Category: 2007-08

Evans Cycles Manchester Youth & Novice Series Round 3, Clayton Vale, 3 November 2007

The 3rd event of the Evans event took place on Saturday 3rd November with the best attendance of all three events. The feature of the series has been a new course for each event. The course planners has been at

Inter Area Cyclocross Championships, Miserton Hall, Leicestershire, 04 Nov 2007

The NW Senior Team missed out by just four points to East Midlands, coming a disappointing second place. One particuly webmaster who is writing this is feeling particularly gutted about that, having lost those places in the last half of

Manchester Cycling Development Group cyclocross, Boggart Hole Clough, Manchester, 28 10 2007

In the ever changing conditions the course went from slippy and wet to sticky mud, following hard rain. The first lap was lead by fast starting Stef (Horwich CC) with team mate Dave Brailsford taking overr on lap two. Keith

East Liverpool Wheelers Cyclocross – 27 October 2007, Otterspool Park

After a fast start forced by visitor Keith Murray (Wheelspin Cycles / Scott), a leading group of four riders established itself at the head of a great circuit in Otterspool Park. Murray’s company was Dave Brailsford (Horwich), Rob Pugh (Liverpool

Lune RC cyclocross – Hornby School, 14 October 2007

On a brand new venue hastily re-arranged within four days, the Lune CC put on a great series of races. On a short but technical senior circuit, Dave Haygarth (Wheelbase / Gore Bike Wear) enjoyed a realtively trouble-free victory over

Wheelbase / Gore Bike Wear cyclocross, Radcliffe, 13 Oct 2007

On what many people politely described as a ‘traditional’ course, a total of exactly 100 riders raced hard and heartily in Outwood Park, Radcliffe today. On a senior course that featured three dismounts per 1.25 mile lap, a clear winner

Weaver Valley Cyclocross, 7 October 2007

Weaver Valley CC’s event enjoyed its usual popularity this year in glorious ‘cross conditions on the fast but technical course. Dave Brailsford (pictured left) came away with the win he’d been threatening at Leverhulme Park three weeks earlier in the

NW dominate in National Trophy round 1

It was a dream start to the British Cycling national trophy for the North West, scoring wins in three of the major events. Int he senior race, Paul Oldham took the national trophy win he has waited 11 years for,

Horwich CC Supacross no. 1

Lee Shunburne, Matlock CC took top honours in the first NWCCA event of the new season. Shunburne overhauled long time leader Dave Brailsford, of the promoting club Horwich CC, in the final lap. Brailsford had led for most of the


Transponders to be returned…

Please click here.