SXC SERIES REGULATIONS (2019 UPDATE) 1. General 1.1 The Scottish Cross Country Association (SXC) Series of races is run under the current rules of the British Cycling (BC) Mountain Bike Technical Regulations. 1.2 The SXC Series is classed as a Regional A race under BC Technical Regulations. 1.3 The Series will normally consist of 6 events, including the Scottish Championships. 1.4 If, for unforeseen circumstances SXC need to alter any rules, notification will be made via the
For 2019 The Scottish Cross Country (SXC) Mountain Bike Series will be run by Glasgow Riderz supported by Shimano under their Shimano Presents banner. With the help of Shimano the committee hope to make each race an exciting, attractive event with Shimano providing on site tech support. They will also help promote the series as race entries continue to grow, hoping to see the increase in racers from south of the border continue. The Scottish Cross Country (SXC) Mountain Bike
We are super excited about our series next year! Our events are now all up on the British Cycling page for you to enter. As you know we put a poll out not long ago about female taster racing and we are pleased to announce the female taster race will be taking place on a shorted version of the big course to try and get an many women racing as possible! We are really lucky to have such great host venues for the season so its shaping up to be a brilliant year! So get these dates
We are now able to announce the dates for next year’s SXC series.
- Round 1 - 26th March Cathkin Braes
- Round 2 - 30th April Dunoon
- Round 3 - 18th June Fife
- Round 4 - 20th August Dalbeattie
- Round 5 - 3rd September Glentress (Scottish Champs)
- Round 6 - 17 September Kingussie Due to the changeover in organisers this year’s series was slower than normal being organised. This coupled with other events, changing dates and the increasingly busy biking
The first round of the Scottish Cross Country MTB series takes place this weekend (Sunday 27th March) at Laggan Wolftrax, near Newtonmore. The event is the first of six mountain bike races which take places across Scotland, attracting top Elite riders to the venues. The hard wearing course at Laggan is chosen as the series opener, as it will be a tester for riders strength and training over the winter. The course features interesting climbs, followed by exciting, swooping des
So, with a white Christmas looking less and less likely, I’m sure there will be a few letters up the chimney asking for mudguards and overshoes! But a little bit of rain shouldn’t stop a good ride out on the bike. Some of the best days out on the hills have been in torrential rain, sleet and mud. As long as you can come off to a nice strong coffee or hot chocolate (preferably fortified with a dram), a long hot shower and some warm dry clothes there’s no reason to be stuck ind
Here's the link to the 2015 SXC Annual Report containing full updates from the year including the financial information. It's quite a bonnie report that we've put a lot of work into - enjoy! http://www.sxc.org.uk/…/downloads/sxc-annual-report-2015.pdf #News
StartFragmentThe 2015 SXC AGM will be held on the 15th of November at 2pm at the Emirates in Glasgow.
This will be an opportunity to discuss the progress in 2015 and the plans for 2016. Prior to the AGM we will publish an updated rules and constitution for approval at the AGM.
Any motions should be put to the SXC at least one week prior to the AGM, in writing, to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information in the meantime, please stay tuned to the SXC Facebook page www.facebook.c