BIKETRIAL FEDERATION NATIONAL EVENTS 2014
. The Aim
  • to enjoy
  • to be fair
  • to encourage
  • to promote
  • to discard petty rules
  • to minimise red tape
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. The Purpose
  • to compete with like-minded people
  • to keep fit
  • to make friends
  • to test your skills
  • to find Britain's best

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NO LICENCES OR MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED - ALL WELCOME!
BRITISH NATIONAL TRIALS EVENTS 2014
DATES & VENUES
6th April 2014 British Trials Cup Round 1 Hook Wood, Surrey WC Qualifier
4th May 2014 British Trials Cup Round 2 Blackpool, Lancashire WC Qualifier
7th & 8th June 2014 British Trials Cup Round 3 (2 day event) Fort William, Scotland WC Qualifier
13th July 2014 British Trials Cup Round 4 Bracken Rocks, Derbyshire WC Qualifier
5th October 2014 British Trials Cup & British Championship Awards Round 5 Final Shipley Glen, Yorkshire
Points are awarded to the top 15 riders in each class (best 4 out of 5 rounds to count). The rider with the most points after the final round of the year will be awarded the title
1st = 20 points
4th = 13 points
7th = 9 points
10th = 6 points
13th = 3 points
2nd = 17 points
5th = 11 points
8th = 8 points
11th = 5 points
14th = 2 points
3rd = 15 points
6th = 10 points
9th = 7 points
12th = 4 points
15th = 1 point
Please visit the Events page for on-line entry and on-line payment for events.
INFORMATION
The Annual Meeting of the organisers is to take place on Sunday 30th November 2014. If you have any suggestions to improve the events in any way please feel free to email your ideas to info@biketrialuk.co.uk

 


British Trials Elite Standing 2014

Jack Carthy
Champion
Dave Kerr
Runner-up
Scott Wilson 2nd Runner-up
Owen Gawthorpe

4th

Ben Slinger 5th
Sam Oliver 6th
James Sheridan 7th
Steve Rogers 8th
Andrei Burton
9th
James Hyland
10th
Stan Shaw
11th
James Bancroft
12th
Alec Wray
13th
Jed Hesling
14th
Tom Rankin
15th
Tom Rigg
16th
Ross Clayton
17th
Tom Astbury
18th
Oliver Battye
19th
Rob Poyser
20th
Can you improve your British Ranking in 2014?

 

Qualified to ride Elite in 2014

To be updated after Annual Meeting.

To qualify to ride the Elite route, riders must have won the Expert route on at least two occasions in the last 12 months or have applied in writing to the Biketrial Federation Committee in advance of the event and received confirmation. Riders wishing to be de-selected from Elite should apply in writing to the Biketrial Federation Committee.

Click here for the British Elite Selection Policy