Patricia Pepper

Patricia Pepper also called Pat Pepper (1936 – 25 July 2006) was a British road cyclist.[1] She competed seven times at UCI Road World Championships between 1962 and 1970, with her best result a 5th place in the 1963 UCI Road World Championships. She won medals at the British National Road Race Championships, placing 2nd in 1962, 1963, 1964 and placing 3rd in 1967, 1969, and 1972.[1][2]

British road cyclist

Patricia Pepper
Personal information
Born 1936 (1936)
Colchester, United Kingdom
Died (aged 70)
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Team information
Disciplines Road
Role Rider

Pepper continued with competitive cycling as a master. In July 2006 she crashed during a competition on the road in Cambridge, and died a week later at the age of 70.[3]

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1960
3rd in British Best All Rounder, (London (F) (c)), London (Greater London), Great Britain
1962
2nd in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Great Britain
3rd in British Best All Rounder, (London (F) (c)), London (Greater London), Great Britain
1963
2nd in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Great Britain
3rd in British Best All Rounder, (London (F) (c)), London (Greater London), Great Britain
1964
5th in National Championship, Road, ITT, Elite, Great Britain (F), Kidlington (Oxfordshire), Great Britain
2nd in British Best All Rounder, (London (F) (c)), London (Greater London), Great Britain
1965
1st in Teplice Criterium, (Teplice (F)), Teplice (Ustecky Kraj), Czech Republic
2nd in Newbury R.C. Road Race, (Newbury (F) (a)), Newbury (Berkshire), Great Britain
1967
3rd in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Great Britain
1969
3rd in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Great Britain
1971
5th in part a Gemini B.C. Footscray Meadows Cyclo Cross, (Foots Cray, Cyclo-cross), Sidcup (Bexley), Great Britain
9th in part b Gemini B.C. Footscray Meadows Cyclo Cross, (Foots Cray, Cyclo-cross), Sidcup (Bexley), Great Britain
1972
3rd in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Great Britain
1976
7th in part c London International Weekend, (London (F) (a)), Stratford (Greater London), Great Britain
7th in General Classification London International Weekend, (London (F) (a)), Stratford (Greater London), Great Britain
7th in National Championship, Road, Elite, Great Britain (F), Harrogate (North Yorkshire), Great Britain[1]

  1. Archives, Cycling. “Pat Pepper”. www.cyclingarchives.com.
  2. “Patricia Pepper”. www.procyclingstats.com.
  3. “Cyclist died in race collision – inquest”. East Anglian Daily Times. Archant Community Media Ltd. 20 October 2006. Retrieved 6 November 2021. (This story was repeated in the 20 October 2006 Eastern Daily Press under the title “Pensioner died after bike crash”.)CS1 maint: postscript (link)

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