British Para Cycling Road Race Championships
Pembrey Country Park’s closed road circuit played host this weekend to the British Para Cycling Road Race Championships. The two-day event got off to a fantastic start as riders from across the UK battled it out across the various classifications for the National title – with some individuals also looking to defend their titles.
The second race of the afternoon was the WC1-3, MC2+WC5 and the MC3. This made for a very tactical race. Within the MC3, strategies and game plans were employed by the leading three throughout the hour’s race, which saw the winning position change hands on several occasions between the three riders and from two laps out, they really put their foot on the gas. Scottish rider Finlay Graham clinched the win, with Benjamin Watson (Glossop Kinder Velo CC) in second place and Colin Wallace (Deeside Thistle CC) in third place.
Junior Women's Road Race Series
Series leader andd Scottish rising star Abba Shackley (Team 22) took second in round two of the Junior Women's Road Series this weekend after being in a breakaway for the majority of the race.
With the severity of the hill climb naturally breaking up the field, three riders found themselves out ahead after five laps of the gruelling circuit as the field of 25 gradually reduced with Katie Scott joining Smith and Shackley.
HSBC UK National Youth Circuit Championships
Olivers Mount Scarborough
A large number of Scottish riders headed down to the HSBC UK National Youth Circuit Championships for a hilly and challenging course at Olivers Mount.
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Mercedes-Benz UCI Moutain Bike World Cup
For the first time in 2019, downhill and cross-country riders came together at the same venue. Scots Sean Flynn, Isla Short and Grant Ferguson were all racing and had a great experience at high altitude.
HSBC UK | National BMX Series
The Glasgow BMX Centre in Knightswood played host to Rounds Nine and Ten of the HSBC UK National BMX Series this weekend. Teen sensation Ross Cullen and Quillian Isidore, 22, will represent Great Britain Cycling Team in Zonder, Belgium at the end of the month and shone in a Glasgow double-header. With Olympic points at stake in a loaded field, the pair both gave their preparations for the Worlds and next week's European Championships a shot in the arm with their maiden victories of the 2019 season. There were also some brilliant Scottish results in the other races.
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