Canada Heights Cross Country  


Sunday 1st August 2010

Thanks You!

Many thanks to those nice people at RaceFX and Freestyle Bikes for their sponsorship, Richard and Andrea Snowden for their efficiant results service, all the riders/teams/crews/fans who turned up and most importanly the giant team of volunters who laid on and cleared up the event - we couldn't have done it without you.


AM Race PM Race BXCC
Sportsman (386kb PDF) Championship (376kb PDF)
Over 50 (379kb PDF) Expert (377kb PDF)
Clubman (389kb PDF) Clubman Elite (378kb PDF)
  Expert Over 40 (378kb PDF)
AM Combined (405kb PDF) PM Combined (393kb PDF)

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Reports, Photos & Video

Manny Bernardez (Full Throttle Junkies) - video here

Bob Mullins (Enduro News) - photos and report

Cliff Barnett - video 1 and video 2

Becky & John Edwards - photos

Rider List

Final rider list - here (316kb PDF)

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The Official British Cross Country Championship

  • Round 1 - 16 May - Midwest Racing venue Chavenage Farm, Tetbury, Glos.
    Results are on their website -
  • Round 2 - 20 June - Ride Offroad UK venue Harwood Dale, Yorkshire
    Results are on their website - - look under 'Results' at the top

  • Round 3 - 1 August - Sidcup & DMCC Ltd Canada Heights, Swanley, Kent

Riders' Entry Fee for each event - £50 per round.
No Series Registration fee, but all riders will need a current ACU Competition Licence or must buy a One-Event licence for £10

Morning event - 2 hours duration for the following classes

Sportsman (2 and 4 stroke on entry form to split start line-up)
Over 50
Clubman (2 and 4 stroke on entry form to split start line-up)

Afternoon event - 2.5 hours duration for the following classes

Clubman Elite (2 and 4 stroke on entry form to split start line-up)
Expert Over 40

Points allocation

For each race - 20, 17, 15, 13, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. First to fifteenth place (corrected figures - sorry)

Press Release from the ACU about the new Series

THE ACU has launched the all-new British Cross Country Championship in a bid to boost UK enduro riding and provide extra choice and events for riders.

IThe idea of the series is to provide enjoyable, quality courses to the same level as ACU Championship and with all the correct insurances in place. It gives enduro riders another three top-notch events to go and get dirty riding.

As well as the title of British Cross Country Champion, at the end of the series there will also be a Best Lady Award on offer. At present there is a Prize fund of over £2k across the categories.

ACU Trials and Enduro Chairman John Collins said: “This new Championship is very exciting and gives enduro riders another choice of top class event for 2010. It has taken a lot of hard work to put it in place but the quality is assured and we expect a strong turnout for the Championship.

“The ACU is working hard to put on the very best events and to deliver value for money to riders in the UK and this is another step on that journey, there will be more to come.”

Full regulations and details will be available shortly and if there are any businesses out there interested in title sponsorship or to partner the series then they should get in touch – please contact Mary Kerr at the ACU on 01788-566403 or

For further information on the round organisers please visit the Midwest Racing Club at , Rideoffroad UK at  and Sidcup & DMCC at For more information on the ACU, visit

For a preview see Manny Bernardez (Full Throttle Junkies) report, helmet cam and photos of the 2009 event at Canada Heights - Here