Following a successful 2021 season with RHL Activities at the helm of the Official ACU British Motocross Championship, RHL are pleased to confirm the 2022 dates for the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship.
The format of the season will see a mixture of one and two day formats.
Auto - RHL are working with the ACU and ACU clubs to bring a new format for the Auto class with a further announcement on this coming shortly
65cc – 6 Rounds
Small Wheel 85cc – 6 Rounds
Big Wheel 85cc – 8 Rounds
125cc & 250cc – 8 Rounds
WMX Adult – 6 Rounds (Subject to having 20 registered riders by 31st January 2022, otherwise the class will not run)
MX1 – 8 Rounds
MX2 – 8 Rounds
RHL are currently working with organisers of rounds which may also see new circuits included in the calendar.
12th & 13th March
2nd & 3rd April
16th & 17th April
7th & 8th May
21st & 22nd May
18th & 19th June
9th & 10th July
30th & 31st July
10th & 11th September
1st & 2nd October – Reserve Date
Dates are currently subject to any MXGP calendar changes that may arise between now and January 2022, after which the dates will be set.
RHL would like to thank all its riders of 2021 who competed within the controlled tyre class. In 2022 there will be no controlled tyre due to the impact of restricted movement of global supplies.
Further announcements on the 2022 season will be made in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for further information on www.rhlactivities.com
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