Huddersfield Star Wheelers Host The Yorkshire Summer Cross Opening Race For The Fourth Year!

Cylco Cross Racing

For the fourth year in succession, Huddersfield Star Wheelers are proud to announce that we will be hosting the first race of the Yorkshire Cyclo-Cross Summer season on Wednesday 26th April 2017.

The event will be held at Newsome High School and there will be two races, the first being for under 14s which will start at 7:00pm and the second for seniors which will start at 7:30pm.

Signing on will start around 6:00pm so please arrive early. Entry prices will be confirmed as soon as possible.

Further details can be found at http://yorkshirecyclocross.com/  and directions to Newsome High School can be found using the map below:

Please remember even if you’re not competing please make an effort to turn up to the event to support Huddersfield Star Wheelers, and to help with setting up the course, marshalling, signing in and taking down the course at the end of the night. Setting up the course starts at 3:30pm and the course is taken down after the last rider crosses the line and all the timing chips are collected.

For further information please contact Graham Piccavey at race@huddersfieldstarwheelers.com or visit our Cross page.

Hudderfsield Star Wheelers Off Road Season in Full Swing

Following on from the good turnout at the Nutcracker Races at Dalby Forest last weekend, we have the first Yorkshire Cyclo Cross event of the season proudly hosted by Huddersfield Star Wheelers at Newsome High School tomorrow night – Wednesday 29th April. Proceedings commence at 7:00pm for the under 14s and at 7:30pm for everyone else. For anyone not competing please make every effort to come along, cheer on your fellow club members and help Graham Piccavey put on a fantastic event.

We also now have the next three months MTB rides uploaded to the ride calendar so if you want to get a bit dirty after the fabulous weather of the last few days, check out the calendar and turn up on Saturday mornings at 10:00am at various locations around Huddersfield.

And finally, if you really want a challenge to test your endurance and skill off road, why not enter the Colne Valley Mountain Bike Challenge put on by our very own Jonny Brook, the ever reliable, but often prone to losing his way, Steady Eddie ride leader.

Huddersfield Star Wheelers Continue Their Winning Ways!

Evie Smith Podium

Huddersfield Star Wheelers Go-Rider and Lindley Infants pupil Evie Smith has just become the Under 7 British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA) cyclo-cross National Champion! She was top of the ‘field’ at Abbey Stadium Reddtich after the off road race. This win was hot on the wheels of Ruby Boyes becoming Under 15 girls Yorkshire Region Cyclo-Cross champ in February this year at Spen Valley.

BSCA was founded in 1967 and promotes the sport and pastime of cycling for all young people, whether experienced or beginners. They hold a series of regional and national competitions in eight different cycling disciplimes in a safe and controlled environment.

Cyclo Cross literally represents the ‘grass roots’ of cycling sport that is accessible to almost anyone with a bicycle, a helmet, the right environment and is prepared to get muddy. Huddersfiled Star Wheelers Go Ride section is affiliated with British Cycling and run under the Sports England’s Club Mark which is the standard for high quality community sports clubs.

Huddersfield Star Wheelers set to host the first Summer Cross Race!

Cyclocross

For the second year in succession, Huddersfield Star Wheelers are proud to announce that we will be hosting the first race of the Yorkshire Cyclo-Cross season on Wednesday 29th April 2015.

The event will be held at Newsome High School and there will be two races, the first being for under 14s which will start at 7:00pm and the second for over 14s which will start at 7:30pm. Both races are open so any one can turn up and race in their age group.

Further details can be found at http://yorkshirecyclocross.com/  and directions to Newsome High School can be found using the map below:

Please remember even if you’re not competing please make an effort to turn up to the event to support Huddersfield Star Wheelers, and to help with setting up the course, marshalling, signing in and taking down the course at the end of the night.

For further information please contact Graham Piccavay.