Bradford National Trophy 10.12.17

Race report from supported rider Emile Alexander The race was at Peel park which we have been going to for the last four years and is one of my favourite race venues due to its slippy off-camber sections and steep descents and ascents. It makes for one of the most technical courses there is at a youth level in the U.K. It is usually very muddy but it had been snowing so it wasn’t as . . . → To Read More Click : Bradford National Trophy 10.12.17

Applications for 2018 Supported Rider Bursaries

The club is pleased to announce that it will continue to support a number of its riders in the 2018 season. Applications are now open and will close 17.00 hrs January 1st. Full details and application form hereLCCC-Bursary-Application-Form-2018 (1) . . . → To Read More Click : Applications for 2018 Supported Rider Bursaries

1,2,3 for Lichfield at CX Regional Champs

Amazing performance by Lichfield taking all three podium places at the Midlands Cyclo Cross Champs at the weekend. Race report from supported rider Daniel Barnes

Sunday was the West Midlands regional championships held in Worcester at Top Barn. I was expecting mud before we got there but it was actually very dry and there wasn’t any mud, just a few slippery corners. I got a good start and lead into the first little . . . → To Read More Click : 1,2,3 for Lichfield at CX Regional Champs

West Midlands Regional CX Champs

Race report from supported rider Toby Barnes

Yesterday was the West Midlands Champs near Worcester. It was a windy day with some drizzle in the morning, but during course practice, the bike tyres were not picking up too much mud so it was not going to be a race with pit changes. At the start of the race, a group of about 9 of us were together as no-one wanted to make a break . . . → To Read More Click : West Midlands Regional CX Champs

Gravesend National Trophy 26.11.17

Race report from supported rider Emile Alexander I rode the course the day before the race. It was dry and technical with lots of tricky off-camber sections and a long steep hill which was the main spectator area. The start straight was around 1km long so I came up with a high risk strategy the night before. I planned to pump my tyres up to 70 psi to give me an advantage on the tarmac, then . . . → To Read More Click : Gravesend National Trophy 26.11.17