Summer long criterium racing
The Hemel Hempstead Cycling Club run the Bovingdon Bomber Criterium series at it's club track - the popular Bomber Circuit. The Bomber is a 1km long smooth grippy purpose built racing circuit. It's fast, sweeping, flat and technical and always produces good racing.
The series is governed by British Cycling and all races are Regional C+ events with full BC points and cash prizes. The series starts on April 26th and runs throughout the summer.
Full details of all 15 rounds of the HHCC Bovingdon Bomber Criterium Series can be viewed on the BC website at https://www.britishcycling.
The Bovingdon Bomber circuit has come about thanks to hard efforts of Andy Fleet, Roger Manley and the Hemel committee. The circuit is about 1km long and is a collaboration between Hemel Hempstead Cycling Club and Drift Limits.
If coming by car then access is from A41 only. You need to leave the A41 at the Services (McDonalds) junction (signposted Bourne End Mills Ind Estate) and head up Upper Bourne End Lane which is off the northbound slip road.
Access by bike is through the industrial area up Bourne End Lane off the London Road in Bourne End. Head right when you get to the top of Upper Bourne End Lane. There is no access through the main Bovingdon Market entrance.
Please note, there is no public access to the circuit outside of organised events.