2022

Cross-country

Kicking off in April at Parkwood Outdoor Centre in Tong, the cross-country series will then head north to Newcastleton and Drumlanrig Castle for rounds two and three, and Cannock Chase makes a welcome return to the schedule for round four.

The series concludes at Woody’s Bike Park in Fowey, which successfully hosted its debut national series event in 2021, and we are pleased to announce that next year’s event has been awarded UCI C1 classification.

A favourite of the Scottish MTB scene, Glentress will host the 2022 national championships, having last hosted a round of the national series in 2019.

Cross-Country ‘XCO’ races are held over multiple laps of an undulating circuit and have evolved massively in recent years: Races are shorter and more intense, with power and technical skill now as important as fitness to be successful. Over the course of the series you should expect everything from blazing fast descents and elevated boardwalk, to technical singletrack and lung searing climbs, giving everyone the chance to shine. While XCO races are ‘mass start’, each category has it’s own start, with gridding based on series standings. More info can be found HERE

2021 – Series Results

What a brilliant season for both of our SRC representatives having a really good season, over really long and demanding courses, spread across the UK, which tested both their physical and technical prowess. Well done to the both of you.

Juvenile Female
Evie – 3rd
Mazie – 5th

2021 – National MTB XC Final Series Standing

2021

The National Mtb Series comprises 5 rounds in 2021, spanning the whole of the United Kingdom.

The series opener takes place at Woody’s Bike Park in Fowey on the 5th-6th June.

Round 2 takes place at Sunnybank Farm in Monmouth on the 3rd-4th July.

Round 3 takes place at Gaddens Close Farm, Ringwood in the New Forrest on the 14th-15th August.

Round 4 takes place at Rock UK Whithaugh Park, Newcastleton on the 4th-5th September.

The series finale takes place in our very own Tackaroo in Cannock Chase on the 11th-12th September.

Cross-Country ‘XCO’ races are held over multiple laps of an undulating circuit and have evolved massively in recent years: Races are shorter and more intense, with power and technical skill now as important as fitness to be successful. Over the course of the series you should expect everything from blazing fast descents and elevated boardwalk, to technical singletrack and lung searing climbs, giving everyone the chance to shine. While XCO races are ‘mass start’, each category has it’s own start, with gridding based on series standings. More info can be found HERE