Some members of the organising TMG Horizon team
Some members of the organising TMG Horizon team

TMG Horizon Road Race


TMG Horizon Road Race


Simon Whiten


TMG Horizon Road Race moves up a gear for 2014


Following three successful events since 2011, the TMG Horizon Road Race moves up to National B status for 2014.


Some members of the organising TMG Horizon team

Some members of the organising TMG Horizon team


“We’ve had some great feedback since we started,” explains organiser Neil Wass, “and back in 2011, we knew that demand for events like this was on the rise, but we couldn’t have anticipated by quite how much.”


The rise of cycling means that there is still huge demand for events in the lower 3rd and 4th categories and a significant number of organisers cater for this knowing that they are guaranteed a full field. This has a downside for the higher category riders though…


“I’ve been told by a number of local higher category riders that they struggle to get the race miles in to maintain their form. Whilst it’s great to have so many new riders coming in to the sport, the danger is it’s a dead end if we can’t offer the more challenging races. To build on this and keep the domestic sport on its growth curve, we obviously need a good race calendar at all levels, so we decided to do our bit to help.”


The TMG Horizon trophy will be run over 143km on the lumpy Cublington Circuit in Buckinghamshire on June 29th. It’s for E123 riders, starting at 09:30 from the Cottesloe School in Wing.


“We’ve seen some great racing here over the years,” says Neil. “But last year’s was a belter. Seeing the winner, Doug Coleman of CC Luton, overhaul Danny Axford of Arctic Tacx RT on the finish climb was a real crowd pleaser.”

Online entry is now open at using the RiderHQ system. Early entries will not be handicapped as entrants will be able to update their points tally as the season progresses to help with seeding.

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  1. July 1, 2014

    […] TMG Horizon Cycling Team staged their 4th annual Road Race on Sunday. Upgraded to National B Status for 2014, organiser Neil Wass explained that the team wanted to help higher categories of rider develop; particularly the younger riders who often struggle with travel to find sufficient fixtures – see our previous story here. […]

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