What is the Para Cycling Road Race?
For the very first time, a Para-cycling race will take place alongside the UCI Road World Championships. The race itself will be Yorkshire 2019 Para-Cycling International and will welcome entries from every Paralympic road racing classification. The riders will start from three different locations along the same route and all finish in Harrogate.
B - Tandem (visually impaired riders with a sighted pilot on the front),
C - Bicycle (riders with physical impairments using an adapted bicycle to assist them),
H - Handcycle (riders with impairments affecting either both legs or a combination of the upper and lower limbs),
T - Tricycle (riders with cerebral palsy, neurological conditions or unable to ride a bicycle)
The Yorkshire 2019 Para-Cycling International takes place on a point-to-point route between Beverley and Harrogate. There are 3 start locations along the route - Beverley, Tadcaster and Wetherby. All races finish in Harrogate. The below information shows which class will start from which location.
- B Men
- B Women
- C4-5 Men
- H3-5 Men
- H5 Women
- C1-3 Men
- C4-5 Women
- C1-3 Women (41.2km)
- H1-2 Men (41.2km)
- H1-4 Women (41.2km)
- T1-2 Men (28km)
- T1-2 Women (28km)
The above information is all subject to change.
The event is open to athletes who are eligible to compete in para-cycling as per UCI rules (Part XVI).
You can now read our guide to the event, which includes information on the schedule, route, travel and accommodation. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have.