The Midland Road Records Association was established in November 1892, and is a sister organisation of the national Road Records Association.
The objectives of the MRRA are to check and verify the genuineness of claims by male and/or female cyclists for unpaced records over approved courses and distances starting and/or finishing in the Midland Counties, and to maintain lists of the best performances on record.
The Midland Counties are defined as West Midlands, Warwickshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Derbyshire and Avon.
Records currently recognised by the MRRA can be found by clicking on the navigation links to the left.
This website substantially reflects the current Objectives, Rules and Records of the Association, however it should be used for guidance only.
A copy of the latest available Handbook can be downloaded from the Links page or may be ordered from the Hon Secretary for a fee of £5 which includes one year's individual Private Membership.
Latest updates (if any) are available from the Hon Secretary (see Committee links).
Affiliation Fees : Membership application form for both Clubs and Private members may be downloaded from here