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14 year old Cat Ferguson from Skipton joins Storey Racing with immediate effect. An all rounder, with excellent results as a Youth B rider in cyclocross, track and road, Cat has recently started time-trialling to provide more race opportunities during...
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The National Closed Circuit Time Trial event provided the only opportunity for Storey Racing riders to attend an event together in 2020, since the national lockdown on March 23rd led to the cancellation of our team launch event and ultimately...
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After a successful few weeks of racing, the team turn their attention to the Thruxton Closed Circuit Time Trial on Sunday 11th October. Organised by the brilliant Roger Wakeling, this event has been the teams closing race of the road...
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After two incredibly successful seasons in Storey Racing colours, where she has amassed in excess of 120 race victories, Zoe Bäckstedt moves on from the team to a contract with the Belgian Cyclocross team Tormans-Acrog. Thanking the team and staff...
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Just a day after celebrating her birthday, Kinga Ingram is confirmed as a member of the Storey Racing team through to the end of 2021. Kinga, who will race as a second year junior in 2021, is currently a member...
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Featured image by Chris Lawrence With the ongoing global pandemic continuing to affect sporting competition opportunities, the Storey Racing team have been delighted to get back out to some events over the past couple of months. And, as you would...
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With UK national and international racing currently suspended until at least September 1st, Storey Racing have been working to create as many opportunities for the team to stay active and engaged. Last month’s announcement that The Women’s Tour would be...
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Having spent four and a half years racing for the Storey Racing team via it’s Scholarship Programme in 2016 and in Storey Racing colours from 2017, Monica decided to move away from focusing on a race programme in 2020 and...
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The Storey Racing team didn’t have any plans to run the London Marathon in 2020 as we expected to be deep in to the cycling racing season but when the 2.6 challenge was announced as alternative way to help fundraise...
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Although the team is unable to race while the threat of the coronavirus is dealt with, Storey Racing are delighted to confirm the riders will be continuing to train and are using different platforms to engage supporters and maintain their...
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