Lessons in speed from Mr Brenton Jones

Brenton Jones is a speed machine, with points jerseys and sprint victories to his name. The twenty-five year old from Victoria, Australia is fast out the blocks and sprinting is his currency. “Sprinting is about timing, tactics, nerves and power.” Going full gas to the line is pretty fun, even if you are just riding…

Bronze for Brenton in Ballarat

Fresh from a dominating display at the Bay Cycling Classic, Brenton Jones took bronze in the Australian criterium championships last night. The new JLT Condor signing was without team mates in the race as it was only open for riders of Australian nationality to enter. The race was dominated by a nine rider move initiated…

JLT Condor tighten grip on Bay Cycling Classic

Ian Bibby and Matt Gibson finished second and third respectively on day two of the Bay Cycling Classic. The high placed finish extends Ian Bibby’s lead in the competition, whilst young rider Matt Gibson is elevated to second overall. Day two of the Bay Cycling Classic saw more fast racing, it was clear from the…

Bibby takes first win of the season

Ian Bibby sprinted to victory in Geelong, Australia on the opening day of the Bay Cycling Classic. Pre race favourite, Caleb Ewan crashed in the final hundred metres bringing down JLT Condor’s designated sprinter, Brenton Jones. New signing, Ian Bibby spotted the opportunity to go for the line and sealed his first victory of 2017….

JLT Condor welcomes KitBrix

British brand, KitBrix, will support riders and staff at JLT Condor for the 2017 season. KitBrix is a modular bag system made from military grade materials. The range of bags will help the riders streamline their kit organisation pre-, during and post-race situations. Constructed from tarpaulin, the bags are designed to resist damage from wind…

Clancy: “I’m ready for Australia”

Whether leading off the team GB pursuit squad in Rio or saving his teammates from a missed opportunities, Ed Clancy, MBE has emerged as a golden-rider and unsung hero of Britain’s cycling medal haul. In the new colours of JLT Condor, 2017 will see Ed Clancy step back from his track career to focus on riding…

JLT Condor ride to glory

JLT Condor duo Ed Clancy and Jon Mould started round two of the Revolution Champions League in London atop the standings and after two days of racing, that’s where they remained to seal overall victory. Six-day sensation Iljo Keisse and world pursuit champion Andy Tennant of Team PedalSure tried their hardest to unseat the pair…

John Herety’s Moments of 2016

“2016, was a memorable year for me. After ten years with this team. 2016 will be remembered as one of my favourite seasons.” Team manager, John Herety selects four of his favourite images from the season and tells the story behind the action. The Clean Sweep Not only did the team take home the national but…

Mould Back on Track

Most know Jon Mould for his outstanding number of victories in the UK based Tour Series. In 2016 the rider won six of the ten rounds in the series. After the long summer of success, there was no time for the Newport based rider to take his foot off the gas. He swapped eleven gears…

Brenton Jones joins JLT Condor in 2017

Australian Brenton Jones will join JLT Condor next season from Drapac Pro Cycling team. The twenty-four year old from Victoria, Australia is the final addition to the British squad’s 2017 line-up, which sees the Men in Black retain Ed Clancy, Russell Downing and pursuit champion Alex Frame. Jones will focus on Bay Crits and Herald…