British Mountain Bike Championships 2011
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Britain's biggest domestic mountain bike races of the year, the British Mountain Bike Championships visit Richmond for cross country, Llangollen for downhill and Harthill for fourcross - British Cycling will be reporting live from all three events.
Liam Killeen and Annie Last are the 2011 British XC Champions. We've got a complete report, first results and photos.
Luke Limbrick and Katy Curd ar the 2011 British Fourcross Champions. We've got the first reports.
Ruaridh Cunningham and Tracy Moseley are the new 2011 British Downhill Champions, crowned at Llangollen.
PREVIEWS AND PRE-RACE INFO
Cross Country Preview
Over the weekend of 16-17 July hundreds of the UK's mountain bike Cross-Country competitors head to North Yorkshire to do battle in this year's British Mountain Bike Championships. With 17 titles up for grabs, we can expect some outstanding racing as competitors from all four corners of the UK vie for the right to wear those all important national colours, proving they are the country's best.
The biggest prize in domestic cycling, the British Championships affords the winner the right to wear a red, white and blue jersey worldwide for a year and in 2011 the fourcross mountain bike competition takes place on July 17 in Harthill, Cheshire.
The biggest prize in domestic cycling, the British Championships affords the winner the right to wear a red, white and blue jersey worldwide for a year and in 2011 the fourcross mountain bike competition takes place on July 24 in Llangollen.
Ever wondered what the British Mountain Bike Championships looked like when men were men and bikes had no suspension? We've been digging through the archives to find some amazing videos thanks to Youtube including footage from the first ever British Mountain Bike Championships held in 1989 in Aviemore, the 1993 and 1995 competitions and results from the past two decades.