Four riders in action at the East Cleveland Klondike GP; Bradley Symonds, George Kimber, Joe Charley and Matt King (guest for the day to our national development team) lined up for the second round of the British Cycling Spring Cup.
Over a gruelling 160km course, the riders faced over 2500m climbing with gradients of in excess of 20%.
The race provided further experience and progression for both riders and support team; improvements implemented from previous races came to fruition with two riders featuring in the final.
George Kimber competed in his longest race to date and builds on last weeks race.
Bradley Symonds, in the hunt for a top 20, finished 34th; showing further progression and improving race by race. Really proud of all our riders and support staff; well done all.
The race was won by Tom Pidcock of Team Wiggins.