MK BMX May Day Open

BMX , Milton Keynes – Monday, 01 May 2017

Event Summary

Event Overview

Join us for the MK ‘May Day Open’ on Bank Holiday Monday for the first EVER race to be held on our new track.  Be part of HISTORY by riding the first major upgrade in the track’s 33 year history!

The MK ‘May Day Open’ is OPEN TO ALL riders regardless of their club or region and there are trophies for the top 3 in each class on the day.

We hope you'll come early to experience the festival atmosphere provided by National BMX Series commentator Scott Dick as he calls the racing and introduces the Freestyle demo from StayStrong professional rider Joe Baddeley. 

Double Olympic finalist and triple world BMX Champion Shanaze Reade will be running a coaching clinic before officially opening the new track and staring the first race.

They'll be free to enter events alongside the racing including, Bunny Hop, Limbo and 'Squirt of Dirt' competitions all supported by our club sponsor DC Cycles.

For the younger members of the family (2-5) there'll be balance bike racing on our new purpose built Strider track.

The Open race is also round 1 of the club's summer series and riders competing in 4 of 6 rounds will qualify for a series trophy presented at the club championships September 2nd.

Event Details

Event URN:

411596

Start Date:

Mon, 1st May 2017

Event Type:

BMX (Competitive)

Venue:

Milton Keynes BMX Track, Pinewood, Off Tongwell Street, Milton Keynes, MK15 9LN

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Event promoted by:

Milton Keynes BMX Racing Club (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

  • Strider Racing 10.30am

  • Shanaze Reade Coaching Clinic 11-1pm

  • BMX Registration open 10-12pm

  • JB Extreme Freestyle Demo - 1pm

  • Practice starts at 1.30pm-2.15pm

  • Racing starts at 2.30pm  

  • Trophies for the top 3 in each category on the day at MK Open

  • Riders competing in 4 of 6 rounds will qualify for a series trophy

  • 4 of 6 rounds to count

  • Car parking £3

The Races

BMX Racing all categories - 16 and under Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£10.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Open Cruiser Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None
Open Female Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None
Open Male Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None

Event Summary

Event Overview

Join us for the MK ‘May Day Open’ on Bank Holiday Monday for the first EVER race to be held on our new track.  Be part of HISTORY by riding the first major upgrade in the track’s 33 year history!

The MK ‘May Day Open’ is OPEN TO ALL riders regardless of their club or region and there are trophies for the top 3 in each class on the day.

We hope you'll come early to experience the festival atmosphere provided by National BMX Series commentator Scott Dick as he calls the racing and introduces the Freestyle demo from StayStrong professional rider Joe Baddeley. 

Double Olympic finalist and triple world BMX Champion Shanaze Reade will be running a coaching clinic before officially opening the new track and staring the first race.

They'll be free to enter events alongside the racing including, Bunny Hop, Limbo and 'Squirt of Dirt' competitions all supported by our club sponsor DC Cycles.

For the younger members of the family (2-5) there'll be balance bike racing on our new purpose built Strider track.

The Open race is also round 1 of the club's summer series and riders competing in 4 of 6 rounds will qualify for a series trophy presented at the club championships September 2nd.

Event Details

Event URN:

411596

Start Date:

Mon, 1st May 2017

Event Type:

BMX (Competitive)

Venue:

Milton Keynes BMX Track, Pinewood, Off Tongwell Street, Milton Keynes, MK15 9LN

View map

Event promoted by:

Milton Keynes BMX Racing Club (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

  • Strider Racing 10.30am

  • Shanaze Reade Coaching Clinic 11-1pm

  • BMX Registration open 10-12pm

  • JB Extreme Freestyle Demo - 1pm

  • Practice starts at 1.30pm-2.15pm

  • Racing starts at 2.30pm  

  • Trophies for the top 3 in each category on the day at MK Open

  • Riders competing in 4 of 6 rounds will qualify for a series trophy

  • 4 of 6 rounds to count

  • Car parking £3

The Races

BMX Racing all categories - 16 and under Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£10.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Open Cruiser Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None
Open Female Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None
Open Male Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Mon 01/05/17 09:30 Non-Ranking None ---
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Mon 01/05/17 – 09:30
Non-Ranking, None

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