Beeston Road Club is an active, friendly and supportive club based in Beeston, Nottingham. The club was formed in 1945, when a group of cyclists met on V.E. Day, where they formed Beeston Touring Club which later became Beeston Road Club.
The club caters to cyclists of all ages and abilities and has an active calendar of organised rides as well as social events. There is also a long-running youth section, offering coached sessions, a gateway into racing and a friendly atmosphere.
Beeston Road Club turns 75
Mike Davis elected Club Treasurer following the retirement of John Perry who stepped down after 48 years of service
60th Anniversary Dinner Dance held at the Royal Regency Banqueting Suite, Ilkeston
Sid Standard dies following a tragic accident whilst leading a CTC run in Derbyshire
Mick Hart elected Club Chariman following the retirement of John Kelly who moved to Ireland
Club Membership exceeds 100 for the first time
New design of club race kit introduced
Sid Standard elected Club President following the retirement of Arthur Panter
Miss Polly Evening Time Trial League sponsorship began
Ladies Championship introduced
First 200 Club Lottery promoted to raise funds
Beeston Road Club is sponsored by Mansfield Brewery
Club promotes the National Ameteur Pursuit Championship & National 50 Kilometre Motor Paced Championship at Leicester Track.
The "Horizontal Trophy" first awarded
First organised trip to the "Morecombe Weekend"
Bernard Barneston Trophy donated tot he club
Football lotteries promoted to raise funds
Club promotes the National 100 mile Time Trial Championship
At a general meeting held on 9th June the name of the club was officially changed to the Beeston Road Club.
First promotion of 100 mile time trial
First club records established
Beeston Touring Club is formed on V.E. Day, in Wollaton park, later to become Beeston Road Club