The six round British Extreme Championship kicks off the 2020 season with it’s annual trip to the very popular Parkwood Offroad Centre on January 12th.
This multi terrain mega circuit is a favourite with many different riders from the top extreme riders in the world down to the everyday rider who has never tried an extreme before and wants to show everyone that they can tackle the rocks and waterfalls like the pros by hook or by crook and maybe with a bit of help from the marshals.
The event will follow the same format as in 2019 with a two-hour morning race for Sportsman, Sportsman Vets and Youth and a two-and-a-half-hour afternoon race for Clubman, Elite Vets, Experts and Championship
We are pleased to announce that entries are now open and can be obtained in the usual way by downloading and returning the entry form below or by calling Chris on 07889924560. The entry has once again been kept at the affordable price of £85 and please remember all entries are pre-pay for this event. We accept payment by card, cash, PayPal and bank transfer.
Accessible viewing also makes Parkwood a favourite with spectators who not only come to watch the top pro’s but also come to cheer on and encourage those riders who are tackling the circuit for the first time. Entry fees will remain the same as in 2019 at £10 for adults, £5 for children under 16 and senior citizens and under 5’s free.
A very well done to everyone that rode today at the first of the two Steady Eddy Extreme events. It was a wet one but to be fair you all rode well, especially those who have never tried their hands at extreme events before.
In the challenging conditions it was up and coming extreme enduro star Jamie Williams who lead the event from start to finish. Jamie, who has clocked up some serious bike time this year at some of the big prestigious hard enduro events, proved he is going to be a challenging player in the field of extreme/hard enduro in the years to come, by lapping everyone twice by the end of the two hours. Scott Hipwell, also new to extreme events and very good friend of Jamie, also proved that he will be a tidy rider as he gets older with a superb ride leading the sportamns class for most of the two hours and actually taking the class win and second overall at the flag.
A big shout out must also go to one of our youth riders, Morgan Williams, who despite the initial pre event nerves being his first try at extreme events rode brilliantly being in 16th place at the end of lap one but digging in hard to creep forward through the pack to finish up in eighth place overall and first in class.
As we do at Fast Eddy in weather like today there are no non-finishers so we hope you all enjoyed the event and we would love to see you at round two at Cowm Quarry, Whitworth on 11th November.
We are please to announce the two round series of Steady Eddy X-tremes for 2019.
We will be starting of on Saturday 26th October at the popular venue of H2O, Selattyn near Oswestry. Round two will be on Sunday 10th November at the ever changing Cowm Quarry, High Barn Lane, Whitworth near Rochdale.
The Steady Eddy X-treme series is designed for thos of you who have never had a go at extreme events and would like to give it a go. There will be NO experts at either event but they will be open to Novice, Sportsman, Youth, Clubman, Vets and Over 50’s riders.
Entries will be a very reasonable £50 per rider per event and trophies will be awarded for the overall winners in each class over the two rounds. To enter call Chris on 07889924560, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook.
Once again the very popular venue of Hawkstone Park opens it’s doors to the world of enduro for the sixth round of the 2019 WESS championship.
This series gives every rider the opportunity to ride and rub shoulders with the best in the world of hard enduro like current champion Billy Bolt, Taddy Blazusiak, Graham Jarvis, Jonny Walker and Mario Roman to name but a few.
This year will follow a similar format to last year with a practice session on Saturday morning and a sprint enduro (which will determine start positions for the Sunday main event) on Saturday afternoon.
Sunday will include a youth event for the stars of tomorrow to show what they are made of, a “Steady Eddy” event for the Novice, Sportsman, Youth, Over 50’s and Vets B riders and then the main event, the “Original” Fast Eddy where the riders in Clubman, Experts and Vets A classes get their chance to ride against and with the pro riders and “big boys” of the sport.
Spectators camping is available at the gate for £20 per vehicle. The entry fee for adults is £10 (for one or both days) and £5 for kids and concessions. Under 5’s are free.
Here is the provisional entry list for this weekend, we hope to see you there!