Jack’s maiden victory at the top table of British cycling was a defining moment of 2017. The 2012 national hill climb champion capped a dominant team performance in round eight of the Tour Series in Aberdeen by sprinting to victory as Tim Elverson’s outfit filled three of the first four places. He later became King of the Hill at the Tour of the Reservoir having also featured in the team’s Tour de Yorkshire debut. While the Aberdeen victory represented a career high, Jack’s 2016 campaign was full of near misses. Second in the Ryedale Grand Prix, second in the Skipton Grand Prix, third at Ilkley, along with six top-10s in the Tour Series, including runner-up amid a team win in Redditch. Having represented Scotland at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Jack also boasts top-10s in the Wiltshire Grand Prix (two), the Tour of Reservoir (two) and Lincoln Grand Prix.