Traffic free, short distance bunch racing.
What and where is circuit racing
Circuit racing consists of laps around a 1-3 mile closed circuit (no cars) lasting between 45 and 90 minutes. The racing is held either at purpose built venues or multi-use temporary venues such as the paths of public parks or airfields.
Purpose built circuits within reach of Tunbridge Wells include:
Park & airfield circuits include:
How, where and what you'll need to enter
All British Cycling registered circuit races can be found via the BC Calendar. Some can also be entered via the BC website, whilst others are enterd via Rider HQ. You'll need to have BC Silver or Gold membership, and a full racing licence to gain points. Races can often be over subscribed, but it's also possible to enter on-the-line (as opposed to online) by just turning up with your race licence if spaces are available.
Circuit races are often part of a league which includes both road and circuit races. Entrants are required to affiliate to the league before being permitted to enter.