In 2008, a Belgian native Dany Blondeel was adamant that young Irish cyclists would benefit from experiencing the progressive, intense racing in his homeland. Having witnessed how the Belgian racing system gave cyclists progressive steps and exposure to the professional ranks, they formed The Belgian Project.
His tireless work both promotes our beautiful sport in Ireland and the continent. Riders who have benefited from the Belgian Project include :
Peter Hawkins (Pro from 2012 with Sigma-Specialized GB),Peter Lilley, Phil Bremner, Stuart Henry , Jonny Cole, Adam Rayner, Thomas Martin, Simon Williams, Conor Mc allister, Mark Mc Kinley, Matthew Brennan, Matthew Doyle, Daniel Stewart, Craig McCauley and Marc Pots.
We decided to raise some extra funds to assist the organisation and produced The (stunning) Belgian Project Scarf.
This versatile multifunctional headscarf can be worn as a headband, wristband, mask, hair-band, balaclava, scarf, scrunchie, beanie and bandana. Constructed from a single piece of tubular woven microfibre, it has a highly elastic 4 way stretch Polyester which allows it to be molded into many shapes and styles without feeling compressive.
100% of the sale funds go DIRECT to the Belgian Project. Galibier will pay for production, postage and Vat. The income the project gains from the sale will go to pay for flights and expenses for the riders to assist with their dream of becoming a professional cyclist.
Contact Dany (0044) (0) 7527548234