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Counting the wins... 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23....

Yes. THAT many Wins ..

Too many to give you all the details so here is is pictorial representation of wins 16 through 23 for Rayner Foundation riders operating on the Continent..

WIN No 16. Amelia Cebak, the British National Junior Road Race Champion, riding for her team Tofauti Everyone Active won Gent-Wevelgem for Women Juniors on a Rayner Foundation Gateway Trip.

WIN No 17. Dexter Leeming Sykes of French Team Apoge Charente-Maritime wins the GP du Pays de Besse in the Dordogne.

WIN No 18. Louis Sutton won the General Classification of the Bidasoa Itzulia in the Spanish Basque for his team for his French Team AVC Aix-en-Provence.

WIN No 19. Cat Ferguson won the first stage of Tour du Gevaudan Occitanie in Mende, France. Racing for her team of Shibden Apex RT on a Rayner Foundation Gateway trip.

WIN No 20. Ben Chilton won the first stage of Boucles de la Charente Maritime which finished in Pons, the home town of his Team Apoge Charente-Maritime.

Photo Freddy Guerin/Direct Velo

WIN No 21. Cat Ferguson, wearing the Maillot Jaune, took stage 2 of the Tour du Gevaudan Occitanie

Photo Pascal Besse

WIN No 22. Naturally Cat was the winner of the French race overall

photo Pascal Bresse

WIN No 23. Lucas Towers of Team Filial Caja Rural Alea took the biggest win of his career in the Memorial Valenciaga, a round of the Copa Espana.

photo Oskar Matxin

2024 has seen some incredible results. Keep following for more success!

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