Beverley has a long history of town centre bike racing, previously hosting the Elite Circuit Series and British Cycling Circuit Race Championships.
As the excitement of the Tour de France in Yorkshire continues to grip the county, the historic streets of Beverley will again reverberate to the sounds of cycling
As the region continues to gear up for the Tour de France, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding residents that Beverley will again be hosting some of the country’s top riders, in July, as they take part in the hugely popular Elite Men’s Circuit Race
Fans of cycling had a double instalment of fun this Friday as top riders took on the challenge of racing around the Beverley.
The historic streets of Beverley will again reverberate to the sounds of cycling as some of the Country’s top riders descend upon the East Riding, in July,
Beverley will welcome some of the best cyclists in Britain to the town next month. The racing starts with the National Circuit Race Championship on Friday evening through the town centre, a thrillling race which last year saw Olympic champion Ed Clancy storm to victory in front of a huge crowd. The timetable for the evening is as follows: 6pm: National A youth event 30 mins plus 3 laps 6.35pm:…
York rider Mike Moss stormed to victory in the Keith Jordan Memorial Support Race in Beverley last night. The 25-minute plus three lap event was a warm up to the main event of the evening, the latest leg of the National Circuit Race Championships. Moss was followed home by Bradford’s Mike Shackleton, riding for Ellis Briggs RT, and Scotland’s Tom Arnstein, riding for Velo Ecosse. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on…