Kenilworth Common Boxing Day cyclo-cross race to return for 2021

By James Smith

3rd Dec 2021 | Cycling

The annual cyclo-cross race held on Kenilworth Common will return for 2021 having been cancelled last year.

Organised by the Coventry Road Club, this year's will be the 66th instalment of the race.

Last held in 2019, some 95 riders took part across nine different categories.

The event will see Common Lane closed during the day for the oldest cyclo-cross race in the UK.

They will start at the centre of the lower common, before heading out onto the roads and up Common Lane. They will then be challenged to navigate the tricky descents through the woods and through the mud.

Entry places are limited and entrants must register a week before the race.


11am - Under 10's
  1. 15am - Under 12's
12pm - Main Event Coventry Road Club is also looking for volunteers to help marshall the course. For more Kenilworth events follow this link to our What's On page! (Image by John Brightley via More Kenilworth news stories: - What's on in Kenilworth this weekend

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