The 2022 Spring Criterium Races at Hillingdon Circuit will be on a Saturday in April 2022 Races at 13.30, 14.30, and 15.30pm. The three races are:

MEN’s CAT 4…….WOMEN’s CAT 3/4 ………MEN’s CAT 2/3………see the 2021 action here:


Every Spring Westerley Cycling Club holds a day of criterium races at the Hillingdon Cycle Circuit.  Our races promote grassroots racing in a safe and friendly environment.  Marshals are on hand to keep the circuit clear, and racing takes place under the oversight of British Cycling commissaires with qualified first aiders on hand.  After the chequered flag, riders can enjoy their post-race recovery from our fully stocked kitchen (although COVID19 may alter that for the 2021 event)..

The 2022 event will be on a Saturday in April and the races are open to all athletes over 16 wanting to compete.  International athletes are also welcome across all races, please let us know if you wish to enter and we can help book you in.

The events are…. A men’s cat 4 race (40 minutes), A women’s cat 3/4 race (40 minutes), A men’s cat 2/3 races (1 hour), 

This is an opportunity to Race on the traffic free closed circuit Hillingdon Circuit, each lap just under 1 mile, 10m climbing per lap. All those hours during winter on a smart trainer may just have turned you into a real life winner! But whatever, it’s great place to participate in real life road racing, so what’s stopping you?

We would advise early entry.

You can enter via the British Cycling website. Why not check out our event on facebook if you haven’t already?

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