Harry’s racing career kicked off in 2015 and he has climbed progressively through the ranks of professional cycling since then. In 2019 he signed with a team to race at UCI World Tour level, the pinnacle of competitive road cycling.
Competing in both road and track cycling, he has an impressive list of palmares, including the 2018 British National Individual Pursuit champion, the first English winner of a stage of the Tour de Yorkshire in 2019 and 3rd place in the UCI Road World Championships alongside his team-mates in the first ever mixed relay time trial.
As a professional cyclist, he has the support of team resources as well as coach, gym coach and nutritionist, and Forth Edge complements this in-depth approach to training. The information Forth Edge provides allows Harry and his trainers to get a greater insight into how his body is reacting to the stresses placed upon it, so together they can help him optimise his performance.
For 2021 Harry will be riding with Team Qhubeka Assos. They are the only African registered World Tour team in the world and ride to spread the message of the Qhubeka charity globally. Qhubeka helps people in African gain access to bicycles to help them travel more easily to school, clinics and jobs.