Following recent negotiations, the ACU
The Apico 2 Stroke Festival is the
In conjunction with the 2 Stroke Festival becoming an ACU sanctioned championship, it will also be hosting the
These classes will be run as part of the Apico 2-Stroke Festival which will retain its regular classes for modern bikes and youths on 85s. This is a huge step forward for an event which has already been a huge hit, attracting riders from youths to veterans, clubmen to top professionals like EMX300 champion Brad Anderson
The dates for the 2019 season are as follows:
May 25th and 26th – Marshfield MX, Wiltshire
August 3rd and 4th – Iron Works Moto Parc, Middlesborough
September 21st and 22nd – Sellindge MX, Kent
The move to the ACU will also allow riders of the Apico 2 Stroke Festival to the progress into the Maxxis ACU British 2 Stroke Championship and European Championship events in the future.
“The event has grown into something very special,” says organiser Dave Willet, former British 125 and 250 2-stroke
In 2018, one rider won a £5000 sponsorship package from Apico, and many others won prizes ranging from Arai helmets to complete oil packages. And adults walked off with prize money in many classes. The lucky recipient of the sponsorship package was 85 class winner Jack Grayshon.
Classes for 2019 are:
- ACU British Adult 125
- ACU British Evo
- ACU British Super Evo
- 85cc Youth Supermini SW/BW
- 125cc Rookie class
- 125cc Fast (Intermediate/Novice)
- 250cc Fast (Intermediate/Novice)
- 250cc Faster (Expert)
Registration is open and will close on April 24th 2019. It will be open for day entries at the Marshfield opener. The Registration fee of £75 secures you a place at every round, and the cost is £95 per round for Registered riders. All riders must be ACU affiliated, and transponders can be hired on the day.
Registration for the 2019 Apico 2-Stroke Festival is now open. HIT the link to enter ⬇️ ➡️ HERE ⬅️