Tao Geoghegan Hart is only 19 years old but he had a great run at the Tour of Britain this year. He defied his youth and impressed everyone by finishing at the 15th position. He has greatly enjoyed his debut year as a professional rider out of the junior ranks. He not only finished the Liege-Bastogne-Liege at an impressive 3rd place, but also secured the 10th place in the Tour de l’Avenir. He has gained a lot of experience in 2014 by participating in various races across Europe as the part of the national team of Britain. He has also rigorously raced in different tournaments of the USA this year.

He said that the arrangement has benefitted him in a number of ways. He added that the experience with Bissel in America and Europe has been a mixed bag with good memories. He thoroughly enjoyed racing under the guidance of Axel Merckx in America and Keith Lambert. The 19 year old racer told the Cyclingnews that although he participated in diverse races but it has been a great learning experience for him.

Geoghegan Hart got the experience of racing at the Alps and finishing at the La Toussurie summit due to the Tour de l’Avenir. Earlier at the Tours of California & Utah, he learnt to tackle the wider North American passes. He said that it was a great experience to race in the big mountains of Europe. The Tour de l’Avenir was his first interesting experience of racing in the mountains. It was quite a different experience from racing in the wider and steeper mountain passes of America. Moreover, the American passes do not have many corners at some places as well.

In this season, Geoghegan has visited the two sides of Atlantic for racing and is looking forward to the World Championships to be held in Ponferrada next week.