I haven’t read this thread from page one. Note Racing is possible with British Cycling. I once received a great email about a cycling divorce sent to competitors / entrants of the eastern road race league.
To start with you will need a silver licence. Costs for entry are very high. Be careful of joining cycling clubs which are rife with bullying and petty arguments. There’s a lot of competition involved with British Cycling, however, some are forced into the sport without any choice.
The races are dependent on experience and category. Fourth and third category races are as far as I got. The best races are the ones you feel most comfortable in. You can try flat or steeper circuits like Hogg Hill in East London. Hillingdon is a good west to east circuit. I wouldn’t know about achieving much in races.
Who is this Will character?
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