Cameron claims overall award

ON FORM: Moulton Chapel youngster Cameron Neilson won the King's Lynn mountain bike event and received his award from British Cycling's Alison Lilley.
ON FORM: Moulton Chapel youngster Cameron Neilson won the King's Lynn mountain bike event and received his award from British Cycling's Alison Lilley.
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Cameron Neilson continued his good form following a successful cyclo-cross season with a victory in the King’s Lynn mountain bike event at the Lynnsport facility last weekend.

The 12-year-old from Moulton Chapel was the overall winner and was proud to receive his award from eastern region British Cycling coach Alison Lilley.

Meanwhile, Peterborough-based Fenland Clarion Cycling Club will be hosting more of their popular youth cyclo-cross races on Friday evenings.

They will follow British Cycling’s Go Ride racing format and are suitable for riders of all abilities.

Each rider will get a minimum of two races to be held on the grassed areas around the track on each of the evenings, and the events will be held in age groups up to 16 years of age.

The events will take place at The Embankment athletics track with entries taken on the day from 6pm with racing to start at 6.30pm and finishing around 8pm. Full changing facilities and refreshments will be available, and the cost is just £4 per rider for each evening.

The three spring events will be on February 27, March 27 and April 24.

For more information visit www.fenlandclarion.co.uk or contact Malc at publicity@fenlandclarion.co.uk