Saturday's NPS racing will witness riders battling it out, over the 5.5 mile course, for their respective titles with many categories still wide open. Over 10 riders could still catch current series leader Adrian Lansley in the Elite Male category and action will be even hotter with the two British 04 Olympians Liam Killeen and Oli Beckinsale in attendance. The Elite female title is between Jenn O'Connor, Jenny Copnall and Katy Middlehurst.
Expert and Sport categories will also be hotly contested with each series winner taking home a weeks holiday at the Club La Santa resort in Lanzarote. Martin Smith, Jonathan Pugh and Matthew Barrett could all win the Expert title, with 5 riders all in the running for the Expert Female category. Other series prizes include Rudy Project glasses and Goretex jackets courtesy of Freestyle Clothing. All top series riders will receive commemorative medals.
Sunday's Trek 6-4-2 action will take place over a lengthened 8.5 mile circuit with the first GB endurance champions being crowned in the 6hour solo, pair and team categories. Riders also compete in 4hr and 2hr categories.
The weekend will also include the finale of the fast and furious Short Track series with new Elite National Champion Jody Crawforth again expected to dominate.
Freebies - Muc-off will be providing the free bikewash facility.There will be free to enter under 12s races on Saturday evening and free Go-ride coaching on Saturday afternoon. Camping on site is free and spectators are welcome.
Margam Park is located 2 minutes from J38 of the M4 and entries are available on the day up to 1 hour before start time for all categories.