Favourite Food: Chicken or chips, both together preferably
Training area: Peak District
If you weren’t a cyclist you’d be: I’d have liked to have been a runny league player but not to sure that would have happened.
Favourite climb: Is there such a thing? I suppose I would have to say the Koppenberg is always fun in a weird sort of way.
First cycling memory: Crashing in kwiksave car park when I had just learnt how to ride with out stabilisers. I didn’t realise back then that you can’t pedal around every corner.
When you are warming up you listen to: Usually it would be some sort of EDM but a lot of the time Arctic monkeys get thrown in there as well.
If you were stuck in a lift with anyone who would it be with: Freddy Flintoff would pretty entertaining from what I’ve seen of him on TV and I used to love watching him play cricket.
What’s your favourite travel destination? I don’t really have a favourite. I just enjoy getting away from the British whether a lot of the time.
Riding style: sprinter
Young rider Chris Lawless is JLT Condor’s designated sprinter. A powerful rider, his sprinting ability was evident when he took the teams first win of the 2016 season in New Zealand. A win that also made him the first British rider to record a UCI win in 2016.
Chris Lawless graduated from British Cycling’s Olympic Development Programme in 2013.
As a junior he won the points jersey and a stage at the 2013 Trofeo Karlsberg road race, before returning to the track to win the points race at the British championships.
At the prestigious 2014 Six Days of Ghent, Chris, along with teammate Matt Gibson, dominated the event from the start and took an impressive victory overall.
Chris joined Team Wiggins for the 2015 season, taking victories at the Grand Prix of Wales and Stockton Elite Circuit Race.