Monthly Archives: May 2011

SCHNEIDER FX SPONSORS TEAM RALEIGH

 Schneider Foreign Exchange are Proud to join the Raleigh Team 2010 was unquestionably another successful year for Schneider Foreign Exchange Ltd.  Recognised as one of the Top 10 UK Private Businesses across all sectors by the National Business Awards and … Continue reading

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SOLID START AT TOUR SERIES

Last night Round 1 of the prestigious Halfords Tour Series kicked off at the super tough Durham circuit which consists of a tough cobbled ascent followed by a deathly decent into the bottom of the climb again. Teams have to … Continue reading

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RALEIGH WIN TWO DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS

The British Cycling Divisor Championships took place on Sunday 22nd May, with Team Raleigh riders having to contest the championships in their own area it meant that the team were split throughout the country. Sparling Wins East Midlands The 5 … Continue reading

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RACE ROUND UP – 4 WINS IN 3 DAYS

Local races are a staple diet for the team in their important build up to Uks most prestigious road races and the televised Tour Series. On Thursday the 19th May the team had 3 wins with Jeroen Janssen winning at … Continue reading

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LINCOLN GRAND PRIX REPORT – HOLOHAN 6TH

Sunday 8th May seen round 2 of the Premier Calendar road race series come to the streets of Lincoln for the famous Lincoln Grand Prix taking in the 1 in 6 climb of Michaelgate 11 times with the finish at … Continue reading

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RYAN PARNES 2ND @ HILLINGDON GP

Words by Ryan Parnes After a knee injury in the Newcastle four day  and three weeks off the bike I was anxious to get back to racing, and the Hillingdon Grand Prix was a good place to start. With 53 … Continue reading

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PAIN ON THE PLAIN WITH TEAM RALEIGH

Two Americans, a Canadian and a Dutchman visit England’s prehistoric past whilst pre riding the Pain on the Plain sportive event  run by Wheels in Wheels. http://www.wheelsinwheels.com/painontheplain/pain_on_the_plain_sportive_event.html When Americans Phil Mooney and Ryan Parnes, Canadian Jamie Sparling and Dutchman Jeroen … Continue reading

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