Schelling & Hartley stay in the Top 5 overall in Aosta

Schelling & Hartley stay in the Top 5 overall in Aosta

After yesterday's success, that saw Ide Schelling taking the stage win as well as the leaders and KOM jersey, our guys kicked off the second road stage of the Italian that featured the first mountaintop finish. The race started with several attempts to make it up the road, but it was not until well entered into the stage that a group of 12-riders distanced the peloton. Our Ide Schelling, yellow jersey wearer for the day, had a mechanical problem at the beginning of the second-to-last climb of the day, which forced him to chase…continue reading →
How did Adam Hartley start in cycling?

How did Adam Hartley start in cycling?

At just 19 years old, Adam Hartley powered to eighth overall in the Tour d'Alsace after placing second in the team prologue and solidly riding up the Planche des Belles Filles, but Hartley's journey in cycling started around the age of 10. The Brit youngster came to the sport from 7-aside football and initially competed in sprint triathlons, but shortly after he decided to fully focus in cycling and cyclo-cross in the winter months. Adam made his first steps in the Manchester velodrome and already at U16 level, he got the first taste of…continue reading →
Adam Hartley will ride for the Academy in 2019

Adam Hartley will ride for the Academy in 2019

We are happy to announce that Adam Hartley will join the Academy from 2019 onwards. The British climber feels excited and happy ahead of the opportunity, after having a tough beginning of the season after carrying an injury on his wrist after a hard accident. "I am very happy to sign for the SEG Racing Academy. Following two years in the U23 Great Britain Team, I feel like it is the best platform to progress", points out the talented bike rider who today turns 20 years old.  Hartley, who this season already sized a…continue reading →