TIM Davies has targeted the Welsh Cyclocross title in hid bid for more silverware.

The Crossgates star heads to Newtown on Sunday for the sixth round of the Welsh Cyclocross Championship having already taken class victories in previous rounds in Hereford and Aberystwyth.

Davies has been in stellar form this year, winning both the British and Welsh Cross Country Championship and Points title to be crowned V50s champion.

Davies added a silver medal at the Welsh Road Race Championship.

The CC Abergavenny/JP Signs and Print rider is also competing in the National Trophy Series cyclocross championship which has seen the former Great Britain international and Welsh Cycling Hall of Fame star go head to head with leading riders from across the country and Europe.

The series consists of events around Great Britain with Davies ending the first round in Derbyshire in fifth place in the V50s class.

Davies will be joined in Newtown by teenage son Spencer who has impressed with two fifth place finishes in the two previous rounds as the up and coming Radnorshire rider targets under 16s success.

Hafren Cycling Club hosts the sixth round of the Welsh Cyclocross League on Sunday with hundreds of riders from across Wales expected to descend on the town.

The action takes place at the town’s Trehafren Field complex with racing starting at 10am and proceeding until 2.30pm.

Montgomeryshire AM Russell George will also be in attendance with the event representing the second national showpiece to visit Newtown in less than a month.