Tag Archives: Kit Gilham
Bike racing isn’t an easy sport. It’s difficulty has driven its aficionados to staggeringly desperate lengths, but the challenge is part of the attraction. Other sports are far simpler. Swimming and Running might have elements of pacing and tactics, and take enormous … Continue reading
Kit Gilham wins the Sam Walton memorial Road Race and explains how textbook teamwork helped secure the win. Read his account in Tales from The Green Room.
Massive win | Tales from the Green Room.
Clear in a three-man break for over half of the 77-mile race, Kit Gilham (Herbalife-Leisure Lakes Bikes.com) proved strongest in the final sprint to win the seven-lap Neil White Memorial Road Race in North Yorkshire. Gilham, from York, team-mate Alastair … Continue reading
Le Tour de France | Tales from the Green Room.
We’re almost halfway through June, the busiest period of the UK domestic racing season. The Halfords Tour Series has just two of the eleven rounds remaining: Woking on Tuesday 12th and Stoke on Thursday 14th. The Herbalife Leisure Lakes Bikes … Continue reading
When the weather gets hot the team have shown no end of determination. A great win for Simon Baxter in the Sam Robinson memorial Road Race in Scotland. In Derbyshire Kit Gilham narrowly missed the win, being pipped on the … Continue reading
Photo Gallery The Halfords Tour Series is now well under way and after travelling to Kirkcaldy for the first round on a sunny and breezy evening the team then made their way to Durham where they tackled the brutally steep … Continue reading
Herbalife Leisure Lakes Bikes.com cut it’s first teeth of the season at the Velo 29 promoted North East Trophy this Saturday. A handicap race around the Croft motor racing circuit south of Darlington saw 145 starters, but not nearly as … Continue reading
Training has started in ernest within Team Herbalife Leisure Lakes Bikes.com and to assist in the preparation for the forthcoming season the team have been attending the University of Chester’s Sports and Exercise Sciences laboratory, where team rider Richard Bott … Continue reading