Louis Garneau has been involved with cycling his entire life. With 13 years of bike racing around the globe, over 150 victories, and winning the Canadian Championship in individual pursuit, Louis Garneau correlated his career through his passion for cycling.
In the fall of 1983, in his father's garage, Louis Garneau, the president founder and his wife Monique Arsenault, started manufacturing their first cycling clothes. In 1984, after participating in the Los Angeles Olympic Games, the manager-owner decided to leave active competition and turn to business. The couple's extensive experience in cycling made them well aware of cyclists' specific needs and enabled them to develop a range of original and comfortable clothing offered at competitive prices.
Louis Garneau's dedication to cycling can only be matched by his commitment to helping others. From his involvement with fundraising for Little Brothers, Friends of the elderly to his participation in charity events, Louis Garneau embodies the spirit of his words when he says Never Give Up. Please visit the Causes page to see some of the organizations he is proud to support.