Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling impressed on their Tour of Britain debut in 2021, recording four top-10 stage finishes and having the highest overall finisher – James Shaw – of the domestic teams.

Returning for their second start in the UK’s biggest race, five of their 16-rider squad could potentially get to race on home roads. Siblings Charlie and Harry Tanfield, Commonwealth Games medalists from 2018, are from the North Yorkshire village of Great Ayton, which is raced through on stage four.

Ollie Peckover and Ross Lamb are both from Nottinghamshire, host county for stage five, while selection would allow for Will Brown to race through his home town of Whitby on day four.

Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling are managed by Colin Sturgess, a British Olympian and former track world champion.

Country Great Britain
Founded 2017
Team name abbreviation RWC
Participations One (2021)
Notable results Four top-10 stage finishes
Website ribbleweldtite.co.uk
Twitter @RibbleWeldtite
31 Finn Crockett GBR
32 Red Walters GRN
33 Zeb Kyffin GBR
34 Ross Lamb GBR
35 Charlie Tanfield GBR
36 Harry Tanfield GBR

Jersey artwork: @JeroenAnnaert