Mike Northey appointed as Madison Genesis team manager

Madison Genesis is proud to announce that Mike Northey has completed his return to the team as manager, following his enforced retirement from racing earlier this year. After a period spent at home adjusting to life away from the squad, Mike returned to the UK in May to join up with the team in an assistant’s role. He will no..

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Stewart and Rowsell take one-two in Wales Dominant team performance at the GP of Wales

Tom Stewart made a triumphant return to road racing to take victory in the GP of Wales ahead of teammate Erick Rowsell. The stunning one-two result came after Madison Genesis were involved in all the key moves of the 140-kilometre race. In a pulsating final 10-kilometres, the peloton – headed by JLT Condor – looked ..

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Matt Holmes denied solo victory at Ryedale GP Late attack caught in final 50 metres

Matt Holmes was cruelly denied solo breakaway victory as he was caught in the closing metres of the Ryedale GP. With six kilometres of road remaining, Holmes attacked from a handful of riders who had survived a selective race.   Behind, Gruff Lewis and Tristan Robbins switched to survival mode following an a day in t..

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How to: Wrap bar tape Wrap without the gaps

Ever wondered how to wrap bar tape perfectly? In the first of our PRO tips, race mechanic Chuck shows you how to wrap, without the gaps and achieve that flawless bar tape finish.

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Dominating team ride seals second for English at Stafford GP Madison Genesis race from the front to secure result

A dominant team performance took Felix English to second place at the Stafford GP, and into joint first in the overall series standings of the British Cycling Elite Circuit Series. On a narrow ribbon of road around Shugborough Estate, all eight Madison Genesis riders took to the front in an overwhelming display. After 30-minute..

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Stewart seventh in select group at British road race championships

Tom Stewart finished seventh in a select group of ten riders who made it to the finish of a fractious 2016 British road race championships in Stockton. After 207-kilometres, Adam Blythe (Tinkoff) outsprinted Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) for the win, which had been proceeded by punch and counter-punch on the rolling roads of nort..

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