Category: Racing Results

Racing Roundup

The club youngsters have been racing a lot recently.  Here are some reports from Matt Ellmore and George Radcliffe from some of their races over the last few weeks. Summer finally seems to be here and we are into the…

Phantom Traffic Lights

Once again temporary traffic lights hit the Triangle Time Trial.  However by some ingenuity on the part of Sheldon and the timekeepers Joyce and Keith, a shortened 9.7mile course was able to be run.  As it turned out, the lights…

Triangle Catch Up and 25 Champs

A slightly delayed set of results due to my holidays, we’ve had three events in the Triangle series over the last few weeks at three different distances (though also unfortunately two cancelled events too, due to weather and the ever…

Podiums a Plenty

On Friday Night Matt Ellmore was in action again at the Brownlee Track, Leeds. Matt reports on the junior race where the U14 and U16 raced together: “it started out as a sprint into a group including most U14 and…

Otley Wins at Colne

It was a great night for the Otley Cycle Club Race Teams at Colne on Thursday night with 10 of our riders in the thick of the action with several wins and finishing places across most categories in 6th of the…

Crits and Roads Racing

George Radcliffe and Matt Elmore having been showing off the club colours in youth races around the country.  They report below: George Radcliffe at the National Youth Series: Round three of the 2019 National Youth Circuit Series took place at…

A Triangle of 5 Sides

Last week there were two chances to race in the Triangle Series. On Tuesday 14 OCC riders and one guest rode the 10/15 mile courses between Walshford and Boroughbridge.  Tim Garwell posted the fastest time on the night, with 35:48…

The Triangle Continues

Another cold but dry and largely windless night saw 8 OCC riders and 4 guests take on: the Triangle. Fastest on the night was guest rider Russel Brown with a time of 28:26, and fastest OCC rider was Sam Ward…

YCF 10 Mile TT

Four Otley Cycle Club members riding the YCF Open 10-mile TT and the pro’s riding the Tour de Yorkshire from Bridlington to Scarborough had something in common today (Saturday 4th May). An interminable headwind finish. Whilst the pro’s benefited from…