Most clubs in East Anglia run a Summer Race Series, usually one evening per week – see the individual Club pages for details. For Club racing you do not need to be a member of British Cycling.
The East Anglia Region runs both Summer and Winter Series as well as a number of individual events such as the Spring Classic to start the Summer and the East Anglia Championships to close it. For Regional Racing you will need to be a Silver or Gold Race member of British Cycling but do not need to have a race licence.
There is usually a series of 10-12 National race events run as “Double Headers” over 5-6 weekends between March and September. To qualify to race these events riders must of completed at least five Summer Regional level races in the previous year. For National Racing you will need to be a Silver or Gold Race member of British Cycling and have a race licence.
Ask your club secretary for details or click here for the BC Site.
We have a guide to some of the race regulations which you might like to look at – Regulation Short Guide
Please remember – it is rider’s responsibility to be ready for their race! Make sure you are the back of the Start Hill in time for you race to be called.
The Regional Committee may introduce supplementary regulations at any time if it is felt beneficial to the sport.
On all racing rules, incidents or disputes, the Chief Referee’s decision is final.