On the weekend of Saturday 12th October, we continue the revival of the famous old race, and WACX host their Beverly CX in the eve. Then on and Sunday 13th Mr Vesparazzi hosts the Beverley Heroic Classic rides through the roads less traveled – see post HERE.
SPR are staging the event in the same format as the last three year’s awesome outings. A 114km Handicap race, starting and finishing in the charming Wheatbelt town of Beverley – one and a bit hours East of Perth.
As we wrote previously……..
“Rolling over undulating terrain, riders travel through rural views gently uphill, into shaded bushland of Wandoo National Park. The turnaround on to the return run sees a fast flowing lightly downhill run – handicap groups will need to work well to keep the scratch men at bay. The racing climaxes in the short rise on the approach to Lenard Rd with 4km to go– the first rider to crest holds the advantage in a fast run into the line. The handicap format encourages groups to work well together over the parcours.”
Our first year we were graced with multiple Track World Champions and local legends Cameron Meyer and Michael Freiberg as our winner and runner up in a cracking sprint finish. Not to mention Col Tierney attacking solo from 18km out and ONLY JUST getting caught in the final 300m. Second year, the win came from the bunch off a healthy handicap and last year saw another Moustache win, from MCC.
If you’ve nominated for ToMR this year, you should already have your entry done. Who’s up for the win this year……. ?
Entry for The Beverley Heroic Race is closing soon!!! The link to the EntryBoss registration page HERE.
Be a part of WA Cycling history. Go on – be Heroic.