Blaine Davis

Kyle Evans

Liam Phillips

Cal Strickland

Blaine Davis - Blaine continues her rise in the sport, taking wins at National level in 2017, but her biggest success was a fantastic performance at the European Championships which saw her take the title in Junior Women.

DoB: 07/05/99

Club: Peckham

Beth Shriever - Beth has gone from strength to strength, 2017 saw her take the overall British BMX Series title in Superclass Women and to the delight of home fans, win the Junior Women title at the World Championships.

DoB: 19/04/99

Tre Whyte

Beth Shriever

Cal Strickland - Cal has been at the top of whatever class he's raced for what feels like forever, despite the fact he's only 27.  Effortlessly smooth, powerful, he's always a contender.

DoB: 10/08/90

Club: Manchester

Sponsors: Haro Bikes

Billy Luckhurst - Billy is one of the nicest guys in the sport. Always smiling and as he's also a fully qualified coach, willing to pass on his knowledge to other riders. He's also got a ton of skill and has wowed crowds with daring backflips over pro-sections in breaks between races.

With experience racing SX as well as podiums in National races, Billy is one of the top British riders not on any level of British Cycling supported programme. 

Paddy Sharrock - Paddy is another Wigan local (it must be something in the water. Or pies) with sublime skills. If Bruce Lee were to watch him, he'd describe his style as flowing like water, with speed and hidden grace. Or something like that. Who knows. He's always fun to watch.

Quillan Isidore - Quillan has had to cope with more than his fair share of injury setbacks in his career, but to his credit he's handled them like a seasoned pro and worked hard to come back stronger. On the bike he's developed the power to match the skills he's displayed since he first grabbed people's attention on the national circuit. Challenge Class World Champ in Birmingham 2012, Quillan has a bright future!

DoB: 17/10/96

Club: Peckham

Sponsors: Pure Bicycles, Sky Academy

Charlotte Green - Charlee has been at the front of races since her hair was short, she's a fearless competitor and whether it's a Supercross race or British BMX Series round, Charlotte can be found battling at the front. She doesn't quit!

Club: Cornwall

Tre Whyte - Tre is part of a fast family, with dad Nigel and brothers Dan and Kye all being rather good on BMXs! Tre's style makes his riding look effortless, even when he's blowing by other riders. With a list of good results to his name Tre has established himself as not only one of Britain's best, but the world's best.

DoB: 20/10/93

Kyle Evans or "Kev" (K. EVans.. geddit?) hails from Wigan, a hot bed of BMX racing talent. He's had silky smooth skills since day one and can be counted on to challenge for the win. Kev is always happy to give advice to other riders and discuss tattoos!

Kyle represented Great Britain at the Rio Olympics and followed that with an overall title at European level in 2017. 

Liam is Britain's best with a string of brilliant results to his name. Four time winner of the UCI BMX SX round in Manchester, twice winner of the SX series as a whole, World Champion, Olympic finalist... Liam has achieved success that marks him out as an all-time great.

2012 Olympic Finalist

2013 World Champ

2014 World Cup Champ

2015 World Cup Champ

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