March 9th, 2021.

Regulations and registrations forms are now available for the five-round 2021 ACU British Quad Championship.

The new-season series sees a National Expert class joining the established Main Championship and Under-21 category. The National Experts is designed to attract up-coming fast riders who have not previously competed in the British Championship.

A cash prize fund is up for grabs at the end of the series. A fully-refundable, modest registration bond is all that is required to commit to the series. Entry fees are paid directly to the host clubs when riders confirm their entry to each event, making entering the events easier and more cost-effective for the riders.

So far, the following riders have registered for the ACU British Quad Cross Championships;
James Bevan
Dafydd Davies
George Oliver
Robbie Wood

The following riders have all committed an interest to register;
Alfie Walker
Harry Walker
Dean Dillon
Marcus Sprason
Ayrton Knowles
Oli Sansom
Jonathan Kelly
Nicola Lowry

The revised calendar is;
29/30th May - Dean Moor, NETT
26/27th June - Armthorpe, NETT
25th July - Cusses Gorse, Waterlooville MCC
1st August - Little Silver, Nora MX
19th Sept – Wroxton, Nora MX

Club principals Richard Shaw of Nora MX, and Karl Robinson of NETT, have worked closely with the ACU to revitalise the series and make it more attractive to both existing and new riders.

Karl Robinson of the NETT Quad Racing Club is keen to encourage riders to sign up quickly. He said; “Let’s get back to racing with a bang - after such a difficult time for lots of people, it’s time to bring out the quads, refresh the fuel and make this series happen.” He also suggested that for NETT members doing the Club Champs class, it is worth signing up to the British, given that the first two rounds are hosted by their club. “You’ve got to be in to win it” he said, “and if you’re doing the NETT events on these weekends anyway, why not give it a go.”

Richard Shaw, of Nora MX, was equally enthusiastic, commenting; “I’ve got a long list of NORA MX riders that this British Championship would suit. As everyone knows, I am passionate about quad racing and I want to see progression, steps for riders to move up as they compete year after year.”

“The British Championship title is the top step in this country. Winners of that title have much to be proud of and there are more than a few riders, out there now, worthy of it. The introduction of the National Expert class will help recognise the champions of the future, bridging the gap from top club rider to British level.”

“As the British grows in numbers again, I’d like to think it will feature on an even wider range of tracks and events. We’ve made a start this year with the inclusion of Waterlooville’s event at Cusses Gorse.

“As everyone recovers from the last year or so, I understand that there is caution about committing to a whole series, but we can at least all confirm intent.”

Riders can show interest simply by contacting the ACU. Registrations close on the 5th of April at which point all that is payable is the bond of £70 for the main British Championship and £40 for the National Expert.

Regs are available from Sonia Goggin on or call her Tuesdays to Thursdays on 01788 566404. Email;

Pictured: James Bevan has already signed up for the 2021 British QX Series.
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