All you need to know about the South West Cyclo-cross League 


The SWCX league is intended to be a fun, all-inclusive, supportive but competitive series of CX races for all ages which run on Sundays from September through to January each year. The league constantly strives to improve and the committee welcomes any comments you may have throughout the season. Don’t be shy, get involved!





The SWCX League AGM (scheduled for 24th March) and the SWCX League Date Fixing Meeting (scheduled for 28th April) are both postponed until further notice.

We will continue to monitor the situation surrounding COVID-19 and will be guided by the government as to how and when we can proceed. Until then, stay safe and we wish you all well through the coming weeks in what is likely to be an uncertain and difficult for time for us all.

The SWCX Team

Dear Riders

On the 2nd February 2020 the South West Cyclo-cross League will be hosting the annual end of season awards at The Kenn Centre, Kennford, Exeter.

The awards celebration will start at 3pm, with overall category presentations, the Young Rider Participation awards and a few special awards.


As a league registered rider, we would like you to take part in nominating for some of the awards. Attached is a link for you to fill in the names of the people you would like to see recognised for the following 3 awards:

Regional Championships is run by the SWCX league but is a non League counting round.

  • On the day entry is not available for U14 - V60 age groups. You must enter these categories online.
  • On the day entry is available for U8 through to U12.



SW regional Champs Technical guide. (rev2)

Link to document

All competitors, please take note the following important changes for this season. They have also been added to the Welcome to the South West Cyclo-cross League page, so please take the time to read through it if you haven't already done so.


Club Kit

If you are a Youth or Senior rider and member of a cycling club, you are expected to wear your official club kit while racing. If you are a member of more than one club, you must wear the kit belonging to the club that you used to register to the league. Take this opportunity to represent your club and the sponsors that support them. Commissaires will use their discretion regarding the issue of warnings for those repeatedly not wearing their relevant club kit.

If you are an independent rider you are not permitted to wear any replica team kit.


League Registration is now closed.


(This does not effect your ability to race)


Notice effective as of midnight 9th August


Thank you to all that have registered this season... It's going to be an amazing year with league with registration up a whopping 29%!


We will send out an email shortly to all registered riders explaining what to expect next.


Check your registration at any time by checking here Registration Status