Team Tank Guy/ BikeBox leads both Overall and U-23 jerseys in the Trust House North Island elite series

By Sam Gardner

How could the team improve on the successful first round of the Trusthouse North Island series?
Well... by adding the Overall leaders jersey to the U23 leaders jersey they already hold.
So that's what super star Madi Hartley-Brown did! After winning both the points race and the road race at the recent Schools Nationals recently, he carried on his amazing run of form.
Madi made the break of the day with some of NZ cycling's big names. Most 18 year kids would be daunted in the company but not Madi. He worked hard and finished in the top 5 for the second round in a row, proving to be the most consistent rider in the series.
The teams other riders Josh Page and Matt Webb-Smith both made the top 10 and now Team Tank Guy/Bikebox has 3 riders in the top 4 overall.

Thanks to the sponsors; The Tank Guy, BikeBox Rentals, Velovault, Glenn Kirk Oral Surgeon, Hydraulink, Tremains, Luxury Cycle Holidays, Bikebarn, Ashurst Engineering Company

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