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13/11/2009 12:32:11
topic: Gorrick Autumn Classic

Richy
Posts 1
Just added our report for this to the UKB website.

http://www.uk-biking.net
10/04/2009 13:14:34
topic: Servicing 2007 Marzocchi Dirt Jumper 3 forks

grantdickson01
Posts 1
Hi guys. I need some help with servicing my forks. Anyone out there got any assistance for me? Thanks. Grant
29/09/2008 12:33:41
topic: Southern XC Round Results

admin
Posts 5
Hi Guys if you clear your cache you will see that the results have been corrected, unfortunately 2 riders were issued the same number hence that number went through the timing point 5 times.... You can always email us on the contact section to let us know of any issues on the results.

Why did we change the system? In a nutshell the old system was rock solid and did a great job; however the language that it was written in is now defunct meaning that we can't make changes to the system to reflect the changing direction of Mountain Biking.

So we had to invest in a new system which is now 80% complete. 80% sounds unfinished essentially the new system as a replacement for the old system is complete with loads of new features, live display for enduros, much more comprehensive commentary, time back from the leaders etc... The remaining 20% is the RFID (chip timing) which is about to be launched, part of the development of the new system was to enable us to hire out the kit to smaller events so that even with 100 riders you could still have decent timing.... So all in all a mountain of work which is very nearly complete...

Matt
24/09/2008 19:24:27
topic: Southern XC Round Results

DannyB
Posts 2
Yes, i've also noticed that the results don't seem to fit. The winner of the youth race allegedly completed five laps! Also the times don't seem right, I was right up beside the guy infront of me on the first lap and he apparently crossed the line 17seconds ahead of me? I don't see why they've changed the system, what was wrong with the old format? It worked perfectly.
23/09/2008 22:51:28
topic: Southern XC Round Results

gary.kite
Posts 1
I was rather disappointed with the quality of the results from last Sundays Southern XC round at Bordon. Both myself and my son rode. The first I knew of a problem was when our allocated numbers were mixed up and showed my sons under 10 number 1026 as being entered in the open class. The Timelaps chaps at the event were very helpful and the error was corrected. However reviewing the results on Sunday evening, there is no result showing for 1026 in the under 10's boys class.

Also it appears that our sponsors details have also been omitted.

Did anyone else have any problems with race numbers /reults?
21/09/2008 22:30:39
topic: Southern XC Round 6 Photos

DannyB
Posts 2
A few snapshots from the 6th Round of the southern XC Series at Bordon, just the 2nd and 3rd block of races.

http://picasaweb.google.com/dannyjb15/SouthernXCRound6AtBordon2008#
09/03/2008 17:09:03
topic: Gorrick Spring Series Round 3

richardw
Posts 1
My pictures from the youth and juvenile races can be found here if anyone is interested

http://www.flickr.com/photos/23436318@N03/sets/72157604080555741/

Richard Wood
19/02/2008 12:40:50
topic: East Kent

lenney
Posts 1
Looking for people to train with in the Ashford/Canterbury general area. I'm a top 10ish sport rider at gorricks at the mo, would be good to ride with some people equivalent or better ability, to build up the training for the coming season.
18/02/2008 10:12:57
topic: Are there any plans for electronic timing

admin
Posts 5
In a word Yes!

For about a year we have been hard at work designing the next generation of timing system, one of the many new additions will be RFID. At the moment have just started testing the basic system, watch this space for updates and more details on the new features.
17/02/2008 22:10:48
topic: Car Share from Wokingham area

gco2e
Posts 2
For all events in the Gorrick, Southern and NPS series 2008

Call me a few days prior on robinsmith3(AT)gmail.com

Cheers
Robin Smith
17/02/2008 21:54:48
topic: Are there any plans for electronic timing

gco2e
Posts 2
At the XC events. Might make it easier to collect the data?
17/02/2008 20:53:45
topic: New Website

pwoody
Posts 1
well this looks good
well done out there
I hope to see you at the next gorrick race
keep it up
10/02/2008 18:06:25
topic: New Website

GB
Posts 1
"Not just timing"

Nope, they also do encouragement / **** taking as deserved and also drinking in good quantities.

Thanks for today guys, great race in Thetford.

GB
07/02/2008 22:44:55
topic: Does anybody need a team member

admin
Posts 5
for Bristol Bike fest?
07/02/2008 22:44:06
topic: looking for people to train with

admin
Posts 5
in the Berkshire area
07/02/2008 22:40:32
topic: What topics would you like on this forum -

admin
Posts 5
Have your say!!
06/02/2008 09:17:19
topic: New Website

mike_1stgear
Posts 1
yep looking good
02/02/2008 16:14:38
topic: XC Enduro"Are You Tough Enough"

MattS
Posts 2
or just click on the link in the calendar!!
02/02/2008 15:13:36
topic: XC Enduro"Are You Tough Enough"

pants
Posts 2
The XC ENDURO 2008 "ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH" brought to you by the Army Cycling Union(ACU) in association with GORRICK MBC are holding a XC Enduro event for both Military and Civilians on the 29th June at Porridgepot Hill, Nr Deepcut, Surrey, this is a first and will not be the last. The event will be in the form of a 4 hour race, 2 hour race, as well as a fun race, it will be around 8-10 miles per lap.
The course will be a mix of fast flowing and technical singletrack, fireroads and tracks to give the legs a break and not forgetting the odd short sharp climb here and there to let you know that you are ALIVE. If you have raced at Porridgepot before with GORRICK you may think you know the course and the area, but don't be fooled there is alot of unused and new stuff built by the ACU for the Army, so come along to see what the ARMY has to offer, as well as "ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH" can you take up the challenge.

There will be generous prizes for the top three placed riders in each Category as well as fantastic numerous spot prizes throughout, provided by our generous sponsors and supporters, such as.....................................Something to look forward too.

Merida Bikes UK are Sponsoring this event in partnership with Atomic Bike Co.

Merida UK are showing off there new range of Full Suspension Bikes, The 96, as a first look to the public and you will be able to place orders on this new series of bikes, which is a worlds first 9KG in weight, as well as having a go on one(subject to availability) So make sure you put this date in your Diarys and come along and take a look at the bikes, as well as racing, there will be other Merida bikes and products available on the day.

For more Info go to www.armycycling.co.uk
02/02/2008 15:08:29
topic: New Website

pants
Posts 2
Well Very Good, much better looking etc lots of info and good to have a forum.
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