How Our Races Work:
We start with a track walk from 7.30am to 8am. The track then opens to riders from 8am to 10.45am for practice. The race starts at 11am and we do three timed runs over the course of the day with a break for lunch after the second run at around 1pm.
Prize giving is held half an hour after the third and final run. There are 5 – 6 races each year in the championship and the Championship trophies are presented at the last race of the season.
There is extensive free parking available in the ain car park, and overflow parking in the field at the botto of the park.
We have a medic on site for the duration of the event, along with track side marshalls monitoring the track. All have radio communication and whistles to ensure the maximum safety of the riders.
Race entry is £25 online or £30 on the day if you don’t register online. Online entry closes at 10 pm on the Wednesday before the race. Entry on the day is not guaranteed as places are limited to 150 riders.
Refunds only if cancellation is received in writing 7 days before the race date – a cancellation fee of £5 is chargeable for each refund.
Full face helmets are compulsory and no rider will be allowed to participate if they don’t have the correct full face helmet.
We only hold third party, public liability insurance that covers us and the landowner in the event of a member of the public being injured during the event. It is NOT POSSIBLE for us to obtain insurance that will cover individual riders for injuries, so we strongly advise you to consider getting your own individual insurance so that you are coverered in the event of injury. Please make sure that the insurance you get covers participation in dangerous/extreme sports.
British Cycling insurance does not cover any of our races and we are not affiliated with them in any way.