We have now been able to find a coach to continue the track sessions on Tuesday evenings so these will re-commence on Tuesday 26 July at 6.30pm. Note that number of riders for these sessions is strictly limited to 20 riders – preference will be given to LCCC members who are present on time at the start of each session.
As communicated last week there will be no grass session at Curborough this Tuesday 26th July. Next . . . → To Read More Click : Tuesday Evening Coaching Sessions
Just to confirm, as Paul told riders last week, his sessions on the track have now come to an end. Unfortunately we don’t have a coach available to take over these sessions. Therefore there will be no coaching on the track on a Tuesday evening.
Please note riders will not be allowed on the track.
The club is in desperate need of more coaches if you have an interest please contact us through the website or speak to . . . → To Read More Click : Tuesday evening circuit coaching sessions
Team Lichfield arrived in London on Sunday 12th June to compete in the Youth Team Track Championships. Georgie Duggins in the U12 Omnium and Team Lichfield U16 boys Toby Barnes, Will Duggins, Dan Cooper and Alex Haines (guest rider Leicester Cycling Club).
The heavens opened as we set up the gazebo to give the team some shelter whilst warming up for their events. Herne Hill is an all weather track so racing was still going ahead. Miraculously . . . → To Read More Click : Youth Team Track Championships – Herne Hill
Update for supported rider Daniel Cooper
My last report was about the first in the series of the regional track omnium. Since then I have ridden in 3 more regional omniums, Wolverhampton, Newcastle and Derby. My overall position improved in each omnium, 5th at Wolverhampton, 4th at Newcastle and Derby. The u16 boys has been well supported with up to 30 riders in each event.
I am also looking forward to the Team Track Championships at Herne Hill . . . → To Read More Click : Supported Rider Report
The club turned out in force to assist with the running of one of the Queen of the Mountains sprints at Ramshorn near Alton Towers.
It wasa impressive to see the organisation – Police motor bikes, NEG bikes, cars and of course the riders. Lizzie Armistead was going well and was second over the line (I think). There were a few dozen spectators most arriving on bikes.
Well . . . → To Read More Click : Aviva Womens Tour