Isaac Wright chalked up is first top 10 placing in Belgium today in the Koekelare 1.12B Kermis race.
Mikey rode his first Interclub race, a high level Belgian amateur race series, the Wingene Koers. Riding for Baguet Indulek-Doltcini-Derito Cycling Team, Mikey came in a brilliant 14th place in a long, hot, tough race, guided all the way by his Project 51 mentor and coach Olly Moors.
Photo: Eddy Verhulst.
Still in her first season, 17 year old Grace Davies won the Southampton Sporterium town centre crit.
Mikey Weavers has just earnt himself riding for the Baguet Indulek-Doltcini-Derito Cycling Team, based in East Flanders. The opportunity gives Mikey exposure to competing in the next level of races, Interclubs.
In previous seasons the team have had Project 51 riders Dan gardner and Olly Moors in their ranks.
Isaac Wright latest stint in Belgium started with a solid weekends racing, gaining two solid finishes in the pointy end of the race at Oosterzele on Saturday and Steenhuize on Sunday.
This week he rides Koekelare on Thursday and Schellebelle on Saturday.
Megan Panton continued her progression yesterday, making the break in the Grote Prijs Tania De Jonge race in Nedehasselt, East Flanders. This was the latest goal Megan had set herself for her development.
Mikey Weavers put in a top ride in the Oordegem Kermis in East Flanders. Mikey made the key break, which included many of the Flanders big hitters. In the break with Mikey was his Project 51 mentor Olly Moors who was full of praise for Mikey's Strong and mature riding. Mikey ended up 15th place in the race.
In his second to last race before leaving to finish off his season in the Project 51 house in Belgium, Isaac Wright took a fine win in the Crawley Wheelers / Surrey League Road race at Sharpthorne, Sussex.
In this troubled year we're having, Megan Panton finally got to return to Belgium and join her UCI team Multum Accountants Ladies CT. She safely finished in the pack in a 110 strong starting line up in Haasdonk.