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Roues, Chaussures et Technologie – Harrison Wood

Published 20th March 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 currently in the process of learning a new language. I studied French at school but I finished in year 11, but I did manage to obtain an A […]

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Bon Voyage – Harrison Wood

Published 28th February 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 first blog of 2019 sat in my new apartment. I’m now living in Aix en Provence, once the home of footballing hero Zinedane Zidane and famous […]

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Allez! Allez! CC teams up with the Dave Rayner Fund for 2019

Published 21st February 2019

This article was written by Andrew Greaves for Allez! Allez! Cycling Club. You can read the original article here. It’s a well-trodden path. With a British domestic scene that offers a somewhat limited chance for development, young riders pack their bike and belongings into a box and head for Belgium, France, Italy and Spain to […]

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“Becoming pro is my only target this year”: Stuart Balfour determined to make the most of another season in the land of Hinault

Published 21st February 2019

This article was written by Andrew Greaves for Allez! Allez! Cycling Club. You can read the original article here. Riding in France can be intimidating enough without the shadow of one of the nation’s finest towering over you at ever turn. For young rider Stuart Balfour there’s a constant reminder that he’s in the presence […]

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Jake Wright: The first Brit in Froiz

Published 20th February 2019

This blog post was originally posted by Jake Wright. Read the original post here. This year I’ve decided to take a new and fresh approach to racing by joining the elite Spanish team G.D Supermercados Froiz, or Super Froiz for short. As the name of my blog suggests I’m the first English rider to join […]

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Q&A with Max Willamson (Eiser Hirumet)

Published 18th February 2019

This article was originally written for VeloUK.net. You can read the original article here. Question time with Max Williamson who is having his third season with Eiser Hirumet in the Basque Country and is helped along by the Dave Rayner Fund and trainSharp Q: Is this the first year with your team?Max: No, this is […]

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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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