The ERC Inch Park Cyclo-Cross is a youth only cyclo-cross event organised by the ERC Juniors. It's an ideal introduction to cyclo-cross for those who have never raced before and a perfect warmup event to the Scottish CX series for experienced riders.
A quick guide to CX Racing in Scotland (for parents, mostly)
Cyclocross is widely regarded as the most family-friendly introduction to cycle sport, for a number of reasons. The courses are short, generally forming loops of a few hundred metres, and never very technical.
Race Report: Raleigh SCX1 - Callendar Park
The Raleigh Scottish Cyclocross Series kicked off under the usual azure blue skies of Falkirk at the Callendar Park Amphitheatre of ’cross - surely Scotland’s best and most “cross” course. A mixture of fast descents, off camber corners, steep stairs and slidey zig zags makes this a fast and exciting course with plenty of technical challenge. Conditions looked dry but the course was slippier than it looked and most riders dropped their tyre pressures after practice.
Dig In Cross Report: SCX3 - Strathclyde Park
The latest Dig In Cross Report is now online and it's a belter. No art-school barriers, no cancelled racing, just a classic mudfest at Strathclyde Park raced in brutal conditions. Cameras were very probably harmed in the making of this, the sixth crowd-sourced roundup of Scottish CX action narrated and edited by David Hamill.