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Tel: 07710 947480 (Mike Davies - Chair)

EVENT SECRETARY
CLERK OF THE COURSE

w2d.coc@gmail.com (Phil Wilkinson)

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INFO

The Welsh Two Day is run under the Mid Wales Centre ACU Ltd Company registration number 06726014

LOCATION

The Lakeside
Llandrindod Wells
Powys
LD1 5HU

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500 Entrants

Features 500 machines, both solo and sidecar

Over 240 Miles

Over 120 Miles in each single lap

UK's Largest Event

Largest timecard motorcycle enduro in the United Kingdom

25th & 26th june 2020

Permit Number ACU58178

Important Update on Entry

To alleviate pressure on the ACU entry system there will be a staggered entry system

 

As Sportsman and Veteran Clubman make up nearly 50% of our entry, they will enter on the second allocation.

 

You should ensure that you are entering the correct class as unless there are spaces available you will be unable to transfer to an alternative class. 

 

A link to reserve list registration will posted on Saturday 28th March at 8:00am – this will be the only method of registering for a reserve entry.

Entry will be via the ACU online entry system 

 

Classes

  1. Sidecar Championship

  2. Sidecar Expert

  3. Sidecar Clubman

  4. Sportsman

  5. Classic Clubman CE1, CE2 & CE3

  6. Veterans Clubman (Over 40 at 1st January 2020)

  7. Classic Expert CE1, CE2 & CE3

  8. Veterans Expert (Over 40 at 1st January 2020)

  9. Clubman E1, E2 and E3

  10. Expert E1, E2 and E3

  11. Championship

 

 

CAPACITY GROUPS

E1 2 stroke – Up to 125cc

E1 4 stroke – Up to 250cc

E2 – Over 125cc to 250cc two-stroke & Over 250cc to 450cc four-stroke

E3 – Over 250cc two-stroke & Over 450cc four-stroke

Classic Classes

To be eligible for Championship points riders must use a machine which falls within the definition of CE1, or CE2.

 

CE1 – Machines originally manufactured with all the following:

• Two rear shock absorbers,

• Drum brakes front and rear

• Air cooled engine.

CE2 – Machines originally manufactured with TWO of the following:

• Two rear shock absorbers,

• Drum brakes front and rear

• Air cooled engine.

CE3 – Non-Championship class. For machines that do not comply with the requirements for CE1 or CE2 but are over 30 years old

And… in the meantime, here is a video showing the ‘heart of the Welsh’……