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03/11/201717:00

Heart Problem Forces Gunst Into Retirement Far Too Soon.

Update from team rider Davy Gunst team.

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30/10/201711:00

2017 Season Review

2017 was a great year for our young team, with stand out results throughout the year. 

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30/10/201711:00

Looking Towards The 2019 Season

Update from our team.

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10/09/201720:00

Stage 8 Tour of Britain

Jacob Scott just falls short of his brave KOM jersey defence whilst Mark Stewart rounds out the 2017 OVO Tour of Britain with a Most Combative Rider award on the final stage. A well deserved title following a brave move by such a young cyclist.

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09/09/201718:00

Stage 7 Tour of Britain

The penultimate stage of the 2017 OVO Energy Tour of Britain was 187km and visited no less than four counties: Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. It was Jacob who was able to make the breakaway and continue his defence of the KOM Jersey!

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08/09/201718:00

Stage 6 Tour of Britain


Stage 6: In the break of seven riders was our own kiwi, Regan Gough. With 50km ridden, the leaders reached the first of the day's Eisberg Sprints.

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07/09/201719:00

Stage 5 Tour of Britain


Stage 5: The individual Time Trial began in the County of Tendring this morning and it would be difficult to negotiate the the circuit.

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06/09/201718:00

Stage 4 Tour of Britain

Stage 4 of the Tour of Britain consisted of 176km from Market Place in Mansfield in the English sunshine. Following a day of heavy rain and cold, the sunshine was deserved for the riders and Jacob Scott was to once again impress.

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05/09/201718:00

Stage 3 Tour of Britain

Stage 3 set off from the picturesque Normandy Hall County Park, just north of the eventual destination: Scunthorpe. It was a grim start to the day at the team hotel in Wetherby as heavy rain fell with no sign of letting up. 

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04/09/201717:00

Stage 2 Tour of Britain

Stage two was 211km from Kielder Water to Blythe, Jacob Scott was once again to ride into the breakaway.

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