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Epic Juniors Continue to Impress

At the Spokes Cycles 2-Day in Fife, Scotland, Oscar Mingay (Giant Cycling – Halo Films) continued to extend his dominant lead in the Junior National Series. Taking second place on the first stage, with a heroic final ascent to the finish line catching the lone leader (and eventual winner) Louis Rose-Davies (Canyon UK). The lunge for the line saw Rose-Davies take the win by no more than an inch, and with the pair finishing five seconds ahead of the next group, looked set to see their respective GC positions through to the podium. The second stage was more suited to...

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Shaw Strikes Gold at London Nocturne

One of the biggest races on the British calendar, the Rapha Nocturne in London hosted some strong competition. With multiple attacks firing off from the gun, a strong counter from Neah Evans (Storey Racing) saw her solo away from the peloton. After twenty-five minutes of racing, it seemed that Evans had caught the bunch napping, still maintaining her lead of around thirty seconds, whilst the bunch fragmented behind. It wasn’t until Barbara Guarischi (CANYON//SRAM Racing) and Annasley Park (DROPS) surged off the front and joined Evans, that the race seemed to light up. A lap later, Lucy Shaw (DROPS)...

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Mingay Extends National Series Lead

With an already impressive palmarès so far this season, Oscar Mingay (Giant Cycling Club – Halo Films) once again proved his immense talent at the latest round of the Junior National Series. With the course including some of the famous gravel and dirt sectors from the mens race earlier in the year, the day was set to be won by a combination of luck and skill. Several moves came and went over the first half of the race, but it wasn’t until Matt Shaw (Wheelbase Caltech Junior RT) attacked on a climb on the other side of Owston, that...

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Signs of promise in a turbulent Womens’ Lincoln GP

With the rain clearing just as the riders took to the start line, changing road conditions, and particular focus on the cobbled climb of Michaelgate would prove to make for an anxious race. As the flag dropped, and the neutral car pulled away, a crash immediately devastated the peloton. With over a-dozen riders involved, many more were held up and forced to chase. Isabel Darvill, Maddie Howden (RP Vision), and Elizabeth Bennett (LIV-Epic) were caught up in the chaos, but luckily all came away unscathed. Emerging from the drama, three riders, two of which teammates of Lucy Shaw (DROPS),...

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Epic riders continue to dominate Southern Omnium Series

In what has so far proven to be an exciting series for the talented young riders, their prominence in the results has continued to impress ahead of the National Omnium Finals at Herne Hill Velodrome on the 2nd of July. In the U16 boys omnium, Charlie Kelly took the overall win on the day. Lapping the field in the points race, he showed his tactical and physical potential in what was a well calculated move. Lucy Gadd won the U16 girls event with a commanding display, winning the TT, scratch and devil, as well as taking a lot of points in...

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