Premium cycling apparel brand Café du Cycliste, based in Nice on the Côte d'Azur, has been named in the Financial Times FT1000, the list of top-growth companies in Europe. The brand has been producing technical and stylish gear for male and female cyclists since 2009, with the addition of an off-bike collection for outdoor adventures in 2017. Café du Cycliste offers products for every moment, from summer road riding jerseys to swimwear to backpacks, all crafted with exclusive fabrics, performance technology and signature French style.
With headquarters in Nice, offices in London and stores in Nice and Mallorca, the brand was also named last month in Les Echos ‘Champions de la Croissance’, which ranks the 500 French fastest growing companies. The strong growth of 163% between 2017 and 2021 is explained by the company's efforts on delivering unique performance garments for cyclists and outdoor lovers in an industry that has been experiencing a boom since 2020.
Creative Director and co-founder Rémi Clermont says: “It’s been an incredible journey to see the brand growing since André and myself started it back in 2009. I’m proud of our team of fervent cyclists at Café du Cycliste, each one of them sharing their expertise to deliver the best apparel and accessories for cyclists and adventurers. Being listed in these publications is a milestone for us and I’m excited to see what’s to come next.”
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