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Classified Factory Racing


The team, also backed by Ridley, is the first professional factory team in the gravel discipline. Classified entered the gravel circuit in 2023 as a one-man team with Dutchman Piotr Havik; shortly after Daan Grosemans joined the team during the season. Now the team features three additional British gravel talents: Brits Toby Perry, Annabel Fisher, and Freya Rawlins. 

The team, dubbed the Classified x Ridley Factory Team fuelled by Foodmaker, will race an international schedule, including the UCI Gravel World Series and the Gravel Earth Series, an international ranking of seven gravel races. 

Victor Campenaerts


Born in Hoboken, Belgium, on October 28, 1991, the Flemish fan favorite has stage wins at the Giro d'Italia & Tirreno Adriatico in his palmarés, as well as double European and national timetrial wins (2017/18 and 2016/17 respectively). Not to mention setting the hour record in Mexico in 2019; Victor Campenaerts is a rider defined by the strive for efficiency, which led him to be the first professional cyclist to race Powershift Technology at World Tour level. Competing at a handful of Spring Classics in 2023, including  Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and GP le Samyn, Victor demonstrates what Classified can do on the world stage.

Ruth Astle


After juggling triathlon with an intense full-time job for 4 years, Ruth went professional in 2020. In the first two seasons she qualified for both World Championships in 2022, won Ironman South Africa and Ironman Mallorca, whilst  setting 2 bike course records along the way. Ruth signed for Classified and Parcours at the start of 2023 and is currently ranked 30th in the world.

Kyle Smith


With many a course record and podium visit in his locker, Kyle Smith is well known in triathlon circles as a beast on the bike leg. Finding triathlon in his youth after a move from the UK to Taupo, New Zealand, Kyle worked as a bricklayer to fund his triathlon dream before turning pro.

Kyle is one of the most versatile triathletes competing today, having had success in World Triathlon short course racing, all the way through to off-road XTERRA triathlon with middle distance non-drafting events and Ironman in between. 

Rob Britton


Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1984, Britton raced professionally on the road between 2010 and 2021. Racing for teams like Bissell, Team Raleigh, Team SmartStop and Rally Cycling teams, he won the overall classification of the Tour of Utah in 2017 and the Tour of the Gila (New Mexico) in 2018. Switching to gravel in 2021, and signing as a Classified athlete in 2022 and 2023, Rob has posted some impressive gravel results, including 6th at his first ever Unbound (2022) and a win at Belgian Waffle Ride Canada (2023).