The Scottish Cyclocross season consists of six series events and a Scottish Championships event plus other non-series events. A season long league runs in open and age related categories with some some top-notch prizes on offer. The final standings are based on your best five results over the six races in the series. If you ride fewer than five races then they will all count - there is no minimum number of rounds and no mandatory rounds. We aim to publish an updated series standing on the website as soon as we can after race weekends.
Scottish Cycling Championship races are subject to Scottish Cycling's eligibility rules - please check here for details.
All bikes are allowed at SCX races (as long as they're safe for you and others) - cyclocross, mountain bikes, BMXs, even your Mum's old shopping bike. Courses favour those on cyclocross bikes – choose your weapon wisely!
Each race in the series is officiated by a suitably qualified British Cycling commissaire. The commissaire are there to ensure that races are safe and fair. The majority of the commissaires covering SCX events are current or former cyclocross racers, so understand what makes a good race. Please listen to any instructions that the commissaire might give you on race day. Commissaires will be happy to answer any questions you have about the event, please don't hesitate to speak to them at any time (but remember that it can get a bit hectic right at the start of a race).