Pedal Potential are delighted to support these talented young stars.  All of their achievements are as a result of true dedication and hard work - we have just helped them on their way to realise their ambitions to succeed in their chosen sport.

Mason Hollyman


I am going into my first year in the under U23 ranks in the 2019 season where I look forward to spending the majority of the year racing in UCI races in Italy. I finished my final year as a junior with 2nd on the queen stage of Axel (Holland) and 3rd on GC; a win in ‘Monmouthshire GP’ (later taking the Junior National Series title); 3rd at the Junior Tour of the Basque country; and 20th at the Junior World RR Championships. I look forward to seeing how I can progress through the U23 ranks.

Marcus Dey


I am a 17-year-old triathlete. In 2019 I will move into my 2nd year as a junior. My focus will be selection for the World and European Junior Championships along with European Junior Cup events. Domestically I will be aiming to retain the British Junior Super Series title which I won in 2018. Away from triathlon I hope to retain the English Schools 200m backstroke title for the third consecutive year.

Finley Newmark


I am a 2nd year Junior Cyclist racing for Velo Club de Londres (VCL). In 2019 I will be looking to improve on what was my most successful year during the 2018 season, both at home and abroad. I will continue to race in the UK but will also go abroad again for the challenges in Europe. My aims for next year are both with UCI races and the British National series but with an eye on the world Championships in Yorkshire at the end of the season. I can’t wait to get racing again.

Sam Hart


I am an 18-year-old triathlete from Berkshire and part of the England Next Generation squad. The 2019 season will be my final year as a Junior where I will be looking to build upon last year’s races after a somewhat mixed set of results, with the ultimate goal to qualify for the European and World Junior Triathlon Championships. I would also like to be competitive throughout the season in both European and British races.

James Phillips


In 2019, as a 2nd year Junior, I will be racing for HMT Cycling Team with a larger focus on international races as well as a few of the British National series events. I will be focusing mainly on the Spanish and French hilly stage races in the summer where I can hopefully build on my results achieved in 2018. I am greatly looking forward to the 2019 season and hope that I can make another step up and put myself in a good position for the future.

Connie Hudson


Hi, I am a 19-year-old racing cyclist currently based in Girona, Spain and have been out here in this cycling mecca for the past year. My ambition is to become the very best and ultimately secure a ride within the professional ranks. I shall be racing my 2019 season in the U.S., Belgium, UK and maybe also Netherlands and Spain too. I am super excited to be based in Texas while in the U.S., it will be a new experience for me racing and traveling.

Seb Gary


After some success as a triathlete, both at National and European level, I made the decision in 2018 to leave the world of Multisport and pursue my first love of cycling. In 2019 I hope to develop on my time trialling ability and transfer this on to the road. The aim is to place highly in National B events in order to begin my progression through the ranks of cycling. After a solid winter on the boards as a member of team pursuit 2019 is shaping up to be a good year.

Hamish Reilly


I am a 16-year-old triathlete from Kent, part of the England Squad and South East Academy. For the 2019 season I will be competing as a first year Junior. After a very successful 2018 where I came 2nd in the British Super Series and 2nd at my first International, I hope to qualify for the European Youth Elite championships and podium. I want to do well in my first year of sprint distance racing and compete in a few European Cup races. Away from triathlon, I want to do some more bike racing in Belgium after GCSEs.

Tom Portsmouth


After having, arguably, my best year of racing yet in 2018 as a 1st year Junior, I have been picked up by a well-known Belgian race team called Spiderking-Soenens, formerly Soenens-Booom. This means I will spend the majority of my 2nd year as a Junior racing in Belgium. In fact, my year won't be too dissimilar to last year as I start to focus on my goals: UCI races across Europe and time trials when closer to home. This is all part and parcel to develop myself as a rider.

Vicky Price


2019 is my last year as a Junior Elite Triathlete, so I’m looking to really improve my triathlon performance this year having now moved to University and now training in a performance environment. My main aim is to race again in the Junior Super Series and finish with some top 20 results. With cycling proving to be the weakest of the three disciplines it is what I need to improve on the most, so I’m working hard on this to become more comfortable at the sharp end of draft legal racing.

Tom Couzens


In 2019 I am going to be riding for Holdsworth-Zappi again as a 2nd year junior. I want to build on the experience gained from racing on the continent in many single and multi-stage events. I have had a great first year as a junior where I have placed 9th on GC at the junior tour of Mendips, a UK national, as well as 15th at Johan Museeuw after attacking with 35km to go. In 2019 I am hoping to achieve podium places both at UK national and UCI races.

Noah Canby


I am a 17-year old triathlete from Eastbourne and will be racing as a Junior for the second year in 2019. After ending the 2018 season on a high winning the British Junior Championship, my aim for the 2019 season is to qualify for the European and World Junior championships, as well as target some European Cup races to gain further international racing experience.  I also plan to improve on my individual sport performances throughout the year at various swim, bike and run races.

Katie Scott


I am a 2nd year Junior cyclist and will be riding for Cycle Team OnForm in 2019. I had a solid 2018/19 cx season, and raced in various cyclocross world cups across Europe for Team GB. Last year I had a strong road season, my main result being 4th in the National Junior Road Championships. For 2019, I am aiming to have another successful season, racing the National Junior Road Series and my biggest ambition is to race the 2019 Junior World Champs in Yorkshire. I look forward to see what this year will bring!

Jamieson Blain


I am a 2nd year junior for the Holdsworth-Zappi Junior Racing Team. Last year went well in terms of results and I was able to pick up top 10s, both at national and international level. For 2019, as in last season, I will be racing national series and UCI races in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain. I look forward to see what results I can achieve in my final year as a Junior rider.

Alistair Fletcher


My main aim for 2019 aim is to do well at the European Age Group Duathlon Championships, although I will possibly be the youngest competitor it will still be a great experience. I am really looking forward to competing internationally and I hope that this will be the first of many international races. Alongside gaining a good set of results in the triathlon season I would also like to compete in a number of races from the British Cycling Youth Circuit Series.

Elizabeth Bennett


I am 19 years old and will be riding for Velo Performance Racing in 2019. I am planning on racing in the UK and across Europe this year. My early season aim will be the British track championships in January. I’ll be competing in the Individual Pursuit, Scratch and Points events. My main goal for 2019 will be in June for the British National U23 Road and Time Trial Championships in Norfolk. I am looking forward to the season ahead.

Ollie Hucks


I am a Student in my 2nd year at the University of Nottingham. 2019 starts at the National track champs at the end of January, riding the Team Pursuit, followed by a short week away training in Spain. This will then commence the run into the season proper where I will be targeting National B road races, national time trials, along with intention to ride a few Premier Calendar events. I hope to continue my progression as of the last few years - 2019 is shaping up to look very exciting.