Welcome to the online home of Nikki Harris. Telenet Fidea Cyclo Cross Professional and current British Cyclocross Champion.

Nikki has won multiple british championships across several disciplines including track cycling, road racing, cyclo cross and mountain bike. She has represented Great Britain on multiple occasions at world european and commonwealth events.

Her main focus is now on cyclo cross where she strives to complete her ultimate goal of becoming world cyclo cross champion.

My Story

DOB : 30/12/86

Height : 176 cm

Weight : 61kg

I started racing my bike when I was around 9 years old. After chasing goodie bags and other random prizes for a few years I soon realised this was something I was pretty good at and most of all, I loved to do. At the age of 16 I represented Great Britain for the first time in the world mountain bike championships in Lugano. Since then it has never stopped, my life has been full of cycling ever since and I wouldn't have chosen anything else.

I rode for 4 years with a focus on the track with the national team winning world cup medals along the way. After these few years I decided I needed a change of focus and ended up returning back to my roots and once again competing off road.

I headed to Belgium, the Mecca of cycling and cyclo cross in particular and started the chase for my long term dream of being world champion. During this time I also won a national title on the road and mountain bike.

I spent a couple of years finding my feet in the highly professional sport of cyclo cross. Last year was my most successful season to date. I  won the British National Cyclocross Championships i won 5 international races, finished 3rd at the European Cyclocross championships ,finished 3rd overall in the World Cup rankings and i had 14  international podiums.

This year I wish to build on those results further and turn some more of them podium' positions into wins and edge one step closer to winning the european and world championships.

I hope you enjoy my website!






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