Category: 2007-08

North West Cyclocross Association League 2007-08: Final Standings

The League has been updated with final positions following the final round in Scorton. Apart from congratulating the worthy winners in all contests, I’m sure everyone would like to echo my personal thanks to Fiona Gilmore who has put in

Beacon Cross, League Final: Brailsford finishes it off in style.

Dave Brailsford (Horwich CC) showed who’s boss in the final round of the North West CycleCross league in the Beacon Cross by winning the race overall. With this, Brailsford confirmed overall honours on the North West league – his first

Red Rose Scramble, 13 Jan 2007

Results and approx 10 million Photos here … a report below (click ‘more’) Red Rose Scramble January 2008 – Results (excel) The League‘s also up to date now.

Macclesfield Supacross 2007

A great (and strangely not too freezing) day’s racing in South Park this year – with some worthy winners. Full results below: 1 Liam Killeen (Specialised) 52m. 44 secs 2 Ian Bibby (SiS Trek) @1 sec 3 Nick Craig (Scott

National Trophy Round 4, Peel Park, Bradford

Rob Jebb (left) topped another strong day out for NW riders today byt finishing in 3rd place in the senior event at the traditionally muddy venue of Peel Park.   The NW’s Ian Bibby came in 4th in only his

North of England Cyclocross Championships 2007, Boggart Hole, Manchester

A tough old day at work for everyone who turned up. Not exactly spectator-friendly weather, but some quality racing over a fairly uninspiring course. At least the mud didn’t stick! Credit to all who helped out in the nasty conditions,

Horwich CC Supacross 25 November 2007

Results for the U12 and Youth event. Results for the Senior event  Lewis Craven (Wheelbase / Gore Bike Wear) rode a consistent and relaxed race to win the second Horwich Supacross at Leverhulme Park in Bolton.  Craven’s obvious challenger was

National Trophy Round 3, Mallory Park, Leicestershire

In some appalling weather conditions and over an exceptional course in wet mud, the NW again enjoyed a good day in the latest round of the national trophy. With two strong foreign riders taking the first two places, Lewis Craven’s

Geoff Bewley Cyclocross – Otterspool Park, Aigberth, 10 November 2007

Junior Ben Roach made the trip from the East Midlands worthwhile when he won the race oin Saturday at Otterspool Park. Roach finished clear by almost a minute from Richard Wilkinson (SIS Trek), with father Phil Roach (V45) coming in

Stadt Moers Cross, 11 November 2007

Lewis Craven (Wheelbase / Gore Bike Wear) romped off to a convincing win in his first North West event of the season at Stadt Moers park in Whiston. Craven’s margin over runner up and first U23 Rob Pugh (Liverpool Century)