Cyclo Cross

Season 2016/17 finishes in a flourish

It has been another great season for our members riding in the Season Finale CX at Chetwynd Barracks. 

There was support to watch the vet's category race with cow bells to make some serious noise, especially as it was Richard Oakes birthday.

The highlight of the season was the great event we hosted at Broxtowe Country Park with support from BRC, LEVC and RPD.

Another great cyclocross - Jan 2017 

Yesterday's 'cross went without a hitch all thanks to the volunteers, a lot of whom turned up at 7:30 and were still in the park at 4:00 - incredible commitment to the cycling cause. 

I received the following this morning: 

"Today we attended Broxtowe Park, along with our 5 year old granddaughter who was competing in the event, during which she had a accident.

I have to congratulate the organisers and all the marshals who gave their time for such a WELL ORGANISED event. Safety was paramount and obvious. The marshals were not only very professional in their duties but giving their encouragement to all the young riders 
Well done and thank you. 10 out of 10."

You were great - thank you.
Richard Shenton
Organisor

The CX season has already started with the first round at Harwick Hall. The next round is today at Alfreton Park and BCC are out in force again.

If you are interested in cyclocross check out the Notts and Derby CycloCross league for all the fixtures.

http://www.ndcxl.org.uk/new/

It is easy entry for cyclists of most abilities and you get to ride in a safe environment whilst pushing your own capabilities. 

Another great Cyclocross event hosted by BCC

We will be producing a Cyclocross season image report capturing the great season of racing and the BCC CX event at Broxtowe Country Park on the 16th of January. Congratulations go to everyone who raced in the league and many thanks to everyone who helped Richard Shenton put on another great CX event at Broxtowe Country Park. 

More information will follow shortly. In the meantime you can see more images on our club facebook page. 

SRAM Notts & Derby Cyclo-Cross League 2015/2016

Beeston Cycling Club are making an impressive start to the new season with many blue jerseys racing throughout the different age catagories. Here are some sample images from the first three heats plus Guy's exploits in the Three Peaks cyclocross.

SRAM Notts & Derby Cyclo-Cross League 2014/2015 - TeamsV40 Men

Beeston Cycling Club were 8th in the league, thanks to the hard work of Mark Barron, Richard Reeve and Neil Buddo. Michael Barrie and John Pearson also endured 3 races, and Guy Dinsdale made a cameo appearance in 2. Mark Newing made a highly effective  appearance  with  avant-guarde headwear! They were all cheered and encouraged by their entourage, mostly consisting of the Barron and Newing family and recorded on instagram by David Cross. 

SRAM Notts & Derby Cyclo-Cross League 2014/2015 - Seniors Results

In 9th place our very own Lee Hibbett

Taking time out of a busy work schedule, in 19th place, Martin Smith

Kudos to Andrew Smith, Matt Glover, Stephen Plowright and Sam Owens for taking part in some of the races, hope to see you more often in the next season!

CX Trophy Winners!

BCC Crosser of the Year winner with the BCC U12's

CX Dinner Celebration Cake, courtesy of Sarah DK

Lee Hibbett, collaborated with Sarah, to design a cake that depicted a typical cyclocross path. Next season the cake will include a muddy cyclist plus bike!

24th January 2015 sees another great BCC CX event

Click on the picture above to check out the pics from the day

Cyclocross is a great event for kids and adults. The age categories range from kids, juniors, youth, seniors and vets.

There can be upto 300 cyclists at each event.

Beeston CC are hosting Round 14 at Broxtowe Country Park on January 25th. 11am - 3;30pm

Check out fixtures of the Notts Derby Cyclocross League, http://ndcxl.org.uk/events/

BCC Cyclocross season 2013/2014

This has been a good season with many more BCC riders taking part.

The full NDCXL (Notts and Derby Cyclocross League)  seasons results can be found here:
http://ndcxl.org.uk/results/2013-14/SeniorsJuniorsLeague.html  

Mens Team Final Standing

1  Matlock CC
2  Derby Mercury RC
3  Heanor Clarion CC
4  Zepnat
5  Fossa Racing
6  Nottingham Clarion CC
7  Team Zenith/Buzz cycles
8  Bolsover & District CC
9  VC Long Eaton
10  Beeston CC
11  TFN
12  Sherwood Pines CC
13  Belper BC
14  Ashfield RC
15  Derwent Valley ATC
16  Mercia CC
17  South Pennine RC
18 Empella Cyclocross.com 


BCC Seniors Final Standings

16th  Mark Barron
18th  Lee Hibbett
21st  Martin Smith
29th  Robert Howden
35th  Steven Plowright
47th  Chris Bates
59th  Gareth Norman
(Mark Newing rode one round but his result  didn't show on the final standings)

BCC Vets Final Standings

17th  Richard Shenton-Mcqueen
48th  Michael Barrie
53rd  Stephen Seamark


BCC Womens Final Standing

18th  Susan Smith
31st  Joanne Mallinson

BCC Under 12s

22nd  Fred Shenton-McQueen

BCC Under 9s

45th  Jessica Butten-Plowright
49th  Charlie Newing
51st  Benjamin Button-Plowright
56th  Max Newing

Apologies to anyone we have missed, a great season was had by all,  hopefully we shall see more Beeston CC riders for the 2014-15 season! 

Please send us more pictures that you are happy for us to put up here. send to: john@rizkmccay.com

BCC CX on 25th January

Check out our discussion post: 

http://www.beeston.cc/forum/thread/?id=5467

October sees Beeston CC host the Cyclocross at Bramcote Park, beeston

On average with kids, junior and senior races there can be over 300 cyclists at this annual fixture on the Notts Derby Cyclocross League, http://ndcxl.org.uk/event/entry-fees/

Richard Shenton project leads the event with the help of club members and their families, making it a great day out for all.

We usually have six or so senior riders entering and a few younger ones too. This event has everything from the super competitive races to cheering on your young one. 

Julian Gould, the NDCXL chair comment on last year's event: “I thought it was a great event and the club need congratulating on what you did... I could see that you had given a lot of thought to the whole event from signing on to course marking, marshals, etc. I also thought from what I saw you had more helpers than at any event this year (as they were clearly visible in the flo bibs). So please pass on a big vote of thanks from me to all at Beeston, well done!

Look out for details of the next event when the fixture has been finalised.