Bristol-based bikepacking brand Tailfin has appointed James Bracey, former Senior Tech Writer at Cycling Weekly, as their Head of Marketing.
Having worked in a variety of roles within the cycling media and IBDs, Bracey brings a wealth of experience to the team as the brand takes the next step in increasing global awareness of the brand.
Bracey said: “I’ve long been a fan of Tailfin and its innovative approach to designing products that simply work better than anything else on the market, and am super excited to be joining the team and be able to help the brand become the dominant force it deserves to be.”
Nick Broadbent, Tailfin Founder said: “We feel incredibly lucky to have James onboard”
“His knowledge, personality and passion are exactly what we have been searching for. Having worked in a wide cross section of the bike industry he brings more than just PR and marketing skills. With the team we now have in place and the products we are set to launch in 2021, we’re incredibly excited about where Tailfin is going”, he added.
Launched in 2016, Tailfin design and manufacture some of the world’s finest Technical Bikepacking Equipment, including the recently launched Tailfin AeroPack – a radical rethink on traditional seat packs. The brand has also recent