Get your entries in now for the Antur Stiniog DH Fest which kicks off on the 13th/14th of July.

This sounds like it's going to be a great weekend of racing, partying, riding, drinking, dancing, and riding some more. And it's only 50 quid for the weekend. Should be awesome!

If you've been to Antur Stiniog (at hard to pronounce, Blaenau Ffestiniog) before you'll know that the tracks are great and the uplift is super quick. Also the visitor centre will be up and running by race time with a café, bike wash, showers etc. What more could you want?

Hit up www.britishcycling.org.uk to enter.

Or check out www.anturstiniog.com for more info.

Neil Donoghue smashing the berms. Photo: Laurence Crossman-Emms
Gee Atherton gives Antur Stiniog the thumbs up.

Race Schedule :

Friday

3pm – venue open for foot inspection only, no transport to the top is permitted, 5pm commissaire course walk, 6-8pm race registration open.

Saturday

7am- course open for foot inspection only, no transport to the top is permeitted.

8am-11am – race registration

9am – uplift starts, course live at 9.15am / last uplift leaves at 5pm – course closed at 6pm

6.05pm – riders meeting

6.30pm – course open for foot inspection only, no transport to the top is permitted.

7pm – jump track challenge / music / film / tbc

Sunday

8.30am – uplift starts

8.45am – course live

11am – practice finishes.

First uplift for racing leaves 11.30am, course closed 11.30am

First of two timed runs start at 12pm.

Podiums at 5.30pm.

The event will be pre-entry only through the BC website, race entry will be £50 plus a £0.60 booking fee.

There will be no charge for camping, or car parking on site.

Race numbers will be available at sign on.

There will be no charge for number boards.

Race catagories, and running order will be Juvenille / Youth / Junior / Masters / Veterans / women / senior / expert / elite women / elite male.

Antur Stiniog DH centre manager Adrian Bradley getting airborne.
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The sun always shines at Antur Stiniog!
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Here's Josh Bryceland following Harry Heath down the Black run last year. The track wasn;t fully finished then, but you get the idea!