>>> Peter Kennaugh results and rider profile

Nationality: British
Date of birth: June 15, 1989
Height: 173cm
Weight: 62kg
Team: Sky

Twice British road race champion, Peter Kennaugh is another product of British Cycling’s talent development system, moving through the ranks from a junior, via the academy and on to the Olympic track squad while riding on the road with Team Sky.

In 2012 Kennaugh was part of the Great Britain pursuit squad, alongside Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke, that won gold at the London Olympics, and he was awarded an MBE in 2013’s New Year Honours.

Now concentrating entirely on road racing, Kennaugh, from the Isle of Man, rode the Tour de France with Team Sky in both of Chris Froome’s victorious campaigns, although he was forced to pull out of 2015’s race on stage 16 due to illness.

Key results: Olympic gold | Tour of Austria | 2014 British road race championships | 2015 British road race championships

Rapha digi print jersey front and back

Rapha launches new ‘Data Print’ clothing

British cycle clothing brand Rapha has rolled out a wider range of products for its new Spring/Summer collection. For 2015 The Pro-Team line will also be available in a new pattern,…


Peter Kennaugh’s white Pinarello F8

It glows in the sunshine and looks unique, lined up with the other Sky Vuelta a Espanã bikes in Logrono. The white Pinarello frame has blue decals on one side,…