It's set to be an action packed weekend of bike racing with lots of events happening across Scotland.
Jack Murray Trophy & DCC Road Race, Saturday, 14 Apr 2018
Organising Club: Dunfermline CC
The 2018 Scottish National Junior Road Race Championship is incorporated into a popular 50 mile road race which has been running since 2002 on the local Lathalmond circuit.
Tom Bishop, Event Organiser, “I am looking forward with great excitement to the action at Dunfermline CC Road Races; The Male Junior Scottish Champs incorporating the well contested Annual Jack Murray Junior Trophy and for the first time we also have a women’s only race in the morning. As an added bonus for riders, Perth College students will be there offering free pre and post sport massage.”
The Junior Road Race Championship will commence at 2pm.
Follow @ScottishCycling for event updates #SCNatChamps
The Drummond Trophy, Sunday, 15 April 2018
Organising Club: Glenmarnock Wheelers CC
Forming the first race of the Scottish Cycling Alba Series, the Drummond Trophy is one of Scotland’s major annual road races which Glenmarnock Wheelers CC has run for over 50 years. It is famously cited as one of the Scottish Monuments, and at 85 Miles in distance and 5000ft of climbing the seven lap course is seriously tough.
“The Drummond Trophy is one of - if not the - longest running road race in Scotland. With Elite riders from some of the big UK teams up against the best local Cat 1/2/3 talent. Top riders include Richard Jones and Jack Rees from Ribble Cycling, along with Martin Lonie and Jason Roberts from Nuun-Sigma Sports London and Pro Vision Scotland. Can Sean Gordon of EKRC go one place better than his second place in 2017 to take the victory in 2018?" - Kevin Duffy, Event Organiser
Roll out for the riders is from the Sainsbury’s car park in Strathaven at 11:00am..
Follow @ScottishCycling for event updates #SCAlba
Caird Park Velodrome, Sunday 15 April 2018
Organising Club: Discovery Junior CC
Taking place on Dundee’s 400m Caird Park Velodrome, the event forms the first instalment of the British Cycling Youth Omnium Series and is open to Youth A & B riders. In an Omnium, riders compete in multiple races with points awarded for the finishing position in each race. Points are rewarded in ascending order so first place gets 1 point, second gets 2 points etc.
Racing will commence at 10.30am.
Follow @ScottishCycling for event updates #SCYouth