Latest round of WMCCL at Evesham

The latest round of the WMCCL was on a new course in Evesham on Sunday and it was a course to challenge all ages of riders. In particular, the ‘puddle’ which covered the entire width of the course only 10 metres from the start line which must have seen as wide as the English Channel to the youngest riders! The course at the start of the day looked as muddy as most courses look at the . . . → To Read More Click : Latest round of WMCCL at Evesham

Supported rider Toby Barnes reflects on the last couple of races

“Illness and injury can take their toll on a rider at the most inopportune moment.  We have all been there.  Toby reflects on the last couple of cross races and looks forward to a return to form.”

The last couple of weeks have not gone as well as I wanted after my win at Ipswich.  Last weekend was the midlands champs at Newport in Shropshire and I had not trained very much because of a leg injury and . . . → To Read More Click : Supported rider Toby Barnes reflects on the last couple of races

Three Midland Regional Cyclocross Champions at Newport – by Steve Bradley

 

Round 11 of the WMCCL was held on Sunday December 6th at Newport and doubled up as the Midland Regional Championship and, as such, attracted the region’s top riders.

Despite this, the club’s younger riders held their own and we have no less than three regional champions in Tia Carr, Emile Alexander and Lewis Askey, with other riders in podium positions.

Ground conditions were good – slippery on top but hard underneath.  But with long straight sections it . . . → To Read More Click : Three Midland Regional Cyclocross Champions at Newport – by Steve Bradley

Barnes back in Yellow at Ipswich

The latest race report from Toby Barnes one of our 2015 supported riders

Round 4 of the national trophy series was in Ipswich on Sunday.  It was a very windy day with a few showers of rain.  It was a good course with lots of tight corners, steps, hurdles and a small section of wet slippery sand.  It wasn’t muddy so we didn’t need bike changes which made for a very hard and fast race.  I was . . . → To Read More Click : Barnes back in Yellow at Ipswich

Barnes on the podium again at National Trophy Series

Toby Barnes one of our supported riders gives us his latest race report from Durham last weekend.

The third round of the national trophy series was held at Durham University cricket ground.  We arrived the day before and watched the local league riders race the course.  It was a great course with a steep climb, hurdles and lots of off camber banks.  The course was set on a grass field but on the marked course there was . . . → To Read More Click : Barnes on the podium again at National Trophy Series