The Mini-Fest will be expanded over two-days this year!

This will be great news for cyclists across the UK, after the 2021 Mini-Fest was restricted to just one day because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

"We are delighted to be able to extend the programme of events over two days, as it allows us once again to hold grass-track racing on both afternoons and re-introduce a much-loved Mildenhall speciality – the Mad Madison Cyclo-Cross explained Mark Burchett, Chairman of the organisers Mildenhall Cycling Club.

 

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This year's Mini-Fest line-up

This will be great news for cyclists across the UK, after the 2021 Mini-Fest was restricted to just one day and the 2020 event didn’t take place at all, because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

The two-day event will take place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2022 based on the West Row Village Hall and playing fields, with its wonderful facilities.

 

Headlining the grass-track racing will be the Men's National 400m Championship on the Sunday, while on Saturday the Mini-Fest will play host to a round of the Short Distance League.

 

The Mini-Fest will begin on the Saturday morning with the Fenland Flyer Gravel Time-Trial. The riders, aged 16 and over, will be racing individually against the clock over an 18 km course of almost entirely off-road consisting of farm tracks, droves, by-ways and a small section of minor road. This is a unique type of course that only the Fens can offer.

 

On Sunday morning the Mildenhall Mad Madison Cyclo-Cross returns to the line-up, with pairs of riders aged 16 and over racing alternate laps. There will be the more traditional Cyclo-Cross events for children under 16 with Youth (12-15), Under 12 and Under 8 categories on a shortened course.

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