Beaumont Trophy

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Beaumont Trophy
Race details
DateJune
RegionNorthumberland, England
Local name(s)Virgin Money Cyclone
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle day race
History
First edition1952 (1952)
Editions48 (as of 2018)
First winner Stan Blair (GBR)
Most wins Ray Wetherell (GBR) (5 wins)
Most recent Connor Swift (GBR)

The Beaumont Trophy is a cycling race based near the village of Stamfordham, Northumberland, England. It was first run in 1952 and since 2007 has been part of the Virgin Money Cyclone weekend of cycling events in the North East. In 2011 the event was held as the British National Road Race Championships, and was won by Bradley Wiggins of Team Sky. In 2014 it became part of the UCI Europe Tour as a 1.2 level race.[1] In 2018, the race was again held as part of the National Road Race Championships, won by Connor Swift of Madison Genesis.

Past winners[edit]

Rider Team
1952 United Kingdom Stan Blair (GBR) Viking Cycles[2]
1953 United Kingdom Don Sanderson (GBR)
1954 United Kingdom Des Robinson (GBR)
1955 United Kingdom Don Sanderson (GBR)
1958 United Kingdom Bill Baty (GBR)
1962 United Kingdom Derek Hepple (GBR)
1963 United Kingdom Ron Gardener (GBR)
1964 United Kingdom John Dixon (GBR)
1965 United Kingdom Norman Baty (GBR)
1966 United Kingdom Ray Wetherell (GBR)
1967 United Kingdom Ray Wetherell (GBR)
1968 United Kingdom Ray Wetherell (GBR)
1969 United Kingdom Paul Blackett (GBR)
1970 United Kingdom Eddie McGourley (GBR)
1971 United Kingdom Ray Wetherell (GBR)
1972 United Kingdom Ray Wetherell (GBR)
1973 United Kingdom Joseph Waugh (GBR)
1975 United Kingdom Robin Childes (GBR)
1976 United Kingdom Alan Topp (GBR)
1982 United Kingdom Richard Healy (GBR)
1983 United Kingdom Arthur Caygill (GBR)
1990 United Kingdom Robert Harris (GBR)
1991 United Kingdom Andy Matheson (GBR)
1993 United Kingdom Richard Moore (GBR)
1994 United Kingdom Paul Curran (GBR)
1995 United Kingdom Mark Walsham (GBR)
1997 United Kingdom Paul Blackett Jr. (GBR)
1998 United Kingdom Elliot Gowland (GBR)
1999 United Kingdom Ian Childes (GBR)
2000 United Kingdom Billy Mitchinson (GBR)
2001 United Kingdom Glen Turnbull (GBR)
2002 United Kingdom Richard Sutcliffe (GBR)
2003 United Kingdom Graham McGarrity (GBR)
2004 United Kingdom Mark Wordsworth (GBR)
2005 United Kingdom Malcolm Elliott (GBR) Pinarello–Assos
2006 United Kingdom Evan Oliphant (GBR) Recycling.co.uk[3]
2007 United Kingdom Russell Downing (GBR) Health Net–Maxxis[4]
2008 United Kingdom Rob Hayles (GBR) Team Halfords Bikehut[5]
2009 United Kingdom Bradley Wiggins (GBR) Garmin–Slipstream[6]
2010 United Kingdom Chris Newton (GBR) Rapha Condor–Sharp
2011 United Kingdom Bradley Wiggins (GBR) Team Sky[7]
2012 United Kingdom Russell Downing (GBR) Endura Racing
2013 United Kingdom Dean Downing (GBR) Madison Genesis[8]
2014 United Kingdom Kristian House (GBR) Rapha Condor–JLT[9]
2015 United Kingdom Christopher Latham (GBR) Great Britain (national team)[10]
2016 New Zealand Dion Smith (NZL) ONE Pro Cycling
2017 United Kingdom Peter Williams (GBR) ONE Pro Cycling
2018 United Kingdom Connor Swift (GBR) Madison Genesis

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 22 June 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2014.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Beaumont Trophy Event Information". Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  3. ^ "2006 results". Cycling TV. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  4. ^ "Beaumont Trophy 2007". Gosforth Road Club. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  5. ^ "Beaumont Trophy 2008". Gosforth Road Club. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  6. ^ "Beaumont Trophy 2009". Gosforth Road Club. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  7. ^ "Cyclone's Beaumont Trophy". Cycling World. Archived from the original on 22 June 2014. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  8. ^ Kennedy, Andrew. "Road: Dean Downing clinches Beaumont Trophy win". British Cycling. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  9. ^ "2014 Beaumont Trophy". velowire.com. Retrieved 22 June 2014.
  10. ^ "Chris Latham wins Beaumont Trophy". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 27 June 2015.

External links[edit]

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