British team Vitus Pro Cycling announces line-up of riders

British-based UCI Continental team Vitus Pro Cycling unveils youthful line-up of riders for the 2018 season

Adam Kenway.

(Image credit: Andy Jones)

British UCI Continental team Vitus Pro Cycling launched on Monday, January 1, and the outfit unveiled 10 riders of its 12-man roster on Thursday.

The squad mainly consists of younger riders, with the team having an average age of just 22. Also present in the line-up is 2016 British hill-climb champion Adam Kenway, who joins the team from Raleigh-GAC.

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