Full result, photos and report on Joe Perrett’s win in the classic early season time trial, the North Road CC Hard Riders
In the first big clash of the top riders in 2013, the Eddie Soens with 250 riders is set to be yet another classic event on the British calendar.
The 2013 road season starts here with the 48th running of the British early season classic, the Perfs Pedal in Hampshire. VeloUK is here with live updates and photos!
A climbers race for the first Premier in 2013 as the Tour of Reservoir expands to two days on tough roads around Blanchland in Northumberland
Another Classic to have survived the cull over the years, the Wally Gimber Trophy, is accepting entries for the race to be held on March 24, 2013.
Part of a huge cycling weekend in the North East (June 28-July 1), the Beaumont Trophy is one of the oldest events on the racing calendar and in 2012, will be round 5 in the Premier Calendar series.
124 riders on the start sheet for the Nelson Wheelers British classic time trial on Sunday, 1st April at Ingleton, North Yorkshire held on the L503 course
This Weekend: A preview of a long running British classic, the Wally Gimber, from the race organisers, Dulwich Paragon CC including the honours list of past winners
The Cheshire Classic Women’s Road Race has picked up a new sponsor for 2012, road bike specialist Epic Cycles.
The Dulwich Paragon Cycling Club are promoting the Wally Gimber Trophy on March 25th for Elite/1/2/3 riders in a race over 140 kilometres
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Peter Young Memorial (18th March in the South East) organised by Jeff Marshall of the Hounslow and District Wheelers
The 26th of February sees a British Classic take place with an honours list packed with British legends and greats; the North Road CC’s ‘Hard Riders’ Time Trial
Ryedale Grand Prix the location for the British Road Race Championships in 2012
It was the ’70s and Pat McQuaid, now head of the UCI, was in England and winning a classic that is sadly no longer with us, the Tour of the Cotswolds
One of the few Premier Calendar events in Wales, this was organised by Phil and Louise Jones before they emigrated to Australia.
Held in Hampshire, this was a tough race to win and among the winners since 1998 are Chris Walker, Russell Downing and John Tanner …
Held in Hertfordshire, starting Welwyn Garden City during its final runnings, the race was part of the Premier Calendar
Raced at Aintree, this race’s list of a winners is like a who’s who of British greats.
A classic held just north of London and with a great list of winners including Roger Hammond and a certain Phil Griffiths …
Held in North Yorkshire, this event, organised by Bob Howden, has twice doubled as the British RR Championship and will do so again in 2012.
One of the Scottish Classics still running today in the Southern Border region of Scotland.
Another race (1955 – 2001) steeped in history but sadly lost to the sport ten years ago.
A race (1936 – 2003) from a small island producing some of the World’s best bike riders.
One of the Eastern region’s finest and a classic race that still attracts a quality field and rightly so.
The daddy of the classics (a British monument you might say) and the race pros want to win year in, year out. Thank goodness for the Lincoln GP…
Races include London to Holyhead, London to Bradford (1979/1980) and Bristol to Bradford (1981)
This is a new event in Britain but one so unique from Colin Clewes that its become a classic on the calendar. © Jim Hendry, Archivist
This was Mark Lovatt’s race, he won this race so often against class riders he was a machine over the roads he trained on. © Jim Hendry, Archivist
Podiums for the World Cup Races in Britain from © Jim Hendry, Archivist