Back for its 3rd year The East Cleveland Klondike Grand prix will return along with all the biggest teams and riders that will descend upon East Cleveland to take on this tough circuit!
There are 3 significant hills on each of the 3 main laps. They are short and sharp making it a course for a strong rider who can climb well but has the legs to keep it going in the tough side winds over the top.
The ladies will race first, starting from 9am on Westgate Guisborough a field of the UK’s top Female racers will assemble for the opening round to the HSBC National Women’s Series. They will race 65.7 miles over 2 laps of the same large circuit which the men will use.
The Men’s race will start at 1.30pm prompt and rollout through to Dunsdale. The flag will drop as we turn right to Sandy Lane (errington woods) and the racing will start immediately, the riders will turn right through New Marske, onto the A174, we join the main circuit at 4 Lane ends, it’s over 100 miles to complete the circuit the riders will do 3 laps, then one small lap, then return home from boosbeck, Margrove Park, Charltons, slapewath back to Guisborough via whitby Road for the nail biting finish!
The finish line will be at Westgate Guisborough in front of Sunnyfield House where huge crowds will gather to enjoy the excitement. A great race for Elite riders to take part in and for the crowds to enjoy.
The Stockton Wheelers are running youth races from 1.30 – 4:30pm as part of the Klondike GP. The races will be on closed roads in Guisborough Town Centre for all Youth categories
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