Weekend Events Preview 14/15 July 2018

Weekend Events Preview 14/15 July 2018


Another busy weekend with lots of Scots racing in British Championships. Check out our event preview for start lists and information on how to watch the action.

HSBC UK National Circuit Championships

Stockton-on-Tees, Stockon Cycling Festival, Friday 13 July 2018

This is one of the highlights of the elite road racing calendar in the UK. The event will see some of the country’s top professional riders, including a strong field of Scottish riders, going head to head in a fast a furious race on Stockton’s unique town centre circuit for the prestigious British National Champions’ jersey.

Scottish riders taking to the start line:


Joe Nally

Jack Pullar

Fraser Martin

Grant Martin

Angus Claxton

Finn Crockett

Jordan Doig

Ryan Fenwick

David Lines


Georgia Young

Rhona Callander

Jenny Holl

Jennifer George

Start list


Women’s race: 18:00
Women’s presentation: 19:20
Men’s race: 19:45
Men’s presentation: 20:50

Fans will be able to watch all of this year’s championships live on the British Cycling website, while the women’s race will also be broadcast live on Eurosport from 18:00 – 19:00.

HSBC UK Junior Mens and Womens National Road Race Championships

Stamford, Lincolnshire, Sunday 15 July 2018

Scottish riders taking to the start line:


Charlie Aldridge

Morgan Brown

Alex Dent

Matti Dobbins

Sean Flynn

Alfie George

Dylan Hughes

Scott Howieson (Reserve)

Oran McConville (Reserve)

Struan Pryde


Ellie Park

Anna Shackley

Abby Stewart

Mercedes-Benz UCI MTB World Cup

Vallnord, Andorra, Friday 13 - Sunday 15 July 2018

The world’s best mountain bike riders are back in action this weekend as the Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup continues in Andorra. Downhill and cross-country stars will compete in Vallnord with a number of Scottish riders set for the start line.

Isla Short , who took 5th in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, heads to Vallnord on the back of an excellent fourth-place finish in Italy in the under-23 women’s race, and 2016 Olympian Grant Ferguson will race the Elite men's race.

Start list


Friday 13 July

11.15am – Junior women’s downhill seeding run

11.30am – Junior men’s downhill qualifying

12.30pm – Elite women’s downhill qualifying

1pm – Elite men’s downhill qualifying

4.30pm – Women’s cross-country short track

5.15pm – Men’s cross-country short track

Saturday 14 July

8.45am – Junior women’s downhill final

9.15am – Junior men’s downhill final

11.30am – Elite women’s downhill final

12.30pm – Elite women’s downhill final

Sunday 15 July

7.30am – Under-23 women’s cross-country

9.15am – Under-23 men’s cross-country

11.20am – Elite women’s cross-country

1.50pm – Elite men’s cross-country

Watch the elite men's and women's downhill and cross-country finals on Red Bull TV.

Are you racing this weekend? Make sure you @ScottishCycling on Twitter to share your results.