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We recommend that you work in a good bike shop and while doing that get your NVQ in cycle maintenance – it doesn’t mean you can build a bike from doing the course but it means you’re legally able to work on customer’s bikes and that if there was ever an accident you’re covered by insurance. Also most good bike shops only take mechanics on with this qualification.
Then after that we suggest you go down to races and offer to help. Maybe even email teams and ask if you can gain some experience with them, starting in domestic teams initially as the jump from a shop to pro team is a big step.
Get a Masters degree in sports physiotherapy and also attend plenty of taping and massage courses. Gain better understanding of strength, conditioning and training methods, and try to get some experience with a local team/amateur team. Bear in mind that there is no fixed structure or pathway to get into any sports or cycling teams – a lot of time it is just being in the right place at the right time.
Join an amateur cycling club which offers you the chance to compete on a regular basis and work your way up through the race categories. Once you have reached national or international level, if your results are good enough you will automatically come onto the radar of our performance staff, who will approach you if they feel you have the potential to make it on the team.