The  Team

Hand-picked from across the UK, we're strong, fit and mad-keen on racing. Most of us have been racing for more than a year and we're determined to take things to the next level in the coming season. You can read more about us by following the links on the right side of the page.

Our Team Manager, Steve Wright, is a British Cycling accredited coach tutor and assessor. He has an exceptional history within cycle racing, having worked for some of the most respected names in the business - both as a cycle coach and mechanic. He works tirelessly at races to keep things running smoothly for the team.

The team is going into its third year with some changes in personnel. Hayley Simmonds has left us for pastures new, and we are grateful for her time spent with us. We wish her well. Karen plans to concentrate on Gran Fondo races over the coming year and will be doing more behind the scenes, helping with team organisation.

This season we welcome Nicola Soden, Mary Bower, Kim Ashton and Joanne Blakeley to our racing squad. We are proud to be able to recruit riders of such a high calibre. Nicola showed her strength - both as a rider and team-player - when she guested for the team at the Ras Na mBan in 2013.

After a successful season for the team in 2013, we anticipate even greater things in 2014. We hope Charlotte (Jersey Girl) will continue to improve after a hard introduction to UK racing and that Linda, having had her first win in 2013, will continue to put in great circuit race performances.

Sandra continues to go from strength to strength and shows no signs of slowing down! She is our "Sean Yates": a super-domestique, who just loves riding for the other team members.

Iona and Brit proved to be a strong "double act" during the 2013 season, dominating the York Cycle Circuit races. We hope they will build on this in 2014. Iona will be returning to Malta to defend her amazing run of results at the Tour Ta Malta, whilst Brit will seek to defend her title as the winner of the "Tyne Tunnel Sprint", later in the season.

Steph, who is currently Maltese National Champion both on the Road and in XC MTB, will be seeking to improve her results off-road, racing in regional and national mountain bike races and UCI World Cup races abroad.