Beverley Grand Prix makes a return in 2024

Fri 15th March 2024
Beverley Grand Prix Makes A Return In 2024

After several years, the British Cycling National Circuit Series returns to the historic streets of Beverley town centre on Friday, 19 July, 2024, bringing future stars of the sport to compete in this prestigious series.

Last run in 2017, the Beverley Grand Prix has in recent memory produced such winners as Brenton Jones, Chris Lawless, and three times Olympic gold medallist, Ed Clancy OBE.

In the weeks before the Paris Olympic Games, Beverley Grand Prix will proudly bring round six of the Open and Women’s National Circuit Series for an evening of fast, thrilling cycle racing action which will commence around 4pm with a community ride giving families a chance to experience a national level cycling event in the safety of closed roads around the town.

In advance of the competitive races, there will be a Community Ride, aimed at our younger riders, which will give opportunity to ride ‘traffic free’ around the course with your friends and family - see the event website for details. Multiple youth races and a support race will precede the two joint headline events as the evening draws to a close around 10pm.

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 Councillor Anne Handley, leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:

“I am absolutely delighted that we have been able to play our part in bringing this prestigious event back to Beverley. We are looking forward to a fantastic evening of competitive cycling around the town.”

 Councillor Nick Coultish, East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Cabinet member for culture, leisure and tourism, added:

“Bringing this event back to Beverley just before the Olympic Games is a real coup for the council, and for the local area! I know that people will really enjoy coming along to see what promises to be an exciting and thoroughly enjoyable occasion!”

 Alan Menzies, Interim Chief Executive at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:

“We have a real tradition of bringing cycling events to the East Riding, and it’s very pleasing that we are able to do so again in 2024. Come into Beverley on 19 July and enjoy the spectacle!”

Anthony Gill, Head of Sport, British Cycling, said:

“We are delighted to be supporting the return to Beverley for the sixth round of the 2024 National Circuit Series. At British Cycling, we have fond memories of the Beverley Grand Prix and cannot wait to return for some thrilling racing for spectators and fans of cycling to enjoy. A huge thank you must go to East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Beverley Town Council and Generation Pro Cycling Events Ltd, who have been vital to seeing this event return for the first time since 2017.”

Chris Lawrence, Event Director from Generation Pro Cycling Events said:

“We are tremendously proud to be asked to bring Beverley Grand Prix back to the national series calendar. Beverley Grand Prix will be a terrific event, drawing on our mantra of #InspireTheNextGeneration. We will provide a platform for many young people to embrace a national level cycling event in the town centre and showcase the very best cycling talent in the country and in years to come …. the world!!”

For further information on the 2024 British Cycling National Series events, please visit:

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