From fourth cat road rider in 2016, to winning Britain’s longest national B road race in 2017 and signing to become a full time pro in 2018, Isaac Mundy’s racing history has been varied and his progress meteoric.
Having started cycling at Eastway in 2005, Mundy went on to become British fourcross mountain bike champion in youth and junior categories from 2009-2011, before going on to win the third round of the European 4X Series as an elite in 2012.
After moving to Oxford in 2013 to study maths, Mundy returned to road cycling in 2015, winning his first hill climb, before 2016 saw the start of his ascent from fourth category rider to full time elite.
By the end of 2016 he had placed second at the British Hill Climb Championships, won the Chepstow GP support race and gained his second category licence.
In 2017 Mundy recorded a string of eye-catching results, including second at the Tour of the Mining Valleys, behind JLT-Condor’s Jon Mould.
A trio of National B race wins followed, including his final competitive outing of 2017 when he won the Victor Berlelmont Trophy, renowned as Britain’s longest distance National B event.
"I’m honoured to be joining such a well-respected team as Madison Genesis, the professionalism and experience displayed throughout the entire organisation present a model from which I hope to learn as much as I can, while contributing to the type of performances I was on the receiving end of last season.
"It’s great to continue developing as a rider and I’m looking forward to the chance of working on a much bigger stage in 2018."
DOB: 7 October 1994
Nationality: British (Walthamstow)
Joined Madison Genesis: 2018
Rider type: Development
Favourite coffee stop: Hub Velo, Clapton
Favourite training road: Toys Hill, Kent
Number of Strava KOMS: Sending emails daily
1st – Victor Berlemont Trophy
1st - Lichtervelde (W) - 1.12B
2nd – Guildford Town Centre Races
1st – BEC CC Road Race
1st – Chitterne Road Race
2nd – Fast Test Road Race
2nd – Tour of the Mining Valleys
2nd – British Hillclimb Championships
1st – Chepstow GP support races (2/3/4)
1st - European 4X Series round 3
2009, 10, 11
British Champion Fourcross MTB (youth, youth, junior)