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Think of a “Club” running Nationwide Meetings, that’s what we try to be.
 
We are a relatively small group of RC enthusiasts who in the main have found this form of RC Modelling by accident, much in the same way as you, if your reading this for the first time.Traditionally based around the 1/5th Scale On Road Class, we have evolved over the last decade or so to welcome most forms of bikes and whilst we still focus on 1/5th Scale competition the new 1/8th Class is finding favour with newcomers as an ideal opportunity to join in the fun.We organise Competition Meetings throughout the UK in addition to Club racing outside these dates. By the very nature of our numbers, we try and encourage the Club racing atmosphere at every event we attend.If you would like to join us at any of the published dates, we even have a bike available for you to use or would just like some information, no matter how trivial you consider, then just get in touch with any of the contact names listed or just visit our active Facebook Groups :- “BRCA Bike Section” and “Moto 5"0C4BAEA5 0652 4882 8B45 33434CDE83E7

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For the 2020 season the Bikes section will be holding Promotional events.

Following the sucessfull format of Saturday practice and setup, Newcomers welcome.

Sunday has Timed qualifing heats, with Finals for all.

 

The dates and venues for 2020 are as follows

Cotswold - 18/19th April - PromoTour Meeting 1

Crystal Palace - 30/31st May - PromoTour Meeting 2

Mendip - 13/14th June -  PromoTour Meeting 3

West London - 27/28th June - PromoTour Meeting 4

Aldershot - 11/12th July - PromoTour Meeting 5

Halifax - 22/23rd August- PromoTour Meeting 6

Cotswold - 3/4th October - Dez Chand GP

 

If your interested in RC Bikes come along.

The calender allows Bike racing at club level and events like the Ulster TT and world championships.

 

BRCA Bike National Round 5 at Mendip 7/8th September 2019

 

 

Being the last round of the season the excellent performances today were overshadowed by the Final Championship Positions. However, it would be wrong not to report on an excellent meeting. Peter Vater once again proved he is the class act for 2019 in Moto2 winning both Finals to add to his Pole position.

Ross Bartlett and Alan Leighton tied on points with RossB taking the runner up spot on qualifying position. Disappointingly the MotoGPn runners failed to muster the required numbers and they were sorely missed.

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