National Champs & Plans for 2019

Just coming back from two weeks completely off the bike, due to an infection I had in my lungs (talked about in my previous blog post), I did not expect to be racing at the 2018-19 Cyclocross National Championships! I finished 6th Junior, a result I am content with, giving the unexpected run-up to it...... Continue Reading →


RideForCharlie Belgium Xmas Cyclocross Trip

Over the Christmas period (from the 25th to the 31st), I raced 4 races in 5 days: Zolder World Cup, Loenhout Junior race, Bredene Brico-Cross and Diegem Superprestige. The whole trip was kindly funded by the RideForCharlie charity, a non-profitable organisation set up by Nick and Sarah Craig, in loving memory of Charlie Craig. You... Continue Reading →

Ipswich National Trophy 2018

The penultimate round of the 2018/19 National Trophy Series was held at Trinity Showground, Ipswich. I had to miss the York round, as I was racing Koksijde, but I was still leading the series so I got to wear the blue skinsuit (thank you to Simon Pattinson for sorting that for me!). It was a... Continue Reading →

Koksijde World Cup 2018

To now be able to say I've raced one of the most iconic races in cyclocross is really amazing. After this weekend, if someone asked me what Koksijde consists of, I'd say sand, sand, and a bit more sand... I had previously watched videos of the world cups held there before, however I underestimated how... Continue Reading →

Tabor World Cup 2018

Racing my first ever cx World Cup is an experience I will never forget! It was a crazy race but I had a great time with the GB team in Czech Republic and so grateful I was given the opportunity to race at such a high level as only a Junior. I stayed at Maddie's... Continue Reading →

Irvine National Trophy Round 2

Last Friday morning, Mum and I made the 8 hour trip up to Irvine, Scotland, for the second round of the national trophy series. As soon as we arrived, Amy and I went to check out the course and walk down to the beach (right next to the course!). The course was looking great when... Continue Reading →

Derby National Trophy Round 1

Wow. Having had a day to reflect on yesterday's race, it's fair to say I am so happy with my result and just how I rode in general as the race unfolded.   It all started with arriving on a cold, wet Saturday lunchtime - just in time to watch the Vet women race (well... Continue Reading →

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