Here you will find the details of all our up and coming events, training sessions and rides.

The links below are for the Youth Road Riding Policy and a Youth Consent form. If your child is going to join in any of the clubs road rides then could you please complete a consent form and return it to

Ilkley Cycling Club Youth Road Riding Policy

Ilkley Cyling Club Youth Consent Form






Roller Racing and Training (All ages)

Tuesday 7th March
3rd Ben Rydding Scout Hut

From 18:30pm to 21:30pm

Racing Evening 7th March 6.30pm – 9.30p
3rd Ben Rhydding Scout Hut (off Leeds Road and turn down by Grandad Nichols – backs onto the cemetery)

ALL AGES – This is in preparation for the BSCA competition on the 19th March – if the little ones can get there for 6.30 – 7.30 that would be great,

Please bring CLEAN bikes, on restricted gears – if you’re unsure about this please ask in advance to myself or ask for advice on the night. See attached article from British Cycling.

Leaders: Jon Hunt and Daniel Sharp
Cost £3.00 per session to cover cost of the hut.


Note we will be practicing again on the 14th March too.





Pedalsport Spring Circuits #1 – racing for all ages

Sunday 11th March
Hammerstones Cycle Circuit, Brooksbank School Sports College, Victiria Road, Ellan, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX5 0TA

From 8:45am to 11:30am

Races for all age groups from U8 up to adults on Hammerstones cycle circuit.

More details here:–1



BSCA Yorkshire Roller Championships

Sunday 19th March
Farsley Farfield Primary School Cote Ln, Farsley, Pudsey LS28 5ED

Sign on from 9:00am
First Race at 10:30am

BSCA Roller Racing Competition – Lets get a big team there – cycle for your school but wear your club jersey

Never tried – young ones will use turbo trainers – older ones rollers. If you need memorship details contact me – Even the most inexperienced rider can do this.

Time: First race is at 10.30 am. Signing On will open at 9am and close at 10.00am

The event involves several heats and will finish mid afternoon for all age categories. Time of finish depends on numbers entered.


Entry Form – see below

Mandy Parker and East Bradford Cycling Club
22 Airedale Gardens,
LS13 1DN

Tel: 07917 860292

E Mail:

Entry Form


YDP Aims
The aims of our Youth Development Programme are:

1. To provide tangible support for parents in helping teach their children to ride their bikes and enjoy cycling in a safe and protected environment

2. To help children develop skills and confidence on their bikes, and so provide an avenue for fitness and well-being, and family and community-based fun.

3. To encourage and help those who want to race competitively, in a caring, protected and supportive environment

4. To identify high-potential talent and make available local and national performance development schemes where appropriate and in consultation with parents / carers.

Our welfare officers are Mike Cooper and Alexandra Warren.



BSCA Events

There are a number of races coming up as part of the British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA) events. These are entry level competitions which sit below British Cycling Competitions but give great experience and an introduction to racing.

BSCA Blog:

ICC is affiliated to BSCA, this means that our youth members (all members under 18) can enter the BSCA events without having to pay a surcharge, but members do need to apply for a BSCA membership card, which we can do through the club, (BSCA is not a large organisation and is run by volunteers, so it is not practical to automatically register all our youth members) please email if your child would like to be registered. Races are open to all children and you don’t have to ride all events. Some events are entry on the line but some have a closing date for entries.

BSCA Age Groups and Gear Restrictions

Family Rides

ICC members & their families welcome to join the ICC coaches for a ride to Bolton Abbey & back or similar distance. . Meet at the Old Bridge. Under 16s must have a parent / responsible adult accompanying them.

Dates coming soon.

British Cycling

British Cycling organise lots of different events at regional and national level. The racing is in age groups and follows the age the child is on the 1st of January, of that current year.

British Cycling Age Categories

Different types of events are organised all year round. Races are open to all children. A British Cycling racing licence is required for most races. This is free to B.C. youth members but not Junior riders. Most events are entry on the line but some have a closing date for entries . A list of the regional events is compiled under” events.”

Gear Restrictions  (not needed in Cyclocross)

All young riders, under 16 years of age, have a gear restriction for their age group. This varies slightly depending on the different type of event and the different organisation.

Why have gear restrictions?

It ensures all riders compete together on a fair and equal standing
It helps to reduce the risk of overuse injuries and avoid imbalances in young riders; it may also help riders to develop good pedalling technique.
It encourages young riders to race using tactics as opposed to using bigger gears to go faster. This will help to support the riders in learning new techniques which they will need throughout their competitive career.

Gear Restrictions are detailed here:
British Cycling gear restrictions


Previous ICC Youth Events

The link below takes you to an archive of the past ICC youth events

Past Events


Youth Calendar

The link below takes you to a calendar of ICC youth events
Youth Calendar