Trevor Brown

Team Manager


Hometown

Fakenham, Norfolk

Favourite food:

Cup of tea

Goals for 2019:

Podium at a MTB XC National Series race

Leadership in women’s cycling

During the last sixteen years, Trevor has been fundamental in developing and sustaining five of the UK’s most important women’s cycling teams – ERV/Bianchi (2003-2004), Raleigh/ERV Pro Cycling (2005-2007), AKO Ducati Corsa (2008-2009), the WXC Mountain Bike Team UK and WXC World Racing.

These teams have accumulated a significant medal tally, including national titles.

More importantly laid the stepping stones for some of the most exciting female athletes to emerge in the sport in the last few years including the 2012 Olympic MTB rider, Annie Last.

Trevor has also had the honour of taking the team to China for the Guiyang Invitational Tournament in 2012 which was one of the biggest privileges the he has ever had, competing with the world’s best teams and riders.

Palmarès 2004-2018

  • World Track Title
  • 1 European Track Title
  • 33 National Championship Titles
  • 8 National Mountainbike Series Titles
  • 1 National Cyclo Cross Series Title
  • 3 Scottish Montainbike Series Titles
  • 3 Irish National Championship Titles
  • 1 Irish National Marathon Title
  • 1 Irish National Junior Cyclo-Cross Title
  • 2 Irish Mountainbike Series Titles
  • 1 Ulster Championship Title
  • 2 Scottish Mountainbike Championship Titles
  • 6 Wcra Championship Titles
  • Beryl Burton Trophy Winners
  • Isle Of Man Youth Tour Winners
  • Sleepless In The Saddle Team Winners
  • Enduro 6 Winners
  • 2 Mountain Mayhem 24 Hour Solo Winners
  • Set To Rise 12 Hour Solo Winners
  • 2 Bontrager 24/12 – 12 Hour Solo Winners
  • Bontrager 24/12 – 12 Hour Team Winners
  • 7 Southern Championship Titles
  • 7 Southern Series Titles
  • 2 UK 24 Hour Solo Champions
  • European 24 Hour Solo Champion
  • 1 Mountain Mayhem 24 Hour Team Winners
  • 1 South West Championship Titles
  • 2 South West Series Titles
  • 2010 Trans Wales Solo Winners
  • 3 Brighton Big Dog 6 Hour Winners
  • 3 London And Eastern Cyclo-Cross Champions
  • 5 Eastern Region Mtb Series Winners
  • 346 Wins
  • 459 Podium
  • 548 Top Ten Placings