If you are interested in racing please contact:
Sally, who will point in the right direction.
Click below to view reports (PDF):
2017 Women's Race Report
Ross Lamb racing update
2016 Race Report
2015 Race Report
Welcome to our racing page where you will read all about our activities during the race season and beyond. We are pleased to have established three sponsored teams: senior, junior and women, who will be racing all over the East Midlands and beyond. Pop along and cheer them on.
Supporting young talent
As the race season approaches things are developing nicely across the board. The men and ladies team are training and preparing well.
During last year young Tomas Miller joined BCC and showed great potential for the future. Craig Billy Barton also a new member to...
Posted: 21/02/2018 By: .John McCay
Queen Bees compete with the UK's best at the National Track Cnampionships
On returning from the National Track Championships I reflected on how cycling is one of those great sports that gives amateur clubs the opportunity to compete head to head with the country's elite in pursuit of the coveted national jersey.
This opportunity gives local, regional...
Posted: 28/01/2018 By: .John McCay
Queen Bees maiden season 2017
In our 2016 race report I mentioned the club would be announcing further initiatives to build on the success of the men’s racing team. We were delighted to update the club and sponsors at our 2016 AGM that we would be launching a women’s racing team and recruiting young riders to...
Posted: 02/12/2017 By: .John McCay
The UCI World Masters Championships 2017
Phil Giles Report
BCC Race Captain
The race was due to start at 8:44 so we needed to be in Albi for 8am.
I unfortunately overslept with 2 bad nights sleep. On the road for 7ish with 37 degrees forecast for the race so I was drinking all the way...
Posted: 03/09/2017 By: .John McCay
Ladies road racing heats up
Holme Valley Wheelers Women’s Stage Race E/1/2/3/4 – 9th & 10th June
Yasmin wanted to explore and give racing at the next level a go by entering her first stage race. This consisted of a 48km road race, 10-mile time trial followed by an 89km road race. Her aim was to finish...
Posted: 24/06/2017 By: .John McCay
BCC would like to thank the sponsors for their continued support. Click on the image below to find out more.
This calendar will be updated regularly, so watch out for up and coming events you wish to attend.