"It has to be about results absolutely, enjoyment and bonding is all very well but if we cannot promote the success element we will not keep our best riders or attract others.To gain momentum from last year we want to be more organised, for us to create the PR to attract sponsors and move forward, we have got to get results, we are absolutely results driven.Having said that we are realistic in where we are at present."
Roadman/Tester,Matt Downie, 19, leads the team along with promising juniors, Ed Hatfield, track specialist Alex Collins & 21 year old T J Key, they should prove a force on local roads. Michael Bradbury joins from Ride 24/7, with Paul Jones & Ben Keightley riding time trials. Gault and Julian Lockwood will bring maturity and council to the group.
This year the team welcome Ellis Jones Solicitors as additional team sponsors, Ellis Jones are a local company who represent cyclists who have been involved in accidents.
David McWilliam of Ellis Jones is himself a very keen cyclist who takes on challenges such as riding from Rome to Home in support of the Steve Bernard Foundation, a charity Primera-Sports are supporters of. McWilliam jumped at the opportunity to support the team , having followed the team riders over the past few years he is keen to help build riders cycling careers.
Primera-Teamjobs will be riding Specialized bikes, with kit sponsors Endura, Sidi, Met Helmets and Salice eyewear making sure the team get noticed.
Jason Gault (Manager/Rider)
Ed Hatfield (j)
Alex Collins (j)
Michael Bradbury (not pictured)
Paul Jones (TT)
Ben Keightley (TT)