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RoadStarz interviews a host of guests at the Rouleur Classic

Published 5th December 2019

In this special episode of the RoadStarz podcast, Nic Tilling interviews a host of guests at the 2019 Rouleur Classic in London.  The Rouleur Classic – first launched in 2015 – is an event which seeks to celebrate the very best in road cycling – with an exhibition, gallery space and theatre for on-stage interviews. […]

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Behind the scenes at Rouleur Classic with Laura Winters

Published 5th December 2019

Voxwomen Insider powered by Rawvelo host Laura Winter chats with ultra cyclist, Emily Chappell, the voice of radio tour, Seb Piquet and Dave Rayner Fund’s Jos Ryan with funded riders Isabella Stone and Rachel Jary as they chat about their new charitable status. Listen to the podcast below:

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Who was Dave Rayner?

Published 4th December 2019

Better known now for the organisation set up in his name to support young riders, following his tragic death 25 years ago, Tom Southam tells the story of Dave Rayner’s life. This article was written by Tom Southam for Rouleur. You can read the original article here. It is completely natural to remember people in […]

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The Rayner Foundation, the Rouleur Classic and looking forward to the Gala Dinner

Published 8th November 2019

From our Special Correspondent George Jary who joined the Team at the Rouleur Classic… Now deep into the offseason most riders are gradually getting back on their bikes after some hard earned rest but behind the scenes at the Rayner Foundation the team are building into the busiest time of the year. After doing the […]

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Win a pair of tickets to the Rouleur Classic – Donate today

Published 22nd October 2019

The Dave Rayner Fund, which works to enable young cyclists from all backgrounds to further their career in the sport, has been awarded charitable status by the Charity Commission, and will now be known as The Rayner Foundation. The charity is named in memory of Dave Rayner, a professional cyclist who was one of the […]

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Stuart Balfour – World Road Championships Breakaway Driver

Published 22nd October 2019

This article was posted to Velo Veritas. You can read the original article here. Perhaps it was the ‘Scottish’ weather at Harrogate which made the Scots perform so well at the recent World Road Championships? Anna Shackley was 12th in the Junior Ladies Road Race; Alfie George 7th in the Junior Road race and VeloVeritas regular, Stuart Balfour spent much of his u23 Championship ‘up the road’ to […]

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Dave Rayner Fund Awarded Charitable Status

Published 16th October 2019

The Dave Rayner fund, which works to enable young cyclists from all backgrounds to further their career in the sport, has been awarded charitable status by the Charity Commission, and will now be known as The Rayner Foundation.

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George Jary journal: Emerging Adulthood – The Boy Who Went To Spain

Published 3rd October 2019

This article was posted to British Continental. You can read the original article here. Rider journals: George Jary #6 George Jary and three other riders are keeping rider journals for The British Continental this season. George is funded by the Dave Rayner Fund and races for the Eiser Hirumet team in Spain. In his final journal entry, George looks […]

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Stuart Balfour: On these worlds, we will fight on our lands

Published 20th September 2019

This article has been translated from the original French, written by Be Celt. You can read the original article here. At the age of 22, Scotland’s Stuart Balfour (Cotes d’Armor Marie Morin Veranda Rideau) will start his first world championship under the colors of the British national team. Winner of the GP of Plouay in […]

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Rainbow dreams: Jake Stewart interview

Published 18th September 2019

19-year-old Groupama-FDJ Continental rider speaks about his season, his recovery from injury and his world championship hopes This article was written by The British Continental. You can read the original article here. 19-year-old Jake Stewart is one of our under-23 riders to watch this season. He quickly set about proving why this year with some impressive early […]

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