Revolutions Racing has been set up and run by its sponsors Coaching Revolutions. We have a passion to create a club that revolves around racing and the promotion of getting people to race.

We will be affiliated to British Cycling, CTT nationally and SCCA and SSSCCRRL on a local level. We want people to discover the joy of racing and the enjoyment that goes with pushing yourself towards a goal to the best of your ability. But more than that we want a club atmosphere where all members know each other, a knowledge of what races your club mates are riding, the ability of sharing lifts, nights out and of course training rides. To acheive this there is a limit to the number of members we will be having.

This will not a club where all you have to do is pay your money and be a member, we are looking for some commitment such as a season of racing (at what ever level), commitment to help with race promotions (even if its making the cakes, making tea, waving a flag or organising). As such you have to apply to join and outline what you want for the forthcoming season.

Be under no illusion we are not looking to be elitist but we want riders who are commited to the sport. We will support the riders the best we can, we are looking for riders from any catagory on the road, mountain bike, track and cyclocross, any age and any gender. We have a core mens team for next year (but still space for more) and the start of what looks like a good ladies and youth/junior team.




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Revolutions RacingThursday, July 20th, 2017 at 8:24pm
Massive congratulations to Rev’s rider Pauline Hughes for sealing the Friction Hydraulics Series Ladies Gold with three rounds still remaining, following a fantastic win in last Sunday’s Shropshire Championship 100 mile TT, Chapeau!!
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Revolutions Racing added 6 new photos.Sunday, July 16th, 2017 at 9:21am
Congratulations to Pauline and Stuart today on a wild, wet and windy July Sunday at the FH SCCA 100 mile TT. Pauline took Ladies gold, with Stuart taking overall silver and Vets gold, and Rev's taking team Bronze!

Thanks to all the marshalls for giving their time up to keep the guys safe, as well as giving such enthusiastic support!
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Revolutions RacingSaturday, July 15th, 2017 at 9:33am
Good luck to Pauline and Stuart for the FH SCCA Open 100 mile TT tomorrow!
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Revolutions RacingSaturday, July 15th, 2017 at 9:27am
Race report from Sam at the Junior Tour of Ireland

Not so good news... Stage 3 started well, grim weather and a pretty fast start until 20km in, a parked van made a pinch point and everyone went down right in front of me. Couldn't stop, went straight over the top. Picked myself up, grabbed my bottles from the floor and the chase began.

Tough 5 km chase as it was at the foot of the days first KOM. By then I was completly spent and yo-yoing off the back in the end doing the last 60 km on my own.

Even worse got back to the hotel and found a crack in the seat stay.

Thought it would be game over but we managed to borrow a bike for stage 4 although it was way too small and the gears hardly worked, had nothing close to the restricted gear so struggled from the off. After 30 km on my own off the back of struggling I gave up and got into the broom wagon.

Race over... 3 /4 of us had race ending mechanicals but hey that's racing!
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Revolutions Racing added 6 new photos.Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 at 9:29pm
Rev’s testers Steve, Pauline and Stuart were in action last night at the Gordon Davies Memorial / SB Series round 11 Wrekinsport 19m TT with the guys taking Vet’s Gold and Bronze, Ladies Gold and third overall on a fab night for racing, well done all!
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Revolutions RacingWednesday, July 12th, 2017 at 10:47am
Quick race report from Sam at the end of the second day of the Junior Tour of Ireland...

"Started the first day with a TT of 6.2 km. Bit too short for me and finished in 9.12 for 89th place.

Today's second stage was a 109 km road stage, quite lumpy from the off with a flat run in. Was riding and climbing well until I dropped my chain on the last and hardest climb. Couldn't quite chase back on over the climb. A group of about 50 got away and I rolled in the next group down."

Sam fought back well and ended up in 69 place. Full results are available on the Junior Tour FB page...

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