Cycling Sports Group has appointed Henning Schroeder to the role of Global VP of Product, placing him at the helm of development projects.
An eleven-year veteran of the company, Henning has steered the development of a number of award winning Cannondale bikes, including the EVO, Scalpel SI, Slate and Quick.
Meanwhile, CSG has also promoted David Guzik to Global VP Engineering and Brian Immel to Global VP Marketing. David has been with CSG for two years and is a 17-year veteran of the industry, during which time he spent the majority of his career at Trek. Brian has been with CSG for five years, leading marketing for Cannondale.
“Product innovation continues to be our number one priority for Cycling Sports Group. It’s what we’re known for and why consumers demand our bikes,” said Peter Woods, President & CEO, Dorel Sports. “We launched our MY17 Cannondale product line to excellent reviews around the world, in large part because of the contributions of Henning, David and Brian and their teams. I’m thrilled to appoint them to leadership roles across all of CSG to bring to bear their expertise and passion for our business.”
The news comes in tandem with Scott Rittschof’s decision to leave his Global Marketing and Product Development role at the end of the month.
“Scott led the CSG product and marketing teams during an important time in the industry and I’d like to thank him for his contributions. We wish him all the best in his future plans,” said Woods.