RESULTS: Battle continues between South East & East and Midlands after the penultimate round

The South East and East region raced to a comfortable victory over the South West and Wales side this afternoon at Gt. Blakenham in the elite men’s category.  Unfortunately for the visiting side they had a couple of late drop-outs towards the end of the week meaning they didn’t have a junior team to travel and race. The Midlands elite men […]

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WATCH: Coventry Cycle Speedway promoting HSBC UK City Ride

British Cycling came along to Coventry’s club night session yesterday evening, to film promotional material for the up coming HSBC UK City Ride, in Coventry, on Sunday 17 September 2017. Presenter, Callum O’Toole, caught up with Great Britain rider and Coventry coach, Myke Grimes, on an introduction to Cycle Speedway and the positives of bringing the City Ride to Coventry. […]

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MATCH REPORT: Norfolk Go-Ride GP Round 5

The fifth Norfolk Go-Ride Grand Prix of the season at Hethersett was the least attended so far, thanks mainly to school holiday activities and a seven-day delay following last week’s deluge. A perfect evening’s weather this Wednesday meant that the 10 riders who did take part could have a relaxed evening’s racing without the pressure to qualify for “A” Finals […]

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NEWS: Ade Gale “Laurels” timeline issued

The timetable for the prestigious Ade Gale “Laurels” to be staged at Harbourside Park on Sunday 3rd September is as follows: 12.00 – Coleman Insurance Brokers Junior Laurels 14.00 – GG Express Couriers Womens Laurels 16.00 – Precision Engraving Weymouth Senior Laurels Although it is nearing the end of summer, there could be heavy traffic conditions leading into the Bournemouth/Poole area. For […]

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MATCH REPORT: Newport secure top spot

Newport (Dig It Landscapes) Cycle Speedway team secured top spot in the South West and Wales Division 1 League, after a comfortable 97-79 home win against nearest rivals Horspath Hammers. Jack Harrold failed a late fitness test on an injured hamstring, so Newport brought in Callum Goward. Newport dominated the early heats through fine wins from Jacob Soper, Ben Mould and […]

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AUSTRALIA: Tindo energise senior team for Worlds

As the selection of the Australian Cycle Speedway Teams is coming to a close, the senior team has managed to secure a local business as sponsor for the up and coming 2017 World Championships, which take place in Adelaide in November. Tindo Solar Panels are manufactured and designed in Australia for Australian conditions. They are the only solar panel manufacturer […]

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MATCH REPORT: Stars at the double over Cyclones and Revolutions

For the second week running it was Scottish opposition for the Sheffield Stars. This time it was Fife and Glasgow who descended on Cookson Park for North & Scotland League Two fixtures. A bright sunny day welcomed the visitors, but they would both return North empty handed, as Sheffield moved up to fourth in the table after two enthralling matches. […]

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MATCH REPORT: Hawks lose but play off place is secured

Hethersett Hawks/Myhill Decorators travelled to their final South East and Eastern League Division 1 match at Great Blakenham, where they faced a Suffolk side at full strength and cementing their top two place in the League. Hethersett battled hard but had to wait until heat 8 before their first heat win – a 6-4 by Liam Webster and Harley Hamill.  […]

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MATCH REPORT: Whalley and Preston scoop Manchester League titles

Astley & Tyldesley hosted the first of this year’s Manchester League Individual Finals evenings, with the U10 and U16 Championships on Wednesday. A&T’s impressive squad of U10 riders dominated proceedings, in a nine rider field. Duncan Whalley raced to a 16 points maximum score to take the title. He beat his nearest rival, first year rider Fraser Brundrett, in heat […]

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