Gargrave Blank Map now available

Two event options for Saturday 16th May, blank map for Gargrave below. There’s enough time to do both!

MTBO – Swinsty Woods (online entry here)

VENUE GR 186 538 Swinsty Plantation car park at the south end of Fewston Reservoir dam LS21 2NP, 1 mile south of the A59 at Blubberhouses

COURSE 4-6km SPRINT EVENT with a 20-30 minute winning time
MAP Overprinted 1-5,000 colour map supplied by Claro

REGISTER 8.30 – 9.15
START 9.00 – 9.30

MBO – Gargrave (online entry here)

VENUE GR 543 933 Gargrave Village Hall, West Street, BD23 3RD
200m north of the A65 in the middle of Gargrave
Park in the free public car parks in West Street & North Street

COURSES 5 hour SCORE event (with a 2 hour option for NOVICES)

REGISTER 9.30 – 10.45 STARTS 10.00 – 11.00

 2015 Gargrave 40000 Working Drawing without Controls 8th May.jpg

2015 Gargrave 40000 without controls

6 thoughts on “Gargrave Blank Map now available

  1. Clive George

    Sadly I won’t be able to enter this, because that area looks like it’ll make a great course. I notice the canal towpath is neither marked as in bounds or out-of-bounds – that’s a sufficiently grey area I’d expect to have that ruled on. Though obviously it depends if you put any controls there 🙂

  2. stevewillis3

    We have got 20 entries for the MBO Sprint event at Swinsty so Tim has printed 25 maps. We have got 80 entries for the MBO Score event at Gargrave so Jens has printed 90 maps.
    There are only 30 parking spaces at Gargrave village hall so, when they are full, please park in the free public car parks on West Street or North Street which are both within 50m of the village hall. Refreshments will be on sale before and after the event in the hall – and we still need a couple of volunteers to help collect controls afterwards. Any offers??

  3. jamesannan

    Great event yesterday, thanks. Not sure who and where best to contact, but on-line entry for the Ingleton event doesn’t seem to be working – it says the closing date was in 2014! Perhaps somehow copied over from last year.

  4. Geoff Moorhouse

    Just want to thank Graham for a very challenging course, haven’t done a 5 hour in ages so glad to survive. Pre-planning using the blank map saved the day “Maximise road, Minimise climbing” Well it works for me! Congrats to Ray & Dennis in M60 for wiping the floor with the rest of us old gimmers. When is drug testing going to be introduced??


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