News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – The Bermuda Bicycle Association announced the athlete selection for this year’s Junior Caribbean Road Cycling Championships. This year’s Bermuda junior national cycling team comprises Annabelle Miller, Charlotte Millington, Moses Johnson, Cameron Morris and Thomas Quarterly. This team headed to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, yesterday ahead of the regional championships being held on Wednesday, November 23 and Thursday, November 24 2022.

Morris and Quarterly will look to better past performances at this championships, while Miller, Millington and Johnson are making their debuts in this significant competition. Bermuda has an illustrious history at the Caribbean Cycling Championships, which have proven to be an essential stepping stone for Bermuda’s stars, including Dominique Mayho,Kaden Hopkins and Nicholas Narraway.

“We wish all riders a safe and successful event,” says Debbie Titterton Narraway, Bermuda Bicycling Association executive committee member. “For some, this may be achieving a podium finish; for others, it is about bettering past results or gaining experience outside of Bermuda so that they can continue to develop and set new cycling goals.”

Led by managers Dave Collins and Chequan Richardson, the 5-strong team will take on the best cyclists aged 15-18 in the Caribbean in the individual time trial and road race. Thecompetition begins Wednesday with the individual time trial, 10 kilometres for the women and 20 kilometres for the men. The next day the ladies will compete over a 60-kilometre course while the men will have a daunting 90 kilometres to tackle.

Bermuda’s junior national team cyclists are part of the Bermuda Bicycle Association’s development program. The program has two streams; the first is open to those 13 years and older looking to learn the ins and outs of road riding and develop skills in a safe and supervised environment, and the second is targeted at 15-18-year-olds looking to train as competitive cyclists. For more information, email