Our third and fourth events in the SLOW MBO Score 2019 Series take place from the White Mark Farm Campsite near Watlington in the beautiful Chilterns on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th August.
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This is a public event – all are welcome.
The events on both days will start and finish at the campsite.
|Address||White Mark Farm Campsite, 82 Hill Road, Watlingon, OX49 5AF|
|OS grid reference||SU697939|
|Maps||Google Maps, OpenStreetMap|
- From Junction 6 of M40 Motorway, take the B4009 to Watlington. After 3 miles turn left into Hill Road (the Kingfisher fish & chip shop is in front of you – turn left before it), carry straight on, past the car park on right, Carriers Arms PH on left. After half mile the campsite is on the right.
|Adult Day Rider||£8 In advance / £10 EOD|
|BMBO / SLOW Members||£7 In advance / £9 EOD|
|Under 21 (on 31st DEc)||£4 In advance / £5 EOD|
A standard dibber is included free of charge.
Contactless SIAC dibber £2 (2 required for pairs).
Lost dibbers will be charged at £29 for standard ones and £63 for contactless SIAC dibbers.
Please enter in advance online on the BMBO website to reduce administration and help us to know how many waterproof maps to print. Anyone entering online will be emailed a blank course map. The closing date for online entries is shown in the BMBO event details.
All riders must wear a helmet and carry a whistle and first aid kit (a minimum of plasters & dressings). The following equipment is also recommended:
- Mobile phone for use in an emergency
- Waterproof top
- Compass and map board or cardboard to support an A4 map on your handlebars
|Registration||Between 0930 and 1100|
|Start Times||Between 1000 and 1200|
Event duration each day is 1 or 2 hours normal format or 3 hours SAF (Small Area Format).
Maps will be A4 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey maps. The event will use Sport Ident electronic punching at all controls.
All competitors take part at their own risk.
Results will be available on the SLOW and BMBO websites shortly after the event.
Planner/Organiser: John Owens