Saturday 29th June 2019 7pm

Chris Sidwells, journalist and writer, author of 20 books and 1000s of articles on cycling, is Tom Simpson's nephew.  Join us for an evening of adventure, ambition, success and ultimately tragedy, as Chris shares the story of his uncle from a unique family perspective.  "Cycling Legends 01 Tom Simpson" is Chris's latest book and will be available for purchase on the evening. We will also have the bike that Tom used to win Paris-Nice in 1967 as well as one of his rainbow jerseys in store.  Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. 

Ticket includes a glass of wine and tasty nibbles.


Wednesday 25th September 2019 7pm

William Fotheringham's biography of Yorkshire legend Beryl Burton is out in September. Come and hear acclaimed cycling journalist William Fotheringham talk about this remarkable woman and to sign copies of his new book - fresh off the press.

A prolific world and national champion on road and track, whose career lasted more than 25 years, Beryl Burton dominated women’s racing in the UK during the 1960s and 1970s, taking almost 100 national titles. She not only spoke out for equality in cycle racing but also challenged stereotypes by the way she rode: she competed on equal terms with men, and managed an unheard-of feat in setting an absolute British record for distance covered over 12 hours in 1967.

Come along for what promises to be a very special evening. Ticket price includes a glass of wine and tasty nibbles.