British National Track Championships

The British National Track Championships are held annually. Organised by British Cycling (formerly the British Cycling Federation), they are competitions of various track cycling disciplines in age, gender and disability categories. The Championships are held at the Manchester Velodrome.

Until 1994 both amateur and professionals could take part in the 'Open' events, in addition to specific events that were restricted to either.[1][2][3] The modern era is considered to have started in 1994 eventually replacing the amateur era. In November 1994 British Cycling moved its headquarters to the National Cycling Centre, Manchester, which held been opened earlier in the year by Princess Anne. Consequently, the Championships moved permanently to Manchester.[4]

Venues and datesEdit

DernyEdit

KeirinEdit

MadisonEdit

OmniumEdit

PointsEdit

Pursuit (individual)Edit

Pursuit (team)Edit

ScratchEdit

Sprint (individual)Edit

Sprint (team)Edit

Time TrialEdit

Reference ListEdit

  1. ^ "Pursuit winners". Cycling Archives.
  2. ^ "1 km winners". Cycling Archives.
  3. ^ "sprint winners". Cycling Archives.
  4. ^ "Timeline". Velo UK.