Olympic individual pursuit champion Rebecca Romero, Paralympic and World Champion Jody Cundy and under-23 MTB Worlds silver medallist Annie Last will be at this week’s Cycle Show in London.
The three cycling stars will be on the British Cycling stand and on the Go-Ride test track at various points throughout the show, which opens to the public on Friday, October 8.
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Rebecca Romero MBE, who won gold in the Individual Pursuit in 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, will be signing autographs on Friday 8 October at 11.30am-12pm, 12.30pm-1pm and 2pm-3.15pm. There will also be ‘An audience with Sean Kelly and Rebecca Romero’ at 4pm when David Harmon will conduct a question and answer session with the rider.
Annie Last, the new under-23 mountain bike Worlds cross country silver medalist, will be signing autographs on Saturday 9 October at 11am-12pm, 2-2.30pm and 3-3.30pm. She will also be on stage at 12:30pm for ‘An Audience with Competitive Women’ to do a Q&A session with David Harmon.
Multiple World and Paralympic Champion Jody Cundy MBE, who has recently posted a new world record at the British National Track Championships, will also be available to talk to the public and sign autographs on Sunday 10 October at 11.30am-12pm, 12.30-1pm and 2-3.15pm.
In addition to the three cyclists, Bradley Wiggins’ Team Sky time trial bike will be on British Cycling’s stand painted up in British TT champion colours. British Cycling (stand E17) will be offering a discount on membership during the show.