Fans of cyclocross, excellent photography, and up-and-coming riders take note: Grit.cx contributor Paul Davy is exhibiting his work at the Rapha Clubhouse in Manchester, UK. The show’s photos capture the 2017 National Cyclocross Championships at Peel Park, Bradford. From Rapha’s website: “This year riders from all over Great Britain including Ian Field, Jack Clarkson, Tom Pidcock, Billy Harding, Amira Mellor and Sophie Thakray amongst many more came together to race for the top position in the country. This selection of images documents moments unique to cyclocross and the dramatic climax of the season.”
The photographer himself will be present at the Clubhouse on May 5th for a Q&A session with Tom Pidcock, a local rider who has made his mark this season with two emphatic world class wins in two cycling disciplines: he is the Junior Cyclocross World Champion and winner of the 2017 Junior Paris-Roubaix. Join Davy to learn how Pidcock has reached this stage and what his hopes are for the future. Pidcock’s winning cyclocross bike and world champs jersey are on display in the Clubhouse as well.
“In Conversation with Tom Pidcock” happens Friday 5th May, from 6.30-8.30pm; “Bradford—The Heart of British Cyclocross” photo exhibition is open to view now and will be on display for a couple of months.