George pedals to success

Cycle Club Bridgnorth member George Mills Keeling has finished second by a mere seven seconds in the Junior Tour of Wales. The event is the biggest junior race on the season’s calendar and George, along with 200 other riders, competed in the five stages over four days in Carmarthenshire.

George, aged 18, has had a fantastic season and currently sits number one in the UK junior rankings as listed by British Cycling. He has been racing here in the UK, Belgium and Holland, competing with many elite riders in his age group, during the next season he will be stepping up into the seniors. To find out more about George, check out his blog at georgemillskeelingcycling.blogspot.com/.

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