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Rider journals: introducing George Jary

Published 25th January 2019

This article was originally publish on The British Continental Our second rider journals ‘signing’ is 21-year-old George Jary. George hails from south London. He got into cycling through Velo Club Londres, a club that has had many a promising rider come through its ranks, including Ethan Hayter, Fred Wright and Jacob Vaughan. Supported by the […]

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U23 rider to watch: Jake Stewart interview

Published 21st January 2019

This article was originally posted on The British Continental. You can read the original here. Just 19 years of age, Jake Stewart is one of the brightest cycling prospects in the world. A strong sprinter and classics rider who can also get over short climbs well, he has the versatility to win on a wide range of terrain. […]

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U23 rider to watch: Adam Hartley interview

Published 14th January 2019

This article was originally posted on The British Continental. You can read the original here. Adam Hartley had a breakthrough year last season and is one of our U23 riders to watch in 2019. In just his second year as a U23 rider, he competed with some of the best young climbers in the world to finish eighth overall […]

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James Golding has learnt to negotiate with the impossible on his journey to challenge the best in the Race Across America

Published 8th January 2019

This article was originally written by Rob Kemp for RSNG. You can read the original here.     This man is no stranger to extraordinary challenges. At 28 James Golding was diagnosed with cancer and given a less than 5% chance of surviving emergency surgery. He endured potentially lethal chemotherapy and began ‘giving something back’ […]

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The Dave Rayner Fund 2019 Riders

Published 7th January 2019

The Dave Rayner Fund is pleased to be able to reveal the names of those riders that will be supported during the season of 2019. A total of 30 riders will live and race abroad for various teams in Europe.   THE STATISTICS 30 Riders consisting of 23 Male and 7 Female 12 are 1st […]

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Pioneer Brian Robinson honoured for lifetime achievement at Cycling Weekly Awards

Published 18th December 2018

This article was originally written for Cycling Weekly. You can read the original and see a video of Brian Robinson by clicking here. British cycling pioneer Brian Robinson has been honoured for his lifetime achievement at the inaugural Cycling Weekly Awards in association with Garmin. Robinson has dedicated himself to cycling both on and off the […]

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Stuart Balfour – Dave Rayner Fund ‘Rider of the Year’

Published 12th December 2018

This article was originally posted on VeloVeritas. The original article can be read here. Our track boys’ and girls’ terrific Commonwealth Games, World Cup and Worlds performances apart, the ride of the year by a Scot on the road was Stuart Balfour’s win in the supporting u23 race to the GP Ouest France Plouay, one […]

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The Dave Rayner Fund Dinner 2018 – Video

Published 15th November 2018

Kindly provided by CycleVox

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Eiser-Hirumet faces the 2019 season with a team of 20 cyclists

Published 14th November 2018

This post has been translated from the original Spanish. Read the original article here. This past weekend the Eiser-Hirumet team has descended on the Urkiola natural park, an idyllic mountain area with a great meaning to cyclists, to start its 4th season in the elite and under-23 category. This is a project that serves to […]

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The Dave Rayner Fund Dinner 2018 – In Pictures

Published 13th November 2018

Photos from the Dave Rayner Dinner 2018 are now available to view and download! We’d like to thank everyone who attended and had a fantastic evening with our guests and sponsors.     Click below to view the photos taken by Simon Wilkinson. To download photos, use the password DRF2018.   View the photos here

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