Promising year ahead for Vision Racing

Vision Racing is sponsored and supported by Delamere Dairy, GRM Property Consultants and Swinnerton Cycles since the team was established in 2013.
The team consists of local riders from the Cheshire area as well as riders from Staffordshire, Greater Manchester and Lancashire.
For the 2017 season three new riders have been recruited to further strengthen the team which is made up of four women riders and eight men.
Ian Middleton team manager said “2016 has been our most successful to date for both the women and men’s teams with high placings in both local events and elsewhere in the country. Notable success has been achieved by Claire Harrison who was first women in the Cheshire Points Series a competition run during the season over 20 events which cover 10miles,25 miles,50miles. Claire coming 33rd out of 279 riders. Adam Robinson coming 6th place in the same competition. Jayne Dickens became the women’s National Veterans Road Race Champion (45-49)”

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In the 2017 season the teams will compete in Local, Manchester and North West areas plus targeting National Events both in Road Racing and Time Trialling which will include the Tour of Cambridge a World Championship Qualifier in June with one member of the team is targeting the UK National Triathlon in Bolton in July.
Ian middleton says “The team continues to develop and strengthen each season. We are extremely appreciative of all the support and encouragement that we continue to receive from our Sponsors which enables the team to ride in the latest, up to date kit supplied by Bio Racer and to have in place other essential elements required to run and organise the team successfully.”
The team have now started their winter training programmes and are looking forward to starting the racing season in March 2017

 

Nantwich duo qualify for world championships

cyclingIan Middleton admits competing in the World Masters Championships in Denmark will be a highlight of his long racing career.

The 67-year-old, from Aston, first got involved in competitive cycling almost three decades ago – after injury forced him to quit running long distances.

Now he is looking forward to one of the biggest events of his life, after his recent silver medal at the Tour of Cambridgeshire qualified him for a trip to Scandinavia later this year.

And he won’t be travelling alone, as team-mate Dom Crisp has also earned the right to take on the world.

Ian said: “I entered the Tour of Cambridgeshire because it was different to anything else I had entered before.

“The main attraction was racing on a closed road circuit. Both Dom and myself were successful in qualifying for the worlds so it is a highlight of my cycling career.”

Ian, previously a keen club runner, started cycling at 39 and was a member of several different clubs.

In 2013 he started his own team – Vision Racing – which is stocked with 17 male and female riders, aged 18-67, predominantly from the Crewe & Nantwich area.

Ian explained: “The team is in its second season. We focus on competition – time trials, road races, triathlon and duathlon.

“This season has started very successfully, and we will be competing in a wide range of events from now until the beginning of October.

“One of my goals is to build a team that is continually developing and improving.”

Ian, who has clocked 23mins for a 10m trial this term, and Dom, a manager at the leisure centre in Nantwich, were among 700 entrants who took on the 28km trial at the Tour of Cambridgeshire.

He clinched a superb silver medal in his 65-69-year-old age category, while Dom qualified thanks to finishing in the top 25% of the 31-35 age group. The pair will now fly to Denmark for the worlds in September.

Vision Racing are grateful for vital sponsorship from GRM Property Consultants and Delamere Dairy.

GRM Property sponsors Vision Racing!

A NEW Nantwich racing team is all geared up for 2014 competition.

The team has been created on the back of intense interest in Britain leading the way in the professional sport of cycling.

Vision Racing has been put together by cycling enthusiast Ian Middleton and has launched with an initial membership of 10 – all of whom are looking forward to tackling the 2014 racing season.

Strong support for the new team has already been shown, with sponsors including GRM Property Consultants, Mark Beavan Associates and the Cheshire based award-winning Delamere Dairy – all of whom have helped with initial set-up requirements including kit, equipment and training.

Additional support comes in the form of a partnership with Reaseheath College.

Middleton, team principal, said: “Having been involved with cycling clubs for many years I’ve seen the passion for the sport grow and grow and was keen to find a way to support and help individuals who want to compete and race in their chosen sport.

“When I started to make initial enquiries about setting up Vision Racing I realised there was very strong interest and it hasn’t been at all hard to establish a team!

“I’d like to thank all our sponsors without whom we wouldn’t have been able to make such a speedy and professional start and I’m sure I speak for everyone involved when I wish all members of the team every success for the future. We are all looking forward to working together and seeing how our first season progresses.”

Vision Racing team members’ main focus will be to compete in British Cycling and TLI road racing events, Manchester and District Time Trial Association (MDTTA) time trials as well as British triathlon and Duathlon events between March and October.

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Crewe Guardian: Each member of the Vision Racing team has been through a fitness assessment with a senior coach from the Association of British Cycling Coaches and has their own training programme

GRM helps Rinus expand across the country

GRM Property has located a further two depots for Rinus Roofing, taking the total space secured for the specialist roofing company to more than 60,000 sq ft.

The number of depots secured now totals 15 with GRM Property, Manchester, advising on deals across the country.

The most recent deals include a 5,400 sq ft depot in Southampton and a 4,000 sq ft depot in Macclesfield. The company, based in Darwen, Lancashire, plans to operate 30 depots and trade counters, including a base in Liverpool. It already a trade counter in Heywood, Manchester.

Gareth Middleton, a partner at GRM Property, said: “This is a fantastic milestone in what is an on-going and complex project for Rinus Roofing.

“With a requirement for total of 30 premises covering the entire country it has required a strategic and planned approach which is really starting to deliver results. We have already viewed options in Colchester and Liverpool so are hoping the second part of the project will be just as successful.”

David Proos, managing director of Rinus Roofing, said: “Rinus Roofing is undergoing a major expansion plan and the new depots are fundamental to its success.

“We have been working very closely with Gareth and are delighted to have reached this point. With his help and expertise we have secured some great properties to date and are looking forward to finalising many more deals in the coming months.”

Rinus need more sites

GRM Property have successfully acquired depots in 9 locations for Rinus Roofing to date. We are currently looking for 4 sites in the London area (North, East, South & West) plus sites in Merseyside, Northampton, Leicester and Peterborough.

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Haywood and Jackson instruct GRM

GRM Property have been instructed by well-known Northwich Based engineering company Haywood and Jackson to acquire a new 15,000 sq ft facility in the Mid Cheshire region. The facility will be used to amalgamate all  operations under one roof.

GRM seek Brownfield sites for St Francis Group

walsallFollowing on from a major strategic 400,000 sq ft, 21 acre site acquisition earlier this year in Aldridge, Walsall on behalf of St Francis Group, GRM property have been tasked with identifying further brownfield development sites with or without income on edge of towns across the whole country. Sites from 50 to 150 acres are the target with or without immediate development potential