Date of Event - January 11th - 12th 2025

Permit No:  TBC


  • Clerk of the course: Nick Plumb
  • Chief Marshal: Paul Clayton
  • Safety Officer: TBC
  • Secretary of the meeting: TBC
  • ACU Steward attending: TBC

● Race Type: Qualifying & Extreme Enduro
● Track Length: Saturday - Qualifying 4 to 5 miles speed test 1-mile Xtreme test (Riders will leave in class/number order and the fastestt qualifying run counts as your time)
Valleys Lite Race - approx 7 miles, flowing course on fire roads and wooded areas
Sunday AM Race- approx. 8 miles
Sunday PM Race - approx 10miles

This event is run in accordance with the ACU standing regulations for Enduro (ESR), the National Sporting Code and the Championship Regulations for Extreme Enduro .


The Insurance cover for this event is “Basic”, there is no Personal Accident cover for Competitors and Liability cover in

respect of any claim made by third parties is limited to £10 million and £5 million for Medical Malpractice.

General & Important Notice:

We accept participants from the age of 14 years and over in the Valleys Extreme race.
We accept participants from the age of 12 years and over in the Valleys Lite race

14 years of age Restricted to a maximum machine capacity of 125cc.

15 Years of age – restricted to a maximum machine capacity of 250cc 2 or 4 stroke.
Please remember that children under the age of 18 will need to have their parent or legal guardian present when signing on.

Please see Ts and Cs


Valleys Xtreme AM:

  • Sportsman
  • Vets 40+
  • Vets 50+
  • Ladies
  • Youth 14–17 years of age

Valleys Xtreme PM:

  • Championship
  • Clubman
  • Elite Vets 40+
  • Expert

Valleys Lite:

  • Sportsman
  • Clubman
  • Expert
  • Veteran 40+
  • Ladies
  • Big Bike (Single 600cc above)
  • Big Bike (Twin 600cc above)
  • Youth 12-16 Years of age

    All bikes must be scrutineered to be able to race.

Saturday's briefing for Valleys Lite  will be on the start line, the same goes for the Xtreme races on the Sunday. All bikes should be on the start line 30mins before the race start.


AM Race: The start of the morning race on Sunday will be engines off with groups leaving from their rows from Qualifying position from Saturday, each row will start as a mass start – the first wave starting at 9.00am, (Subject to change). This means you will need to line up on the start line at 8.30am.

PM Race: The start of the afternoon race on Sunday will be engines off with groups leaving from their rows from Qualifying position from Saturday, each row will start as a mass start – the first wave starting at 12.00pm, (Subject to change). This means you will need to line up on the start line at 11:15am.

The first 10 PM riders from the 10 bike shootout on Saturday will have their own start line, they will be in their Qualifying position from the shootout the day before, they will start with engines on *The Clerk of the course will walk in front of the start line and only once the COC have walked past your bike you can then leave* this will give the top 10 a slight advantage from each other depending where they qualified.



Xtreme Qualifying - AM 2 Hours & PM 2 Hours
Valleys Lite – 2hours

Sunday  = AM Race: 2hrs or 2 Laps

Every rider that makes it to at least the first check point will be awarded a finisher’s medal.
The finisher’s medal will be graded as follows:
● Gold: 2 Laps
● Silver: 1 Lap
● Bronze:  Any check points completed.

Sunday  = PM Race: 3hrs or 3 Laps

Every rider that completes one lap will be awarded a finisher’s medal.
The finisher’s medal will be graded by the number of full laps completed.
- Gold: 3 Laps
- Silver: 2 Laps
- Bronze: 1 Lap

Any rider who is brave enough to attempt a 3rd lap will be presented with a “no help zone” section. Any riders seen to be getting any outside assistance in the “no help zone” will be penalised and lose the 3rd lap.


Please see timetable

  • If you cannot make it for this time, you must phone the Event Secretary beforehand, and we will try to accommodate. Phone number to contact or 01639 874404.

Front and Rear tyre choices are unrestricted.

The site is on hard ground, people with tents be warned (bring something soft to sleep on)
Parking for caravans and motor homes will be available; HOWEVER, this is not a public campsite so there is no electricity, showers or running water. You need to bring your own water for drinking and washing. Portable toilets will be provided. Catering will be available daytime both Saturday and Sunday.

Valleys Lite will be on Saturday near the finish after the race
Valleys Xtreme will be on Sunday and will be near the finish after each race.

ANY queries about timings/scoring are to be made to the information point within 2 hour of the results being made public. Do not approach any other race official/volunteer with complaints or protests, as they legally can’t help you. The Clerk of the Course’s decision is final.

Please observe all “walking speed” markers. Remember to stop and help fallen or injured riders, i.e. they are not there for traction! “Bar banging / barging” riders will result in the offending rider receiving a time penalty. Serious incidents may result in exclusion – don’t cost yourself valuable positions or your race by riding irresponsibly.

Strictly one vehicle per rider. 
The pit area, marshalling and lap scoring areas will be signposted and taped out. The limit is one pit crew member per entrant. Individuals are required to provide themselves with a fire extinguisher at their pit site. Bikes must only be always ridden at walking speed in the pit area/car park. The penalty is up to exclusion, by a senior marshal's discretion.

Refuelling can only take place in the pit area.
NO SMOKING in the fuel area, the penalty is an exclusion for your rider.
ABSOULTELY NO mini/pit bikes in the pits or surrounding area/venue.


ABSOLUTELY NO mini/pit bikes in the pits or surrounding area. No pre-riding of the course is allowed. Any competitors found on the venue in the preceding weeks will be jeopardising the future of the event and will, therefore, face exclusion. Only bikes officially entered in the race may be moved around the site during the event. Outside of the racetrack, you may only ride your bike to and from the pits at walking speed. No riding anywhere else on the venue.

If you break down on the track, you can only continue in the direction of the course. You must not leave the course or take a van out to try to recover your bike. If you do need your bike recovered you can inform the checkpoints, travelling marshals and we will have the bike recovered to the pits. Please make every effort to walk your bike to the nearest mile marker to make it easier for marshals to find you and not waste their time due to you finding other means of picking your bike up or the bike becomes operable again.

Those attending this event do so at their own risk. Please be aware that the health, safety and security of your children, possessions and vehicles are your own responsibility, and the race officials will not be held responsible for any loss or damage that occurs. We want everyone to enjoy themselves, so please take care.
Also, be aware that there are plenty of speed cameras in the local towns and speed restrictions are enforced, be careful of your speed.

If you do need to contact us, please make sure you have read the FAQ’s first – you’ll probably find your answer in here. Otherwise, email or phone 01639 874404.

Any riders to be found cheating, by shortcutting the course will have their time on that lap omitted.
Marshals have been thoroughly trained to spot discrepancies in times due to cheating and anyone found to be suspected of cheating will be docked their last lap. Allowance has been made for faster final laps, but marshal’s decision is final.

The chequered flag is normally raised once we have reached the cut off time in each race.

Valleys Xtreme AM & PM - Any riders still out on the track, they will be stopped at the next checkpoint, your finish position will be reverted to the previous checkpoint you rode through.

Stewards are on site from Friday afternoon through to Sunday evening to assist you with your parking. Access to the site is always restricted and any vehicle wishing to leave before the event must do so with steward's permission. Stewards will consider whether you are a day visitor or staying for the full weekend and will, therefore, advise you to park accordingly. All vehicles and their contents are left at the owner's risk and are not covered by our insurance.

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