All posts by: RJDW

Saturday 10th March sees the Storey Racing Team Launch in association with Eisberg Alcohol Free Wine, at Aintree Racecourse with the team starting the day racing the Eddie Soens Classic before heading inside to join an exclusive group of people...
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Entering the world of cycling sponsorship for the first time in 2018 are Lamb & Watt, a premium range of innovative tonic waters made in the UK. The delicious range of tonic mixers are made with organic blue agave, natural...
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Leathers the Accountants are on board with Storey Racing for 2018 and bring not just financial backing, but also a deep rooted passion for the sport thanks to their Managing Partner, Michael Leather. Once a heavily overweight businessman, Michael, following...
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The second of our new product suppliers for 2018 are Fenwick’s the family company based in Shropshire who make clean bikes their business. Boasting a range of products to take the hard work out of cleaning your bike, Fenwick’s promote...
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We are delighted to add Black Circle Coffee to our list of suppliers for 2018. Coffee and cycling go hand in hand and so it was an obvious connection for the team and the brand to make. An online retailer...
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The superbly designed Storey Racing Le Col kit was again worn by riders racing on the first weekend in January, confirming that for 2018 the brand will again be supplying our cycling apparel. With Beth Crumpton securing victory in round...
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Victory in Ipswich on Sunday saw Beth Crumpton secure her first ever National Cyclocross Trophy. Her closest challenger for the title was Ffion James who will join Storey Racing from February 1st, whilst 2nd on the day was Anna Kay...
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Six of the best product providers are returning to support Storey Racing this year as the team moves in to its second year of racing. Having supported Dame Sarah Storey in 2016 a year in which she won 3 gold...
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As 2017 draws to a close one of our secrets to success has been the support we’ve had from far and wide following our crowdfunding campaign and the link to the Boot Out Breast Cancer Cycling Club. Set up by...
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When it comes to vision in cycling, it’s an area often overlooked with competitive and leisure cyclists alike choosing their eyewear based on the look of a frame rather than the performance of its lens. When it comes to adidas...
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