Lee Valley Velodrome – 14 April 2007
With a history going back over 110 years, The Good Friday Meeting is still one of the most iconic open track cycling events in the calendar, whilst also being a fun, family-friendly event. As the only open event within British track cycling, The Good Friday Meeting enables fans, amateurs and professionals to compete together for one day only
The world famous Good Friday Meeting was conceived in January 1903 when a small group of enthusiasts persuaded their sceptical colleagues of the Southern Counties Cycling Union that the Union should promote a meeting at Herne Hill on the coming Good Friday. The track was booked for the following year and an almost unbroken series of meetings has continued to the present day. This iconic event is part of the rich fabric of British cycling history, that regularly attracts world class riders. Many legends of cycling have plied their trade at The Good Friday Meeting for decades.
The Good Friday Meeting 2017