Ribble Pro Cycling are delighted to announce the second addition to the senior Ribble Pro Cycling team for 2019. Scott Auld joins from French Elite National Team VC Touchy prior to which he also spent 3 years in Italy racing for Zappi race team.

Each year he has progressed and his results have improved. Scott has experience racing top UCI u23 events all over Europe including Giro della Val d’Aosta, Ronde l’Isard and Liege-Bastogne-Liege u23. His most notable result at UCI level was 9th on GC at Oberosterreichrundfahrt (Tour of North austria) also picking up 6th and 4th on the first and last stages repectively. Scott also finished 2nd on GC at the Tour of Ulster national race in ireland as well as taking the points competition. He rounded off the year racing kermesses in belgium picking up x4 2nd places, a third and a forth as well as other notebale finishes.

Scott said on his decision “I’m really happy to be joining the team next year. Being local to the North East I’ve seen the team develop over the past few years and I’m really excited to be part of it. Ribble Pro Cycling will provide me the perfect platform to continue to grow and build on my previous race experience. I’ve seen how the team has provided the perfect platform for riders such as John Archibald who are competing at an international level. It’s going to be a new challenge and I can’t wait to make the most of it.”

Jack Rees, Team Owner, added “Scott is going to be an invaluable addition, he is young, ambitious and from the North East which aligns with the team’s base and roots. Over the past three years Scott has raced at a very high level across Europe, he is versatile and has an uncanny ability to read a race. I am confident that in a really positive environment with the full support of both the team and our partners he will have his best season to date and perform consistently at the level I know he is capable of.”

Ribble Pro Cycling have continued to develop year on year and built a sustainable platform for success and progression. They have applied for UCI Continental status for 2019 ahead of next season ahead of a successful 2018 campaign that included over 100 race victories and multi-discipline success at all levels.