Sunshine and podiums for LCCC at Midlands MTB XC Racer.
Lichfield CCC Zipvit sport were well represented in the majority of age groups this Sunday at the MTB Round 3 of the Midlands XC Racer, and including the regional Championship for Juvenile Youth categories.
Hidden away in the middle of the Wyre Forest near Bewdley, a small clearing made for technical and fast riding, in pleasant conditions.
Alex Colestein –Shields won the U/10’s boys, Millie Geldard 2nd girl with . . . → To Read More Click : Regional MTB champs
Results are attached – They have also gone to British Cycling.
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WMids RR Champs Ladies-RESULTS
WMids RR Champs Men -RESULTS
WMids RR . . . → To Read More Click : Road Race Champs results
Lewis Askey was once again imperious as he followed up his victories in London and the Isle of Man with another at the more local Shrewsbury circuit on Saturday. Conditions can best be described as atrocious with heavy rain, cold and a strong wind tested the riders but Lewis took it all in his stride. Setting the early pace in the under 12 race most of the field were struggling to hang on and when he . . . → To Read More Click : Lewis Askey dominates at Shrewsbury National circuit series
Sir Chris Hoy pledges support for SportsAid athletes as they join the Jaguar Academy of Sport
British Cycling’s Sophie Capewell and Joe Holt meet with Sir Chris Hoy.
Last week Nether Stowe pupil Sophie Capewell was amongst 50 SportsAid athletes joining the Jaguar Academy of Sport in London. Sophie, who at 14 is the youngest member of British Cycling’s Olympic Development Programme, gained her nomination from Assistant National Sprint coach Jon Norfolk following her double National . . . → To Read More Click : Sophie joins Jaguar Academy of Sport
“Top Tour for LCCC Trio”
This weekend saw a record breaking number of youth and junior riders travel to the International Tour of the Isle of Man, as part of the British Cycling National Circuits series. A 3 staged race over three days, run as a general classification race with time bonuses for the top six finishers in each age category.
With racing starting with the usual stage 1 prologue time trial along Douglas promenade. The short distance . . . → To Read More Click : British Cycling National Circuit Series “Isle of Man Youth and Junior Tour”.