and components company built on the foundation of innovative engineering and precision design. Founded in 2013, Wolf Tooth began with chainrings and has since expanded to headsets, tools, soft goods, pedals, seatpost clamps, grips, and other accessories. Wolf Tooth launched Otso Cycles with the purpose of building versatile, performance-first bicycles in 2016. With an emphasis on local manufacturing, Wolf Tooth designs, engineers, manufactures, assembles, and packaged products from the Wolf Tooth machine shop in Minnesota, USA.

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