RHL Activities are pleased to announce the format of the Official ACU British 65cc and Small Wheel 85cc Championships for the 2023 season. The structure of the two Championships will benefit the riders, ACU clubs and the Championship by taking riders from the grass roots racing of the sport and feeding them into the prestigious Championship of the country.
To be within a chance of being selected for the British Championships, you will need to affiliate with one of the ACU clubs that are hosting the qualifying rounds. You must hold a valid ACU licence and be a member of that club and compete in the three qualifying rounds.
After the three qualifying rounds which will end on or by Sunday 14th May, RHL will contact the riders who have been selected to register and enter the three rounds which will run with the Big Wheel 85cc, 125cc, WMX, MX1 and MX2 classes. Selected riders will be given two weeks to enter before the next rider is contacted from the club.
RHL Activities are excited to be working with the Auto Cycle Union and ACU clubs to provide the route for riders to become British Championship competitors, bringing through the best of the best riders from the respective classes and ultimately building the country's future World Champions.
Full details of the ACU affiliated clubs hosting the qualifying rounds and dates will be announced very soon.
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