Pedro's Back in the Toolbox at Garmin-Transitions

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WILMINGTON, Mass. – Today Pedro’s announced its return to the UCI ProTour peloton as the supplier of tools and high-performance, environmentally-responsible lubricants, cleaners and degreasers to the Garmin-Transitions team. Pedro’s has been a partner with parent company, Slipstream Sports, since its inception; Garmin-Transitions continues to be an important development partner for the tool and lube brand.

“Since this team’s beginnings, Pedro’s has been a strong supporter,” said Jonathan Vaughters, team CEO and director sportif. “Garmin-Transitions appreciates the fact that we have the best-maintained bicycles in the peloton using products that respect all that surrounds us while we’re racing.”

Head mechanic Inaki Goiburu continued, “For our mechanics, Pedro’s is important, as we are in the pits more than 100 days a year. To have both the best tools and fluids available, and have them be stuff that we can safely work with every day is awesome. Getting the results we demand without dangerous chemicals is actually quite rewarding.”


“We’ve been involved in pro road racing since the beginning, more than twenty years, and we haven’t had a stronger or more professional relationship than the one with Garmin-Transitions. The input from the mechanics and riders is forthright and insightful and a critical guide to future development,” offered Christopher Zigmont, Pedro’s CEO.

To learn more about the products used by Garmin-Transitions and other professional mechanics, visit pedros.com.

About Pedro’s:
Pedro’s is a Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA-based supplier of high quality bicycle tools, lubricants and care products created with a focus on sustainability. Pedro’s is the official tool and lube partner to the Garmin-Transitions Pro Cycling Team and the LUNA Women’s Professional Cycling Team. Pedro’s products have been helping elite champions reach the podium and commuters reach the office since 1989.

About the author: Thien Dinh

Thien Dinh gained most his cycling knowledge the old fashioned way, by immersing himself in the sport. From 2007 to early 2013, Thien served as RoadBikeReview Site Manager, riding daily while putting various cycling products through its paces. A native of California, Thien also enjoys tinkering with photography and discovering new music.


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