Round three of the British Cycling MTB Four Cross Series heads to Redhill, Gloucestershire this weekend.
A cornerstone of the series this fast, flowing track is always a favourite for riders and spectators. With fun, flowing jumps, high berms and split lines on the track, racing is always amazing and on Sunday 14 June Britain's finest four cross riders will once again take on this track.
Set on a hillside overlooking the river Severn, Redhill has a fantastic scene with local riders helping to manicure the track year round to provide a four cross facility that is loved by all.
Lewis Lacey will be racing and is coming off a career best result at last weekend’s Four Cross ProTour in Fort William where he finished third. After taking the win at Afan at round two of the British series, Lewis will certainly be the favourite at Redhill.
Rivals Duncan Ferris, Dave Richardson, Luke Cryer and Martin Ogden are all in fine form right now and they will also be battling for the win.
In the women's, Natasha Bradley, fresh from her win in Fort William will be looking to add a British four cross win to her titles. Liz Fowler, Heather Kay and Clare Curtis are all in form and will be looking to add vital points to their overall title aspirations.
Add into the mix the young guns Tyde D'Souza and Megan Wherry and the women's racing will once again be a highlight of the days racing.