Hard work starting to pay off for Verulam ReallyMoving.com cycling team

PUBLISHED: 13:00 12 April 2017 | UPDATED: 13:00 12 April 2017

Verulam ReallyMoving.com's Paul McGrath (right) on the podium after coming second in the Loveli Cinelli Road Race.

Verulam ReallyMoving.com's Paul McGrath (right) on the podium after coming second in the Loveli Cinelli Road Race.


The newly-formed racing team out of Verulam Cycling Club are already starting to see the fruits of their hard work.

Verulam ReallyMoving.com had a number of teams out and about at the weekend and they came back with some impressive results.

Paul McGrath picked up second place at the Loveli Cinelli Road Race in Leighton Buzzard on Sunday after getting into race-winning break.

Unfortunately he was teamed with two riders Sigma Sport riders who used their numerical advantage to clinch the win.

Behind Luke Houghton led the bunch sprint for fourth thanks to great work from his lead-out man Gavin Bench.

And also on Sunday, Jared Millar was second in the GS Vecchi Road Race, organised by the League of Veteran Racing Cyclists (LVRC) near Basingstoke.

In the D race there was a fourth place for Nick Coe with Martin Plumb on place further back.


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