The 2018 Tour Series will see the Cherie Pridham Racing team under a new name, having worn the famous name of Raleigh since their formation.  Before the team announces their new name and look for next season, we thought we’d look back through eight years of the Raleigh name racing in Britain’s leading race Series.

If you missed Part One, covering the years 2010 to 2013, check it out here, as we look at the 2014 to 2017 seasons below.

Durham

There was a brand new red and yellow look for 2014, harking back to the famous TI Raleigh squad, and a round win at Durham for a team led by Yanto Barker.

Edinburgh

Team Raleigh also won the first ever Edinburgh round of The Tour Series, held on a tough, cobbled, Grassmarket circuit.

Redditch

Cherie Pridham celebrates with Matthieu Boulo after his win in Redditch

Redditch

Frenchman Matthieu Boulo wins in Redditch for Team Raleigh

Jersey

Boulo climbs to victory above Gorey Castle in Jersey as The Tour Series held a hill climb event prior to the final round in the Channel Islands in 2014.

Celebration

Thumbs up from Matthieu after his hill climb win in Jersey

Redditch

Possibly not one of Raleigh’s highlights, but certainly one of their most talked about. Morgan Kneisky raises his arms to celebrate in Redditch too early in 2015 and Jon Mould pips him for the win.

Morgan Kneisky

Morgan Kneisky won the Points jersey, as the Sprints competition was renamed to in 2015, becoming the third Raleigh rider to win the jersey.

Morgan Kneisky

In 2016 Morgan Kneisky had a Series long battle with Rory Townsend for the Points Jersey, eventually losing out at the final round. Here on the Isle of Man at Round One he started on winning form.

Sebastian Mora

New signing Sebastian Mora visited the podium in Croydon as the Points winner on the night in 2016. He’d back a regular podium visitor a year later.

Durham

Durham has proved a happy hunting ground for Team Raleigh over the years, winning again on the cobbles in 2016.

Enrique Sanz

Enrique Sanz joined the team in 2017 having ridden at WorldTour level for Movistar and soon became a regular front runner, taking the Brother Fastest Lap in Round Three in Northwich…

Northwich

…along with the individual win on a rain soaked evening. Sanz would be a front runner throughout the 2017 Tour Series

Sebastian Mora

Having made his debut in 2016, Sebastian Mora dominated the Points competition in 2017, wrapping up the jersey with two rounds to spare.

Sebastian Mora

By winning the Points Jersey Mora joins former Raleigh riders Bernard Sulzberger (2012), Tom Scully (2013) and Morgan Kneisky (2015) as winners of The Tour Series’ second jersey.