Team Raleigh–GAC

Team Raleigh
Team information
UCI code RAL
Registered United Kingdom
Founded 2010 (2010)
Discipline Road
Status UCI Continental
Bicycles Raleigh
Website Team home page
Key personnel
General manager Cherie Pridham
Team manager(s) Eddie White, Eric Berthou
Team name history
Team Raleigh
Team Raleigh-GAC
Team Raleigh
Team Raleigh-GAC


Team Raleigh (UCI Team Code: RAL) are a British UCI Continental cycling team.[1][2]


Founded in 2010 Team Raleigh's primary sponsor is the Raleigh Bicycle Company who supply the team's bicycles. The team is also sponsored by a roster of additional sponsors[3] including GAC Logistics, Škoda Auto, Don Amott and iPro. The team rides senior professional events in the United Kingdom and Europe, other than the Grand Tours and UCI ProTour races. For the 2011 season they expanded the team to 12 riders [4] and in 2013 they expanded again to 14 riders.[5] In December 2013 it was announced that Bernard Hinault would work with the team in a "patron" role for the 2014 season.[6]

Major results

1st Stage 6 Vuelta Mexico, Daniel Holloway[7]
Tour Series sprints jersey winner, Bernard Sulzberger[8]
Tour Series Round 6 (Peterborough) Team win
Tour Series Round 9 stage win, Graham Briggs (Colchester)
Tour Series Round 10 stage win, Bernard Sulzberger (Stoke-on-Trent)
1st Prologue Tour de Normandie, Tom Scully
1st Stage 3 Tour de Normandie, Alexandre Blain
1st Overall Tour of the Reservoir, Evan Oliphant
1st Stage 2, Evan Oliphant
Pearl Izumi Tour Series
Round 1 (Kirkcaldy), Team win
Round 2 (Durham), Team win
Round 7 (Redditch), 1st, Tom Scully
Round 12 (Ipswich), 1st, Tom Scully
1st IG Markets London Nocturne, Tom Scully
1st Stafford Grand Prix, Tom Scully
1st Gouesnou Cyclo-cross, Matthieu Boulo
1st Eddie Soens Memorial Race, Ian Wilkinson[9]
1st Severn Bridge Road Race, Alexandre Blain
1st Evesham Vale Road Race, Yanto Barker
1st Stage 2 Tour of the Reservoir, Evan Oliphant[10]
1st Lincoln Grand Prix, Yanto Barker
1st Scottish Road Race Championship, Evan Oliphant
1st Tour Series Round 7 (Redditch), Matthieu Boulo
1st Elite Circuit Series (Stockton Festival of Cycling), George Atkins
1st Overall Elite Circuit Series, George Atkins
1st Stafford Kermesse, Morgan Kneisky
1st Grenchen Track championships (Madison), Morgan Kneisky
1st Overall Premier Calendar Road Series, Yanto Barker
1st UCI Track World Cup – London (Team pursuit), Mark Christian
1st UCI Track World Cup – London (Madison), Mark Christian
1st Wally Gimber RR, Karol Domagalski
1st Crit on the Campus Stirling, Evan Oliphant

World champions

World Track championships (Madison), Morgan Kneisky

Team roster

As of 10 February 2015.[11]
Rider Date of birth
 Calvin Beneke (RSA) (1991-12-24) 24 December 1991
 Karol Domagalski (POL) (1989-08-09) 9 August 1989
 Andy Hawdon (GBR) (1976-05-03) 3 May 1976
 Morgan Kneisky (FRA) (1987-08-31) 31 August 1987
 Steven Lampier (GBR) (1984-03-02) 2 March 1984
 Samuel Lowe (GBR) (1994-01-20) 20 January 1994
Rider Date of birth
 Matti Manninen (FIN) (1992-07-20) 20 July 1992
 Bradley Morgan (GBR) (1991-04-17) 17 April 1991
 Evan Oliphant (GBR) (1982-01-08) 8 January 1982
 George Pym (GBR) (1994-05-30) 30 May 1994
 Liam Stones (GBR) (1989-07-23) 23 July 1989
 Ian Wilkinson (GBR) (1979-04-14) 14 April 1979


  1. UCI
  2. "Team Raleigh: Team Profile". Cycling Weekly. 16 March 2010.
  3. Our Sponsors
  4. "Team Raleigh expands for 2011". Cycling Weekly. 25 November 2010.
  5. "Team Raleigh 2013 launched with the help of some special guests". Team Raleigh News.
  6. Henrys, Colin (6 December 2013). "Tour de France legend Bernard Hinault becomes Team Raleigh patron". Roadcycling UK. Retrieved 11 December 2013.
  7. Cycling News. "Vuelta Mexico 2012: Stage 6 Results -".
  8. "Sulzberger wins final Tour Series round in Stoke on Trent". Team Raleigh News.
  9. "Raleigh's Ian Wilkinson wins Eddie Soens Memorial - Cycling Weekly". Cycling Weekly. 1 March 2014.
  10. "Oliphant wins Stage 2 of the Tour of the Reservoir". Team Raleigh. Raleigh UK Ltd. 13 April 2014. Retrieved 21 April 2014.
  11. UCI World Tour. Union Cycliste Internationale Retrieved 10 February 2015. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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