Here's everything we know about the new Decathlon Van Rysel range

Here's everything we know about the new Decathlon Van Rysel range

Since Decathlon dropped its B’Twin label last year, we've seen it launch its comfort-focused Triban range. Following the Triban’s success, the French brand has set its sights on the performance road sector with the Van Rysel — a name that translates to ‘from Lille’ and pays homage to the company’s roots. Nicolas Pierron, Van Rysel brand director, was delighted to showcase the new brand at the Velofollies Cycling Expo in Kortrijk, Belgium earlier this month. He says the company worked alongside retired pro Jean-Christophe Péraud and a passionate team to build the brand from the ground up. The best bike lights for road cycling Top 5 2019 road bike trends “Their experience and passion helped us to create products which meet the requirements of the pros but are accessible for our customers”, said Pierron. With Lille being a cycling haven for many, he explained that it made sense to move ...

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