The eagerly awaited Official ACU British Championships calendar for 2020 is unveiled.

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The 2020 season will see four of the ACU Judd KTM British Youth Championship rounds run jointly with the Adult Championship at Little Silver, Desertmartin, Culham and Landrake. The joint rounds are seen as a great move forward for the sport.

The 125cc and Open Official ACU Judd KTM British Youth Championship Titles will be extended into a 10 round Championship with six being run at the British Youth Championship and four rounds at the British Adult Championship single day events. 

The below table shows the British Motocross Championships dates, along with the EMX qualifying rounds and the FIM Junior World Motocross Championship.

14th & 15th MarchLittle SilverYouth & Adult
29th MarchHawkstone ParkAdult
3rd & 4th AprilEmmenEMX 65/85 Qualifier
12th AprilLyngAdult
25th & 26th AprilSvendborgEMX 65/85 Qualifier
2nd & 3rd MayLommelEMX 65/85 Qualifier
3rd MayFoxhillsAdult
16th & 17th MayRhyader Youth
23rd & 24th MayVelke UherceEMX 65/85 Qualifier
31st MayBlaxhallAdult
6th & 7th JuneKapliceEMX 65/85 Qualifier
20th & 21st JuneDesertmartinYouth & Adult
11th & 12th JulyCulhamYouth & Adult
18th & 19th JulyWhitbyYouth
26th JulyLoketEMX 65/85 Final
8th & 9th AugustGreeceFIM Junior World Championship
29th & 30th AugustLandrakeYouth & Adult

Gareth Hockey (Director of RHL Activities)

“The 2020 season is going to be an exciting one for the British Championships with four rounds being joint. RHL as a company are asking for everyone to get behind us and all the clubs involved next season within the revamped format for the Official ACU British Motocross Championship. RHL are excited at the joint rounds. This gives our youth riders the exposure to the teams in readiness for their future and is something RHL has wanted for some time now. We look forward to getting the 2020 season underway.”

Steve McCauley (Chairman of the ACU Motocross Committee) 

“The MX Committee looked at the possibility of expanding the “double Header” format following the huge success of the initial event at Landrake. As always, we had to await the GP and EMX Calendars before releasing our dates. We are now in a position to drop the gate and look forward to an immensely exciting series with joint collaboration between ourselves and RHL. The biggest change apart from the obvious youth/adult combinations will see the MX2 Youth class joined across the two series and extended to 10 highly competitive rounds, we expect the class to be very popular as not only is this the Championship to win with industry recognition it is also the only route to EMX 125 250 and GP’s.”

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