Watch the TLI High Peak Road Cycle Race

The TLI High Peak Road Race, organised by Sharrow, Whirlow and Norton Wheelers cycling clubs, starts from 10am, on Sunday, July 1, at Chelmorton Institute, on Main Street, at Chelmorton, Taddington, and involves over five laps with a finish near Hubber Dale.

The Montura sponsored race takes in Chelmorton, Flagg and Monyash with three handicapped groups separated primarily by age differences.

There will also be over £500 of prizes available including the Lyn Collins Memorial Award for the first woman rider.

A full field of 80 riders is again expected to come from all over Yorkshire, Humberside, North Notts, North Lincs, Stafford, Macclesfield, Manchester and Liverpool and more locally from Matlock and Buxton.

Riders will be handicapped into three groups based on age and ability. They will compete for a total prize list of £500. The first female rider will receive the Lynn Collins Award in memory of the wife of one of the event organisers who died last autumn.

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