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Team KGF have been shaking things up from the start. Their success was one of the stories of 2017. The Derby based track team first came to everyone’s attention at the British National Track Championships when they beat the British Academy riders, competing as 100% Me to the team pursuit title.

In January 2018 they beat Russian team Lokosphinx to Gold in the Team Pursuit in Minsk, Belarus, and two of their members, Dan Bigham and Charlie Tanfield gained selection for Great Britain at the world championships in Apeldoorn.

The Number 1 Ranked Team in the United Kingdom 2017!

Ribble Pro Cycling was formed to provide a platform for developing riders and allow riders competition at a global level. With one of the most international calendars in British teams, it allows riders with the ability and ambition the chance to move beyond the small UK domestic scene. Having undergone various name changes over the last few years the core of the team remains unchanged and still delivers the ability to compete on a global scale.

Having spent many years racing on the track, indoors, outdoors, around the UK and the world, I have used many different race wheels. Wheels that I have used throughout my time are the usual brands like Mavic, Corima, Fast Forward, Pro and various others. As established brands, you would expect them to perform well. And they do.

However, in 2015 I came across Walker Brothers and their Revo 1 disk wheels and 5 spoke front wheel I can whole heartedly say that these wheels are as competitive, if not better than the leading brands and definitely rival the kit at the Olympic level.

My reasonings for this include: their hollow structure of the disk wheels  means that they are super light. This means that the wheels are easy to accelerate and roll easily once up to speed. However, owing to the craftsmanship at Walker Brothers, the strength of the wheels is in no way compromised. Also, due to the wheels being built on to Shimano Dura-Ace hubs, the bearings are super smooth and the build quality is what you would expect from any major brand of wheels. Not to mention that because these hubs have been used, the wheels really look the part. Also, the Union Flag design on the wheels is perfect for a proud Brit like myself!

In all, I am finding that the wheels are strong, lightweight, aerodynamic and agile and I look forward to putting them on my bike for every race in this upcoming 2016/17 track season and beyond. I love my Walker Brothers wheels and I am confident that everyone else will too!

Matt Rotherham

In October 2017, Vittoria Bussi achieved her aim at a tilt at the UCI Hour Record. Her self funded attempt, partially hampered by a bout of illness 5 days before, saw her fall agonisingly short by a mere 404 metres, recording 47.576km?
Since then Bussi has refined her position at the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 wind tunnel in Brackley, Northamptonshire Great Britain
Walker Brothers Ethereal Disc were chosen for the attempt in a totally independent test along with many other better known brands.

LKT Team Brandenburg is a German UCI Continental cycling team founded in 2008. In 2018 they were joined by former British Cycling Endurance Coach Heiko Salzwedel

John Archibald is a Scottish racing cyclist. He competed in the men’s individual pursuit event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. He reached the final, winning the silver medal. He is the brother of Scottish cyclist Katie Archibald.

The Danish time trial National Champion for the last three years, the rider, who stands 1.84m tall and weighs 68kg, has twice finished on the podium in Tour of Denmark time trials, in 2016 and 2017. In the international arena, Toft Madsen – a qualified physicist and nanotechnology engineer – finished 13th and 21st in the Men’s Elite individual time trial at the 2016 and 2017 UCI Road World Championships respectively.

In July 2018, Martin attempted the UCI Hour Record in Aguascalientes in Mexico using Walker Brothers Ethereal front and rear discs, posting a distance of 53.619kms, falling short of Sir Bradley Wiggins’ 54.526kms, but bettering Alex Dowsett’s 52.937 to become the second fastest man ever to attempt the feat.

Team PARA-T. Jody Cundy OBE, Steve Bate MBE, Megan Giglia MBE, Louis Rolfe MBE

A team of successful Para-Cyclists, which include 4 Paralympic champions from Rio 2016 (Jody Cundy OBE, Steve Bate MBE, Megan Giglia MBE, Louis Rolfe MBE), and 2 world track champions, plus world cup medal winning riders. http://www.paracyclingteam.com/>Para-T Cycling Team was founded in 2010 by 7 x Paralympic Champion Jody Cundy OBE, creating a new, unique cycling team made up entirely of some of the best Para-Cyclists in the world and aims to be globally recognised as a leading professional Para-Cycling team competing not only in Para-Cycling but also in able-bodied events.

The team tries to help demonstrate the skill and speed of athletes who compete at the Paralympics and to promote Para-Cycling in order to give elite athletes with a disability the recognition and acceptance they deserve.

Through focusing on the abilities of our riders, and not their disability, we want to increase the interest in disability sport and Para-Cycling, push the boundaries of the sport and show that sport is something nearly everyone can do.

Team Bäckstedt HotChillee was launched in 2017 as a merger of the HotChillee Development Rider Programmein SA and the Bäckstedt Cycling Academy in the UK. The aim is to foster young cycling talent in Europe and South Africa and creating a pathway into the pro peloton.

In July 2018, Zoe Backstead broke the Under 16 2,000km Pursuit Record in 2.27.605 on our Ethereal front and rear discs.