Road Races are mass start races with usually about 60 riders. The winner is simply the first over the finish line. The main regulatory body for domestic road racing is British Cycling.
In this region a large number of the road races are organised by clubs that are affilliated to the Eastern Road Race League (ERRL) which promotes a regional race series and championship. Cambridge CC is a member of the league.
One of the Rules of Membership is that every club promotes at least one race per season. In doing so our racers are then eligible to enter any of the league events for that season. We promote the Ike Saul Memorial Road Race which takes place in March. Before submitting an entry to ride this event, there is an obligation on our members to offer assistance in the organisation and to check with the organiser that all marshalling and other necessary duties can be met.
- See the standing of Cambridge CC in the ERRL
- See the standings of Cambridge CC riders in the ERRL
- See our members British Cycling results.
For the mature rider the League of Veteran Racing Cyclists organises races for those over forty years of age.
Contact our Racing Secretary for more details on how to start racing for Cambridge CC.
Jamie Wimborne (Cycle Team On Form) wins the 2019 Ike Saul Road Race
- Jamie Wimborne 2h 37m 40.0s Cycle Team OnForm
- Benjamin Beynon +35 Strada-Sport
- Benedict Thompson +43 TeamLDN
- Seb Herrod +3:53 Strada-Sport
- Roman Piotrowski +4:48 Unattached
- Toby Miles +5:49 Finchley Racing Team
- Gregg Booker +6:05 Loughborough Stu. CC
- Tiago Fougo +6:06 Strada-Sport
- Aaron Freeman +6:07 Cycling Perf Squad
- George Olive +6:07 Finchley Racing Team
- Craig Cole +6:08 Lky7 SD Racing Team
- Stephen Messenger +6:08 East London Velo
- Callum Stewart +6:08 East London Velo
- Hugh Smith +6:08 Woolwich CC
- Wayne Tunnah +6:09 St Neots CC
Go to our Spring 2019 newsletter for the race report and photos
Many thanks to all those who helped in organizing the race; our sponsors Tusk; Cambridge Design Partnership who provided parking and Toft People's Hall.