Developing Talent

Challenging for the future

Our Ambitions

To take promising juvenile and youth riders, with raw talent, and give them the opportunity to develop into competent and confident riders at the highest level.

To increase the team number to six riders by the beginning of 2019 which we now done.

To raise the profile of Women’s bike racing, in the male-dominated world of MTB, and to compete with the nation’s best riders.

Achieve podium finishes in 2019 and win a national MTB race in the next two years.

Develop MTB XC series and championship winning potential.

Compete at continental level, including the European Youth Mountain Bike Championships 2019.

Women's cycling

The history of this team dates back to 2004.

Trevor Brown has led and inspired the team to numerous medals and international success.

Sponsors

We want to work with sponsors that want to support women's off-road cycling and allows us and them to realise our joint ambitions.

Work with our sponsors:

  • To provide them with the satisfaction of helping the cycling community.
  • Raising their own profile through company and product exposure
  • Demonstrating their commitment to sport and youth development

Read more about our sponsors.

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Mountain Bike XC

MTBXC is our first love. This is where we focus most of our attention and encourage our riders to develop.

Mountain bike is where it started for WXC. You'll find us at the National Series, Mud,Sweat and Gears and your nearest rock garden.

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Cyclocross

When summer is over we head for the mud and fun of cyclocross. You'll find us at National Trophy, Eastern 'Cross Leage and London & SE CX League, sliding through the corners.

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On the road

Many of our riders also compete on the road for their club or race teams. It's important that young riders have experience and access to other forms of cycle racing. It improves fitness, skill and awareness of their own abilities.