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.

Neave and Payton seal maiden wins in WMCCL R10 - Anthony Neave (Stoubridge CC) and Hannah Payton (Trek-Drops) clinched their maiden victories of this season’s West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League in the final round. Anthony Neave wins. Picture: David Perry Both riders led their respective events from start to finish to claim solo wins at the Lake Side Campus near Worcester. With many of the former ... Read more
Barnes and Harnden win senior titles as West Midlands Champions are crowned - Toby Barnes (Lichfield City CC) and Harriet Harnden (T-Mo Racing) took victories in the senior men’s and women’s races respectively at the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross Champions. Both riders have shown their strengths so far in the regional series and added the title to their collections. Cob House Country Park in Worcestershire hosted its first ever ... Read more
Barnes and Harnden charge to victories in WMCCL R9 - BARNES brothers Toby and Daniel took a one-two victory in the senior race at round nine of the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League while Junior Women’s National Champion Harriet Harnden dominated the women’s event. Stourport Sports Club held a cyclo-cross race for the first ever time with a course based around their closed circuit cycle track ... Read more
World Champion Richards takes win in WMCCL R8 - Women’s under-23 World Champion Evie Richards returned to regional league action as she took an emphatic women’s victory in the eighth round of the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League in Newport while Sam Morris won the men’s event. Newport Shropshire CC hosted the latest round of the cyclo-cross league which clashed with the third round of ... Read more
Askey and Heywood-Mahe clinch victories in WMCCL R7 - Lewis Askey (Zanatta Ride Coventry X Gear) took his second men’s victory of this season’s West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League while Louise Heywood-Mahe (Les Filles Racing Team) won the women’s event at round seven of the series. Picture by David Perry Hosted by Birmingham Midland C&AC, Blackwell Adventure Centre providing riders with a mixture of challenges ... Read more
Burns and Summers clinch victories in WMCCL R6 - Robert Burns (Isla Bikes) and Karren Summers took the opportunity of their rivals being away at the National Trophy to take maiden victories in the sixth round of the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League. A new course at Stoneleigh National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre in Warwickshire hosted the latest round of the series and provided a ... Read more
Boxing Day Cyclo Cross - One of the classic events of the year, the Kenilworth Common Boxing Day Cyclo Cross, entry is now open! Enter Here
GB debut for Daniel Barnes - An insightful report from Lichfield Junior Daniel Barnes a recipient of WMCCL funding. This weekend I raced for Great Britain in Belgium which was as a result of my 4th place 2 weeks ago at Derby National Trophy. We travelled on Friday to the GB house in Zottegem arriving late. Boom- Saturday We had an ... Read more
Teenagers Baker and Wyllie clinch victories in WMCCL R5 - Alderney Baker and Simon Wyllie conquered the muddy conditions to clinch the men’s and women’s events in the fifth round of the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League at Baggeridge Country Park in Dudley. Wet weather on the weekend and day of the race changed the course into a slippery and muddy one which included wooded and ... Read more
Barnes and Harnden triumph again in WMCCL R4 - BROTHERS Toby and Daniel Barnes took a one-two in the men’s race in the fourth round of the West Midlands Cyclo-Cross League at Shrewsbury Sports Village while junior Harriet Harnden won the women’s event. Many cyclo-cross riders will be familiar with the National Trophy round course in Shrewsbury. However, organising club Mid Shropshire Wheelers ran ... Read more