- 2020 - Ineos Grenadiers
- 2019 - Team Ineos
- 2018 - Team Sky
- 2017 - Team Sky
- 2016 - Team Sky
- 2015 - Team Sky
- 2014 - Team Sky
- 2013 - Sky Procycling
- 2012 - Sky Procycling
- 2011 - Sky Procycling
- 2010 - Sky Professional Cycling Team
- 2009 - ISD
- 2008 - Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner
- 2007 - TEAM 100% ME
- 2006 - Van Vliet - EBH Advocaten
1st Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2014-15
1st Britsh national road race champion 2012
3rd overall Tour of Britain 2008
3rd Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne 2010
3rd E3 Harelbeke 2016
3rd Paris–Roubaix 2016
Mark Cavendish has dropped out of the Great Britain World Championships only hours after being named...
Team T-Mobile will send its three British riders to their home race, the Tour of Britain, starting...
T-Mobile's Mark Cavendish has had two weeks to recover from the difficulties of the Tour de France,...
The post-Tour de France season begins for Germany-based team T-Mobile on Wednesday at the Tour of...
'Flying Scotsman' Graham Obree, will now line up against a team of four up-and-coming riders for a...
Former world hour record holder, Graham Obree, is set to return to racing at the Revolution 15 track...
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