21/10/2013 | 3 comments
Returning again for 2013 is the Urban Downhill Charity race in Plymouth University. The event was created by Plymouth University graduate Jon Catney in 2010, and has been running for three years, it has helped three charities, seen around 350 riders compete and had more than 7,000 spectators during it’s time. The race is set to return at the end of freshers week, on 28 September.
Prizes will be given for the top 3 riders in each category, and the race is a BC RANKING ROUND with regional B points available. This years race is open to anyone aged 13+ and entry cost is £25 for ages 13-14 and £30 for ages 15+. There’s also an after party for anyone over 18.
Check out the video below for highlights of last years event.
Video by Mark Minton (Background Films)
This year organisers of the Urban Downhill have said things will be different going into the fourth year:
This year promises to provide a fresh course with new challenges, new sponsors and more entertainment during the day and well into the night!