JLT Condor
JLT Condor
yesterday at 20:08. Facebook
Stage one ended with a hectic sprint into Scarborough. Despite good placing by JLT Condor Alex Frame was caught in the melee of the crash at 250m from the line and curtailed his sprint. Ian Bibby and Russ Downing were also victims of the incident with Russ Downing unable to finish the stage following a suspected broken collarbone.

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Stage one ended with a hectic sprint into Scarborough Despite good placing
Stuart Carberry
Lisa Wilkinson
JLT Condor
JLT Condor
yesterday at 17:12. Facebook
Unfortunately Fonzy was has been badly affected by the crash on today's stage of the Tour de Yorkshire. He has a suspected broken collarbone.

We are grateful of the care and support of independent hospital, HMT. HMT have jumped into action to get Russell back to full health as soon as possible.
HMT Hospitals
Unfortunately Fonzy was has been badly affected by the crash on todays
Steven Hilbert
Martin Dainty
Liz Miller
JLT Condor
JLT Condor
04/27/2017 at 09:59. Facebook
Our Tour de Yorkshire team.
Let's do this!

Ian Bibby
James Gullen
Steve Lampier
Ali Slater
Alex Frame
Brenton Jones
Russ Downing
Tom Moses
Pat Furness
Tony Usher
Aemon Atkinson
JLT Condor
JLT Condor
04/25/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
We rode the toughest Tour de Yorkshire to date.
Here's our preview of the five key roads and climbs in the 2017 route.

1. Stage 1 North York Moors "at 70km to go, the moors could prove decisive. Lose a wheel here & riders will need big watts to get back into the leading group." - Herety

2. Stage 1's penultimate climb aka Cow Wath Bank. It appears at 50km to go. Exposed and windy, the climb...
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We rode the toughest Tour de Yorkshire to date
Graeme Salmon
Emily Hosker
Ben Willard
JLT Condor
JLT Condor
04/24/2017 at 11:23. Facebook
Punctures, crashes and blood - Brenton grabbed third in hectic CiCLE Classic.

Tom Moses spent most of the day in an eight man breakaway.
As the race drew to a close, Dan Fleeman broke free in the final stages of the race with One Pro Cycling's Hayden McCormack. Russ Downing put in a hard chase but the duo managed to cross the line a handful of seconds ahead what remained of the...
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Punctures crashes and blood Brenton grabbed third in hectic CiCLE Classic
"It was a lot windier than normal, probably the hardest one we've done by a long way. It was flat out from the word go and we never stopped."

Ian Bibby won in sensational style at the weekend. He took the honours after a brave lone attack at 10km to go.

Tom Hardie captured the action from the team car.
It was a lot windier than normal probably the hardest one weve
Lisa Sullivan
Aemon Atkinson
Paul Wright
Despite crashing at 15km to go Alex Frame took victory on stage two of the Tour du Loir et Cher.
The team set up the perfect lead out of the New Zealander with Ed Clancy and Ali Slater driving the pace for the final 10km before handing over to Brenton, Russ and Alex for a fast and furious sprint to the line.
Perfect sprint train execution by the JLT Condor lads.
Despite crashing at 15km to go Alex Frame took victory on stage
Aemon Atkinson
Tom Mansfield
Michelle Noonan
All aboard the JLT Condor train.

Check out our sprint focused line-up for the Tour du Loir et Cher. #LoiretChet #BigWatts
Next race. The Tour du Loire et Cher for five days of fast and furious racing and plenty of sprints for Clancy, Jones and Frame to do battle in.
Next race The Tour du Loire et Cher for five days of
Richard Mellen
Karin Jones
Blam! Perfect team ride at Sunday's Tour of the Wolds. Brenton Jones claimed his first British victory and Russell Downing finished third. #SpringCup
Blam Perfect team ride at Sundays Tour of the Wolds Brenton Jones
Achieve pavé perfection.
Jon Mould the fastest man over Arenberg forest cobbles (Strava fact) shares his tips.
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Achieve pavé perfection Jon Mould the fastest man over Arenberg forest cobbles

Perfect Pavé Riding

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Christine Fiona Brown
Mark Burton
Shane O'Neill
The Tour de Taiwan featured highs and a few lows the the five-man squad of Ian Bibby, Russell Downing, Edmund Brabury, James Gullen and Brenton Jones

Crashes on stage one saw Brenton Jones taken down mid sprint.
A perfectly placed Edmund Bradbury was brought down when another rider hit road furniture on day four. Bradbury who had been 4th on GC and 9 seconds from the leader was unable to...
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The Tour de Taiwan featured highs and a few lows the the
Jane Wilkinson-Shute
Watch Brenton Jones deliver and untouchable sprint, after one hell of a lead-out from the team in the Tour de Taiwan finale.
Chris Davis
Robin Bassett
Wendy Bruce
"It was a bad day at the office for the team."

Crashes affect riders on the queen stage of Tour de Taiwan.
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"It was a bad day at the office for the team"

Crashes affect riders on day four in Taiwan

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"I put in a big attack at 5km to go"

Rider reactions from stage two of the #TourdeTaiwan
I put in a big attack at 5km to go Rider reactions

Gullen wins stage in Taiwan

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Watch James Gullen solo to a stage win in the Tour de Taiwan.
Barry Roubaix
Frank Kerry
Aemon Atkinson
Elaine Downing-Baxter
Russell Downing sprinted to second on stage one of the Tour de Taiwan today.

In the hectic rain soaked finish, several crashes occurred and Brenton Jones was taken down mid-lead out. Leaving Russell Downing to adapt him lead out and go for the line.
Russell took points in the intermediate sprints and will now wear the green points jersey.

Brenton is ok and all riders can stage stage two...
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Russell Downing sprinted to second on stage one of the Tour de Taiwan today
Michael John Edgeworth
Ann Duncan
Kevin Harvey Couldwell
It's the weekend and the sun is out.
Final stage of the Tour de Normandie coming up.
Its the weekend and the sun is out Final stage of the
"I went long today. Opened the throttle about 500m to go."
Alex Frame finds 5th on stage four of the Tour de Normandie Cycliste.

The Kiwi crashed heavily on day 1, but has found his feet again in the sprints and has locked in three top ten performances so far.
Steve Lampier moved up to 7th on General Classification and is the highest placed Brit. #TDN2017
"I went long today Opened the throttle about 500m to go"