Beaumont Trophy 2021

Road , Northumberland – Sunday, 26 Sep 2021

Event Summary

Event Overview

The race is part of the British Cycling National Road Series

The event will be run over a distance of 114mls (182kms). All details including route can be found at www.cyclonecycling.co,uk

The field will be limited to 140 riders and selection will be done as per the National Series regulations. The Beaumont Trophy was first run in 1952, the year after the Gosforth Road Club was formed. It was presented by Rex Beaumont, a cycle and motorcycle wholesaler based in Newcastle. The first edition of the race was won by Stan Blair riding for Viking Cycles and started and finished in Gosforth Park where the club had its headquarters.   In the next 66 years the race has been won by many famous riders including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Newton, Russell and Dean Downing, Malcolm Elliott and Don Sanderson to name but a few. The most prolific winner of the Trophy is Ray Wetherell who has won it 5 times. Sir Bradley Wiggins has won it twice, once as National Champion in 2011.   The race was part of the British Cycling Premier Calendar for 7yrs before gaining UCI status in 2013. In 2021 it will be part of the HSBC British Cycling National Road Series   The race is centered around the village of Stamfordham and takes in the fearsome climb of the Ryals where Team Sky launched their attack that resulted in Wiggins winning the National RR title in 2011. The day will be a full day of entertainment for all the family with lots on offer for all spectators. Expect to see some of the top riders in the World out training on the Saturday if you are competing in one of the Challenge rides.    Race HQ will be at Stamfordham Village Hall where there will be refreshments for spectators and toilet facilities. The Swinburne Arms will also be open for refreshments and food throughout the day.   Spectators will not be allowed to park in Stamfordham and will be directed to designated parking areas outside the village. More details will be given in the programme and parking areas will be signposted.   The race will be subject to a rolling road closure which will be under the control of Northumbria Police and the National Escort Group. There will be delays and all spectators are urged not to attempt to drive around the course unnecessarily.   The race will start at 1.15pm and will be a combination of two circuits. The larger circuit is 22.3mls and includes the climb of the Ryals which will be tackled 4 times by the riders. The smaller circuit is 13.9 mls and this will be tackled twice. The race will start with one lap of the smaller circuit before going on to complete 4 laps of the larger circuit and then finish with a final lap of the small circuit. Total distance 114mls (182.4km).  

Event Details

Event URN:

482446

Start Date:

Sun, 26th Sep 2021

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Stamfordham Village Hall, Village Green, Stamfordham, Northumberland, NE18 0LA

View map

Series:

HSBC UK National Road Series - Men

Cheques payable to:

Enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Sun, 12th Sep 2021

Online Entry FAQs
Event promoted by:

Gosforth Road Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Peter Harrison
07710 635514
petersan@btinternet.com

Online entry method:

Organiser selects entrants

Enter Online

About the Event

Info for Riders

The race will be run over 5 laps (1 x 14miles & 4 x 25 miles) making a total of 114 miles (182.4kms) The race will climb the Ryals four times and there will be KOM, U23 and Points and Team Competitions.

Entry Fees & Races

Enter a Race

E/1/2 Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Sun 26/09/21 13:15 National A Band 1 1st, 2nd, Elite 183km / 114 miles
Entry: Online: (£40.00 + £1.00 Application fee)
Sun 26/09/21 – 13:15
National A, Band 1 | 1st, 2nd, Elite
183km / 114 miles  |  Entry: Online: (£40.00 + £1.00 Application fee)

Event Summary

Event Overview

The race is part of the British Cycling National Road Series

The event will be run over a distance of 114mls (182kms). All details including route can be found at www.cyclonecycling.co,uk

The field will be limited to 140 riders and selection will be done as per the National Series regulations. The Beaumont Trophy was first run in 1952, the year after the Gosforth Road Club was formed. It was presented by Rex Beaumont, a cycle and motorcycle wholesaler based in Newcastle. The first edition of the race was won by Stan Blair riding for Viking Cycles and started and finished in Gosforth Park where the club had its headquarters.   In the next 66 years the race has been won by many famous riders including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Newton, Russell and Dean Downing, Malcolm Elliott and Don Sanderson to name but a few. The most prolific winner of the Trophy is Ray Wetherell who has won it 5 times. Sir Bradley Wiggins has won it twice, once as National Champion in 2011.   The race was part of the British Cycling Premier Calendar for 7yrs before gaining UCI status in 2013. In 2021 it will be part of the HSBC British Cycling National Road Series   The race is centered around the village of Stamfordham and takes in the fearsome climb of the Ryals where Team Sky launched their attack that resulted in Wiggins winning the National RR title in 2011. The day will be a full day of entertainment for all the family with lots on offer for all spectators. Expect to see some of the top riders in the World out training on the Saturday if you are competing in one of the Challenge rides.    Race HQ will be at Stamfordham Village Hall where there will be refreshments for spectators and toilet facilities. The Swinburne Arms will also be open for refreshments and food throughout the day.   Spectators will not be allowed to park in Stamfordham and will be directed to designated parking areas outside the village. More details will be given in the programme and parking areas will be signposted.   The race will be subject to a rolling road closure which will be under the control of Northumbria Police and the National Escort Group. There will be delays and all spectators are urged not to attempt to drive around the course unnecessarily.   The race will start at 1.15pm and will be a combination of two circuits. The larger circuit is 22.3mls and includes the climb of the Ryals which will be tackled 4 times by the riders. The smaller circuit is 13.9 mls and this will be tackled twice. The race will start with one lap of the smaller circuit before going on to complete 4 laps of the larger circuit and then finish with a final lap of the small circuit. Total distance 114mls (182.4km).  

Event Details

Event URN:

482446

Start Date:

Sun, 26th Sep 2021

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Stamfordham Village Hall, Village Green, Stamfordham, Northumberland, NE18 0LA

View map

Series:

HSBC UK National Road Series - Men

Cheques payable to:

Enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Sun, 12th Sep 2021

Online Entry FAQs
Event promoted by:

Gosforth Road Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Peter Harrison
07710 635514
petersan@btinternet.com

Online entry method:

Organiser selects entrants

Enter Online

About the Event

Info for Riders

The race will be run over 5 laps (1 x 14miles & 4 x 25 miles) making a total of 114 miles (182.4kms) The race will climb the Ryals four times and there will be KOM, U23 and Points and Team Competitions.

Entry Fees & Races

Enter a Race

E/1/2 Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Sun 26/09/21 13:15 National A Band 1 1st, 2nd, Elite 183km / 114 miles
Entry: Online: (£40.00 + £1.00 Application fee)
Sun 26/09/21 – 13:15
National A, Band 1 | 1st, 2nd, Elite
183km / 114 miles  |  Entry: Online: (£40.00 + £1.00 Application fee)

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