Guildford Crit Victory for Handsling rider Eilidh Shaw

Guildford Crit Victory for Handsling rider Eilidh Shaw

Scotland's Eilidh Shaw sprinted to victory in the Guildford Women's Grand Prix on her A1R0evo race bike.

The 19-year-old Alba Development Road Team rider beat a packed elite field that included world tour riders.

It's now two wins and a second place out of three races for Handsling riders in the UK's National Circuit Series after Frankie Hall won Otley GP and Robyn Clay finished P2 at Ilkley GP. 

It also means the top two teams in the overall standings ride Handsling frames, with DAS-Hutchinson-Brother leading from Alba Development.

The results demonstrate the speed and handling of the A1R0evo frame on the tight technical courses of Otley and Guildford. Guildford in particular is famed for its tough cobbled climb up the high street.

You can select Alba's frame colour and race spec (Parcours Strade wheels and Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupsets) using the A1R0evo online customiser

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