Totnes Vire

Totnes Vire as a race, dates back to 1974 and celebrates the twinning of the two towns. It’s one of the longest established races in the UK calendar and a history can be found here: Totnes Vire History

The classic terrain of the South Hams has led to some immense battles in the past with previous winners including; Darrel Webster, Mark Bell, Peter Longbottom, Jon Locke and our own Mike Parker.

In 2022, the Mid Devon CC will organise the 47th edition of the Totnes Vire.

We are super excited to bring you an action packed day of racing around some of Dartmoors finest roads. Totnes Vire’s history as one of the country’s longest standing and best run races continues after a hiatus for the pandemic in 2020. This year a single stage of 3 laps of the Roadford Lake will guarantee some fireworks and tired legs. We will also run a Junior only race concurrently for two laps to bring some much needed opportunity to the younger riders here in the South West.

Est. Moving Time Distance Elevation Gain
01:40:09 46.73 664.91
hours km meters

The route follows a rolling course around Roadford Lake with a few punchy kickers that act as perfect springboards. The E/1/2 Race will do 3 laps and the Juniors will do 2.

Event details for entry here:

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/238409/Totnes-Vire-

Prize fund for both races

  • 1st – £150
  • 2nd – £100
  • 3rd – £50

For more details please email info@middevon.cc