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Margaret Wright Memorial Road Races - Sunday 19th June Millennium Hall - Horton-cum-Studley OX33 1AT. We are rapidly approaching the date of the first two of the three HWCC Road Races that we are running this year. These are the Margaret Wright Memorial Road Races, to be run on Sunday the 19th June from the...


On the 3rd of April I participated in an U16 boys criterium race at Hillingdon race circuit. It was the first time I had raced at this specific venue so consequently my nerves were higher than normally. The start time of the race was 3:10pm which was hours after my past experiences, where they all...


  High Wycombe Cycling Club is pleased to announce our supported riders for the 2022 racing season. We aim to develop talented young riders within the club, many of whom have gone on to race for some of the UK’s top teams. Thanks to our sponsors Chandler Garvey, Verco Office Furniture, Sportscover Direct, Thame Cycles and...


The Captains Zwift Race Series has come to an end. Below are the results. Well done to all that took part, some of those races were tough. Cat B. 1st Jason Harris Winning £30 Thame Cycles Voucher. 2nd Lyndon Douglas Winning £20 Thame Cycles Voucher. 3rd Mike Inder Winning £10 Thame Cycles Voucher. Cat C 1st Stephen Anderson Winning £30 Thame Cycles...


My first road race this morning. A rolling circuit above Dartmoor with a good variety of terrain. Got off well until about 10km in. A stall in the bunch and a clip of wheels. Next thing I know I’m upside down in a hedge. After re shipping the chain and getting on the bike I...


Wednesday Night Chain Gang will be retuning on the 6th April @ 6.30pm back at West Wycombe Village Hall. Please come along as we will have groups for all abilities, whether its you first time, or you would like to give another group ago. Also cake and refreshments will be back at the hall.


Great Ride out to Wantage for the Club 100 mile reliability Ride. The first half the ride was good as we had a tail wind pushing us along. Stopped to refuel our selves at Costa coffee in Wantage for the second half back to Risborough. The head wind certainly played its toll making us all...