Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: British National Track Championships, British National Road Race Championships, British League ofMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
Pages: 24. Chapters: British National Track Championships, British National Road Race Championships, British League of Racing Cyclists, British National Circuit Race Championships, Revolution, British Cycling, British National Derny Championships, Dick Poole, British National Cyclo-cross Championships, Cycling Time Trials, Revolution - Season 5, National Cyclists Union, Manchester Velodrome, British National Madison Championships, British National Team Pursuit Championships, Rapha Condor-Sharp, Endura Racing, Pedaltech-Cyclingnews-Jako, ANC-Halfords Cycling Team, Revolution Season 1, Welsh National Road Race Championships, Saffron Lane sports centre, British National Team Sprint Championships, Brian Cookson, Fallowfield Stadium, Plowman Craven-Evans Cycles, British National Time Trial Championships, Scottish Cycling, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Road Records Association, Linda McCartney Racing Team, Redbridge Cycling Centre, Wales National Velodrome.
Excerpt: The British National Track Championships are held annually. Organized by British Cycling, they are competitions of various track cycling disciplines in age, gender and disability categories. The British National Road Race Championships cover different categories of British road bicycle racing events, normally held annually.
Between 1943 and 1958, two separate bodies - the British League of Racing Cyclists (BLRC) and the National Cyclists Union (NCU) - ran championships in competition with each other. Between 1946 and 1958 the BLRCs championships were split into two, an amateur race and the independent championship for semi-professional riders. Womens championships were introduced by the BLRC in 1947 and by the NCU in 1956. In 1959, the NCU and the BLRC merged to create the British Cycling Federation.
Separate amateur and professional mens championships we...