As British Cycling’s elite road season prepares for lift-off on Sunday, we’ve quizzed our Canyon Eisberg riders on their team-mate to watch this season.
Whether it is an emerging talent or experienced man with a point to prove, they have all had their say. Just take a look…
Hank. He’s a good looking fella, why wouldn’t you want to watch him?
Max Stedman (enough said).
I reckon, Dexter. He’s been there or thereabouts and I really think he can do something special this season.
Charlie Tanfield. Track world champ, need I say more?
Rory or Max. I’m not sure either needs an introduction but I feel they really found their stride last year and have much more to show this season.
Rory Townsend. After training with him in Calpe, he is definitely coming into this season super strong and with a point to prove.
Charlie Tanfield. Seems like such a nice guy who just rides his bike real fast and is super chilled about it.
Andy Tennant. He’s in a new team for the first time in three years and this is a good environment for him.
Alex Paton. He is just a beast who doesn’t seem to tire.
My fleet training/café partner Alex Paton. He had a bit of rough year last year but I reckon he’s back on the right track to tearing it up this year.
Max Stedman. Good progression over the past few years. Looking forward to seeing what he can achieve in this year’s stage races.
Charlie Tanfield, obviously! World champ. Got gas.
Charlie Tanfield. I think this winter speaks for itself. If he gets away in the last few km, no-one is getting him back.
Louis Rose-Davies. He will pass out before he’s dropped!
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British Cycling‘s elite road season begins with the Chorley Grand Prix on Sunday. The race doubles as the opening round of the Spring Cup.
The series, which was won by Rory Townsend in 2017, also includes the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix (April 29) and Lincoln Grand Prix (May 13).