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Proper Northern Road Race Series 2023


We're BACK with our series of three National B (E123) - the Proper Northern Road Race Series. The Series is for teams and individuals. There will be separate Men's and Women's races. Equal prize money will be awarded to both.


Final Standings for 2023 are here

Race Rounds

As you’ve come to expect, our races take place on familiar grippy Northern roads with summit or hill top finishes. Weather is almost always a factor too. Proper racing on proper courses.


Round 1 - Sunday March 12 - Capernwray Road Race - results here

Round 2 - Sunday April 30 - Oakenclough Road Race - results here

Round 3 - Sunday July 23 - Aughton Road Race - results here


The Men’s races will take place in the morning and the Women’s races in the afternoon of each race day.


Team Series

Both Men’s and Women’s Teams will be made up of the following:


Minimum 3 riders / maximum 5 men - 7 women (first 3 to count) 

Teams and Individuals will be informed whether their entries have been successful on close of entries . Preference will be given to Teams entering all three Rounds of the Series.


We will accept entries from “composite teams” made up of individuals. 

Further Information and FAQs

If you have any further questions regarding the Series, the individual Races or any other aspect of the Proper Northern Road Race Series, please contact Deb John by email at 

Our Thanks

The Proper Northern Road Race Series is once again supported by Ribble Cycles who have helped make both the running of these races and the significant prize commitments possible. Together with Ribble, we are also grateful to ongoing support from Become Wild Edale, Fell Brewery and Atkinsons Coffee. Each of these awesome businesses deserves your attention because they offer brilliant goods and experiences and are run by real, genuine, ace people. Please do check them out and be sure to thank them for helping to support the Proper Northern Race Series.


We look forward to seeing you in March for some PROPER racing.


Photos by the very excellent Ellen Isherwood

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