Urbanfrog poised to break cycle of unstylish bike gear

Angie McMenamin turned the disappointment of being made redundant last year into an opportunity to work on a project that had been close to her heart for quite awhile.

27th November, 2010

Angie McMenamin turned the disappointment of being made redundant last year into an opportunity to work on a project that had been close to her heart for quite awhile.

After working for more than a decade in banking, she changed career completely and a new Irish active wear brand, Urbanfrog, was born.

‘‘My friend Viv and I cycled to work every day, and we were very aware of the shortage of stylish cycling clothes for...

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