Historic Overview Sid Barras

Rider

Overall Rank3435
NameSid BARRAS
Country
  Great Britain
Date of birth03-Apr-1948 - Middlesbrough (Redcar and Cleveland)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Sid Barras - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1970 Bantel 65 333
2. 1971 Bantel 33 399
3. 1972 Bantel 89 295
4. 1973 Bantel 87 264
5. 1974 Raleigh 77 300
6. 1975 Bantel 64 292
7. 1976 Bantel 123 259
8. 1977 Bantel 78 290
9. 1978 Viking 59 338
10. 1979 Carlton 65 338
11. 1980 Weinmann 23 424
12. 1981 Coventry Eagle 49 402
13. 1982 Falcon 11 531
14. 1983 Falcon 26 468
15. 1984 Falcon 3 670
16. 1985 Moducel 21 551
17. 1986 Moducel 22 551
18. 1987 Watertech 11 721
Overall: 906 3435

Biography

Sid Barras (born 3 April 1948) is an English former professional road racing cyclist from Middlesbrough, Cleveland. He was a professional for 18 years. One of Britain's foremost racing cyclists in the 1970s and 1980s with 380 wins, in 18 years as a professional. He was national champion three times and won a stage of the Tour of Majorca and in the 1973 Tour of Switzerland.

In 1999, Barras was directeur sportif of the British UCI division 3 team, Men's Health. He was manager of Recycling.co.uk in 2007.

He won the national over-50 championship in 2008. In 2009, he was inducted into the British Cycling Hall of Fame.

Barras is father of professional cyclist, Tom Barras.

source - Wikipedia