Dirt Wars UK FMB Bronze National Series Round 5 Radical Bike Park

Sep
13

With the run up to round 5 being rather wet and us seeming to get all of the worlds rain in one week we were rather sceptical on wether or not to postpone or cancel round 5 and concentrate on getting the course ready for the final. In true Dirt Wars style we braved the weather and headed for Radical Bike Park in Essex.

 

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Radical Bike Park Round 5 this Sunday

Sep
09

We thought the weather might hold us back but all is good and tomorrow we will be kicking off round 5 at Radical Bike Park in Chelmsford Essex.

for directions check out http://radicalbikes.co.uk/

see you there 10am sign in 

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CHANGE OF DATE AND VENUE FOR THIS YEARS FINAL.

Sep
03

Ok so the Dirt Jumping at The Cycle Show has been taken off the bill for the second year running, This now means we dont have a venue for the final round of this years series or do we?.

After hearing the news at the end of last week that the Dirt was not going to be happening at this years show we made a few phone calls and a whole new venue soon came about.

 

 

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Round 5 Radical Bike Park Essex

Aug
13

Round 5 has been confirmed and on the 10th of September 2017 we will be returning to Radical Bike Park in Essex.

 

We last attended Radical in 2014 and since then they have totally revamped the Dirt Jump area to host a whole range of jumps for different abillitys including the big pro line (Which we will be using).

 

As with all rounds of The DMR Dirt Wars FMB Bronze Series Spectating is free so come along and check it out.

Directions will be up on our directions tab by the end of this week.

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DMR DirtWars - FMB Bronze Series - Round 4 - PORC

Aug
09

On Sunday, August 6th, it was PORC’s (Penshurst Off Road Club) time to open its gates to the public once more and host the latest round of the FMB Bronze series and UK premier dirt jump event, DMR DirtWars. Having had a typical week of British summer weather and a changing forecast, arriving at the event it was clear that the weather gods were in our favour. The jumps were looking prime and with the crowd of spectators growing, it was time to get the riders signed in and start the day's event.

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