Thursday, 19 January 2012

BSCA Events - Dates set for Rollers, Cyclo-cross

Rollers Competition- Sunday 26th February 2012
Cyclo-Cross - Sunday 4th March 2012.


Visit the EBCC calendar for more details, download a form and venue information

New to cycling British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA) run a series races in different disciplines through the year. You race in your schools name and entry is based on your age on 1st September 2011. Eg if you was 10 on that day then you compete in the U11's. If you do not have a BSCA card then you can get one through club. They are free - but see Joanne or Amelia for details. Otherwise there is an additional charge of £1 entry for a day licence.

It is an excellent way for you to try different races ie MTB, Cyclo-cross. Bikes can be borrowed from club for all these events. Please see coaches if you want any more info or have any questions.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

Brian Robinson Challenge Ride

Dear All

I have been asked to ciculate this information.

Brian Robinson Challenge Ride 2012. Sunday 29th April 2012

Entries are now open for one of the season’s favourite ‘warm up’ sportives. Before taking on the rigours of others why not test yourself on this 75 mile roller coaster?

Entries Close: Wednesday 4th April 2012 at 12:00

The event uses the same roads and climbs which Britain’s first Tour De France stage winner trained on . Brian Robinson has also attended the event each year to the delight of many cycling fans.

Based around Huddersfield access by road and rail is easy and this event has traditionally featured a closed road mass start thanks to the support of the local Police, highways and Metro.

Reasonably priced and with excellent facilities it has drawn praise from riders and cycling administrators alike. £25 Entry fee

https://www.sientries.co.uk/event.php?event_id=661

This event is not for profit and entries have supported many worthy causes over the years, including Yorkshire Air Ambulance, which sadly has helped many cyclists in distress

Safe riding

Martyn Bolt

Organiser