Oxford beat Cambridge in Inaugural Track Varsity Match

We took on Cambridge at the inaugural Track Cycling Varsity Match at Herne Hill in June. The event was hosted by the World Cycling Revival Festival and comprised a men’s and women’s Team Pursuit and Points race.   First up was the Men’s Team Pursuit, where James King, Oliver Bent, Angus Fisk, and Bryn Davies […]

A Record Breaking Year for OUCC

As the academic year draws to a close, we take a look back at a very successful year. The year started with OUCC welcoming some new sponsors on board: Peleton Espresso, Beeline Bicycles, Cycloanalysts, Mission Burrito and Tactic Sport joined title sponsor HMT Hospitals and we again say thank-you for the support this year. As […]

Davenne takes bronze at BUCS road race

The final BUCS event of the year, the road race hosted by York University, took place on the 29th April. OUCC sent a strong squad, with Angus Fisk, Michael Knight and James King in the men’s race, and last year’s champion Tamara Davenne and Mimi Harrison in the women’s. Riders faced multiple laps of 20km circuit, with 300m of climbing […]

Dark blue women win silver at BUCS TTT

The BUCS team time trial championships once again returned to the rolling hills of Wiltshire. No matter how familiar some of the more experienced riders on the scene have grown to be with this course, its inclines can still prove highly disruptive for even the most well drilled of teams. Coping with the climbs and […]

Women win TT Varsity title and Oxford repeat double bronze success

This weekend saw Oxford host the BUCS 25 time trial championships, incorporating the annual Oxford v Cambridge TT varsity match. The culmination of our time trialling season, this was a race everyone had been looking forward to. The conditions seemed reasonably quick, albeit with high air pressure and the challenge of dealing with the unseasonably warm […]

Double team bronze at the BUCS 10 time trial championships

The British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) 10 mile time trial championships were hosted by Cambridge this year. As ever, they used the E33/10 course in Bottisham (featuring the world’s biggest motorway bridge). Light but occasionally gusty crosswinds made for not the quickest of days, but riders were nevertheless thankful for the uncharacteristically warm temperatures. […]