Ian Manders

  I started out doing triathlon as a way to cope with the expanding waistline of my early 30s, but never progressed above sub-average. Then in 2012 I found out that I was going to be a dad, which would put an end to 5:30am swim sessions (hooray) and decided to give up triathlon and…

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Stevie Biddulph

Steve is fairly new to the sport of cycling having only been in the saddle for 7 years.  Prior to cycling Steve was a keen sportsman excelling in all sports particular football where he eventually played semi-professional football in Germany.  However, the day eventually came when his knees would  fall off and thought that he…

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Bob Awcock

Bob had his first two wheeled bike aged 8, his parents not having a car it became his major means of transport. By the age of 15 he had a decent sports bike, used for commuting and youth hostelling. As a junior he rode time trials, massed start road races, and track racing.  Career took…

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Sean Sleigh

Sean has been competitively cycling since the age of 15. He was a member of Mercia cc, Plan B and Lichfield CCC during his cycling life and is now excited about riding for Born to Bike RT. He has preferred the time trial discipline and has competed frequently in individual and tandem events. During his…

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Kevin Stokes

I started racing in 1975 at 12 for Verulam Cycling Club in St Albans as a schoolboy, I raced untill 1980 when work and girls got in the way.  After marriage and children I came back to cycling in 1996, how hard could it be … well it was an eye opener. I joined the Icknield…

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Dave Pemberton

Dave was introduced to BorntoBike in October 2010 and began to ‘cut his teeth’ at time trials during 2011.  It was in 2012 that Dave had his major breakthrough and was a member of the National 24 Hour Championship winning team with Lynne Biddulph & John Cornfield.  Dave likes to race over any distance but prefers…

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Edgar Reynolds

Ed came into cycling after 2002 following 30 years in athletics; or to be more accurate – a low impact sport was required after numerous surgery interventions over time on both knees, legs and ankles, probably the effect of heavy road training and 200 plus marathons, numerous ultras and 24 Hour track events. His last race was in Brittany to…

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John Cornfield

John has been cycling for 5 years and competing for 4 years as he had a year in 2015 to continue with his professional development. It all started when John’s Dad was organising a 90 mile cycle ride for charity, he had to get cycle fit for that and then soon caught the bug. John…

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John McLaren

John started out as a promising young 100m/200m sprinter. After just one season he lowered his 100m PB to 11.2s. Unfortunately, after this he battled with countless injuries, never giving up on bettering his times. A couple of seasons later, John helped his team became Scottish National Under-20 4 x 100m Relay Champions and lowering…

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