Jamie Jenkins (founder of Success Cycling) started cycling at the age of 11 back in 1992.

He competed in many local events and progressed onto the Junior National Squad where he represent Great Britain alongside the 2012 Tour De France champion Sir Bradley Wiggins and 2 time Tour De France stage winner Steve Cummings, taking part in events in France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. James was now winning many road and circuit races and became the ‘Leading Junior’ at National Youth Week. He won the King of the Mountains title at the 1998 Junior Tour of Wales and spent 2 season’s living and racing in France.

1999 saw James place 4th in the Junior British National Road Race Championships won by Steve Cummings, and was picked for Team GB to ride the Junior World Road Race Championships in Verona, Italy. His first year as a senior he gained his Elite racing licence and went on to have many more top placings.

James launched Success Cycling for training enthusiasts and athlete’s of all level’s who want to improve their efficiency, strengthen their technique, improve their times and overall; ride faster. He has thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of travelling throughout Europe, riding in the tyre tracks of the Pros and filming the Classics and famous climbs to bring a virtual simulation experience into people’s homes, relieving the boredom of the turbo.

So whether you’re looking for a virtual ride or training DVD, daily motivational assistance, a training plan or some expert advice; Success Cycling has it all.

Jamie with cycling legend Sean Kelly at the 2013 Cycle ShowIMG_0845

1987 Tour de France winner Stephen Roche drops in to say hi at the 2015 Cycle Showimage1

Representing Great Britain in the 1999 Trophee Des Provinces Junior World Cup Race526073_337331013045801_1796298747_n

Jamie with one of his mentors Michele Bartoli, former UCI ranked world no1 cyclist and winner of the Tour of Flanders and Liege Bastogne Liege.11025217_682952091817023_8717298590247579832_n

With former World Hour record holder and 4000m Pursuit World Champion Graeme Obree