David Judson Viner joined his local cycling club, the Ellesmere St Raphael CC and rode his first club 10 time trial in 1968. He became an enthusiastic road racer representing Great Britain in the 1979 Milk Race Tour of Britain. He served as a police officer for 31 years and since retiring in 2002, he has devoted much of his time working for the good of grassroots cycling.
David greatly values more inclusion and ethnic diversity in cycling and is very actively leading the campaign to have an indoor velodrome built within Birmingham or wider West Midlands as a legacy of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
The ‘Build a West Midlands Velodrome’ campaign is pushing for a training and development centre as a legacy of the...Read more
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