What a weekend of race success for Handsling riders. Our sponsored riders showed strong early season form in a variety of disciplines.
TR3evo rider Amber (photographed above) finished 9th in the Omnium in the Track Nations Cup. The Barbadian star called the Cairo race her best performance to date at elite level. It's another important step in her quest for Paris Olympics qualification.
Simon Davis: Duathlon, A1R0evo
Simon won a brilliant U23 silver medal representing GB in the European Duathlon Championships in Italy. He had a superb ride on his A1R0evo, sandwiched by two runs, to finish 2nd U23 and 11th overall in the elite men's field. Next up for Simon is the World Duathlon Champs in Ibiza.
DAS-Handsling: Road, A1R0evo (photo Bob MacGregor)
Our UCI women's team were among the stand out performers in The Peaks 2 Day, one of the biggest races of the UK's early season calendar. Highlights included Lucy Lee winning stage 2 and finishing second on stage 3, Sammie Stuart winning the QOM competition, and Monica Greenwood finishing overall fourth on GC. Great prep for the start of the UK National Road Race Series.
Rory Gravelle: Road, A1R0evo (photo GBM Photography)
Another dominant display by Rory who took the GC in the first round of the BC Youth Circuit Series in Pembrey, Wales. Riding in the Youth A category for Velo Myrddin CC powered by Y Beic, Rory won three stages over the weekend.
Katie-Ann Calton: Road, A1R0evo
Katie-Ann won bronze in the March Hare Classic at the Road Circuit at Lee Valley VeloPark. It was a great start for the JRC rider in her first Nat B race of the season.