Zeven World Cup in Germany – 6 hour drive to Calais – Eurotunnel to CycloPark in Kent in the morning and then the National Trophy race! All in days work for Jeremy Durrin and the Velo crew.
Considering Jeremy’s busy racing and travelling week he performed exceedingly well in the National Trophy against a stacked field. Quite a few European racers had come to Kent for the race. It was a very fast race and a group of 6 guys instantly distanced themselves from the rest of the field. Jeremy ultimately finished 6th which he was very happy about.
The Zeven World Cup in Germany was certainly a tough one! Full on mud fest which meant that the racers had to do a lot of running. It was definitely a true cyclocross race and worthy winners came up on top. It was a hard day for Jeremy after getting caught up in crash on the first corner which resulted in him having to make his way from the back of the pack. He dug deep but it wasn’t to be his day.
The team was in Bogense Denmark for stop number 4 on the UCI World Cup calendar. It was a very difficult race with plenty of running for everyone. Mathiu Vanderpol put on a show and Jeremy Durrin had a great race bouncing back from a tough race in Shrewsbury the following weekend.