Double MGP winner Michael Evans carries Queen's Baton

The Queen's Baton, carried by racing motorcyclist Michael Evans, winner of both the Junior and Senior Manx Grand Prix 2017, in the pit lane on the world famous Isle of Man TT motorcycle course, in Douglas, in Isle of Man, on 3 September 2017. Photographer: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert © 2017 Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation, all rights reserved.

Michael Evans, who last week won both the Senior and Junior Manx Grand Prix Races, only the third Manx rider in the history of the event to achieve the feat, was pictured with the Queen’s Baton when it recently came to the Isle of Man.

Michael carried The Queen's Baton in the pit lane of the world famous Isle of Man TT motorcycle course, in Douglas, on the Isle of Man, on 3 September 2017.

The Queen’s Baton Relay will visit all 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth, over 388 days and cover 230,000km.  It will be the longest Relay in Commonwealth Games history, finishing at the Opening Ceremony on the Gold Coast on 4th April 2018.

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