Inkjet industry cyclists Mark Ritchie (formerly of Xaar), Tim Phillips of IMI Europe and Neil Stickland of Global Inkjet Systems recently put their heads together with a view to widening inkjet and industrial print activities in a more physically active direction.
They are organising a road cycle ride on Friday 18th November 2016, the day after the InPrint show in Milan and hope that other industry cyclists will join in.
The first LinkJet ride will be in the Lake Como area on a pre-planned route of 80 to 100km with a café stop during the ride and some food afterwards. They plan to include the iconic Madonna del Ghisallo climb as part of the route.
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The event will be informal and social with the opportunity to relax, work off any unused exhibition energy and especially have a bit of fun!
If you are interested in joining us or for more details, please contact:
Mark Ritchie email@example.com
Neil Stickland firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Phillips email@example.com