Bishop Wilton report & control map

The results have been updated; the league table after two events is here; and I’ve finally had time to post the race report, sorry for the delay.

Bishop Wilton

Thanks to Steve Willis for doing the course planning for the Bishop Wilton event, which was then organised by Brendon.

Here’s Steve’s report:

Congratulations to David Lawrance (M40), Mark Daniel (M40) and Ifor Powell (M50) who cleared the course and a special mention to the Generation team of Al & Jake Powell who only missed one 5 point control. Congratulations to the other category winners – Sue Booth W50 410, Tim Bull & Kathryn Jones X40 335, Tony Brand Barker M60 465, Ray Morriss M70 451.

I hope you enjoyed the dry trails and rolling Wolds scenery. Thanks to Brendon Smurthwaite for checking all of the control sites beforehand then putting them out on Friday with help from Ralph Defty and Dave Evans. He and Ralph then looked after the Start and Finish before collecting in the controls with help from Tim Evans, Adrian Parker, Simon Coiley and Dave Collins.

I didn’t ride because we had to go to our youngest grandson’s first birthday party in Sheffield so thanks to John Dixon for looking after Download and the Results afterwards.

Do spread the word about this season’s events – only 43 riders was quite difference from the first event – hopefully we will see you and a few more at Ingleton on June 8th.


1 thought on “Bishop Wilton report & control map

  1. Mary Carrick

    ‘Tis I again. Noticed on the League table that I am down as a W60 but should be W70, now that I am ancient. Know such a class was created when Karen went up so should be on my own in it until she is able to compete again on a future NYMBO event.


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