ZEP Racing Programs 2018

ZEP Racing Programs 2018

ZEP Racing

ZEP RACING
2018 RACE PROGRAMS
Zemery Foster – B.C. Cup Overall Winner – Jr. Sport. Photo by Rob McNicol

After 10 years of coaching riders and training instructors in Whistler, B.C., 2017 saw ZEP MTB Campsestablish its first race team. ZEP Racing has just completed its inaugural season on the BC Downhill series. Lead by Head Coach Rhys Ellis, the team made its presence known in the downhill community. With constant laughs and banter from the pits, paired with a consistent podium presence the first season was one to remember.

“I think we have made our mark on the BC Cup series as a fun and focused team in 2017. The goal for 2018 is to build on that success by continuing to add motivated riders to our teams, focus on the process of improvement and have a ton of fun while we do it.” – Rhys Ellis, ZEP Race Team Head Coach

ZEP Racing is now looking for new recruits for the 2018 season.The goal of ZEP Racing is to create an environment where riders can thrive through camaraderie, hard work and ultimately, a lot of fun. If you are a rider committed to developing your racing and would like to do so in a positive fun environment this could be the place for you.

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Dakota Boyer – In the Zone. Photo by Kaz Yamamura

ZEP offers two different training programs for athletes looking to join the ZEP Race Team, the Performance program and the Development program. Each program is designed for athletes looking to join a fun, yet hardworking and professional, downhill race team.

Performace Program

The Performance Program is for an athlete who has experienced racing the B.C. Cups and wants to take their skills and progression to the next level. This program is a season-long commitment and is a great opportunity to build friendships and camaraderie with a tight-knit team of riders. The team will meet for three spring training camps and 9 riding days to focus on technical and tactical development, leading up to the race season.

The Performance Program also includes on track coaching and pit support at all B.C. Cup races, Crankworx. The coaching shifts from technical development in the pre-season to technical application, tactical development and psychological coaching in race season.

Three Spring Training Camps and Ride Days:

Sunshine Coast Spring Break Camp
Whistler Bike Park Opening Weekend Camp
North Shore Camp
Ride Days throughout May and June

Races:

Port Angeles NW Cup
B.C. Cup Series
National Championships & select Canada Cup events
Crankworx

Includes:

• Total of 48 coaching sessions
• Nutrition and Sport Psychology Sessions – Nutrition and Sport Psychology will be continually integrated into the day-to-day team activities.
• Team race kit
• Pro deals available on ZEP Brand Partners
• Pit support at B.C. Cup race series

July 16th Panorama July 23rd KHMR Sept 3rd Big White Sept 17th Steve Smith Memorial BC Cup Finals at Mount Washington

Rhys Ellis – ZEP Racing Head Coach – 10th National Championships. Photo by Kaz Yamamura

Development Program

The Development Program is for riders who have tried a few downhill races and would like to get more involved in racing. This is a great option for someone looking to increase their skills on the bike and develop their abilities as a racer but is not quite ready or able to commit to a full season. In the pre-season, the team will meet for one spring training camp and ride days leading up to the race season. These sessions focus on technical skill development to prepare for the season.

The Development Program includes on track coaching and pit support at four B.C. Cup races and Crankworx. This phase of coaching focuses on technical application, tactical development and psychological coaching in the race season.

Two Spring Training Camps:

Sunshine Coast Spring Break Camp: 3 days pedal – 2 days CGP
Whistler Bike Park Opening Weekend Camp: 3 days Whistler Bike Park

Races:

4 B.C. Cup Series Races

Includes:

• 20 coaching sessions
• Nutrition and Sport Psychology Sessions – Nutrition and Sport Psychology will be continually integrated into the day-to-day team activities.
•Pro deal ZEP Brand Partners

July 16th Panorama July 23rd KHMR Sept 3rd Big White Sept 17th Steve Smith Memorial BC Cup Finals at Mount Washington

Stephanie Denroche – B.C. Cup 2nd Overall Pro Women. Photo by Rob McNicol

Junior Race Team

This program is for the young shredders, ages 10-12, looking to join their first, fun, mountain bike race team. The goal for this team is to have fun while building the skills of these youngsters, to develop safer, happier, stronger riders.

The ZEP Junior Race Team will work with the same coach Wednesdays and Saturdays, throughout the bike park season. This allows the coach to get to know your athlete and develop those advanced skills that require more time and practice. They will combine bike park sessions and trail ride sessions to work on all aspects of mountain biking, to develop a well-rounded rider and foster passion for all aspects of the sport.

ZEP Coaches always maximize lessons for safety, risk management and skill progression, so your little tykes can build the skills without the spills! This program also includes race-coaching and support at select Kidsworx and Phat Kidz races,

Dates: May 19th – September 1st, 2018.

Includes:

• ZEP Junior Race Team Jersey
• 30 sessions
• High fives and fun times
• Kidsworx & Phat Kids Race Support
• Progress Reports Mid & End Of Season

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Rhys is 100% hands-on, training and competing with the athletes, guiding them through every track walk, practice lap and race run! Photo by Kaz Yamamura

In addition to our Race Team Programs, ZEP is offering Junior Race Camps and Private Coaching for riders wanting to learn more about racing or simply wanting to push their skills further. To apply for a place on the team or for more information, please visit us at www.zepracing.com or email [email protected]

Sponsors:

Transition Bikes
ANVL Components
Troy Lee Designs
Evolution Whistler


MENTIONS: @zeptechniques

Mac Ride Releases Child Seat to Get Families Mountain Biking

Mac Ride Releases Child Seat to Get Families Mountain Biking

  Matt Hunter and his son Robbie enjoying some laps on the pumptrack at the Bike Ranch in Kamloops.
Mac Ride is a child-seat system that allows children to experience off-road riding at a younger age while developing skills that they will be able to transfer to their own bikes. Mounted to the steerer and seat post and running along the top tube, it places your child in front of you and allows them to place their hands directly on the handlebars. The stirrups give them the experience of pedals and allow them to stand up over bumps. “With Mac Ride, as it’s built for off-road use, we can head out on more adventurous outings with single track trails and swooshy berms, which keeps the cycling more interesting for our eldest, Savannah,” explains Mac Ride Co-Creator, Ashley Howard. “When our son, Mackinley, was 3 and started enjoying cruising trails on his run bike, we would take both his run bike and Mac Ride with us. It meant that we could stay out all day, swapping between the two – Mac Riding up the hills, and cruising down them as a family.” This innovative product is a fun new way to get the whole family out on the trails sooner!
Glen Dobson – father, mountain biker, and engineer – designed Mac Ride when he couldn’t find a viable solution that would allow him to take his young son out on the trails. He and Ashley quickly realized that while there were plenty of child bike seats on the market, there wasn’t a product that met their specific needs. The existing models offered bulky, hard plastic, molded seats that transferred the bumps from the trail to the child, harnesses that keep the child strapped to the bike even in the event of a fall, and hard plastic or steel foot protectors that prevent the child from standing up in anticipation of rougher terrain. The biggest deterrent they found with conventional rear-mounted child bike seats is that the child will often lean out causing balance issues and the rider had to take their eyes off the trail or road to check on them. When Glen and Ashley researched other front mounted seats they found they were all quickly outgrown and for much younger children than their kids at the time.
bigquotes We saw a lot of great things in a variety of bike seats, but couldn’t find a solution that met all of our needs. I got to work pulling together all of the best bits and landed on Mac Ride – a lean design that is more engaging for the child is easy to take on and off and is compatible with almost any bike. Glen Dobson, Mac Ride Co-Creator
bigquotes Mac Ride has really expanded the range of our rides. Now we have an option to all ride together, far beyond when a child’s legs run out of pedaling power. Matt Hunter

Understanding what they didn’t want was the first step for Glen in creating Mac Ride. It was important to put the child in front to give them the same view of the trail as the rider and allow them to chat and interact. From there he positioned them with their hands on the handlebars to feel the steering and to balance themselves and added the stirrups to allow them to stand up and lean in the corners. The seat is a non-slip silicon design similar to a horse saddle that uses a pommel for comfort and security going both up and downhill. The seat is designed to support kids from ages 2 to 5 and with the lack of bulkiness, it provides a richer, closer interaction between the rider and passenger. It also takes advantage of the bike’s existing suspension and allows for a more comfortable ride. Lastly, Mac Ride positions the child on the bike without seat belts or straps, allowing them to find their own balance within the safety of their parents’ protective arms, if a fall occurred, the child would come away from the bike with the rider, rather than being strapped to the bike.

bigquotes Robbie loves it. He is always asking me to find little jumps and corners to hit. I think it helps him to see what he can do when he’s on his own bike too.Matt Hunter

The attention to detail for safety, usability, and longevity of Mac Ride are the result of many years in the testing and designing phase. Mac Ride is built with forged aircraft grade aluminum making is lightweight but also strong and stiff. The seat uses high-quality silicon rubber for comfort – and durability. The unique mounting system replaces a spacer on your steerer tube with a custom one that allows Mac Ride front clamp to attach around it. The rear clamp uses a quick release bolt to tighten it around your seat post – this is compatible with dropper posts as well. The headset spacer is the only item that is left on your bike when the seat is removed, meaning that it can quickly be taken on and off your bike between solo rides and family rides or swapped between bikes – it takes less than 1 minute to put it on or take it off a bike. With a variety of front mount spacers available Mac Ride fits a wide range of bikes from old commuters to the newest carbon mountain bikes. It is important to note that there is no damage to or adverse effects on the bike frame; the weight of the child mimics that of the rider and is evenly distributed on two very strong points that are intended for heavy loads. Not only does this make the seat safe for even carbon frames, but also easier to maneuver than other similar child seats on the market.

bigquotes Mac Ride has enabled us to ride as a family, first and foremost, so that’s an easy win. Being able to take Myla places, with her bike strapped onto our backpacks, while using Mac Ride allows her to ride around lakes, past waterfalls, and old growth trees on her own and ride in places that are just too far for her to get to under her own power. She can feel the air in her hair, see the cool trees, and beautiful forest. She can experience the flow of trails and travel at speeds not available to her – within reason, obviously – with her limited ability, fitness, and experience at age 6. These moments are priceless and give her a real feel for why we, her parents, love mountain biking so much. The impact it has had on our family is incredible. Instead of doing the typical taking turns as parents, or not covering very much terrain, we get the keys to the castle so to speak, to be able to truly ride as a family. The positive impacts of this are invaluable and truly priceless!Darren Butler
Trying out the Mac Ride
Trying out the Mac Ride
Trying out the Mac Ride
  Myla, shown here with her dad three years ago, still enjoys using Mac Ride with her family.
Designed to adapt four different ways, Mac Ride easily grows with your child. The seat position can be moved forward and back, while the stirrups and foot strap length can be adjusted. Most importantly to your child’s comfort is that the stirrups can be pivoted both back and forth as well as up and down to allow for the best positioning.
bigquotes With Mac Ride, we could plan cycling trips again. We really wanted a child bike seat we could travel easily with so we could keep up with our active holidays. Mac Ride is simple to fold up and pop in your carry-on luggage – and is lightweight. Glen Dobson, Mac Ride Co-Creator

Mac Ride has been tested to the highest standards – the equivalent of thousands of hours of use – in an independent SGS testing lab. As Mac Ride was designed with Glen and Ashley’s own children in mind, safety was at the forefront of their design and testing. Currently, there is no safety certification for front-mounted child bike seats, but the seat does conform, with the exception of not having a strap, to an EU safety standard for child bike seats (EN 14344).

At the end of the day, Mac Ride’s most proven quality is that the kids who use it, have fun! “Our kids love it,” says Glen. “Now that our son is on a pedal bike, we explain to him where we’re going and offer him a choice of transport: his bike, a trailer bike, or Mac Ride. He’s able to gauge the distance, how his legs are feeling, and whether he’s craving that bonding time up front on Mac Ride before letting us know how he’s going to travel. His favorite time for Mac Riding right now is after school. I think he’s pretty knacked by 3 o’clock and loves to chill with me up front and chat about his day. Which is great for me too!”

For more information about Mac Ride, check out their website! 


Mentions: @endlessbiking @Mac-Ride

Reynolds Announces ‘Trail Rated’ Carbon Wheels

Reynolds Announces ‘Trail Rated’ Carbon Wheels

The newly released TR S carbon rim wheels from Reynolds combine the flawless ride quality they’re known for and the durability you’ve come to expect. No matter your budget, wheels will still be the most important upgrade you make to your bike.

Reynolds ambassador Eric Porter and product manager Todd Tanner spent time ride testing the new TR S wheels on their home trails in Utah. Porter has earnest ted a reputation for himself as a mountain biker for a number of years and is a rider most will recognize, but Tanner will likely slip under the radar of the younger crowd.

Tanner is a former downhill racer from the early years of the World Cup circuit, and it shows. He definitely knows how to handle a bike, and moreover knows how they should perform. Now he puts his years of race driven product testing experience to good use refining the ride feel and overall ride performance of Reynolds mountain wheels, including the new TR S wheels.

The TR S rims provide excellent tire fitment and traction with dimension ideally suited to modern trail tires.

The asymmetric carbon rims even out spoke tension for a more durable and predictable ride. The 30mm internal rim width provides excellent tire fit and provides additional air volume for superior ride quality and traction.

TR S Wheels are available in a variety of colors and come with a 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee and lifetime warranty.

The TR 309 S is the 29er version and the TR 307 S is the 27.5 version. Both are offered in a range of colors to match your bike and come with both a 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee and a lifetime warranty.

Other features include Reynolds’ new TR6 100% CNC’d center lock disc mountain hub with 6-pawl construction and 5 degree engagement. Both versions are laced with 28 straight-pull spokes front and rear lending to the wheels’ quick acceleration and snap out of corners. The TR 309 S weighs in at 1635 grams while the TR 307 S tips the scales at just 1560 grams.

For more information, visit the Reynolds website.

 

Mercedes-Benz Signs on as Title Sponsor of the UCI World Cup

Mercedes-Benz Signs on as Title Sponsor of the UCI World Cup

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and Mercedes-Benz Vans are delighted to announce a partnership, which will see the German manufacturer become the top-tier partner of the Mountain Bike discipline.

For three years, beginning in 2018, Mercedes-Benz will be presenting sponsor of the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships and title sponsor of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.

In addition, the German brand will work alongside the organisers of every UCI World Championships and every round of the UCI World Cup series by providing a fleet of the latest additions to its range of X-Class pickups to help with the course preparation, as well as V-Class MPVs (multi-purpose vehicles) to provide shuttle services.

bigquotes This partnership provides an excellent opportunity for us to accelerate the development of Mountain Bike, one of our flagship disciplines. Our events will benefit from the brand’s global reputation and knowledge. That a manufacturer of the calibre of Mercedes-Benz has chosen to invest in cycling is evidence that our sport is attractive to major economic players, who select our events to launch their new products. We are delighted with the trust shown by Mercedes-Benz in our Federation, our discipline, and our major events.UCI President David Lappartient
In order to support the global launch of the X-Class, Mercedes-Benz Vans had been looking to increase its presence within outdoor sports and in particular within Mountain Bike, which has a very active community and competitions held all across the world.

This partnership with the Stuttgart-based manufacturer provides further confirmation of the gr a owing interest in cycling amongst major brands and media partners. Following the Swiss watchmaker Tissot, (subsidiary of Swatch Group) with track cycling, and the media group Telenet (a subsidiary of the American Liberty Global group) with cyclo-cross, Mercedes-Benz Vans becomes the third title sponsor of a UCI World Cup.

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Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

Why we called this product – Eighty8?

You may be confused at the first time, but the explanation is simple. From the beginning of Shovel story, we are trying to produce high-end and lightweight products at the same time. First Eighty8 was also lightweight chain guide with only 88 grams of weight. The official name comes from that time, but the main difference today is that Eighty8 is only 70 grams, because we improved Eighty8 up to the highest level of chain guides.

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

There are many questions, how Shovel can produce products with that quality level and ultra lightweight at the same time? The answer is not simple, but we will try to explain the production process, design, materials and the philosophy of Shovel. Optimal design, and high-end materials, such as aluminium 7075-T651, Ti (Grade V) bolts, weight, tough plastics make this Eighty8 chain guide one of the best and most reliable products on the market.

With aluminum and titanium, important parts of finish product are top guide and taco. Taco and top guide are made of durable-polyamid plastics. The top guide is specially designed to be tough, but also lightweight and small in proportions, and absorbs all kind of abuse from chain exceptionally well.

Materials

Shovel Eighty8 chain guide made from just best and finest materials, like all others Shovel components. Backplate is made from indestructible Aluminum 7075-T651, with 4mm thickness.

Titanium Grade 5 bolts are used for connections between backplate, taco, top guide and mount process and they are playing a big role in whole Shovel story. Titanium bolts are corrosion resistant, participate in quality and philosophy of light-weight products at the end.

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

 

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

Production process

Each step of the production process is made in-house.

Shovel CNC manufacturing is based on our personal programming skills in CAD Solidworks. The preliminary process, from purchasing materials, design, software programming, CNC manufacturing and almost the whole product treatment is happening in Shovel Components factory. When a CNC system is activated, the desired cuts are programmed into the software and dictated to corresponding tools and machinery, which carry out the dimensional tasks as specified. In Shovel factory, we push our machines to finish the hardest of tasks, to make all of our products look and feel perfect, straight from the machine.

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

The last stage of the production process is anodizing. Anodizing is nothing less important process. The main point of Shovel Components anodizing process is the highest quality of aluminum surface, strong thickness and durable color, and this is only possible with hard anodizing,(type II). Customers satisfaction is always on top of our priorities as Shovel Components are made by riders, for riders, and there must not be compromises. That’s the reason why you can find so many product colors in our shop: black, red, blue, green and titanium.

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide

Eighty8 chain guides are the result of smart and efficient design, and as such, from weight, materials, mounting time, toughness, this is the best enduro chain guide on the market.

Why to choose Eighty8 ?

We hope that you convinced yourself that we are talking about a high-end product with excellent performance at the sane price, which makes it the BEST enduro chain guide on the market.

At the end of this review, we want to repeat the benefits and reasons why to choose Shovel Eighty8 chain guide.

– Complete in-house production
– Made of high-end materials: Aluminum 7075-T651, titanium and tough plastics
– Reverse C design
– Easy mount system
– Available in several colors
– Light-weight product with 70 grams
– Compatible with oval chainrings
– Sliding top guide
– Designed to shred

Thank you for your time and keep on shredding!

Shovel Eighty8 Chain Guide
2018 BC Bike Ride: Registration Opens at 9am Today

2018 BC Bike Ride: Registration Opens at 9am Today

BC Bike Ride
Registration for the 2018 BC Bike Ride North opens today at 9am – there are only 50 seats available for this unique mountain bike vacation that will take place August 4 – 12, 2018. Visit www.bcbikeride.com for more information and to sign up!

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Introducing the 2018 Bird Zero AM

Introducing the 2018 Bird Zero AM

Bird Zero AM

BIRD ZERO AM
Built for the mountains

Today Bird launches the new 2018 Boost AM. 

The direct descendent of the bike that started Bird is back and better than ever. Revised geometry and new CNC detailing makes the definitive aluminium hardcore hardtail tougher than ever.

Bird Zero AM
 The original acid yellow and hot pink AM. Also available in stealth black, and joined by the new atomic yellow and orange colour scheme
Features of the new 2018 Zero AM Boost:

• Still running either 150mm or 160mm front suspension for maximum trail hooliganism.
• Now updated to run a boost 148×12 rear wheel to increase tyre clearance
• Roomier ETT & reach sizing to match the Aeris range – 630mm ETT on the ML size with 451mm reach
• Still sporting super short chainstays for a playful ride
• Slacker head angle – 64.1 degrees static with a 160mm fork gives a confident ride in all terrain
• 27.5? x 2.8? tyre clearance
• One piece machined brake mount and dropout assembly for maximum precision and minimum squeal
• ISCG05 chain guide mount with boost/non-boost adaptor
• We’re sticking with external cable routing for easy maintenance, continuous outer gear cables for maximum cable longevity and a BSA threaded 73mm bottom bracket
• Stealth dropper seat post routing
• Tubeless set up out of the box

Bird Zero AM
Bird Zero AM
Bird Zero AM
Acid yellow and Atomic Blue Zero AM

Build Options

With full customisation, you can get the right bike at the right price. Choose from:

• Rockshox Revelation, Yari, Pike and Lyrik forks
• SRAM NX, GX Eagle, X01 and XX1 or Shimano Deore, SLX and XT drive options
• Wheels by DT Swiss and Hope
• A range of finishing parts from RaceFace, Hope and Bird

Pricing

Custom Builds start from £1374:

• Bird Zero AM Frame in a choice of colours
• DT Swiss M1900 wheels (30mm Internal)
• 2018 RockShox Revelation RC fork
• SRAM 11 speed NX Groupset
• SRAM Level T brakes
• RaceFace Ride seat post, bars and stem & Half Nelson Grips
• Fabric Scoop Saddle
• Cane Creek 40 headset
• Choice of Maxxis Tyres, shipped tubeless set up

Bird Zero AM
Bird Zero AM
Our Thoughts:

“With the Zero AM boost update we’ve brought in additional quality and refinements to the already popular design, without compromising it. The new boost spacing and revised geo brings it up to date with our Aeris full suspension bikes but doesn’t loose any of the easy to live with, great to ride characteristics of the original.

I think for sometime its been our signature hardtail, racking up multiple wins and series victories in enduro races across the UK. We’d even go as far as to say it’s possibly the winning-est enduro hard tail the UK ever has seen. Fans of the original will be happy to see the lineage continue, only even better. Dave liked the 2nd generation prototype of this new version so much he’s kept it as his own and has been riding it round our local trails for months. So much for keeping things under wraps!”

Questions?

Please email [email protected] or call 0118 996 0382 if you have any questions.

Bird Zero AM
Bird Zero AM

MENTIONS: @BirdBikes

The Inside Line on Les Arcs

The Inside Line on Les Arcs

Photo Anthony Pease

Looking for an alpine biking holiday next summer? We have most excellent news for you!

Following the demise of one of the biggest MTB holiday providers in the area last year, the options for guided chalet holidays in Les Arcs had slimmed down considerably. Well, The Inside Line MTB is stepping it up a notch for 2018 to help fill the void. French-qualified mountain bike guide Emily Horridge is the brains behind The Inside Line, and is super-excited to be able to put this together for next summer with a sweet chalet including a massive garage for all the bikes, a garden to chill in with a beer, a trail to the door and a lift 30 seconds from it.

The Inside Line
Photo Anthony Pease
“Since setting up The Inside Line MTB, I’ve had so many enquiries asking about accommodation with food and guiding that offering chalet holidays just seemed like the obvious thing to do. We have so many amazing trails here and I love getting to know people over a whole week as well, so I’m really looking forward to having some great fun out riding with my guests next summer!”

Building on over 10 years of guiding and chalet hosting knowledge, Emily and her team know exactly how to put together a fantastic week to give you an unforgettable holiday experience that’ll leave you wanting to come back for more.

For more information check out The Inside Line MTB website and Facebook. 


MENTIONS: @gravitysgirl

Truvativ Announces New Descendant 35mm Handlebars, Stem

Truvativ Announces New Descendant 35mm Handlebars, Stem

Truvativ have long been proponents of the 31.8mm clamping diameter for their handlebars, but the times are changing, and after releasing a 35mm carbon DH bar earlier this year they’ve now announced even more 35mm diameter handlebars and a stem to go with them. But don’t worry, those 31.8mm options aren’t going anywhere — the new sizes are additions, not replacements, at least for the time being. Keep on scrolling for images, prices, and specs of the new products, which will be available in January 2018.

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British Cycling Confirm Downhill Series Dates and Venues for 2018

British Cycling Confirm Downhill Series Dates and Venues for 2018

Earlier today British Cycling announced the dates the 2018 HSBC UK National Downhill Series and HSBC UK National Downhill Championships, which will take place in Glencoe from July 21-22.

Jonathan Day, British Cycling’s head of sport, said: “We’re delighted to announce the dates for the 2018 HSBC UK National Downhill Series after a fantastic series in 2017, and it’s great that we’re able to bring the HSBC UK National Downhill Championships to Glencoe for the first time.” Read the full story on British Cycling here.

2018 HSBC UK National Downhill Series

2018 HSBC UK National Downhill Series

Round one
7-8 April
Cwmcarn

Round two
12-13 May
Fort William (C1)

Round three
30 June-1 July
Rheola

Round four
11-12 August
Rhyd-Y-Felin (C1)

Round five
22-23 September
Bringewood

2018 HSBC UK National Downhill Championships

21-22 July
Glencoe