Bidlake Memorial 2013 prize for Dot Tilbury

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The 2013 Bidlake Memorial Plaque has been awarded to the Isle of Man's Dot Tilbury for bringing hundreds of youngsters into cycling including star professional Mark Cavendish.

The prestigious award has been awarded annually since 1934 in memory of Frederick Thomas Bidlake, the father of time trial sport, by a committee appointed to adjudicate upon the Bidlake Memorial Plaque. The committee is made up of cycling officials, journalists and others with a strong cycling background.

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