BC can do one!
So what have they done this time? At least they recognise XC as it’s olympic.Posted 3 years ago
It seems to be purely racers association with a massive emphasis on the ones that get medals. You see it most on their twitter feed focussing on a regional road race in the rain while there are brits winning DH world cups
You could always speak to Gorrick, who set up their own registration system (MBSA).
Don’t know if they would want to host your sign on too but it wouldn’t hurt to ask, or they might give you some pointers.Posted 3 years ago
Sound good, I will ask for some advice, we have website so could write a simple program and use paypal. Need to look in to it more. But for the sort term (8 Days) I need a hosting site.traildogMember
Yes, we are also having some trouble with BC. The word we have heard (which is rumor so maybe right or wrong) is that they have had a few very big claims and are really having to look closely at what they insure.
Having said that, from the other side as a racer and normal cyclist they were very good at handling the claim of when I cycled into the back of a car. That came to an unbelievable amount of money for the small bit of damage caused.Posted 3 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Quite a few events seem to be using Eventbrite for managing signups etc (we use it at work for some big events, it’s pretty good- we ended up picking it up after I saw Muckmedden using it for races, because that’s how pro we are 😳 )
No use for insurance etc obviously!Posted 3 years ago
Quite a few events seem to be using Eventbrite for managing signups etc (we use it at work for some big events, it’s pretty good- we ended up picking it up after I saw Muckmedden using it for races, because that’s how pro we are )
Eventbrite is more expencive than XCracer, I have looked at them before
No use for insurance etc obviously!
http://www.cyclosure.co.uk/ about a half the price of BC.Posted 3 years ago
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