At just 19 years old, Josh Tarling has been receiving huge media attention for being the youngest cyclist to compete in this year’s Paris-Roubaix since Paul Botquint in 1937. and is now in the Sub-23.
“Your progress is incredible. Coming from junior racing last year we were like ‘ok, where will he fit in the team this year?’ So he does Paris-Nice and E3 and he’s looking forward to being here, he can’t stop smiling and he can’t wait to stay arrested,” said Ineos Grenadiers Classics director Ian Stannard.
“He doesn’t look like a neo-professional. He is very calm and focused in his thoughts and understanding of racing. It’s hard to know what to expect when they arrive so young, but he actually has a calm head, a lot of power and you would almost classify him as someone who has a lot of experience,” said Ian Stannard, director of Ineos Grenadiers Classics.