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August – Currently in the sun

Currently I’m in Tenerife for the Vuelta a la Isla de Tenerife, a 4 day stage race in the mountains. Back to the sun it’s 27 degrees at the moment, perfect for me. After an okay August of racing in the UK I’ve been looking forward to getting back to racing abroad thanks to the Lewis Balyckyi trust fund.

During this race we have a 7 man team which we are looking for fight for the Gc as well as individual stages. My self I’m looking to get a stage win and trying to contend the gc. It’s mega hilly over here to should suit me.

Over the month I’ve been concentrating on training for this event as well as the final foreign race of the year at the end of September, looking to hit a peak for both of these. With my coach Roy Holmes altering my training towards these targets my training has changed slightly mainly consisting of longer efforts and more multiple shorter efforts. Varying the training helps me keep motivated to hit these targets.

Only a short blog for now and it will follow with an update at the end of this stage race as well as daily updates via social media.

Thanks to the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund for supporting me this year and getting me to all of these international races with still more to come.

Also to all the sponsors for the kit enabling me to compete with all the equipment I need.

Facebook

• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

• TBW23 Stuart Hall Cycling Gett Taxi Bottecchia

Twitter

• @holmescyclinguk

•@LewisBTrustFund

Thanks to the sponsors

Thanks to the sponsors…

TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

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Summers over

The sun has gone for many but not for me, as at the end of August I’m off to Tenerife for the Vuelta de Isla Tenerife. This is a 4 day stage race consisting of 5 stages, after that I’ll be back home for 5 days before jetting off to China for the Tour of Poyang lake, in my eyes one of the best races in the world! I can’t wait and using the month of August month to prepare to try and make sure I peak for these races. Also a few big British races beforehand.

July had been up and down for me with a few crashes and few good results. First solid results was the National A Leverhulme Grand Prix. Quite local race me on a course I’ve not ridden I was looking forward to it. There was some decent riders there so was prepared to have a tough race. From the gun there were attacks going off and after about 3 Laps the winning break went which I missed as they countered my attack straight over the top of me. This break has 2 super strong riders which were hard to bring back. But I reset and tried to get into a counter break which I did. With a pro rider and 3 others, the five of us managed to get out of sight. The hard part was yet to come for me with the jumping around, my weak point in cycling. 4 Laps to go it started, I was able to close what I could until a rider from vitus pro cycling jumped around me into the headwind leaving a gap I just couldn’t close. I was then left riding around on my limit wondering if I was going to get caught, luckily for me a group of 3 came across to me and I rode with those guys to the finish for a 12th place, a hard race for me not being suited to it but I was happy with how it went and how the legs were.

Another good race was the Colne Gp. I enjoy this town centre circuit as it fast and flowing which for a crit is good for me rather than the tighter ones. With the help from my coach he gave me advice on what and when to do it so I was ready to go knowing I was strong enough to win this race. Was fast from the start but I was feeling good, sat in the middle of the bunch waiting for my time, 11 minutes in I went down in a crash just before the finish line, someone threw something onto he circuit I heard? Foolish and ruined my race and many others. So I was out and that was that but luckily both myself and my bike were fine.

Now I am going to be doing a solid block of training with some target races aswell as the longest National B road race in the country this month before heading abroad. These should help me prepare for longer stages on the bike and the repeated daily races. I do think stage races suit me much more than one day races, and having the experience from racing China last year I know what to expect both race and food wise, I will be taking a suitcase of my own food as I don’t want a repeat of last year to loose 8kg in a week from Illness.

After China I hope to do some more racing in Asia but we will see. I’d love to end the season with a few foreign stage wins to help me secure a team for next season. That’s my goal and helping me achieve this are The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund who help me get to these places, my coach who helps prepare me physically and all the sponsors of my team who supply me with all the equipment I need to race at the top level. All I need to do now I win.

Thanks to all the support from everyone you can follow there social media accounts below for regular updates, photos and news. Thanks for reading

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• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

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• @holmescyclinguk

•@LewisBTrustFund

Thanks to the sponsors

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TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

June – Summers arrived

I started June abroad In Montenegro for the Trofej Kuci stage race. As a whole the race went really well for me personally and for the team, with me finished 11th on the first stage despite there being a climb of 18 miles and 1500m elevation, I managed to time this effort perfectly enabling me and the small group I was with to still have the leaders in sight at the summit. With another 6 mile climb to go afterwards I managed to drop my group and solo to the end for 11th place. Also having 7th and 10th from my team mates left us up there for options for the next day.

The next day was again another hilly day, not as servers as the first but still 2x500m climbs. This day was a morale dropping day for me as I was chasing a group in front the whole time solo after a problem before the first climb. I was alone until the line for about 2 hours. Luckily other teams would come beside and refill and feed me in the heat even though the water was still warm. I finished 19th on GC could of been better but after being invited back for the 2019 edition aswell as other UCI races I and my team mates will know what to expect.

Arriving home on the Wednesday I had another local stage race the upcoming weekend, the Dave Hitchen stage race. The first stage was round a flat circuit, I went with every move at the begging and needed up being in the break of 16 riders, of which everyone had a team mate expect me. Aware of this and knowing what was going to happen towards the end of the race I pulled through respectively to everyone else despite being moaned at with the words “it doesn’t make a difference” if someone had 4 team mates or 1, where we all know it makes all the difference, Saint piran who had 4 riders started to counter attack 3 Laps to go, going with as many as I could until eventually a group of 5 got away, still chasing I did all I could as a line rider but they managed to stay away, abiut 1 mile I attacked the group and just got caught by 3 riders finished in 9th on the first stage. The 2nd stage was a team time trial around the infamous Pimbo, 2 Laps and all go play for. After stage one my legs where shot with the TTT only being 1 hour after. We began with a plan and thanks to my team mates I made round after they pulled me doing some big turns and managing to finished in 6th. The next day was the 3red and finally stage around a sappy old course brought back into use. Again we had a plan to try and ensure I high position on GC for myself. The race began and a team mate of mine was up the road leaving it all the play for with the GV contenders, on about the 5th lap I was on the front and before I knew it I had a 50 second gap with the rider 1 place behind on me on GC, at this point I thought I might aswell go the win overall than settle for a top 10. By the end it didn’t pay off being caught 2 Laps to go, but I was happy with my riding as a lot of people would of just settled for a top 10 but all I wanted to do was win. You have to lose some to win some.

A town centre crit was on the cards next something that isn’t my strong but I thought I’d give it a go. Anyway after attacking 6 Laps to go a managed to ride away and take the win, surprised but happy to win something that doesn’t suit me at all. Good prep for the National criterium champs this month.

Through July the racing kicks back off again with Bristol GP, the National Criterium championships followed by Stockton GP and then the elite Criterium series. With some big stage races in Tenerife, China, Tobago and Indonesia I’m hoping for some big results over the next 2 months going into these.

A big thanks for the support from The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund enabling me to go abroad and ride all these races, without them would become a impossible task. Fund there social media below.

Also thank to all the sponsors and my coach Roy Holmes of Holmes cycling.

Twitter

• @LewisBTrustFund

•@holmescyclinguk

Facebook

• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

• TBW23 Stuart Hall Gett Taxi Bottecchia

Thanks to the sponsors

TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

May – Abroad again

She photobombed me

The suns finally arrived! Makes riding the bike so much more enjoyable, plus you get a nice tan!

So May has been a busy month, leading up the last race which is my target for this month in Montenegro, the Trofej Kuci stage race. To prepare for this I’ve had a 3 week training block from my coach Roy Holmes with varying training sessions aswell as a couple of races added in.

One of which was the Jack Campbell memorial up in Scotland. Doing this race last year where I came 3rd I knew and liked the course so was hoping for the top step. Again it was 24 degrees and blue skies but with the course being in the open it was quite windy. Warmed up and ready to go I places myself right at the front ready to start in with action from the gun. A few attacks went but I knew that the climb coming up would be where something if anything would manage to get away. With a KOM cash prize I first of all set my sights on that, about 1/4 of the way up the climb o attacked bridging across to 3 riders and going straight past them for about another 2km to take the KOM. First goal achieved. Next I took a look behind and couldn’t see anyone apart from 2 of the 3 riders, so on the descent I waited for these and then we pushed on shortly being joined by another 4 riders. This ended up being the break of the day, on from this was another cash prize being the Sprint. Again I wanted this so placed myself okay but on the front slightly to early but I still managed to put enough power down to make sure no once could come past me, YES I WON A SPRINT, a rare occasion for me so i quite happy. Soon after that a neutral service car came into the gap between us and the bunch so we could relax a little. We pushed on working together until the decent after climb where some traffic was ahead, this really slowed us down with one rider over taking the lead car, Instant DQ. We sat up thinking we would get caught but still no site of the bunch, I thought to myself just my luck for this to happen but not this time. Anyway I came to last 4/5 mile and there were 6 of us left. People start to miss turns which left only of us still pushing through, we turned back toward the finish for the last 2 miles and we started to attack each other, I managed to close 2 down but instantly got counter attacked until I couldn’t close the gap, I kept fighting but rolled across the line in 4th place. Happy enough but wish I didn’t do as much work earlier on.

On from this I was ready for Montenegro! A country I’ve never been to but with a prize pot of €5000 I was more than happy to go, and supported my the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund was made even easier for me to take this opportunity up. I arrived yesterday Wednesday 30th to a lovely 30 degrees. A very scenic country with some mega climbs of which we will be going up during the race. A international field which our team does not know we are yet to see the competition, but with the prize money being good we know it’s going to be hard. A lot of climbing, sun and bike riding what could be better!

I’ve had a good month and good preparation with Holmescycling so I’m ready for this race. Another shorter update will follow this one about the race so keep your eyes out and thanks for reading.

Thanks to the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund for making things happen!

To my coach Roy Holmes of Holmescycling

To all the sponsors listed below

Find them all below

Facebook

• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

• TBW Stuart Hall Cycling Gett Taxi Bottecchia

• Holmes Cycling

Twitter

@LewisBTrustFund

•@holmescyclinguk

Sponsors

TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

April bike riding

So April I’ve had some big races with also big load of bad luck. Started April off with the first premier calendar of the year Chorley GP. My local race I was looking to have a good ride having the local knowledge of the course. Warmed up and ready to do I positioned myself right on the front ready to go. It all kicked off with a big break going which then meant the bunch sat back, making it very easy going up the climb for the first, at some parts even stopping. On the decent I had a slight problem being that I couldn’t change into the big ring, going down a decent at 50mph in the little ring doing 140rpm wasn’t ideal but I managed to hang on. I called my team car up to help me fix the problem which they did. Then as you do used the team car to get into the race, well until a commissaire came up to the car shouting to move from behind the car, I was quite confused as to why and then he shouted again otherwise the team car and I would be removed from the race, btw at this point another team car, no names mentioned flew past with 3 pro riders on the back in which I could reply as I was speechless, one rule for some and another for others. Anyway as I was told to remove myself from behind the car it was impossible for me to catch the bunch up even though I tried. Highly frustrated that my race had been ruined due to a unfair decision out of my control.

Onto the next weekend was the UCI 1.2 Cicle Classic. This would be my first time at the event and I was apprehensive as there’s always such big talk about the race and what happens, I.e punctures, crashes, many problems. Again met the team at the start, sun shining ready to go. I decided I’d try to get into the first break of the day, as soon as it went I attacked with a couple of other riders but soon to be closed, tried again but now realising nothing was going for a while. So I sat in the bunch chilling at 28mph until the first “Sector” meaning off road, potholes, grass, farm tracks, whatever it was. Instantly stuck behind the first crash of the day but also enjoying riding on these type of tracks. Carried on back through the convoy to regain contact with the bunch readying myself for the next sector. This sector had some huge craters, even making the team car puncture as-well as many others. Going round the last corner, bang the fate hit and I punctured. After being behind due to crashes already it was becoming a relentless chase again again and again back to bunch. Doing this multiple times took it out my legs ending in me being dropped from the bunch. Knowing that again it’s just bad luck I was happy with the legs even though this happened as you can only burn so many matches until you run out.

After lending wheels for the start of the season I managed to save up a little bit and with the help of the funding from the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund I was able to buy some amazing dura ace c35 carbon tubular wheels. Without the support I obviously wouldn’t of been able to buy these, so thanks again to the Trust Fund I’m really making a difference!

I have a busy month coming up with 2 Stage races, home and abroad throughout May as-well as Lincoln Grand Prix. The biggest target for this month being the Trofee Kuci stage race in Montenegro. A big race, big prize Fund, I’m hoping to get right up there on the stages with the support of my team mates hopefully we’ll be able to help each there come back with a win! I’ll be travelling out on the 30th of May for a week. I’ll ask be heading of to the Lewis Balyckyi Crits at Preston arena on Thursday nights to support my supporters and try to get a cheeky win.

I’d like to thank the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund again for supporting me, really makes a difference, Jason the team manager at TBW23 for giving us such a good race programme and support in the races trying to make our lives as easy as possible, and to my coach Roy Holmes for not just being a coach but a personal mechanic, mentor and friend.

Follow them below thanks for reading!

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• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

•TBW23

Twitter

@LewisBTrustFund

@Holmescyclinguk

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@TBW23

Sponsors

Thanks to the sponsors…

TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

March – Tour Ta Malta

So the season has begun and I was glad to luckily had the chance to race in the sunshine on my 2nd trip abroad of the year, this was to the Tour Ta Malta with the team.

With the weather in the UK again not being very good I couldn’t wait to get away. With the support from the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund I’m luckily able to get away near enough every month of the year to some stage races abroad and the Tour of Malta was the first one. This would be the first time I’d meet 3 of my new team mates out of a team of 6. We bonded pretty quickly with banter all around so I could already tell it was going to be a good trip.

I arrived on the Monday 19th, a day earlier than the rest of the team as this was the cheapest option, but it gave me another day of training in the sun where I rode to the capital Valletta. A centre of history from the war with many museums, statues and plaques all relating. The next day my team mates arrived and we all couldn’t wait to get racing!

Stage 1 – TT – an individual time trial on a rainy and windy day, typical but by the time I was ready to ride it dried up making it much better. I rode a time of 21.46 which put me in 21st position at the end. My NP power was 390w so I quite pleased with that, but the winning time by my team mate Josh Copley put him in the leaders jersey by a huge gap of 1m30s. Very happy we all were to take the first stage. Now the hard bit came to defending it.

Stage 2 – Again started wet but soon became dry ready to race. Having the defend the leader we had a plan, this being the hardest stage made it much harder to defend. After about half a mile the race was split, with a group of 14 and 5 of my team in we thought we had it in the bag. Halfway up the first climb on a Italian attacked which we didn’t follow thinking we would just gradually close him down, which never came around. Lap by lap this Italian rider was putting 1 minute per lap into us. Even when we were going through hard to bring him back we never pulled 1 second back….hard to believe but true. So leaving him we went to plan B which was to podium. The result, we 3rd place of stage 2 with Josh Housley stepping up. A hard day out but again we were all happy with another podium.

Stage 3 – The sprint stage was ahead of us, the sun was out which made it even better. With no leader to defend we decided that we would close every single move any rider made to make it possible for our team sprinter James Ambrose Parish to win the bunch sprint. Constant attacks kept going with 3 of us working to bring each and every one back, it was a great feeling knowing other team mates were willing to help and also sacrifice there own success for someone else’s. About halfway through we saw the leader struggling so as a team we decided to light it up Abit. This was extremely satisfying seeing 5 team mates drilling it dropping 3/4 of the field in about 1 minute, but the leader managed to stay with us, 4 laps from the end I attacked to try and go solo but it wasn’t to be as the Leader was also closing everything down so nobody could get a second on him. So it came to the last lap and we had the train ready for the sprint, round the last hairpin we got split up before the final straight which left only 2 riders together including the sprinter. It came to the line and a Italian rider celebrated the win, I was gutted….but only for 5 minutes finding out that he celebrated to early and James managed to win the sprint with josh in 3rd. Yet again another 2 podiums. Fantastic. Felt good to do so much work for the team and it to pay off.

Stage 4 – Cancelled – This Stage was going to be setup for myself being a hard lumpy day which would suit me, breakfast done, bikes ready, we walked to the front of the hotel only to be told the stage was cancelled due to bad weather conditions, annoyed I was but that’s the way it goes sometimes. Still we came away with 3rd GC, and 4 podiums from 3 stages. It was a great team performance and I can’t wait to race with the lads again.

April – A big month of races coming up with the first premier calendar, Chorley GP on the 15th. It’s going to be a hard 116 miles but let’s see what the legs can do, local to me so even more motivation to do well. The week after that is the UCI circle classic. Another 100+ mile race along dirt road, with normally many punctures and bad luck. This will be my first so hopefully luck will be on my side. Then after that on the 29th I’m off to Holland for the Wim Hendriks Trofee, a pan flat 160km race which is all out from the gun! Another race abroad being supported by the Trust Fund, wouldn’t be possible without them!

I hope all goes well for me and thanks for reading, follow me on social media for regular updates from my races and where I am in the world.

Thanks for all the support given by the Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund making the impossible possible. Also to my new team and all the sponsors (Below) and to my coach Roy Holmes.

Social media

Twitter – @LewisBTrustFund – @holmescyclinguk – @davidreece1

Instagram – davereece94 – TBW23

Facebook – The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

Thanks to the sponsors

TBW23. https://www.tbw23.com/

Stuart Hall Cycling. https://stuarthallcycling.co.uk/

Gett Taxi Uk. https://gett.com/uk/

TBW The Bike Warehouse www.thebikewarehouse.net

Bottecchia https://www.bottecchiauk.com/

SH+ www.shplus.com

SIS http://www.scienceinsport.com/

Lake shoes http://www.lakecycling.com/

TrainSharp  http://www.trainsharpcyclecoaching.co.uk/

Prosport Distribution http://www.prosportdistribution.com/

Chapeau http://www.chapeau.cc/

Velotoze http://www.velotoze.com

XIT http://www.prosportdistribution.com/products/xit-basewear/

Andrew Hillman fb.me/sportsmassageandrewhillman

Wigmore Cycling Club http://www.bc-clubs.co.uk/wigmorecc/

Pre Season

With the season nearly upon us, the winter has flown by. After completing my season with a couple of UCI races in Asia it’s nearly time to race again. Just somewhere not quite as scenic and with a slight weather change of about 30 degrees. My first race of the season is actually in my hometown of Skelmersdale round Pimbo, the Pimbo world champs. Always cold but always has a good field of riders it will be good to get the legs going again.

During my time in Asia racing I became really ill losing 6KG in weight resulting in me not performing aswell as I would of liked to. Still trying to help the team the best I could we still came away with 2 great results. Both being the sprint jersey in both races which was a great high to end the season on.

After flying back home and taking a few weeks off the bike to regain a healthy state training soon started again at the end of October. Easing back into it with some base miles followed by the next block of introducing some L3 work fitness was soon coming back with the great help from my coach Roy Holmes of Holmes Cycling. With me also having Raynauds, a condition which gives blood circulatory problems the garage of my coach and his smart trainer soon became a regular sight when the weather got really cold. Spain was in sight.

After Christmas the training began to increase before I headed off to spain, taking a cold with me. Easy riding in the sun for a few days soon got rid and I could focus of getting some hard training in with some of my new team mates in calpe, not forgetting sitting in the cafe for 3 hours post ride taking in the sun and a small amount of food. Going back home tomorrow is going to be a shock to the system with me going back to from 21 degrees to a high of -1….that should be fun.

This year I’m going to be riding for TBW23, a southern based team with links to a top Belgium squad. We will be riding Bottecchia bikes with shimano groupset, SH+ clothing and accessories and finishing it off with Lake shoes. A great set of kit and I can’t thank Jason Nind for sorting all of this out not only for me but for the whole aswell as a healthy looking race programme, already taking countries in like Montenegro, Malta, Belgium and Holland.

I’m looking forward to this having had a good winter, with the continued support of The Lewis Balyckyi Trust fund, the new team and coaching from Holmes Cycling I’m hoping to have a big season. Make sure to follow all of above on social media to keep upto date with what myself, the team and everyone else involved is getting upto.

Thanks for reading, I’m going to ride my bike to the cafe down at the beach ciao.

Facebook

• The Lewis Balyckyi Trust Fund

•TBW23

Twitter

•@LewisBTrustFund

•@Holmescyclinguk

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http://www.holmescycling.co.uk

•www.lbtf.org