MTBO at Bowden Housteads
Sat 17th Nov 2012 Start Times 11:00 - 12:30
Results available at the BMBO site - see the link above
Bowden Housteads (Sheffield) MTBO
Final MTBO League event 2012
Organised By BMBO
Saturday 17th November
Directions; 2 miles E of Sheffield city centre. 5 mins from junction 33 M1. Exact location of parking is TBC. There will be no toilets.
Terrain; A new MTBO area. Mixed woodland with little elevation but with lots of fast riding tracks. There are some areas of open land adding some interest. Should test the best and great introduction for others.
Map; 1:6000 MTBO map (A4 size)
- A - approx 50 mins. M20, M21 (Open men), M40.
- B – approx 50 mins. M/W18, M50, W20, W21 (Open Women), W40,
- C – approx 45 mins. W60, Youth
- D – 60 mins novice score.
Sport Ident will be used. Dibbers can be hired. Results will be available and posted on the www.bmbo.org.uk website as soon as possible.
Registration; 10.30- 11.15am
Start times; 11.00 – 12.30pm
Courses close; 2.00pm
Fees; Pre-entries - Full members £12 seniors/ £4 juniors. Add £2 SI hire. Add £2 associate member. Enter via www.bmbo.org.uk
Closing date/EOD; Wednesday 14th November 2012. Limited EOD, £2 surcharge.
Runnable deciduous woodland and a variety of open and semi-open areas. Several stream valleys provide contour detail. It is split into three parts by the Sheffield Parkway and A57, but footbridges mean this doesn't have a negative impact on course planning. Map resurveyed and updated to ISOM 2017-2 by Ian Cooper in 2019.More details about Bowden Housteads...
Safety & risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.
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