(Concord, North Carolina) – Kask America, one of the world’s leading helmet manufacturers, has added Henry Hugenbuch to its impressive list of sponsored athletes and teams. Henry Hagenbuch has been a professional triathlete since 2010. Since then, he has been fine-tuning his swimming and biking and getting ready for 2012 season. ”I’m excited to be a part of the Kask Helmets team for 2012! They make some really awesome stuff!,” said Henry Hugenbuch. For more information on Henry Hugenbuch, please visit his website at www.gohhgo.com
KASK Helmets is set to make a colorful impact on the the 2012 NRC Season with Vanderkitten-Focus Women’s Cycling. KASK America is the North American branch of Kask S.r.l., an Italian company that specializes in developing, designing, and manufacturing of safety helmets of the highest quality. In every field of application KASK helmets are at the forefront, be it cycling, downhill skiing, ski touring, mountaineering, climbing, rescue or work safety. Safety Equipment market -leader KASK, will add to its sponsorship of UCI Pro Team SKY Pro Cycling and UCI Continental Team Exergy by partnering with the Berkeley, California based Vanderkitten-Focus.
Vanderkitten-Focus athletes, including New Zealand U23 Champion Emily Collins, rising US talent Maura Kinsella and pixie sprinter Starla Teddergreen will exclusively wear KASK helmets, including the “Vertigo”, “K-10 Dieci” and new for 2012 “Mojito” in KASK’s attractive colors with limited edition schemes designed by Vanderkitten. In Time Trials the riders will benefit from the K-31 Chrono.
“Kask America was looking for an established high visibility forward thinking women’s cycling team to add to our sponsorship program. When the opportunity to work with Jono Coulter, Dave Verrecchia and Team Vanderkitten-Focus was presented to us we felt that this team fit exactly what we were looking for.” says Kask America Sales Manager, Marc Katz “we are excited to be able to offer Vanderkitten-Focus our full range of customized helmets protecting the team with safety and style.”
KASK’s perfectly ergonomic helmets, produced entirely in Italy, were developed to fit the needs of world’s top athletes, and therefore ensure the wearer unparalleled comfort even in the most rigorous circumstances.“Vanderkitten Athletics is delighted to be working in conjunction with KASK America. Not only does KASK represent the finest Italian quality and craftsmanship, but the helmets are sleek, functional and conform to the highest safety standards” says Vanderkitten-Focus director, Jono Coulter “Plus Vanderkitten creator Dave Verrecchia jumped at the chance to add Ophelia Vanderkitten to the brilliant colour schemes featured in the KASK range”.
KASK helmets with Limited Edition Vanderkitten designs will be available exclusively on the www.kaskhelmets.com and www.vanderkitten.com websites early in 2012.
All KASK products are 100% made in Italy and passed through the most rigorous safety and quality tests of the KASK’s distinctive CSD Project – Comfort-Safety-Design. All KASK’s exclusive designs and product features implemented in the helmet collections are absolutely innovative, proprietary and protected by numerous patents.
Donelson, 36, was also the fastest amateur female at the XTERRA USA Championship at Utah in September. Originally from Australia, she now works as a personal trainer in Colorado.
She has another lofty goal for 2012 – turning professional. “I still need to improve my swim and my run, but I definitely want to try and see what it’s like,” she said. For more information about Tamara Donelson, please visit her website at www.donelsoncoaching.com