Many factors will be taken into account when deciding where riders will be gridded. Information is provided to the event commissaire prior to each event as a guideline. The commissaire on the day will make the final decision on where riders should be gridded. All… Read More »A guide to gridding
Many consider cyclo-cross to be a steeplechase with modified road bikes on a 2.5km to 3.5km course over hill and dale, others consider it muddy hell. Its roots can be traced to the early 1900s, when French army private Daniel Gousseau would ride his bicycle… Read More »What is Cyclo-Cross?
So you want to give cyclo-cross a go? Brilliant! First things first; you’ll need to find an event. Cyclo-cross races are usually run via local leagues, and the South West League with its roots starting back on 2002 covers the three counties’ of Somerset, Devon… Read More »How to get started