Make or break time at round five.
This Sunday, round five takes place at Bovey Tracey in Devon and it is crunch time for the riders with title aspirations.
The annual Anthony Rew Trial takes place on the wooded hillside at Kelly Farm where twelve sections have been laid out in a different format to previous years. Whilst using the same start field as normal, the sections start in a different part of the woods which means that the normal tough last group of sections will be ridden first.
With the exception of James Dabill, who is not competing in the series this year, all of our top riders have entered so stunning riding is assured.
The ACU Trial 2 class will be required to ride five on the main ACU Trial GB route. These are likely to be sections, 1,3,5,7 and 11.
The bulk of the entry in the ACU Trial Expert class will also have twelve testing sections, the severity of which could well be weather dependant.
A detailed route has been marked for spectators on the compact 1.5km course which allows for visits to every section during the five and a half hour event. A detailed Programme will be available for all spectators priced at £3.
Kelly Farm is situated adjacent to the A382, Bovey Tracey to Moretonhampstead road and the start time is 9.30am.