Excitement is building ahead of Revolution Series Round 1 this Saturday night in Manchester and Jody can't wait to do battle in the elite team competition.
A Bronze medalist in the 4km pursuit at the Paralympics in London, Jody will ride in one of 12 elite teams at the Manchester Velodrome
The national championships in 2012 were a bit of a strange one for me, but one in which I had quite a lot of fun. Having last raced my bike at the Paralympics, where I won bronze in the 4km pursuit on September 1st, I'd only been on my bike
Jody Cundy smashed his Columbian rival in the C4 4km Individual Pursuit to win his first medal at a Paralympic home games!
He took just 5 laps out of 16 to chase down Diego German Duenas Gomez and secure a bronze. The double Beijing gold medallist was on a mission to
Jody has been denied the chance to defend his Paralympic 1km Time Trial title after officials decided not to allow a restart following what appeared to be a fault with the gate.
Jody went of last and as he attempted to pull away from the gate, his back wheel didn’t release
Day 2 and it was time for me to race the 4km Pursuit. Having won a silver medal in Montichiari the year before I was seeded into the last but one heat. I was lined up against Aaron Trent of the USA. As I built up speed to settle into
Men's C4 Road Race
After a successful Track World Championship Silver medal in the pursuit, Jody continued his endurance transition and made his debut on the road at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup in Sydney. In only his 2nd road race he finished with a solid 8th place in the
World Champion, Jody Cundy (GBR) 1:05.144 New WR!
Seems like a good way to start a post!
After winning the silver in the Pursuit it was time to re-engage the sprinter inside me, and try to ride as fast as possible over 4laps of the track.
With 2 4km pursuits in my legs
Well Day 2 is here which means a shift back to the events I know and love, the Kilo today, and the Team Sprint tomorrow.
The pursuit for me was an experiment, and a way to score important qualification points for London, and to stand on the podium having won a
What an eventful morning, riding the pursuit for the 1st time at a major championship it was all a step into the unknown. The previous pursuits I'd ridden had been without specific training, and the last one I rode was when I was ill at the nationals, so I had
A session of mixed feelings for Jody, after feeling ill all morning, he managed to get himself to the line in the evening for the 4km Pursuit. It was evident after 3 laps though that he wasn't on his A game, slipping behind his schedule at an alarming rate, he