1904RT: the summer of 2019 so far

1904RT riders have been busy racing across the UK (venturing as far as the ‘Cold Dark North‘), and parts of Belgium and Spain this season – and now seems a good time to take stock of what’s been ticked off so far. Results have poured in from road races, crits and time trials – the…

International success and local wins

The 1904s have been busy in May, reeling in international wins as well as dipping their toes into National series races and winning at local circuits too.

1904RT riders hunt results over sunny Easter weekend

A sunny Easter weekend provided a perfect hunting ground for riders looking to hone form ahead of the peak racing months. Andy Critchlow topped off a tough weekend of racing with second place at round two of the National Masters series, held at Hog Hill. Critch, in his trademark style, attacked after just five laps,…

Chicken dinner for Critch and Pauls, podium for Arthurs-Brennan

Andy Critchlow won the TMG Attica Vets Road Race solo, finishing three minutes ahead of the next rider to enjoy victory. Critch executed his favourite tactic at Sunday’s 99 kilometre race in  Leighton Buzzard – attacking the peloton from the gun. The 45-year-old and his exceptionally cool looking 1904RT kit were never seen again by…

1904RT flag flying in Milton Keynes, Sussex and Walton

Six riders pulled on the new 1904RT kit over the weekend, picking up results across the country. In Walton (Leicestershire), Andy Critchlow attacked at the Flèche Waltone Percy Stallard vets road race, to ride solo for 30 miles. Eventually he was joined three more riders, with two laps to go. With a six minute lead,…

Critchlow 6th at Roy Thame Cup National B

Andy Critchlow was 6th in the Roy Thame Cup after spending 100 kilometers riding in the break with top UK riders including Dan Bigham. The 120 kilometer National B level race attracted a strong field, including riders from the Madison Genesis pro team, Saint Piran and regional squads representing Scotland and Wales. Riders had to…

Hills, sprints and pasta aplenty at 1904RT training weekend

The inaugural 1904RT training weekend saw riders tackle three rides over two days, on the sunniest weekend of the year so far – suggesting the team already has luck on its side from the line. An eager 35 riders took part in the stay-at-home training camp, which encompassed coaching points on bunch skills, sprinting and…

Hog Hill podium for Mathilde Pauls

Mathilde Pauls picked up third place at East London Velo’s Winter Series race on Saturday Feb 16, with Michelle Arthurs-Brennan scooping fifth. Results were hard fought, thanks to a small but incredibly top heavy field at the early season event (so early, we don’t have our team kit and had to race in incog black/white!)….

Race season underway with Perfs

1904RT’s inaugural season got underway this weekend, with three riders competing over a weekend characterised by high winds and incessant drizzle. Andy Critchlow demonstrated that his winter training is well on track, staying with the main bunch at the prestigious Perfs Pedal race to take 27th from an extremely strong 85 rider field. Best way to end…

1904RT – who are we?

Norwood Paragon (ancient cycling club) and Maison du Velo (Reigate based bike shop) have got real friendly over the last few years. The resultant lovechild: 1904RT. We’ve got a men’s and women’s squad, with some pretty exciting signings, and support from both of the above plus Lindfield Coffee Works – because everyone appreciates a good…