British Downhill Series dates revealed

UCI ranking points and £10k prize pot up for grabs

The dates for the 2010 British Downhill Series have been released, which will be run between April and September on some of the best tracks in Scotland and Wales.

Previously known as the NPS, the British Downhill Series kicks off on 10 April at Rheola, South Wales followed by rounds at Fort William, Scotland (8-9 May), Llangollen, Wales (26-27 June), Moelfre, Wales (7-8 August) and Caersws, Wales (25-26 September).

Invites have been sent to the world’s best downhill riders including Steve Peat, Gee and Dan Atherton, Greg Minnaar, Josh Bryceland and many more. They’ll be racing for UCI ranking points, £10,000 in prize money and over £15,000 in prizes.

If you want to watch all the race action, parking and spectating is free, with entertainment, retail stands, live timing and commentary provided. For more information, head to www.BritishDownhillSeries.com.

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