Cavendish To Ride In British Championships

Last updated : 19 May 2012 By Kev Monks

Mark Cavendish has confirmed that he will be competing in the British Championships.

This year, the national championship takes place on Sunday June 24th at Ampleforth, Yorkshire and will see the cream of British cycling including a strong team from Team Sky who will include World Champion Mark Cavendish and British Champion Bradley Wiggins.

The mens race will have three laps of a 18.9 mile circuit that takes the riders by the ruins of Byland Abbey, the scenic villages of Coxwold, Oulston, Crayke and Brandsby before climbing to Yearsley, then one to a shorter circuit of 9.5 miles which the riders will complete six times to make a total race distance of 182km or 113.7miles.

This year’s National Road Race Championships will be broadcast on ITV4 on Monday 25th June at 7pm.

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