NRC LVRCNewbury RC LVRC Road Race 2018


Sunday 22nd July 2018

LVRC road races

A full programme of races for all LVRC age groups.

Race entry

Entries open: 28 May 2018
Entries close: 8 July 2018

After entry closes a waiting list will be in operation until Wednesday 19th July - all wait listings will be handled by RiderHQ.

Race programme

Start - category - approx distance - laps

10:00 - A&B - 55 miles - 5.75 laps

10:05 - C&D - 45 miles - 4.75 laps

10:10 - EFGH - 36 miles - 3.75 laps

Held under LVRC Rules & Regulations.


The course is the well-known Boxford circuit of approximately 10 miles; undulating with a fair pull up Hungerford Hill of about a mile. The route is mainly on country lanes with a variable road surface - not one for your best tubs!

lvrc route


Raceday info

Signing on timetable

  • Race HQ should be open by 8:30 am
  • Sign on closes at 09:40

How to find the Race HQ

Race HQ: Boxford Village Hall, Rood Hill, Boxford, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8DD.

View map

Parking at HQ

Parking at HQ is limited and there is a low steel gantry over the entrance. Additional parking is in field 100 metres south of race HQ, directly off the road towards Boxford. Please park in designated parking only, under direction from parking stewards.

Car parking at drivers’ own risk; we will not accept any liability for any accidents, damage or loss incurred.

NO PARKING at the finish under any circumstances.


We will be offering a great selection of drinks, home made cakes and fine food at great prices.


We will be offering prizes in line with LVRC recommendations.

About us

The programme is a promotion by Newbury Road Club for the LVRC.

League of Veteran Racing Cyclists

The League of Veteran Racing Cyclists provides racing for cyclists who are veterans. To be eligible to join you must be 40 years of age or more; the League is open equally to male and female bike racers. Find out more...

Newbury Road Club

Newbury Road Club serves cyclists in the Newbury catchment area, approximately 60 miles west of London on the M4 corridor. It has been established since 1925. Whilst it promotes all forms of cycling it is primarily a Road club supporting in particular all forms of on-road riding. Find out more...