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Barn Cross UK

Postby DCcycles » 23 Jan 2015, 09:03

DC Cycles announced a three-date series of ‘Barn Cross’ races this winter. The events will take place at Quob Stables Equestrian Centre in Durley near Southampton on a course featuring berms, rollers, gates and more. The organisers promise ‘a fun and action-packed evening of racing in a relaxed indoor environment’.

This may seem a little vague, so if you’re wondering what Barn Cross is all about, they’ve helpfully provided a link to the video below
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7JOM0g2Aho

To register get on to http://www.barncross.co.uk entry is only £15

Its a fun, action packed evening of racing in a relaxed indoor environment. Jam out while racing with the indoor PA system playing music supplied by “Silentroom” a local record label with some of the south hottest act signed. Hot and cold food, drink and beer will be available from the onsite café. Also try your hand at an out and out sprint with roller racing supplied by the Boys of South Coast Sprint. They will be Trophies up for grabs in all categories including the South Cost Sprint Roller Racing.

The races will be in three moto’s then A and B final set with four laps making a course around a 1km of pure racing carnage. The course will include a mix for XC and CX discipline. Navigate your way through Berms, Rollers, Gates, and more.

There are four category’s to race in.
18-30 years for age for these spritely youths,
30-40 years for riders with who like to play and race on the bikes.
40+ for riders who still waiting to grow up
The drunks for riders who should know better!

Racing Starts at 7pm!!!!!


Places are limited to 20 in each Category so be quick to enter to save your place.
- DC Cycles

Website: http://www.dccycles.co.uk
Phone: 02381 845996
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