Entry on the day for Tadcaster Saturday morning | Draft 2018 League dates

There’s still time! Even if you’ve not entered online, entries on the day are available at Tadcaster tomorrow morning. Tim’s printed about 15 extra maps, so plenty of time to get your bike ready! (Registration at The Coach & Horses 0915 -1015, starts from 0930-1030) details here

If you can’t make that, then the next event is now confirmed as at The Queens Head, Kettlesing on February 17th

In the meantime here are the provisional dates for the 2018 League

Please get in touch if you would like to plan one on any of the following dates. I’m also very happy for anyone to suggest  any other areas or dates

It’s a more team-based approach to event organisation this year. Each of the planners will be the day event organiser, and will sort out the helpers beforehand and results, accounts and reports afterwards (that’s the same as most other BMBO events).

The other roles are split up like this:

  • Equipment – Neil Reed
  • Secretarial jobs & BMBO web page – Helen Pollard (Stage One Cycles)
  • Maps – Tim Evans
  • Results – John Dixon
  • Treasurer – Steve Willis (plus helping out when he can)
  • NYMBO website & mailing list – Dave Robertson

As always, if you want to collect controls or help out at registration, we’ll be happy to hear from you!

See you at an event soon!

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