Kielder Trail Bike TT 15 April 2018
This is NDH's Trail bike TT race at Kielder. It will take in the Forest Dive
Save money :- Enter the discount code KTT, before midnight 2 January 2018 to receive a £5.00 discount
HELMET CAM RUN CAN BE SEEN HERE...... https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=941766039214981
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This years event will be on the longer course as used in 2017.
Trail Bike TT is a Downhill style event aimed at Enduro / Trailbikes on a funn Black Graded trail centre trail. Basically whatever bike you take out for a Sunday blast is a cool bike for this event. All you need is your bike a full face helmet and and some end plugs in your bars
NDH Trail bike TT
Course rating (1-5 with 5 being very technical): Rating 4.0 The track is a forestry commission Black graded trail. The finish arena is identified by the NDH timing trailer. Riders are advised to wear suitable protection, walk the course prior to riding and ride within their own ability level.
Nearest Hospital: Hexham
Nearest Police Station: Bellingham
Race Director: Carl Davison Race Web Site: www.northerndownhill.co.uk
2017 Race Schedule:
Cource open for foot inspection at 9am Sign on opens at 9am Marshals meeting 9.15 Practise opens at 10 Practise closes at 12.30 Race runs commence 13.00 through until 16.00. Podiums 16.15 All times are estimated and subject to change depending on conditions and rider numbers
Racer numbers will be available at the race NDH timing trailer and is where all riders must sign on.
Riders will be given one number board for each day. Rider Registration is open:
Ripper 10-12 years of age Juvenile 13-14 years of age. Youth 15-16 yers of age. Veteran 40-49 years of age. Master 30-39 years of age. Women 13 and over. Junior 17-18 years of age. Senior 19-29 years of age.
Race Regulations: The event will run under BC Regulations and Penalties. Please make sure you aware of the rules.
NDH rules incorporate those laid out in the current BC handbook of 2017.
Riders will start from a designated start area and will cross a timing transmitter to start the timing. The finish line will use another transmitter the rider crossing the line. A large T.V screen will show the results live at the finish line and live on the Internet at the same time
Medical: Full medical cover both on course (In a 4x4 vehicle) and from an identifiable Base Station in the event arena. A medical team will be onsite..
Camping: No Camping is available onsite.
Catering: Catering Trailer
Toilets: at Kielder Castle Refunds and Transfers: If you wish to cancel a booking please note the following cancellation conditions:
14 days or less notice: no refund.
NDH Events reserves the right to modify or cancel any event if circumstances beyond the control of the organiser should arise. This includes cancellation of event due to extreme weather, actscts of God, violence, civil disobedience and war. If an NDH event is cancelled we will not be liable for costs of travel fares, hotels, or any other expenses that may be incurred. It is your responsibility to ensure the race is going ahead before travelling. We will do our best to inform you if the race has to be cancelled but we do not accept liability if we are unable to contact you. We strongly advise that you check before making travel and accommodation arrangements.
If the event is cancelled we are unable to refund or part refund any entry fee. We are also unable to transfer your entry to another event.
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British Cycling Commissaires: tbc
Course Marshals: Marshals will be in place on course Sunday throughout training. Each marshal will be easily identifiable by wearing a high visibility vest and will be supplied with a working two way radio, a whistle, red and yellow flag and a supply of refreshments. We aim to ensure all our marshals are aged 16 or over and fit and able.