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WINS NO 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 , 29, 30...... (to be continued)

Updated: Jun 21

Since we last  updated…A lot has happened. More wins for our riders and a couple of professional contracts confirmed.


Win No 24 Lucas Towers of Caja Rural Filial Team struck again with a win at Iturmendi in Spain on 11 May for a total of 3 so far this season.

photo: Oskar Matxin

Win No 25 Adam Mitchell scored his first of the season at the Tour des Vallees de Haute Anjou on 19 May. Adam has been extra busy following his degree course at the same time as living and racing in France. Exams are done now so hopefully more wins on the cards soon for the rider in the Team Vendee U.


Win No 26 taken by Owen Lightfoot who took a brilliant victory on Stage 1 of Volta a Portugal Futuro. A difficult start to the season with some illness, this one was very welcome for Owen.


Win No 27 another win for Louis Sutton of Equipe AVC Aix, who took Stage 1 of Volta Castello in Spain in the town of Vilafames.

photo: Eventos Sports

Win No 28 Callum Twelves take his first victory in the Spanish Aragon TT Championships.. 


Win No 29 belongs to Matty Brennan who finished the Giro Next Gen in Italy on a high by taking the last stage.


image: via @GiroNextGen

Win No 30 happened in the UK just yesterday in Catterick Garrison where Tomos Pattinson became British National U23 Time Trial Champion, his first National Championship on the road.

photo: SWPIX.com with thanks for all support

Icing on the cake has got to be two riders with professional contracts already signed for 2025. Josh Giddings stays within the formation Lotto Dstny. Matty Brennan has been fast tracked through the development programme of Visma Lease A Bike..


We must also recognise two women that have both been helped by the Rayner Foundation in the past, who produced a double victory in the British National Championships this week. Anna Henderson of Visma Lease a Bike and Josie Nelson of DSM Firmenich Post NL won the Elite and U23 Womens Time Trial over a demanding circuit in Catterick Garrison. Watch out for them too on Sunday in the Road Race.


Follow us, follow them and all the other British riders on the continent. It's not football is it..



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