Arbitrage Racing has recently completed a review of its team structure for the 2015 season and as part of this review process is pleased to announce a new exciting partnership with Specialized Australia. Undoubtedly one of the most recognized brands in cycling today, the partnership between Specialized Australia and Arbitrage Racing is significant as it will see the men’s team riding Specialized bicycles in 2015. The team will be supplied with bicycles, helmets and shoes plus have access to the company’s Body Geometry system. This partnership will see Specialized re-enter the men’s National Road Series peloton for 2015. “After a successful partnership between the Arbitrage Racing Masters Team and Perth Dealer, Ride Advice Cyclery, we are excited to further grow the relationship between Specialized and Arbitrage Racing. We are committed to supporting cycling at every level and look forward to a successful NRS season with the team,” Emily Smith of Specialized Sports Marketing said. “The team shares a number of core values with the Specialized brand and we look forward to sharing in their success through the support of Specialized bikes and equipment.” “We are very excited to be associated with the Specialized brand” team owner Tony Anderson said. “The Specialized product is of an outstanding quality with the worlds greatest teams using their products at some of the highest profile cycling events throughout the world.” Like the Arbitrage Master’s Team, both the men’s and women’s NRS teams will be supported by Perth Specialized dealer, Ride Advice Cyclery. “The partnership between Specialized Australia and Arbitrage Racing is the start of something really exciting for us” Tony Anderson said, “We are really looking forward to growing our brand in Australia and overseas and representing the Specialized Australia brand in all that we do” The review of the Arbitrage Racing structure will see the merging of the two Arbitrage Racing National Road Series men’s teams. The Bianchi DCM Arbitrage and Wormall Civil CCS teams will become one NRS registered team in 2015. Both the men’s and the women’s NRS teams will be known as the Wormall Civil CCS Cycling Team. The Team’s programs will include both selected NRS races plus a short mid-season European campaign. Arbitrage is still working on finalising its rosters for both teams, which will be announced soon. In addition to the Specialized sponsorship, Arbitrage Racing has also secured a three year partnership with Barbagallo Skoda, Wat.Ch Magazine Australia and Horologist, and will soon make another exciting sponsorship announcement for the 2015 season.