Saturday 17th October 2020, 10.00 am
Team Time Trial-50km
No aero/TT bikes - normal road bikes
6 rider teams (first 4 across the line - but all must finish)
10.00 am Race Registration
11.00 am Race start
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm Race finishers
3.00 pm Prize giving- Beverley Town Hall
Modern bikes expected, Heroic bikes welcome.
Beautiful roads heading East from Beverley, a turn around. Wide road and quiet. The clock is ticking and the Main street finish will be buzzing.
Prizes to be announced
Cost $40 per rider plus transaction fees for Cycling Australia members and temporary members
$5 timing chip if required
Nomination closes midnight Tuesday 13th October or when sold out - capped at 200 riders
keep your email entry confirmation and present on the day.
Start + finish
Beverley Town Hall
138 Vincent Street, Beverley
Midnight Friday 9th October.
More details and enter now
THIS IS A RACE ON A SIGN POSTED ROUTE WITH ONLY A SWEEP BUS, NO SPARES VEHICLES OR FOLLOW CARS ALLOWED.
You are responsible for your own safety, equipment, speed & course on the variety of terrain on your ride
Follow the road rules
ride with courtesy & care.
Helmets are law.
in case of emergency call 000 ambulance, police, fire.
if you have an accident call Race Director
The Rover Road Race of 1897 was the brainchild of Percy Armstrong, noted rider and entrepreneurial owner of the Rover Cycling Agency. The gruelling event of 116 miles over rough turn of the century roads proved popular and was later re-named The Beverley to Perth Race - or simply the “Beverley”.
— Rob Frith, WA Historic Cycle Club