Race Plates

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The club has a preferred supplier for Race Plates. The supplier will print your name and number on a Blackpool BMX Club approved design. They can also supply side plates as well.

New riders or novices can race at local club races with a plain white background and black numbers that must be easy to read!

The guidelines from British Cycling are as follows.

Challenge Classes – These are classes run at Club and Regional events

Male/Boys – Yellow plate, black numbers

Female/Girls – Blue plate, white numbers

Cruiser – All Red plate, white numbers

Riders may only use a race number which can be generated from one of the following:

Novice riders are permitted to use any plate as long as it does not clash with another rider in the class on the day.

Regional Yellow plates with black regional standings numbers and the “.3” regional postscript using their Standing from the previous Summer Series

Their National standing from the previous year. A rider who is riding out of the class in which the standing was achieved must be identified with an “X”.

A current World Championship finalist may use their W1 – 8 Plate until the next World Championships.

A current European Championship finalist may use their E1 – 8 Plate until the next European Championships. In the event of a clash of numbers, the A rider who is riding out of the class in which it was won will must be identified with an “X”

A current British Champion may use their “01” plate until the next British Championships

In the event of a clash of numbers, the rider who is riding out of the class in which it was won will must be identified with an “X” or as requested by Race Administration

Regional Yellow plates with black regional standings numbers and the “.3” regional postscript using their Standing from the previous Summer Series

Their National standing from the previous year. A rider who is riding out of the class in which the standing was achieved must be identified with an “X”.

A current World Championship finalist may use their W1 – 8 Plate until the next World Championships.

A current European Championship finalist may use their E1 – 8 Plate until the next European Championships. In the event of a clash of numbers, the A rider who is riding out of the class in which it was won will must be identified with an “X”

A current British Champion may use their “01” plate until the next British Championships

In the event of a clash of numbers, the rider who is riding out of the class in which it was won will must be identified with an “X” or as requested by Race Administration

If none of the above applies, the last three digits of the riders British Cycling membership number must be used.

 

 

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