by Ben Haworth
March 1, 2010
Race organiser Chris Roberts said, “Caersws is the perfect for place for the series, the best uplift in the country equals more time blasting down the five exciting courses”.
The entry fee has been frozen at the 2009 price of £55 and includes free camping and Team Pits next to the finish line.
Following each race there will be Video highlights film produced for the web and there will be a DVD made for the end of series.
Helmet Cam – New track built by Matt Simmons
Great prizes again this year Astrix Havoc DH Frame, Fox 40’s, E13 Chain device and Spank goodies.
- March 7/8th.
- May 22/23rd.
- July 3/4th.
- August 21/22nd.
- October 16/17th
Uplift Practice Day 10.00am – 4.30pm
Practice 8.30am– 10.30am
Race Start (2 runs) 11.00am – 4.30pm
Situated in the heart of mid-Wales between Newtown and Machynlleth
Caersws is a private forest used for regional and national races over the past 5 years, we ran the first race at Caersws in 2003 which was won by Marc Beaumont. Since then four courses have build by the local riders to make this an ideal place to run the series. The National series returns to Caersws in September 10 so good chance to get some extra practice in before the National Circus arrives.
Age range from just 12 years old up to over 40+.
Juvenile 12-14, Youth 15-16, Junior 17-18, Senior 19-29, Master 30-39, Veteran40+.
Expert & Pro Elite Categories.
British Cycling Ranking Points:
For riders wanting to build up to the national series all rounds will have British Cycling ranking points awarded
New parking and camping areas have been made to make it as short easy walk to get the uplift pick up point.
Online entry at www.caerswscup.co.uk