Final tables for 2017-18
Series tables after the fifth round at St. Albans.
Here are the series tables after Round 3. Unfortunately one of the signing on sheets went missing at the event and we therefore don’t have the names for all the Under 14’s who rode. If you think you know which number you were, please contact your club coach so they can let us know.
Unfortunately Round 4 at Bedford has been cancelled due to a waterlogged course. The organisers did try to find another venue but it was impossible at this short notice.
Attached are the results for Round 2 on Saturday 11th November and the updated tables. Thanks to CC Ashwell for organising this round and especially to the young volunteers who turned out to help.
Here are the results from Round 1 held at Welwyn Track on Saturday 28th October. Thank you to Welwyn Wheelers for hosting.
Here are the dates for the 2017 – 18 season.
Rd 1 28th October Welwyn Wheelers Welwyn Track
Rd 2 11th November CC Ashwell Ashwell Grass Track, Ashwell
Rd 3 27th January Icknield RC Harlington Village Green
Rd 4 3rd February Beds Road Priory Marina, Bedford
Rd 5 10th February Verulam CC Marlborough Club St. Albans
Rd 6 24th February CC Ashwell Ashwell Grass Track, Ashwell
Rd 7 3rd March Hitchin Nomads Venue TBC
Rd 8 10th March Welwyn Wheelers Welwyn Track
Muddy Monsters events are designed for novices to cycle racing. Entrants should not be competing regularly in regional Cyclo-Cross or Mountain Bike series events. The events are off-road and suitable for mountain bikes or cyclo-cross bikes. Riders will need a helmet and a bike with two working brakes. Each round can be entered on the day for only £4. There may be a few spot prizes on the day but most of the awards are given for the overall series. The best 5 results from the 8 rounds to count for the overall series.
More details for each round on the British Cycling website in the Calendar section.
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