Video: Behind the scenes at the Tour of Britain part three

In the final part of our trilogy behind the scenes with Madison Genesis at The Tour Of Britain, we hear from the riders themselves after a tumultuous week of racing. Experience what they go through and feel like you're a part of the team, with our look into the minds of the squad.

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What it took: For Madison Genesis to ride the 2015 Tour of Britain

920 miles – or further than Land's End to John O’Groats; 54,000 feet of climbing – the same as Everesting one and a half times; and 34,000 calories. That’s what it took each Madison Genesis athlete to ride the Tour of Britain. Everything culminated on stage seven of the race, as the team rode to recl..

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Tom Stewart denied King of the Mountains despite heroic team effort

Tom Stewart was denied the title of King of the Mountains at the 2015 Tour of Britain, despite a heroic team effort on the final two ascents of the competition. Madison Genesis went into the penultimate day with both Stewart and Mark McNally joint second on points in the mountains classification – and Stewart elevated himself..

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Madison Genesis endure Tour of Britain stage six

Madison Genesis endured stage six of the 2015 Aviva Tour of Britain, as the general classification contenders set a relentless pace at the head of the race. Early in the 192-kilometre stage from Stoke-on-Trent to Nottingham the peloton split, with around 30 riders distancing themselves from the remaining 80 riders in the race. ..

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Video: Behind the scenes at the Tour of Britain part two

Go behind the scenes with Madison Genesis, featuring exclusive footage from life inside the team at The Tour Of Britain. On stage three Matt Cronshaw infiltrated the break, producing a heroic ride to resist the combined might of UCI WorldTour teams, until four kilometres from the finish. This is the story of his day.

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Mark McNally rides into contention at Tour of Britain stage five

Mark McNally gave Madison Genesis a second option in the King of the Mountain’s competition at the Tour of Britain, as he rode himself into contention on stage five. McNally – who won the classification in 2014 – made the break and set about taking maximum points at three summits on the way from Prudhoe to Hart Si..

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