JLT Condor made it three wins from three in the 2016 Pearl Izumi Tour Series with Jon Mould crossing the line first in Motherwell on Tuesday evening.
Mould crossed the line ahead of Raleigh GAC‘s Albert Torres and Condor teammate Ed Clancy to continue the team’s excellent start to the Tour Series and increase their lead over Madison Genesis to five points.
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Condor won both the team time trial and the criterium race in the opening round on the Isle of Man on May 12, with Mould continuing his streak of individual wins.
“Four years on the trot now that I’ve won an individual round since I started in 2013 with the first Tour Series I rode, it’s a nice habit to keep going,” he said after the race.
“It’s nice, it adds a bit more to it. It’s harder to win in the leader’s jersey to be honest. The team takes precedent over everything else, so when you’ve got an opportunity to win in it it’s really nice.
“We need to keep going, it’s only two rounds in and there’s a long way to go. One mistake or one problem and you’re on the back foot and chasing for the rest of the night.”
There was also a popular win for Scottish rider Eileen Roe in the Matrix Fitness GP series, beating Lincoln GP winner Alice Barnes (Drops Cycling), national crit champion Nikki Juniper (Ford Ecoboost) and Annasley Park (Team Breeze).
Drops Cycling lead the overall standings in the competition by 19 points from Team Breeze after the first round.