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ROTOR Race Team

ROTOR Race Team currently have 50 members actively involved in events across the country.  We cover most main disciplines of racing and are happy to support a range of ability.  We're a friendly team with a wealth of experience, happy to encourage new riders and support development. If you're interested in becoming a member of the ROTOR Race Team don't hesitate to contact us or approach us at an event.



I discovered FAT bikes when in the snow capped mountains of Chamonix in 2015 and was instantly drawn to their looks, ride and sheer potential; it wasnt long before I had one of my own.  As a former XC mountain bike racer, i found new inspiration to rediscover competitive riding. In both 2021 & 2022 I won the FAT bike class at 'Battle on the Beach' and the Run & Ride 'Winter Classic'.

I have always enjoyed a challenge; have summitted a number of the rideable peaks in the lake district (including Helvellyn and Skiddaw) and supported cancer research when completing the 325km offroad Rat Race coast to coast route (traversing the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales & North York Moors) non-stop in sub 21 hours. I now look forward to the National FAT bike championships next month.


In 2020 I left road racing behind to start shredding trails and to re-find my love of riding again, this time riding off-road.  Thanks to the help of Rotor Race Team I have been able to develop into a fairly proficient competitor and achieve the following results in 2021;

Mud Sweat and Gears 2021 Eastern MTB XC Senior Male series champion 

Exposure 12hour MTB XC senior male pairs champions with Rotor Race Teammate Seb Herrod

3rd Eastern Region MTB XC championships

11th Brit Kings Cup British National Gravel Championships 

In 2022 the plan is to push my comfort zone further and race more National XC rounds, to move up to expert category and hopefully to race abroad.


I have been with the Rotor Race Team since it’s birth helping team manage and racing MTB and Cyclo-cross regularly winning the regional mtb and cyclo-cross championship titles over the years as well as reaching 21st in the vets category at the masters world champs and 28th in MTB masters world champs , I managed 10th at UCI 2019 4Stage race last year, always happy to support and help fellow teamies...


I joined Rotor Race Team at the beginning of the 2019 MTB season. My two main disciplines have always been off-road in cyclocross and MTB XC and I’ve recently just moved up to the expert category in MTB XC, so I look forward to getting stuck into a new season of racing and to begin to progress in a new field of riders!

I have been riding for Rotor Race Team since 2018 and compete mainly in XC and CX and a little bit of Road. I am in the youth category now and look forward to competing in the British Cycling National Series in XC and CX. I am hoping to get into the South East RSR. I really enjoy the Southern XC and MSG series in MTB and just finished the CX series racing in the London and Central leagues. One of my favourite races of the year is Brighton Big Dog. I love being a part of the team, such a great bunch of people...

This is my third year with the Rotor Race Team and second as an Elite XC rider. I also race cyclocross and on the road but my main aims this season are focusing on UCI Marathon Series races in Europe and the UK National Marathon Champs...

I started riding for Rotor Race team in 2018 and I specialise in Cyclocross and Mountain Bike XC. I am based in the Midlands although I have just finished the National Trophy CX series. I also finished 5th at the National Championship we won the Youth Team medal! I am now looking forward to the National Mtb season in 2020 before moving up to the Under 16 age category in September...

I joined Rotor Race Team in 2018 for my return to XC racing. After few years in the Enduro series in New Zealand, I have come back to my first MTB passion, cross-country, started in Italy almost ten years ago. I am moving to the BC Sport category for 2020 and I will be supported by Kona UK as well. I am proud to be part of such a great team!

Age: 14 / Disciplines: Cyclo-cross, MTB, Road / Recent Achievements: U14 Central Region Cyclocross Champion 2019/2020 season, Podium National Trophy Series 2019/2020, finishing series 5th Overall, U14 Boys Race Team National Cyclocross Champions 2019/2020 / I joined ROTOR during the 2019 Cyclocross season.

I joined Rotor in September 2018, having ridden trails for many years but not really much racing since BMX in the 80s. We were at a lot of races for my son Woody, so thought I might as well see what it’s all about and challenge myself. Turns out it’s very addictive! I even did the cyclocross season having once sworn that I’d never ride a drop bar bike or wear lycra. In 2020 I’m looking forward to: Southern XC series, Mud Sweat & Gears XC, National XC Series, Battle On The Beach, Brighton Big Dog, Coed Y Brenin Beast Unchained. In between that I’ll be doing some downhill and Enduro races and anything random that looks like a laugh...

I am the old man of the Team with a race age of 64. I race MTB and Cyclocross. My aim this year is to enjoy more events with the team and build for next year. Having already done the 4 day MTB stage race in Lanzarote, I'm am now looking forward to Battle on The Beach. I hope to still be competitive in the regional MSG events and plan to compete in some of the National Cyclocross races later in the year...

Mountain biking became my new hobby in 2014 and I entered my first races that year in the Eastern MSG and Winter Series’. Three years and an additional two bikes later and I started racing cyclocross as well. I joined Rotor Race Team in 2019 and love the camaraderie of it. I’m not a podium contender but I have improved each year to come from a bottom half finisher to top half. My aim this year is to cycle more and train harder to improve my performance and get higher places in my races. Racing in the Grand Vets category

Hi I'm Spencer, age 14. I have been racing cyclocross, xc and road for a few years now and I hope to keep improving. I'll hopefully have a great 2020 and some satisfying results through my season as an u14. I look forward to spending some time with my teammates and hope to meet new friends along the way.

This is my 2nd year racing with ROTOR race team. I race XC mtb and my main interests are marathon and endurance mtb races and stage races.

Hi I’m jack, I started racing MTB at age 7 then moved onto cyclocross and more recently road. I have raced national cyclocross for the last two years and this year I will be doing the national road season...

Hi my name is Dave Carr I’m an endurance mountain bike racer from the south coast. I mainly race 24hr or 12hr solo races but still enjoy the odd sprint race ! My main aim for 2020 is to finish strongly in this years Trans Alps, a 7 days stage race and this years British 24hr champs...

Hi, I’m Zoe and I joined Rotor at the start of 2021. I’ve been racing MTB XC since I was a teenager, and was selected for GB as a Junior for the World Championships in 1993 and 1994. Shortly afterwards I was hit by a car whilst out training and decided to take some time away from the sport. I didn’t get back into to racing ‘seriously’ until my kids started racing in about 2016, and have gradually improved my fitness and skills since then. I became Veteran Regional Champion in MTB XC and CX in 2017 and 2018, but then annoyingly crashed at Aston Hill and ruptured my ACL in April 2019. I recovered enough to win the MTB XC Regional Champs in 2019, but had ACLreconstruction surgery later that year. It’s been a long road to regain fitness, confidence and skills since then (plus more surgery) but hopefully in 2021 I’ll be gradually getting back to where I was and racing Southern XC, Central CXL and maybe some Nationals, plus a few road bike TTs to get fit!


I started my cycling journey at Redditch cycling club who gave me a passion for all cycling disciplines however I particularly love cyclocross and Mountain  biking, I also race track and road when time allows. I am British Schools national all round cycling champion for the last 2 years u13 and u15. I have also been on the podium in the National cx trophy and was 4th in the national MTB championships at Hadleigh 2018. In 2019 I was 3rd overall in the West mids cyclocross league. I have also raced cyclocross in Belgium. Going into the Junior ranks I decided to join Rotor because it’s a great supportive team with many riders participating in local and national events.  I was looking forward this year to more racing abroad but we all know how that has gone, I have been attending MTB training camps with the GB cycling team over the last 6 months which have been great for my cycling development. I use Rotor cranks with oval rotor rings and, power meters on all my bikes and they just work and give me the information I need to help my training and Racing. I can’t wait to get back to some racing and hopefully try my hand at some Enduro along with working towards doing well at National MTB and CX events over the next 12 months.



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