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Training Abroad – Matt Shaw

Whilst I was pretty gutted I was missing one of the only ‘snow days’ I can remember I was glad to be heading off to a slightly sunnier place: Girona. It was touch and go whether the flight went ahead. After my pal Oscar’s flight had been cancelled the previous day I was worried for my own flight. With an early start and a sketchy take off I was in the air and on my way. Lugging a bike box around Barcelona airport and waiting for the bus whilst not really knowing if I was waiting at the right...

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Hetty Niblett – Blog Post November 2017

Hi everyone, my name is Hetty Niblett and I am an 18 year old cyclist. I have been riding for Edco Continental women’s team throughout the 2017 season mainly in the UK with some trips to Belgium and Czech Republic too. This past year has been a massive rollercoaster for me juggling my final year of A Levels along with trying my hardest to get some good results in cycling too, no mean feat! My first race of the season was a Belgian kermesse, my first kermesse and my first time racing in Belgium as an U23, meaning describing...

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Rehab – Matt Shaw

The week starting on the 31st of July was a weird one; it began with a fun three days racing on the boards at Track Nationals followed by an Interclub and a Kermesse courtesy of John Barkley, and finished up with a trip in an ambulance to a Belgian Hospital. Despite making it through an inevitably sketchy track nationals, picking up a 3rd in the points race, surviving my 2nd ever interclub after chasing on after a get down to 10th place, I fell short of a successful week after being taken out in a local Kermesse and breaking...

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Reflecting on Junior Track Champs Gold-rush

After an impressive opening ride in the 500m time trial (typically a sprinters event), Emily Tillett took fourth place, and warmed things up nicely for the flood of success that was yet to come. The Madison was set to be a closely thought race, with Liv CC – Epic Coaching riders competing in six separate teams for the title. Anna Docherty and Pfeiffer Georgi dominated the race. The duo won five of the eight sprints in the 80km race to take 30 points on their way to winning gold. Silver went to Lauren Dolan and Team Jadan Weldlife’s Jenny Holl, the only...

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Murphy is the 2017 National Champion

A first for women’s cycling in the UK, the National Road Race Championship for Junior Women was run as a standalone race. With a field of 68 riders, the junior women set out on the 54 mile-long circuit comprising of two ‘short’ laps of 10miles, and two ‘long’ laps of 12miles. For the first two laps of the shorter circuit, the peloton remained together, despite several attacks in the opening miles. It wasn’t until the first ascent of Flint Hill on the longer circuit, that Lauren Murphy begin to show her form. Easing away from the peloton, her advantage consistently...

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