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David Cook wins from Wayne Randle in Birmingham at the 1989 British amateur national championships. Up until 1995 there were separate championships for professionals and amateurs.
Prolific national title holder in a range of disciplines, Darryl Webster gets a good view in Birmingham.
Steve Farrell leads David Cook into the finale.
Steve Farrell and winner David Cook after the race. Note the riders club kit - the 'amateur' race was for those not on a professional contract.
A young Matt Stephens in action - he would go on to win the national title in 1998 after the amateur and professional races were amalgamated.
Steve Farrell and Glenn Longland work hard at the front of the group.
Wayne Randle would go on to place second in the race behind winner David Cook. It was the only time Randle appeared on the nationals podium.
A group of riders is followed by a mechanical support car on the route around Birmingham.