Competitor announcement

With under two weeks until the Deliveroo Rider Races, we are excited to announce the 60 competitors representing each city.

Remember this event is open for all riders to come and cheer on the competitors. The fastest 16 races begin at 3.30pm at the Lee Valley Velodrome in London

Aberdeen – Aaron Johnson
Aberystwyth – Jordan Thomas Stait
Bath – Kacper Schreiber
Bangor – Barry Shergo
Birmingham – Dario Galano
Bournemouth – Marcus Sadler
Bristol – Fred Sibley
Bristol – Gabriel Focc Turner
Bristol – James Lineham
Bristol – Roberts Ozollapa
Cambridge – Lee Keable
Cardiff – Jonathan Wilcox
Chelmsford – Jonas Stonkus
Colchester – Lewis Greaves
Edinburgh – Dualta Lynch
Edinburgh – Simon Archer
Exeter – Neil Eriksen
Glasgow – Marek Sabak
Guildford – Jake Bailey
Hereford – Richard “Richie” Rogers
High Wycombe – Shaun Harris
Horsham – David Wood
Ipswich – Jason Goodright
Leeds – Gints Reika
Lincoln – Luke Thwaites
London – Andrej Bartos
London – Davi Herden Rosa de Faria
London – Gabriel Johnson
London – Gianluca luigi barbagallo
London – Jamil Hassan
London – Jeffrey Pillon
London – Jesus Ayala
London – Joao Pedro Carvalho
London – John Paul Phillips
London – Liam Ackermann
London – Luke Andrew
London – Richard Gray
London – Sam Khamtonwong
London – Sandis Rusis
London – Steven Jack
Loughborough – Will Austin
Manchester – Joseph Purbrook
Manchester – Khalid Naser
Manchester – Matthew Varcoe
Nottingham – Jacopo Riccio
Peterborough – Dawid Winiarski
Plymouth – Ben Hensby
Reading – Jamie Taylor
Reigate – Lewis Gregory
Royal Lemington Spa – Matthew Ellerington
Sevenoaks – Henry Salmon
Sheffield – Brandon Whitham
Southend on Sea – Jack Vine
Southampton – Isaac Farnworth
Southport – Ricky Green
St Albans – Jack Mackey
St Andrews – Samuel James Hatchell
Stoke-on-Trent – Daniel Hern
Swansea – Shane Pearson
Watford – Davy Duthieuw
Worcester – Luca Santese
York – Stephen Porritt