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Hi Guys, Bobby from 7mesh here. I am starting a regular newsletter to keep our retail partners update
 

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January 31 · Issue #1 · View online
A weekly newsletter with key updates from 7mesh

Hi Guys,
Bobby from 7mesh here. I am starting a regular newsletter to keep our retail partners updated on all key business and company updates. I’ll cover topics including brand and product updates, trip reports, dealer visits and other content we find interesting. I hope you enjoy it. Please reply and let me know if there is anything else you want to hear about!

Dealer visits, New Athletes, Custom(ish) Program, France Trip
Last week Richard and Danny from Always Riding visited us in Squamish. Always Riding is a UK based web partner of 7mesh. We chatted about brands, the state of online retail, digital ecosystems and our new FW 18 range (more on all of this soon). Visit their site if you want to view one of the leading platforms for cycling content and online merchandizing.
Next time any of you are in the area be sure to stop in! We know where to find baked goods and, despite how weird and ancient our espresso machine looks in this picture, I can assure you it makes an amazing coffee.
Clockwise from left to right (starting at top) Richard, Danny, Me, and Steph.

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Provence Trip
7mesh did a quick 3-day trip to Provence with our retail partner Basecamp. Our primary goal was discovering new routes around one of the most iconic and well-ridden cycling regions in the world. It’s not an easy thing to do or an easy time of year to do it!  The highlight for me was reaching the top of Mt. Ventoux after dark with a temperate of -12 Celsius.  The views were pretty amazing but we still had a daunting 25km descent ahead of us. We’ll have a full trip report on our site soon.
Ventoux in the top right
Ventoux in the top right
The Falaise de la Madeleine in Lioux, France. This is a 2 kilometer ridge of Limestone that slowly meanders all of the way down to the valley below
The Falaise de la Madeleine in Lioux, France. This is a 2 kilometer ridge of Limestone that slowly meanders all of the way down to the valley below
Angus riding through a forest 20km north of Apt, France
Angus riding through a forest 20km north of Apt, France
Semi-Custom Program for Fall 2018
As many of you may know, we are investigating a full custom jersey and bib program. Until this point, we have done very limited custom runs of jerseys and bibs. In fact, we’ve only done it for two customers, Rocky Mountain Bicycles and Pedalhead Road Works. Some of you have requested custom clothing from us and we are working hard to find a solution. Currently we are offering semi-custom branding of select styles found in the pdf found below. Certain styles are available for immediate delivery, but be sure to let us know if you want to add any of these to your FW18 order. 
You can download a pdf of the custom program here: FW Custom
Athletes
Alchemy Bikes has entered the EWS for 2018. They’ve started a factory team with Anneke Beerten and Cody Kelley, and 7mesh will be the official outerwear sponsor. Look for Anneke and Cody to be riding in some 7mesh gear (and maybe a few prototypes) for the 2018 season. 

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If you guys have any questions, comments or feedback please do not hesitate to reach out. Thanks for reading!
Bobby
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