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British Youth National Championship - 23 October 2017
British Youth National Championship Awards presented at the 2017 HydroGarden Weston Beach Race
Saturday evening at the 2017 HydroGarden Weston Beach Race saw riders, parents and the RHL Activities team behind the British Youth Nationals Championship come together to look back on what has been another outstanding year for the series.
The evening consisted of a video looking back on the 2017 season along with a presentation of special awards for parents and of the course the all-important rider of the year awards.
The below awards were presented during the evening:
Best Newcomer – Finlay Boxhall
Most Spectacular Crash – Lewis Wood
Most Improved Rider – Wal Beaney
Most Active Parent – Karl Johnston
Most Unluckiest Parent – Stewart Campbell
RHL Office Team – Parent of the Year – Tom Sierbert
65cc Rider of the Year – Finley Evans
Small Wheel 85cc Rider of the Year – Vinnie Guthrie
Big Wheel 85cc Rider of the Year – Bobby Bruce
125cc Rider of the Year – Rossi Beard
Open Class Rider of the Year – Tom Grimshaw
Stewart Campbell collecting the Unluckiest Parent Award - Presented by Carly Bevan
5 December 2017
Grab yourself one of three weekends away courtesy of HydroGarden brands VitaLink, LUMii and PLANT!T
Grab yourself one of three weekends away courtesy of HydroGarden brands VitaLink, LUMii and PLANTiT
1 December 2017
Statement from Gareth Hockey - Tracks & Date Clashes
After reading the conversations on social media and receiving your phone calls in respect of the new tracks being introduced for 2018, I can assure all riders and parents that the tracks being used for the 2018 Judd British Youth National Championship, are of Championship Standard and feel RHL as a Company prides itself in progressing the sport and working with venues in ensuring they meet not only our high standards, but that of our governing body and Event Industry Standards.