Welcome to the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League…
We offer competitive off-road bike racing for all ages and abilities. You don’t need any specialist equipment to start, as long as your bike is safe for yourself and others.
The Leagues new title sponsors are the leading Belgian brands Ridley and Lazer. Lazer is the world’s oldest cycle helmet company and with more than 90 years’ experience they remain one of the most innovative helmet companies in the world. Ridley are synonymous with ‘cross. They epitomise the hard, never-give-up Belgian approach to cycle sport. Madison are the distributors of these well known brands and have supported us for the last 6 years and now step up as title sponsors for which we are very grateful.
2018 – 2019 League Registration - ***Latest news - 500 registered in 7 days*** Registration for the 2018 - 2019 Ridley Lazer West Midlands Cyclo Cross League opens at 1 minute past midnight on Sunday July 1st and will close at midnight on the 26th August, two weeks before the first event on 9th September or whenever a category is declared ... Read more Queen Vic Cyclo Cross - Summertime Urban Cyclocross inside a museum! Saturday 2nd of June 2018 @blistshill Victorian Town Museum in Ironbridge, Telford, Shropshire It's the Queen Victoria Cyclo Cross, back again for 2018 (and yes the pub will be open!) MTB's welcome and you don't need a racing licence. Enter online via BC Website Race numbers - Anyone who still has to return their race number by post, could you please be careful with postage rate, we have received letters with no stamps affixed and also incorrect postage rate paid, it costs the league £2-00 & £1-50 respectively to retrieve from the post office. Please post to: Gordon Siers, 2 Owens Close, ... Read more Beth takes National Trophy Series - Beth Crumpton of Storey Racing and a recipient of the Leagues Bursary Scheme is having a great season and with just the National Champs to go in the domestic programme scored a convincing victory in the final round of the HSBC UK Cyclo-Cross National Trophy to win the overall women’s elite crown. This has been ... Read more Toby Barnes racing report from Belgium - Race 1 This week I spent 2 days in Belgium competing in 2 races. The first race was a DVV Trofee race in Loenhout which was a category 1 race. The whole town was taken over by the race which had huge beer tents, loads of food vans and big screens around the course. We ... Read more Round 10 News - Unfortunately the venue at Pooley Country Park is not available until February 2018 to reschedule Round 10 which was called off on Sunday due to the access issues we encountered due to snow. Our thanks to Luke and Nick Selibas from Behind Bars Sports for all of their hard work in trying to get the ... Read more Round 10 – Weather Warning - There is obviously concern about the weather warning forecast for Sunday December 10th. At present the course is set up and there has only been a very slight dusting of snow and Luke our organiser is confident that the course will be OK even if we have more snow. The organiser and Committees concern is ... Read more Askey and Richards among winners at West Midlands Championships - JUNIOR Lewis Askey and former World Champion Evie Richards took the senior men’s and women’s races respectively at the inaugural West Midlands Championships. Askey, 16, from Cannock was challenged all the way by fellow junior Toby Barnes after an exciting race on the fast Top Barn circuit, near Worcester, while local rider Richards was too ... Read more Burns and Humphreys take maiden victories in WMCCL R9 - Robert Burns and Lauren Humphreys took their maiden wins of the Ridley Lazer West Midlands Cyclo-Cross league at round nine. After both podiuming in previous rounds Burns stretched out an unassailable margin in a hotly contested men’s event while Humphreys dominated the women’s race. Meanwhile veterans Darren Atkins and Stephen Knight added further victories to ... Read more Askey and Payton conquer the mud in WMCCL R8 - LEWIS Askey and Hannah Payton conquered the mud on their own turf to clinch the men’s and women’s victories in the Ridley Lazer West Midlands Cyclo-Cross league round eight. Askey, 16, from Cannock, returned to racing after a period of illness and despite a slow start powered his way to the front before riding away ... Read more