British Cycling has today announced the two riders who will represent the Great Britain Cycling Team at the Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Zeven, Germany, on Saturday 25 November.
Daniel Tulett, who won silver in the junior men’s race at the 2017 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, will ride in his first world cup event of the season in the under-23 men’s race.
Ben Tulett will ride in the junior men’s race, following his bronze medal at the UEC Cyclo-cross European Championships in Tabor and victory in round three of the HSBC UK | National Trophy in Shrewsbury earlier this month.
British Cycling’s cyclo-cross co-ordinator Matt Ellis said:
“We’re all really excited to see Dan make the transition to the under-23 men’s category, in what will be his first world cup event of the season. Similarly we’re hoping for a strong performance from Ben after some great rides in the past few weeks.
“We’re expecting a tricky course in Zeven, with large grass areas making it very susceptible to mud in the rain. Last year’s event attracted some great crowds and we’re sure it will be the same again on Saturday.”
British riders Nikki Brammeier and Helen Wyman will also compete in the elite events for their respective trade teams.
Great Britain Cycling Team for Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup, Koksijde