cyclo crossNewbury RC @ Mary Hare School Cyclo Cross Races

Wessex Cyclo Cross League - Round 2

Sunday 20th September 2015

Cyclo cross races

A full programme of races for all ages.

Start - category - approx duration

10:30 - U12 - 10 to 15 minutes

11:15 - Youth - approx 30 minutes

11:17 - Novice 16+ - approx 30 minutes

12:15 - Vet 40-49 - approx 40 minutes

12:15 - Junior men - approx 40 minutes

13:30 - Vet 50+ - approx 40 minutes

13:31 - Women - approx 40 minutes

13:31 - Junior women - approx 40 minutes

14:45 - Seniors - approx 60 minutes

Held under British Cycling Rules & Regulations and the Rules & Regulations of Wessex Cyclo-Cross League, including the Wessex League Code of Conduct.

Raceday info

Results & Prizes

We will be offering prizes in line with Wessex League recommendations.

1-2-3 podium presentations will take place as soon as possible after each race.

ALL other prizes will be sorted out AFTER official race results have been published by Black Sheep Sports Timing, to whom all queries about race results should be addressed.

Results at http://www.racetecresults.com/Results.aspx?CId=27&RId=46

Results queries to blacksheepsportsltd@gmail.com

Raffle prize

All entries are eligible for the raffle prize of an action camera with full HD recording and RaceWare bike mount - thanks to our sponsor RaceWare.

Chip timing & league registration

Chip timing by Black Sheep for all races.

!Pre-register for Wessex League!

For the 2015/16 season the Wessex League is asking all regular riders to pre-register their details. Registered riders will have a season-long race number and chip number.

It is free and voluntary, and the league committee would like all riders who think they will ride 3 or more league events this season to pre-register for the league.

N.B. Pre-registration is NOT the same as race entry!
It is NOT a requirement for race entry!

How to find the course

The course is on the grounds of Mary Hare School, just North of Newbury at Mary Hare School, Arlington Manor, Snelsmore Common, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 3BQ

Download access map

Parking

Please park in designated parking only, under direction from parking stewards.

Car parking at drivers’ own risk; Mary Hare School will not accept any liability for any accidents, damage or loss incurred.

Catering

There is an excellent on-site cafe, Cole's Diner, run by the school students, offering a great selection of hot and cold food at great prices.

Sponsors

As always we are thankful for the support of our event sponsors. We like to encourage riders to support our local bike shops and businesses and once again are happy to receive support from

and also Sufferfest are again supplying a free training video... 4th place prizes for losers ;) in 6 of our races.

Privacy

The school is private property - please respect the privacy of the students and staff and keep to the areas open to the race.

About us

The programme is a joint endeavour between Newbury Road Club and Mary Hare School for Deaf Children. We are grateful to the school for welcoming us; any surplus of event income over expenditure goes towards promoting cycling within the school.

Wessex Cyclo-Cross League

The Wessex Cyclo-Cross League is a series of races organised by various cycling clubs within the Wessex Region. The league is open to any cyclist irrespective of ability and caters for all ages from 7 to 70. The cyclo-cross season runs from September to January. Find out more...

Newbury Road Club

Newbury Road Club serves cyclists in the Newbury catchment area, approximately 60 miles west of London on the M4 corridor. It has been established since 1925. Whilst it promotes all forms of cycling it is primarily a Road club supporting in particular all forms of on-road riding. Find out more...

Mary Hare School for Deaf Children

Mary Hare is a national charity (registered charity number 1048386). Mary Hare School is a non-maintained special school providing for profoundly and severely deaf children and young people from all over the UK. Find out more...

What is cyclo cross?

Skinny tyres, mud, short, sharp off-road races, with hurdles, obstacles and intense action. That’s cyclo-cross, a form of off-road racing that predates mountain biking by decades. Cyclo-cross is also one of the most accessible forms of cycle sport with racing for everyone from young kids to grandmothers. Throughout the autumn and winter, it’s probably taking place in a park near you. Find out more...