Links to domestic racing websites.
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1   Link   British Cycling (BC)
BC is the national governing body for cycling. It administers the sport in BMX, Cycle Speedway, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Bike, Road and Track. British Cycling members have access to an extensive events programme, racing licences and a range of benefits including insurance cover. British Cycling also runs the lottery-funded GB Cycling Teams and talent development programmes.
2   Link   British Cycling Eastern Region
Holds reams of information for officials, organisers and competitors alike about racing in the Eastern Division.
3   Link   Cycling Time Trials (CTT)
The CTT are the national body for time trials. Around 2000 open events are run by and on the behalf of the CTT, and many more club events are organised in concordance with its rules and regulations. Although there is no individual membership, clubs must be affiliated to participate. The Maldon & Dist CC are affiliated and part of the London East district.
4   Link   Duo Normand
An annual 2-Up time trial on closed roads in Normandy every September where amateur riders can race against the clock and top riders, usually including some familiar names from the Tour de France (current course record held by Chris Boardman & Jens Voigt). The Maldon & District CC are usually there en masse.
5   Link   Eastern Counties Cycling Association (ECCA)
ECCA's programme of events offers opportunities for Member Clubs to compete in an extensive range of activities including our popular three-day Festival of Cycling. During the remainder of the year we promote Time Trials, Road Racing, Track Racing, Randonnées and Social Activities in Essex and Suffolk.
6   Link   Eastern Road Race League (ERRL)
The ERRL is the premier organisation for club-level road racing in the East of England. Currently, the league consists of 38 member clubs, each of whom promote one or more road races during the season. Members of ERRL clubs are given preferential entry to these races, and compete a season-long competition to be the top team and individual at the end of the year. Currently, races are held in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
7   Link   League of Veteran Racing Cyclists
The League of Veteran Racing Cyclists provides racing for cyclists who are veterans. To join you must be 40 years of age or more; the League is open equally to male and female bike racers. In the LVRC you are always allowed to compete in an older age group than your calendar age indicates. This is deliberately designed to help people get back into racing, and move up the groups as fitness starts to return.
8   Link   Redbridge Cycle Centre (Hog Hill)
The Redbridge Cycle Centre, aka Hog Hill, is the most exciting new leisure facility for cyclists in Essex, London and the south east of England. It has purpose built road & off road tracks to give you a great cycling experience in a car free environment. So whether you are looking for a great day out for the whole family, big air on your BMX or an area for training then Redbridge Cycling Centre is the place for you.
9   Link   Rollapaluza
Rollapaluza are dedicated to reviving the sport of roller-racing. Two cyclists battle it out on a pair of custom rollers connected to a huge dial over a simulated 500m distance at speeds in excess of 50mph! Rollapaluza events are well known for their atmosphere and the crowd always goes wild!
The current record table features famous names like Chris Hoy, Craig Maclean and Matt Crampton.
Rollapaluza can be found in pubs across London and at high-profile events like the Track Workd Cup & World Champs, and the Nocturne Series.
10   Link   SPOCO South East
The local SPOCO Series that promotes time trials on sporting courses (avoiding some time trial courses that run on busy roads). Several Maldon & District CC events are qualifiers for the SPOCO South East Series.
11   Link   Women's Cycle Racing Association (WRCA)
The purpose of the WRCA is to increase the opportunity for women in all forms of cycle sport, to support them in cycling at all levels in all disciplines and to raise the profile of women's cycle racing in the United Kingdom.