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Jesse Yates

Jesse’s Dad is legendary Tour de France cyclist Sean Yates so
it is no surprise that he’s a natural on the bike.  Formally of Team Wiggins Jesse stopped riding professionally a number of years ago but he’s still loves time in the saddle especially now he has discovered gravel. 

Last year he headed to Spain for Hutchinson Ranxo a 160 km gravel race across the barren landscape of the Pyrenees.  “It’s
like the Wild West out there, and it doesn’t take any prisoners. I signed up to the race because I like riding gravel and racing and the gravel aspect is a bit
epic.” Said Jesse “The T47 took a beating. Unlike carbon bikes, it’s
bombproof, which is what you need when stones are flying everywhere.”

Jesse rides Gradient T47

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Petra Wiltshire

Petra played hockey at both junior & national league before becoming a pro mountain bike racer. She won several National, European and International downhill races and is three time winner of UCI Downhill MTB Masters World Champion.

Recently she qualified for UCI Gran Fondo World Championship happening in Scotland in August 2023.  This year will also see her tackle the gruelling Badlands an 800km unsupported race across Spain.

“I just love racing,” she says. “I love being in an environment with all these people doing the same thing and I always want
to push hard for myself.”

Petra rides Gradient T47 and Fusion

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Elaine Burroughs

Elaine is a one-woman cycling enigma. Read More.


2022 saw her ride her very first ultra, the hugely
challenging Pan Celtic, an unsupported race across Ireland covering 1020 miles.  It would be an achievement to finish such a
race but Elaine went on to win it finishing in a staggering 5 days, 17 hours
and 34 minutes and became the 2022 Woman’s Champion.  Read More


2023 sees her tackle 6 audaxing rides a total of
2424 km from March 23 to June 23 plus and 3 bike packing adventures including The Gralloch / UCI Gravel World Series in May and the long-distance Paris-Brest-Paris
 in August, a whopping 1200km.


Elaine loves nothing more than the puzzle of getting all her bike
packing kit on her bike and is known to knock up a mean spreadsheet.



Elaine rides a Gradient & T640D

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Vic Haynes

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