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2015 Presentation Night Friday the 15th of January

The 2015 North of England Championship has been a great year of entertainment for everyone involved.

The final 2015 championship standings are now on the positions tab above.

A list of the 2015 championship award winners is on the positions page.

The 2015 Championship presentation night hosted by the XCEnduro team is booked for Friday the 15th of January at the Bridge Inn, Walshford, Wetherby, North Yorkshire LS22 5HS

Awards will be presented to:
Expert overall 1st,2nd,3rd
Clubman E1, E2, E3 - 1st,2nd,3rd
Over 40’s overall1st,2nd,3rd
Over 50's overall1st,2nd,3rd
Sportsman E1, E2, E3 - 1st,2nd,3rd
Beginer / Novice E1 E2 E3 - combined
Youth 12-16 years old 85cc-125cc 1st,2nd,3rd
Youth Girls 12-16 years old 85cc-125cc 1st,2nd,3rd
Juniors 7-12 years old Auto/65cc 1st,2nd,3rd

All award winners get free entry at the presentation night. Family members & friends can buy tickets using the paypal form below by selecting the number of tickets required. The doors will open 7pm and dinner will be served 7:45pm followed by a disco.

All championship awards must be collected on the night. Any trophies not collected at the awards night will be recycled as they won't be posted out.

Number of tickets required
Name for the entry list

Award winners for 2015.

1st Dan Bewlay
2nd Luke Flack
3rd Zac Sherwin

Over 40
1st Anthony Tempest
2nd Ross Hall
3rd John Bradford

Clubman E1
1st Robbie Wallace
2nd Steve Jemison
3rd Ben Clemit

Clubman E2
1st Luke Knight
2nd Danny Culkin
3rd Conor Scott

Clubman E3
1st Stuart Austin
2nd James Davy
3rd Jake Croft

Over 50
2nd Andrew Maben
3rd Paul Mckie

Sportsman E1
1st James Gamble
2nd Lee Thornborough
3rd Dominic Richardson

Sportsman E2
1st Andy Jones
2nd Mark Williams
3rd Ben Mitchell

Sportsman E3
1st Alistair Jopling
2nd Kurt Weston
3rd Mark Cockfield

1st Paul Hedison
2nd Andrew Dean
3rd Chris Howes

Youth Male
1st Richard Moorhouse
2nd Charlie Coates
3rd Toby Flack 5

Youth Female
1st Natasha Dodds
2nd Leanne Field 20
3rd Victoria Widd

1st Sam Boyd
2nd Harry Mugridge
3rd Tommy Shevels
XCEnduro 2016 North of England Championship Provisional Event Dates

2016 XCEnduro membership is now available on line

27th March
Motul Endurotek
Great Ayton

17th April
Motul Endurotek

1st May
Motul Endurotek
Woodhouse Challenge
Non championship event

29th May
Motul Endurotek

26th June
Motul Endurotek
Great Ayton

July Camphill
Motul Endurotek

4th September
Motul Endurotek
Thorp Stubble

25th September
Motul Endurotek

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The North of England Enduro Championship

The North of England Championship Rules and Regulations
ENDURO and XC Multi-lap events.

The North of England Championship is a series of ENDURO and Hare & Hounds, Hare Scramble or XC Multi-lap events.


All riders must hold a current ACU licence or obtain a “one event day licence” and be over 16 years of age or over.
Junior and Youth riders can ride Hare & Hounds, XC Multi-lap events.
Where the Enduro includes the use of public roads it is the sole responsibility of the rider to ensure that the machine is roadworthy and complies with legal requirements.
All entrants MUST be a member of a club affiliated to the ACU, or apply for “club day membership”


The entry form for the relevant event must be completed in every detail and signed by each entrant.
Each completed entry form with entry fee (and club membership fee if required) should be forwarded to the event secretary.
All entries must be completed on the official entry form.


Various ability classes will be catered for.

Expert E1 E2 E3 combined
Clubman E1 E2 E3
Over 40’sOver 40’s E1 E2 E3
Over 50's E1 E2 E3 combined
Sportsman E1 E2 E3
Beginer / Novice E1 E2 E3 combined
Youth 12-16 years old 85cc-125cc
Juniors 7-12 years old Auto/65cc

The over 40’s class will be run on the clubman time schedule.
The over 50’s class will be run on the sportsman time schedule.
It is essential riders remain in the class they started in throughout the championship series.


Awards will be presented in each class at the end of the series as follows:

Expert overall 1st2nd3rd
Clubman E1 E2 E3 1st2nd3rd
Over 40’s overall1st2nd3rd
Over 50's overall1st2nd3rd
Sportsman E1 E2 E3 1st2nd3rd
Beginer / Novice E1 E2 E3 combined
Youth 12-16 years old 85cc-125cc 1st2nd3rd
Youth Girls 12-16 years old 85cc-125cc 1st2nd3rd
Juniors 7-12 years old Auto/65cc 1st2nd3rd


Points will be calculated for each class and awarded as follows:

1st20 Points
2nd17 Points
3rd15 Points
4th13 Points
5th11 Points
6th10 Points
7th09 Points
8th08 Points
9th07 Points
10th06 Points
11th05 Points
12th 04 Points
13th03 Points
14th02 Points
15th01 Points

The 2015 North of England Championship will allow riders to drop four individual rounds. Scores will be dropped from the final championship classification when the championship series. This rule applies to all ability classes. Time Card Enduro Events and XC Multi Lap events combined will form the 2015 North of England Championship.


Riders will be graded at the end of the series as follows:

Sportsman overall:

The top 25 Sportsman overall will be invited to ride in the clubman class.
“Invited” meaning it is not compulsory to be graded.
Riders who have not achieved a top 25 position cannot ride in the Clubman, Expert or Championship class.

Clubman overall:

The top 5 Clubman overall must ride in the Expert class.
The top 15 Clubman overall cannot ride in the Sportsman class.
Riders who have not achieved a top 5 position cannot ride in the Expert or Championship class.


The top 15 Experts cannot ride in the Clubman or Sportsman class.
Understand Timecards

At signing on for each event you will be given a time card. Usually sealed in a plastic wallet it will have a space for your name, riding number and start time.
Firstly write down on the card your riding number and start time taken from the entry list. Then add the times you are due at each check by adding on the time allowance for each check (in your class) on to your start time as below.

The jpeg at the side of this text is a timecardcard at the end of the event with the ETA times, that the rider is aiming to achieve and the official times, ie the time he actually arrived.

(A) On time - zeroed the check.

(B) Five minutes late - penalty of 300 points (one point per second late)

(C) The rider has added 5 minutes on to his arrival time at check 3 (you do not need to actually change your card the organisers will take the 5 minute lateness into account when working out the results) so he has still taken the allotted 40 minutes to do check 3….no penalty.

(D)The rider is continuing to add his five minute lateness to his check 4 time, he has taken 40 minutes from check 3 to check 4 and has zeroed the check….no penalty.

Once you are late, you stay late.

If you arrive early you do not check in until your set time, you will be penalised for early arrival.

Don’t panic if you loose time, others will have too!
But be careful not to loose more than an hour or you will be deemed to have “houred out” and will be disqualified

Special test times in seconds are added to your course penalty points
The guy who has the least points in total wins!!
It really is that simple!