Category: 2006-07

World Champs: McEvoy’s best Brit junior for years, Jebb justifies selection

In the best British result in a Junior world cyclocross championships for a long, long time, the North West’s Jonny McEvoy (Kinesis UK) placed a fantastic 13th in today’s race in Hooglede Gits. My initial start wasn’t good; I went

2006 07 League final standings

Final places now on the League page, here.? Congratulations to all those who took part and especially to all the category winners.

National Trophy round 5: Derby College

Rob Jebb (Wheelbase) saw a second podium finish at the top level cyclocross in a week as he finished third in the final round of the National Trophy on a muddy but exciting course in the grounds of Derby College.

Beacon Cross / NW league final

Craig Denning (Sports Coaching) rode a solid race to take the final round of the NWCCA league at Beacon Park by 1:37 over David Brailsford. Denning, who was riding at the Derby National Trophy the next day, lapped all but

National Championships – Hunt again and Jebb’s going to the worlds

In a weekend of mudbath racing at the national championships in Southampton, Roy Hunt (SIS) again took the over 50s championship, and Rob Jebb (Wheelbase) rode to an excellent 3rd place behind Phil Dixon (SIS) and Nick Craig (Scott UK).

Macclesfield Supacross: Dixon in top form

Phil Dixon (Science in Sport) took his second consecutive win at Macclesfield’s South Park – this time in more challenging company. Dixon won by a comfortable margin over Liam Killeen (Specialized) and Rob Jebb (Wheelbase). Full result here, and some

Madison ‘Cross: Oldham and Denning cruise to the win

In the inaugural NW Christmas Madison Cyclocross, on a testing and exciting course at Clayton Vale in Manchester, Hope Factory Team’s Paul Oldham was a cut abovce the rest, propelling himself and Craig Denning (Sports Coaching) to a comfortable win.

Sherdley Park Cross –

The senior event was won by’s Ben Greenwood on a faster, more modern course than in the past. Full result here (excel format) Some photos from Martin Parry here (Thanks Martin!) View as slideshow (New window )

Jebb flies NW flag high in Bradford

Rob Jebb (Wheelbase) took the sweetest of victories today in his native Bradford in the fourth round of the British Cycling National Trophy.? Conditions were muddy and tough, and the course was very demanding for most of its length. Jebb’s

North of England Championships

Another great day for NW riders – who took the first three places in the senior event and the team prize, third year running, for Wheelbase. Ian Bibby (SIS) rode a strong and confident race, waiting until the race on