TRINITY Racing have quickly become one of the most-respected development teams in world cycling and will return to the Tour of Britain for the third-consecutive year in 2023.

The British team are managed by former professional rider Peter Kennaugh, the 2015 national road race champion, and Welsh Commonwealth Games medallist Jon Mould.

TRINITY Racing’s roster includes Californian rider Luke Lamperti, who won the CiCLE Classic one-day race in Melton Mowbray in April. He notably finished fourth in Warrington on stage five of the 2021 Tour and fifth in Duns two days into last year’s race.

Scottish rider Cameron Mason has claimed the British cyclo-cross title for the past two years, while Joe Pidcock – Tom’s younger brother – is fast emerging as one to watch.

Country Great Britain
Founded 2020
Team name abbreviation TRI
Participations Two (2021 – 2022)
Notable results Three top-10 stage finishes
Twitter @TrinityRacing_

Jersey artwork: @JeroenAnnaert