The business office of the New Zealand Embassy in Spain hosted an event in Madrid last week in which three leading sports technology and equipment projects focused strongly on innovation and sustainability.
At the event, two luxury ambassadors, such as the Olympic and Copa America sailors, were present: Peter Burling and Duke of Blair. Regarded by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) as the two best sailors in the world, these two New Zealand athletes have won three Olympic medals, six World Championships and two wins in the last two editions of Copa America (2017 and 2021).
On this occasion Burling and Duke sponsored three Kiwi projects:
–UBCO 2×2 adventure . It is the 2×2 electric motorcycle, unique and unique in the market for its two-wheeler-like stability and commitment to its technical characteristics. Recordable and ready for adventure, its use on and off the road can be used not only to focus on country roads but also on the road and in urban areas.
–Bike Kids Ride Shotgun It is aimed at mothers and fathers with children under 2 and 5 years of age
Enjoy mountain biking with a series of innovative standard parts that allow little ones to participate in adult activities. The embracing saddle and handle for mountain bikes are two features in its wide range of accessories to customize its use.
-Water bike Monta5With Foil Made of carbon fiber, it is a perfect example of the essence of the country, a future bicycle that will walk on water using the technology of America’s Cup Catamarans.
Innovation and consistency go hand in hand with a vague New Zealand brand in this product.
The event was attended by the New Zealand Ambassador to Spain. Nigel Fife; New Zealand Business Office Consultant, Elena Arduo; And Tom Stevens, Business consultant at the New Zealand Business Office in Spain, as well as brand representatives.
On the other hand, Burling and Duke collaborated to create the Live Ocean Foundation, Who work
Environmental protection of the oceans.
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