Podium Ambition Pro Cycling Powered by Club La Santa

Podium Ambition Pro Cycling Powered by Club La Santa makes its professional debut in 2016 to coincide with the launch of the UCI Women’s World Tour.

Our aim in this first year is to gain WWT status and qualify to race at the World TTT Championships in Qatar on October 9th. Working across a range of disciplines from road, criteriums, time trial and track, riders on the team are all British or British based and want to further inspire and impact on the number of women participating in cycling around the UK. Our #makeithappen philosophy is to ensure that whatever your dreams are you can achieve them through the right support and opportunity. Follow this inspiring group of female athletes as they aim to continue to take on the world in events from the Spring Classics through to WWT stage races and of course a few riders have Rio 2016 ambitions too!

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BOBC Cycling Team

This is the sister team to the professional team and was launched for 2016 to provide fans of cycling with a unique chance to get closer to the lives of professional riders, ride alongside them at certain events and be part of the journey of developing riders who come through the club with aspirations of being professional one day.


Meet key members of the Podium Ambition Sports International Pro Cycling Team

Dame Sarah Storey
Team Leader
With huge experience in a range of racing, Sarah is a reliable and strong rider to have in any team, quick thinking and able to play the support role as well as be a team leader. Approaching her 7th Paralympic Games [3rd in cycling as Sarah was previously a swimmer], Sarah will be looking to create a race programme with the team that can sit her on the Rio start line with the best possible chance of defending her titles from London 2012.
Grace Garner
Team Rider
Excited to be a part of the team, its going to be a new experience for me, going to be a big step up joining the senior ranks but in a really good place to start my first year as an U23. I would love to progress through the team and hopefully achieve more each year and reach my potential in the sport.
Katie Archibald
Team Rider
Katie started racing on the grass tracks of Highland Games’ around Scotland in 2011 and has been searching for bigger podiums ever since. She now rides full time as a GB track team squad member with an aim of representing her country at the Rio Olympics in 2016. Her success on the road in the UK has fuelled her ambition to start making an impact on the European scene, though for the time being her main focus is on the track

We’re a team of grafters. The Storeys have basically formed me into a road rider over the last couple years I’ve ridden with the team – I can’t give up on the project now!