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NUMBERS: 2019 numbers will be issued at the start. You can check <HERE> to see what your number allocation is.
Note: T- shirts will be issues with correct sizes for those who entered before
6th April. We may have a couple of spares of random sizes for later entries but no guarantee.
Please also note that you are buying an entry to the Devon Dirt, andf if you turn up and ride then you get a T-shirt.
If you don't turn up or don't ride we will not post you a shirt.
SPOT PRIZES: We will giving some prizes away on the event. These may be randomly chosen on the rider number, or to reward special effort - e.g. a youngster completing for the first time.
2019 EVENT: - SOME PHOTOS HERE!
14th April 2019 - 9.30am
The 2019 event is done and dusted - many thanks to all of you who turned up on a grey and cold day. Quite a range of ages and abilities which is always good to see.
Only one injury that we are aware of and that was a dislocated finger.
Huge thanks to the local helpers from Cyclink UK,
who hopefully have thawed out by now.
See you in 2020!
As well as the selection ofphotos online above, Matt Cranfield's edit in now online at:
2019 Skyflicks Video.
Event Organiser: Graham Brodie 07889 964101
Event HQ is at Bigpeaks in Ashbuton. Located just off the A38 near Glendinnings quarry. Take the Eastern exit for Ashburton off of the A38
Parking: Limited Parking outside BigPeaks, and further parking in Glendinnings Car Park nearby. Any overflow parking will have to be in the town centre.
Visit the BigPeaks website for contact details and a map of how to find them.
Toilets, mechanics, and refreshments available here.
This year we need all the entrants to use our online entry system.
There are likely to be a few entry places at the start ( on the line) but these will be at a premium of £25 cash only with no discounts, and no guarantee of a T-shirt.
Please use the Paypal system to enter - there is a small fee to them ( sometimes) but having one method makes it smoother for the administration.
(DATC - Cat: f event) WHAT'S THAT?
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