Course map for the Cleveland Hills event on Saturday 2nd October now available (online entry closes Thursday)

Our final league event for 2021 is next Saturday October 2nd – it’s a 3 hour event, based at Kildale Village Hall. Conrad and Jill Ellison have planned a fantastic course to finish the season.

Online entry closes midnight Thursday 30th September

This event will use MapRun (and not SI controls), so if you’ve not used that before you can check out the details in the previous posts. As always, any issues, please get in touch.

There will be spot prizes too on 5 controls for the first rider to reach that point.

Registration is 09.00-10.15 and start times between 09.30 and 10.30

The updated league after 5 events can be found here – your 3 best events of 6 will count for the final league position.(You may need to refresh the page by pressing F5 is a previous version is cached)

As it’s the final event, league prizes will be awarded at the end of the day when the results are in, so please try to stay around for that if you can!

Winter league for November to March should be available soon – but we could really do with some more planners – please talk to Tim on Saturday if you might be interested or drop him a message.

Tuesday update: map updated to show forest tracks and road north of Kildale village, click on the map to view.

1 thought on “Course map for the Cleveland Hills event on Saturday 2nd October now available (online entry closes Thursday)

  1. Pingback: Online entry for Saturday’s Cleveland Hills event extended until midnight Thursday | nymbo : north yorkshire mountain bike orienteers

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