British National Road Race Champion

Peter Kennaugh won his first national road race title by outsprinting his team-mate Ben Swift on a challenging course in Monmouthshire. This cap, decorated in the classic red, white and blue of the national champion’s kit, is constructed from a breathable cotton fabric with an anti-bacterial tape lining.

Peter Kennaugh, despite being only 25-years-old, has had an incredible run of results in the national road race stretching back to 2008. We spoke to Peter after his victory on finally winning the title, his past results, and his favourite national champion from the sport’s history.

Read the blog with Peter Kennaugh on his history in the British national road race »

Read Tom Southam’s interview with Peter Kennaugh »

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