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Minneapolis Shop Holds Launch for Foundry

Published November 22, 2011

BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN)—Foundry Cycles will unveil a nationwide promotional campaign at a launch party Dec. 1. Angry Catfish, a Minneapolis bike shop, will host the event, where Foundry will offer up for demo its Router mountain bike, Auger ‘cross bike and Ratchet road bike.

“I can’t share details right now, but if you ride a lot, you’ll want to know about this,” said brand manager Jason Grantz about the campaign. “It’s a chance for a few passionate cyclists to get to know Foundry first hand.”

Grantz will introduce the new carbon bike brand based in Bloomington and describe features of the bike line. QBP’s advocacy director Gary Sjoquist, members of the International Mountain Biking Association and Bikes Belong, and QBP president Steve Flagg also plan to attend. Quality Bicycle Products is Foundry’s parent company.

Foundry framesets and complete bikes become available at IBDs in December.

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