Contact Us

At Team JLT Condor we pride ourselves on excellent communication with our fans, as Britain’s longest standing UCI team we wouldn’t be anywhere without the support of cyclists around the globe.

Team JLT Condor contact

To contact us please email hello@teamjltcondor.com

Fan Postcards

If you would like to receive rider cards (unsigned) please send a self-addressed envelope to the following address and we will endeavour to send them out to you.
Rider cards will be available from April

Please note, if you live in mainland Europe you will need to send €5 Euros along with the stamp-addressed envelope, and €10 Euros if you are outside the EU.

JLT CONDOR CYCLING
Press Office
49-53 Grays Inn Road
London
WC1X 8PP

Si vous souhaitez recevoir des cartes de cavalier ( non signé ) se il vous plaît envoyez une enveloppe pré-adressée € 5 Euros à l’adresse suivante et nous nous efforcerons de les envoyer à vous. Cartes de coureur sera disponible à partir de Mars .

Se il vous plaît noter que si vous vivez en Europe, vous aurez besoin d’envoyer € 5 euros ainsi que l’enveloppe de timbre -adressée , et € 10 Euros si vous êtes à l’extérieur de l’UE.

JLT CONDOR CYCLING
Press Office
49-53 Grays Inn Road
London
WC1X 8PP
Grande-Bretagne

Our advice for any budding mechanics is as follows:

We recommend that you work in a good bike shop and while doing that get your NVQ, or Cytech training in cycle maintenance – it doesn’t mean you can build a bike from doing the course but it means you’re legally able to work on customer’s bikes and that if there was ever an accident you’re covered by insurance. Also most good bike shops only take mechanics on with this qualification.

Then after that we suggest you go down to your local store and offer to help at any bike races their local team may need help with. Once you have gained experience working with smaller teams you can start to build you mechanics CV.

Advice for riders looking to join the team in the future:

Join an amateur cycling club which offers you the chance to compete on a regular basis and work your way up through the race categories. Join British Cycling and compete in national series races and apply to their academy program. Once you have reached national or international level please reach out to us.