Matt Walker is going into his second year in Junior and what a first year he had... Just being pipped at the post by Canadian rider Finn Iles in Lourdes at the first world cup of the year, Matt fought back and cemented his place in the world standings by winning his first world cup in Cairns, Australia.
The new team kit looks on point this year. Toned down a little from the 2016 kit, Matt will also be sporting that very sort after Union Jack on his left sleeve.
Starting on the Madison Saracen Development Team he was soon bumped up to the main team as team manager Will Longden recognised there was no stopping this boy.
Brand new bike build up the day before the shoot meant everything was working to perfection on that new look Saracen Myst.
Charlie Hatton served his time in the juniors with some very consistent results, a barrage of top ten results secured him as a big name in the juniors. Topping it out with a 6th place.
Signing with a new year for 2017, he's now onboard a brand new Intense Machine kitted out with Enve, RockShox, and Chris King goodness.
This boy can definitely corner as you can see from the raw goodness but sometimes even the best of them misjudge the rowdiness.
Charlie will be moving up into the Elite category this year, already having raced one race in elite this year, he putting himself in good stead by placing first, everyone will be looking forward to seeing what this boy can do this year.
The new bike and kit are looking on point this year, but he's definitely helping the face as his riding is packed with style and goodness.