Tim Davies

Legendary rider of Alpine Stars fame, he first represented his home country, Wales in 1983 and continued to do so through several Commonwealth Games, World Mountain Bike and Cyclo-Cross Championships, not to mention British Championships along the way.

Tim was born in 1967 in Welshpool, Powys. His career highlights include representing Wales in the Junior Tour of Ireland in 1983; In 1986 he rode for Wales on the track in the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh; 1989 saw Tim win the British National Mountain Bike Championship and in 1991 he came 7th in the World Mountain Bike Championships in Italy as well as representing Great Britain in the World Cyclo-Cross Championships. Over the next few years he participated in the Mountain Bike World Cup and in the British Championships, then in 1993 he was Welsh Road Race champion before retiring. In 2001 he came out of retirement and won the Welsh Cyclo-Cross Championships and back in training for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Tim can still be found riding his bike on some singletrack somewhere near you…



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