COMING UP

SUNDAY, JULY 4

PRISON BREAK RACE

7am start, Trellis Bay

Start: Trellis Bay (intersection to Loose Mongoose & Jeremy's Kitchen) at 7:00 a.m.

- Head west towards bridge, turn RIGHT before bridge onto Little Mountain Road

- Take Little Mountain loop counter-clockwise (turn RIGHT), one loop and return to main road

- Turn RIGHT, cross bridge then immediate RIGHT towards prison

- Uphill past prison, then continue along road past Little Bay and Lambert, then RIGHT turn uphill towards ridge road (intersection at top of Josiah's Bay)

- At Ridge Rd., turn LEFT downhill towards East End Police Station

- At Police Station, turn RIGHT onto Blackburn Hwy. continue to HLSCC (college)

- Turn RIGHT into college drive, up to roundabout at main building and return to main road
 (CAUTION: stay in the MIDDLE of cattle grate at entrance and exit!)
- Turn LEFT onto Blackburn Hwy (main rd.) and return eastbound to Trellis

- Finish line will be just off main road on gravel access road to Jeremy’s

UPDATED JUNE 1

2021 Race Calendar

March 28 - Beef Island Race
April 25 - Nanny Cay Steele Point
July 4 - Prison Break Race
August (TBD) - Carrot Bay Belmont Race
October 31 - Virgin Gorda Race
November 28 - Tour De Tortola

WhatsApp Image 2021-03-28 at 8.22.22 AM

Beef Island Race 2021

Results from the first race of the 2021 season

Apple-Bay

Tired legs don’t stop Philippe Leroy from winning

When most people are tired, they do things conservatively. Not Phillippe Leroy. Riding on what he described as ‘tired legs’ from hard training during the week, he attacked the course from Apple Bay to Carrot Bay, through Belmont and Steel Point before returning for a loop in Carrot Bay and finishing in Apple Bay, to win in 48 minutes even.

Leaders-@-bridge

Cyclists burst out the gates following recent COVID-19 lockdown

Philippe Leroy led senior and junior cyclists out the gate in Sunday’s (September 16) BVI Mountain Bike Prison Break Race, in the first sporting action on Tortola, since sports were paused for a month from mid August, because of a COVID-19 spike and spread within the territory.

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