SCHOOL SPORTS                             






Cycle Stars are actively promoting Cycle Sport in Schools, working closely with the British Schools Cycling Association.

We provide coaching in school PE lessons and after school clubs. 

British Cycling qualified coaches, hold a minimum level 1 certificate, first aid trained, safeguarding and are DBS cleared. Cycle Stars hold public liability insurance.

With support of local schools, Cycle Stars host a number of inter school cycle races. http://events@cyclestars.co.uk

Stephen Preston (Founder of Cycle Stars) is the BSCA Southern Co-ordinator - If you would liket o become a member of the British Schools Cycling Association orwould like to find out more on how to get your school involved in ctcle sport, email Steve/BSCA

12th December  Lakeside vs St James


     LAKESIDE                                             ST JAMES

Round 1 of the school cycle race league started with two old rivals face off for the glory of winning the cyclocross relay. The schools have faced off several times and it's always an exciting race, with very little between them, Lakeside were favourites coming into this race as this was a home event, however Lakeside got off to a bad start when young Freddie racing for the first time got stuck on a climb. Despite this the team battled on coming down to a final sprint between Blake for Lakeside and Josh riding for St James. Both riders are regulars on the racing circuit representing Cycle Stars so it was sure to be a close run race. Josh had a slender head start but Blake was doing every thing he could to make up the distance. Despite a close race Blake couldn't quite make up the difference and Josh took the win for St James.

Round 2 will be between St Marks and Hempsted on the 19th December, this will be a home race at St Marks  school. The winners will then race against St James and the loosers will face off against Lakeside.





                                                                     ST MARKS                                                HEMPSTED

St Marks Junior School raced Hempsted Primary in the second round of the schools cycle trace league. Hempsted racing for the first time put up a valiant fight but in the end was beaten by St Marks with blitzering charge by team captain Izzy, to take the win for St Marks.

St Marks now take on St James on the 31st January and Hempsted take on Leckhampton Primary School on the 9th February

If you want further information on how your school can participate in school cycle racing, email Steve at events@cyclestars.co.uk


Round 3 St Marks and St James both with very strong cycle teams, greeted each other with the official rolling meet and greet.

St Marks sucessfully beat St James who were the league leaders. The race started with both team captains racing for an early lead. Izzy racing for St Marks got a quick start, narrowly beating Josh racing for St James. Izzy managed to maintain the marginal lead for the first lap before passing over to Pippa who then extended the lead. St James in their haste to catch up then made a couple of errors by failing to get round some tight corners. St Marks saw their chance by beating St James.

St Marks are now due to meet Lakeside on the 30th March which is a home race. Lakeside has been training hard since losing to St James and can never be underestimated.



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