Women’s Team Series gets underway with 1-2 for Ellmore Composite team

WTS Round 1 Milton Keynes 16.03.19 There are lambs in the fields, daffodils for sale on every petrol station forecourt and the supermarkets have been piled high with Easter eggs for three months – that means it’s Spring, and that means the Women’s Team Series is up and running again for another year. Simon Blackwell…

Charlotte Colclough talks External Iliac Artery Endofibrosis

Late in 2018, the former World Road Race and Cyclocross Champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot announced that she was being forced to take four months out of cycling after what she had previously described as “a blood pressure problem” was diagnosed as External Iliac Artery Endofibrosis, also known as EIAE. The condition, which causes the arterial walls…

Eastern Cross Round 15 at Snetterton

20.01.19, Snetterton, Norfolk Cold weather early on saw frosty conditions for the Under-10s and Under-12s races, but it had vanished from all but the most shaded sections of the circuit by the time the Youth race ended at 11:30. Unfortunately, that made matters worse: frost melting combined with hundreds of grippy cyclocross tyres makes mud,…

Gemma Melton wins at Trinity Park

Post-race interview with winner Gemma Melton below! Trinity Park in Ipswich hosts two big races at this time of year: first a round of the National Trophy, the biggest and most important cyclocross series in the country, and then a round of the Eastern League a week later – and with the course left standing…

Eastern League – Colchester Rovers (Mistley)

21.10.18 – Mistley, Essex After the heavy rain at Welwyn Garden City the previous week, sunshine was a welcome sight on Sunday morning as the highly technical sections of the wooded Furze Hill course at Mistley with their muddy corners and slippery exposed roots can become very difficult indeed in the wet. Some courses benefit…

Eastern League – CC Ashwell

07.10.18 – Princess Helena College, Hertfordshire The CC Ashwell round of this year’s Eastern League featured, for the first time ever, a stand-alone women’s race – and, grateful for a chance to have the course all to themselves rather than sharing it with the 50+ Men age group and for the organisers’ determination to support…

Teams and Transfers 2018-2019

The weather’s turning cooler and, as the rumours begin flying about we’ve stocked up on the migraine tablets ready to try to keep up to date with the latest news – it’s transfer season once again! Just as we have in years past, we’ll be trying to keep track of who’s moving to a new…

Combined Central, Eastern & South-Eastern Championships

The Central, Eastern and South-Eastern British Cycling regions joined forces on Sunday the 19th of August to put on this year’s Regional Road Race Championships on a long and fairly hilly circuit near Edenbridge in Kent. Despite the length of the circuit, due to limits on permitted distance in races where junior and senior riders…

Laura Massey wins Rapha CC RR

2017’s Rapha CC men’s race inspired not one but two new races this year using the same Strethall circuit – CC London’s superb women’s RR earlier in the year and, building on last year’s success, the new Rapha CC Women’s RR on the 12th of August… Women’s cycling has developed enormously in the last decade…

Georgia Bullard wins Berko CC RR

The ever-popular Cheddington circuit squeezes a fine selection of terrains into only a few kilometres and offers something for everyone, whick once again proved a big draw: with entries on the line, organisers were proud to find themselves with very nearly a full field – bot bad at all considering only a couple of weeks…