Friday, August 12, 2022

Jo Tindley joins team Pro-Noctis off the bike as well as on

Jo Tindley, perhaps best known as part of the elite women’s cycling team Pro-Noctis- Red Chilli Bikes-Heidi Kjeldsen has become the latest recruit for team Pro-Noctis as she joins the human performance specialist company as Brand Ambassador and Performance Consultant.
Jo is one of the most experienced riders in the British Peloton and was recently crowned British Champion, having won the National Circuit Championships in her hometown of Lincoln.
Jo brings with her a wealth of elite performance experience, and having reached out to Pro-Noctis during her campaign for the National title, Jo has first-hand experience of the importance of mindset, and self-belief in achieving your goals.
Phil Kelly, Pro-Noctis Managing Director said: “Jo epitomises our values of taking performance to the next level, and with first-hand experience of working with us and achieving amazing results, she is the perfect ambassador for our team.”
Jo Tindley, Pro-Noctis Brand Ambassador and Performance Consultant said:” I am looking forward to working with the team. I learnt so much this season off the bike, about my motivations and the power of self-belief in performance. Through working with Pro-Noctis I was able to take my performance to the next level, and I hope to inspire others to also achieve their goals.”
Jo will join fellow Cyclist and Olympic Champion Ed Clancy as a Brand Ambassador for Pro-Noctis, as the company embarks upon a year of exciting developments.

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