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Ernie Clements (Ernest A Clements) was born on 28 February, 1922 in Hadley, England, United Kingdom, is a cyclist. Discover Ernie Clements’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 84 years old?

Popular As Ernest A Clements
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Age 84 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 28 February 1922
Birthday 28 February
Birthplace Hadley, England, United Kingdom
Date of death (2006-02-03)
Died Place N/A
Nationality United Kingdom

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In his memory, the annual Ernie Clements Memorial two-day stage race is organised by Rob Finch on behalf of the LVRC League of Veteran Racing Cyclists, with separate races for riders aged 40–54 and 55 and over. There are two stages in the first day of racing, a short prologue (1.36 miles in 2007) and a criterium (27 miles in 2007), the third stage, on the second day, is a Road race (64/48 miles in 2007).


His last address was in Ledbury, Herefordshire where, aged 67 in 1990, he opened Clements Cycles to keep in touch with cycling. He died in Malvern Community Hospital, Malvern, Worcestershire, aged 83 on 5 February 2006, having suffered from Parkinson’s disease for several years.


Clements also won the first stage of the Brighton-Glasgow race in 1951. Note – possible inaccuracies: The 1946 Brighton-Glasgow race programme states that E A (Ernie) Clements won the first stage of the 1945 Brighton-Glasgow race. This also indicates that Ernie Clements was Ernest A rather than Ernest J Clements. This is supported by the Register of Births for England and Wales which lists an Ernest A Clements as being registered in the March quarter of 1922 in the Wellington District of Shropshire.


Clements was born in Hadley, Shropshire but spent the majority of his early years at Old Park where he later opened a cycle shop. He became a frame builder and managed Falcon Cycles in the 1950s, and up to the 1970s.


In 1947, there was a proposal that he turn professional should Britain send a team to the Tour de France. Clements declined and in the event no team was sent anyway. Clements said he turned down the chance because he did not wish to relinquish his amateur status in Britain. At the time, cyclists in Britain were unable to return to amateur status once they had been professionals. This proved restrictive for many professional cyclists, who at the end of their careers were unable to return to competing at a lower level purely for enjoyment.


He won the BLRC British national road race championship in 1943 and 1945, and came second in 1944. Riders who competed in BLRC races were banned from competing in NCU races, but Clements managed to circumvent the ban; he won the NCU national road championship in 1946 and come second in 1948. If Clements had not been a member of the NCU, he would not have been considered to ride the world amateur road championship in 1946, nor the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. At the latter event, he won a silver medal as part of the team in the road race – alongside team mates Bob Maitland, Gordon Thomas and Ian Scott.


Ernest J Clements (28 February 1922 – 3 February 2006) was an English road racing cyclist, frame builder and cycle shop owner.