Unanticipated levels of success delights management of Verulam Really Moving Racing Team

PUBLISHED: 09:59 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:15 01 November 2017

Verulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JUDITH PARRY

Verulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JUDITH PARRY

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Management of Verulam Really Moving have looked back with pride on a successful debut season.

Verulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JAMES FARRENVerulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JAMES FARREN

Formed last winter the race team of Verulam Cycling Club took second in the team competition of the Central Road Race League and had five in the top 20 of the individual rankings.

Team manager Liz McKie said: “I could never have anticipated the success the team would have.

“The camaraderie and support from other team members makes it so great to be part of.

“In an effort to further develop our team we have a signed a number of new women and junior riders for 2018 and I am really looking forward to the new season.”

Verulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JUDITH PARRYVerulam Really Moving's Tom Martin took third in the junior race at round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series. Picture: JUDITH PARRY

With the road events over, the cyclo cross season takes the focus and Tom Martin continued his fine form.

He was third junior at Grafham Water in round seven of the Eastern Cross League Series, a result matched by Michael Parry in the senior race.


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