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Break on through: Joe Sutton interview

Published 4th September 2019

The 22-year-old Richardsons-Trek rider talks to us about his breakthrough 2019 This article was written by The British Continental. You can read the original article here. One of the breaththrough elite riders of the domestic season has been Richardsons-Trek rider Joe Sutton. The 22-year-old moved to the British elite team Richardsons-Trek this year after two seasons […]

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Tour de l’Avenir: Dave Rayner rider Stuart Balfour’s diary of triumph and disaster in France for the GB team

Published 2nd September 2019

This article was posted by Stuart Balfour, a Dave Rayner-funded rider, for Allez! Allez! Cycling Club. Read the original post here. The first stage started with a surprisingly relaxed start. Everyone was prepared for a long old fight for the break, but after two guys got up the road everyone was happy just to let […]

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The Greatest: The Times and Life of Beryl Burton

Published 27th August 2019

A prolific world and national champion on road and track, whose career lasted more than 25 years, Beryl Burton dominated women’s racing in the UK during the 1960s and 1970s, taking almost 100 national titles. She not only spoke out for equality in cycle racing but also challenged stereotypes by the way she rode: she […]

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On the up: Adam Hartley interview

Published 9th August 2019

The Dave Rayner Fund rider on his season so far, his outstanding Giro Valle d’Aosta performance and his ambitions for the rest of the year This article was written by The British Continental. You can read the original article here. Adam Hartley is one our U23 riders to watch in 2019. With his recent second place overall […]

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The dreaded sickness – Harrison Wood

Published 23rd July 2019

This blog post was written by Harrison Wood, a new rider funded by the Dave Rayner Fund for 2019. You can read the original post here. My most recent blog is all about my most latest race at Giro Valle D’Aosta. For those of you who do not know, Valle D’Aosta is known for being […]

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George Jary journal: Mission Beaujolais

Published 16th July 2019

This article was posted to British Continental. You can read the original article here. Rider journals: George Jary #5 George Jary and three other riders are keeping rider journals for The British Continental this season. George, 22, is funded by the Dave Rayner Fund and races for the Eiser Hirumet team in Spain. This is George’s fifth journal entry. In […]

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Jake Wright: Catch Up

Published 5th July 2019

This blog post was written by Jake Wright, a new rider funded by the Dave Rayner Fund for 2019. You can read the original post here. It’s been a while since my last post, and a lot has happened in that time. In short, here’s a rundown: I came down with a stomach virus at […]

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Volta Castello U23 – Harrison Wood

Published 4th July 2019

This blog post was written by Harrison Wood, a new rider funded by the Dave Rayner Fund for 2019. You can read the original post here. This was my first proper stage race as an under 23. Volta Castello is a 4 day stage race located near Valencia. I like racing in Spain, it is […]

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The rough guide to racing in Spain – The British Continental

Published 3rd July 2019

George Jary’s guide to young riders on how to race in Spain and how to find a team This article was written by George Jary for The British Continental. You can read the original article here. This season there are 10 British riders racing full time for Spanish teams; 3 of us are supported by […]

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That first race in the heat – Harrison Wood

Published 2nd July 2019

This blog post was written by Harrison Wood, a new rider funded by the Dave Rayner Fund for 2019. You can read the original post here. I’m writing this blog after what can only be described as a hot race. On Sunday 2nd June I rode the Boucles du Tarn. A race located in Mazamet […]

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