GB Cycling Team Rider Biography
Revised January 2015

Andy Fenn

Road and Track
Current Team: Team Sky
DOB: 01.07.1990 | From: Hertfordshire | Based: Belgium

About Andy

Andy joined Welwyn Wheelers at the age of 12 and was spotted by British Cycling’s Talent Team.

Fenn joined the British Cycling Olympic Development Programme in November 2006 and in 2008 he won the junior version of the Paris Roubaix.

In 2010, Fenn went on to win the British under-23 road title during a two-year spell with the British Cycling Academy Programme in Italy, before signing a one year deal with An Post-Sean Kelly team for the 2011 season.

In the same year, riding for Great Britain, he won the bronze medal in the Under 23 Road Race at the UCI Road World Championships.

Fenn signed for Omega Pharma-Quick Step in 2012 and went on to record victories in the Trofeo Palma, Trofeo Migjorn and Tour de l'Ain.

Andy is also a competent track rider, winning two gold medals on the track in the 2008 European Championships and a bronze medal in the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Beijing 2011.

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Andy Fenn: Selected Career Highlights to Date


Gullegem Koerse (Belgium)



Trofeo Palma (Mallorca)



Trofeo Migjorn (Mallorca)



Tour de l'Ain (France)

1st, Stage 2 (TTT)


UCI Road World Championships, Copenhagen (Denmark)

Bronze, Under-23 road race


Tour de Bretagne (France)

1st, Stage 7


UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Beijing (China)

Bronze, Team pursuit


UEC Junior European Championships Pruszków (Poland)

Gold, Team pursuit,

Gold, Individual pursuit


Paris-Roubaix Juniors (France/Belgium)