Future Stars Revolution

As another season of Revolution commences, we?ll be privileged once again to see some exciting racing from a combination of the very best road and track athletes. A key to the success of the Revolution has been the determination to provide opportunity to riders as well as versatility to spectators. Amongst the world champions and trade team professionals, a selection of promising youths have the chance to perform in front of a capacity crowd.

The Future Stars is now in its fourth year and continues to grow from strength to strength. Previous competitors Ian Stannard, Ben Swift and Andy Tennant have all made the leap to British Cycling?s Olympic Academy, a dream that will be shared by many of the current Future Stars. In further testament to the success of the Future Stars project, Stannard and Swift both recently acquired stagier contracts with professional outfits T-Mobile and Barloworld.

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