New Monument Cycling features
You’re here, so you can’t have missed the news - Monument Cycling has had a revamp! As we expand to include more than just a few races, we’re also branching out to supply you with content, news, and results for the whole country, not just the Monument Cycling ecosystem. You’ll be able to find a rundown of new features in our announcement.
Why new features? They’re free for you and fun for us to make, plus it gives us something else to do. Have a read to find out more.
What’s this? A hashtag? Why yes, it is, and you wouldn’t believe how much of a pain it is to come up with catchy, unused hashtags on social media. Don’t even get me started on coming up with a name for a new race promoter!
Monument Cycling was always meant to be more than a faceless organisation running races. In light of that, we’re looking for community contributions; we want to talk about what you’re talking about and whatever interests you at any given time. Nobody likes to feel left out - certainly not us, and definitely not you!
You can find out more by following this link to the #monumentcc page.
British continental blog
There’s a new blog in town that’s caught our eye – The British Continental. Who is it? Nobody knows. But what we do know is they write well, they write lots, and they write bloody interesting stuff!
If you’re after something a bit different from the normal racing news, we can recommend this particularly candid interview with Daniel Whitehouse, a 24 year old making waves, but relatively unheard of in the UK. After spending 2014 with Rapha Condor-JLT, he moved to the Asian racing circuit, but has settled with the Irish registered EvoPro Racing for 2019.
This is a great piece that really gives us, the readers, an insight into the world of a British pro abroad.
This week, we present the blinding pre-season form that comes from a month or two in Calpe, courtesy of Richardsons-Trek RT rider Matt Clements. Formerly of Catford-Equipe, now he’s all up in your grill with his trolley based skills.
The previous week, as seen through the lens of our camera. Like what you see? Why not give us a follow.