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Whiteway Barton added to the 2024 Calendar

We are pleased to announce Whiteway Barton has been added to the Club Summer Championship on August 24th & 25th. Following the unfortunate cancellation of North Nibley this month, Whiteway Barton will now be round 6 of the Summer Club Championship.

RoundDateVenue
Round 1 – Summer Championship31st MarchOakhanger
Round 2 – Summer Championship12th MayWalterstone
Round 3 – Summer Championship2nd JuneLittle Silver
Round 4 – Summer Championship21st JulyBromyard
Round 5 – Summer Championship10th & 11th AugustPenybont
Round 6 – Summer Championship24th & 25th AugustWhiteway Barton
Round 7 – Summer Championship15th SeptemberBromsberrow
Round 8 – Summer Championship29th SeptemberTBC

DP Brakes Sponsor Summer Championship

With one round of the Summer Championship underway we are pleased to confirm DP Brakes have come onboard as sponsors of the Championship with the top three riders per round in each group receiving a DP Brakes voucher.

PositionVoucher Amount
1st£20.00
2nd£10.00
3rd£5.00

Make sure you head over to the DP Brakes Website to find out more about their products – DP Brakes | Worldwide Supplier of Market-Leading Brakes & Clutches (dp-brakes.com)

About DP Brakes

DP was born out of Dunlop’s need to raise capital through sell-offs in the late 1970s. It was among the pioneering British firms responding to the economic circumstances they found themselves in by closing or selling off divisions in order to survive.

To this day sintered metal still provides state-of-the-art braking performance. The world’s major motorcycle manufacturers have recognized the benefits of sintered metal. Today, over 95% of motorcycles produced are fitted with sintered metal brake pads as original equipment.

When the brand was first bought from Dunlop Holdings in the 1980’s, the company focused on sales and marketing, rebuilding a new distribution network featuring businesses from within the motorcycle industry rather than Dunlop worldwide subsidiaries, and on new product R&D.

The team includes another former Dunlop man, Frank Edwards, as Technical Director. Edwards boasts nearly 40 years in braking development work, and between them, they have done much to further mature the technology of metal compound friction material applications for motorcycle disc brakes in the course of the last twenty years

Is your ACU licence valid?

The ACU put together the below information on making sure your ACU licence is valid to go racing.

We are aware that riders have renewed Membership with the ACU and made a payment but may not have completed other parts of the application to validate the competition licence for 2024, or riders have renewed the membership but not selected the correct membership type to activate there ACU licence.

If your profile page says Membership Details & Payment current and ACU Competitor licence category current, then you have a valid licence for 2024.

If on your profile any of the headings say action required, then your licence application is not complete, and you need to take action to complete this before you enter an event.

Please see below information to help you complete this.

From the example above, if you click on the edit button against Motocross & Beachcross Adult MX (action Required) it will bring up a screen telling you what action you need to take to get a valid licence.

If you click on the blue text “A Valid Membership & Payment” it will take you to this screen

Although this says member details current, you have not selected the correct type of membership for a ACU Competitor licence, this one show no annual payment for a competitor licence it needs to show Competitor all disciplines or Competitor Under 12 depending on the age of the rider.

To change this and make a payment for your 2024 ACU licence, click the green current button, then you get a screen like the one below.  Click the blue change membership type button

Then the next screen will be:

Click the drop-down arrow and select either competitor all disciplines if it for a rider over 12 years of age or Competitor 12 and under.  Then click the blue add + checkout button to make you payment.

If you click on the blue text for action required under any headings it will take you to the section that needs action, from above, click member photograph, it will take you to this screen

Click the blue + Add personal Document, select member photo and add, you can then upload your photograph.

To action and add club membership follow the option in the blue box below to either add membership details if you already have valid club membership or paragraph two in the blue box to purchase club membership.

If your action required show blue text “A valid Medical Questionnaire, click the blue text

It will take you to this screen, click the blue +add medical documentation button

You will then get this screen,  select Medical Questionnaire +Add button, then complete the medical questions and press the blue + add at the end.

Entries now open for Oakhanger

We are pleased to confirm entries are now open for Oakhanger on Sunday 31st March.

Check out the classes and current entry fees below

ClassMember FeeNon Member Fee
Auto£35£40
65cc£40£45
Small Wheel 85cc£45£50
Big Wheel 85cc£45£50
Youth Open (125cc & 250cc)£45£50
Adult A£45£50
Adult B£45£50
Adult C£45£50
Vets Over 40£45£50
Tri Service Championship (Army, Navy and RAF)£45N/A

We run under the ACU so if you don’t hold a valid ACU licence you can purchase a day licence for £15. We also have a very limited number of transponders available to hire for £15.

Please note late entry fees will come into effect from Sunday 24th March.