SXC SERIES REGULATIONS (2019 UPDATE) 1. General 1.1 The Scottish Cross Country Association (SXC) Series of races is run under the current rules of the British Cycling (BC) Mountain Bike Technical Regulations. 1.2 The SXC Series is classed as a Regional A race under BC Technical Regulations. 1.3 The Series will normally consist of 6 events, including the Scottish Championships. 1.4 If, for unforeseen circumstances SXC need to alter any rules, notification will be made via the
1.1 All riders and parents must act in a fair and sporting manner at all times. Races for
children under the age of 12 are for the development of young riders and fun for
everyone is the main objective!
1.2 Online entries close at 23:55 the Wednesday before the race.
1.3 There are no on the day entries for the U12 race (this is available for U8/10).
1.4 Race categories are determined by age on 1st January: 12 and under (U12)…….born in 2007 and 2008
10 and un
This is only intended as a guide, full rules are available on the website.
Scottish Cross-Country (SXC) is a series of six off-road mountain bike races, run from March to September. One of the races will include the Scottish Championships. The series has races from age 12 to Super-Vet (60+). There is also an Under-12s short race at each round. General information: Race day schedule can be found at the bottom of the page. You must have a helmet, and bar plugs on your bike.
RULES AND REGULATIONS (2018 Update) 1. General 1.1 The Scottish Cross Country Association (SXC) Series of races is run under the current rules of the British Cycling (BC) Mountain Bike Technical Regulations. 1.2 The SXC Series is classed as a Regional A race under BC Technical Regulations. 1.3 The Series will normally consist of 6 events, including the Scottish Championships. 1.4 If, for unforeseen circumstances SXC need to alter any rules, notification will be made via the S
With the huge success of the SXC Under 12 Race Series and the ever increasing numbers, we felt that now is the time to publish rules for the competition. Please take the time to read them, as they are there to make the races safer, more fun and fairer for all our young riders. U12/10/8 Rules and Regulations (2018 Update) 1. General 1.1 All riders and parents must act in a sporting manner at all times. 1.2 On-line entries close at 12 midday on Friday before the race. 1.3 There
Over the past few years the riding ability of our U12 riders has grown and grown. Unfortunately the challenge of their course hasn’t risen at the same rate and many find the step up from the U12 course to the full adult course a big shock; in terms of distance, technical difficulty and lack of marshal/adult support. In order to make this transition easier for our 11-12 year old riders and to make their race more exciting and interesting we plan to radically change their race
We are now able to announce the dates for next year’s SXC series.
- Round 1 - 26th March Cathkin Braes
- Round 2 - 30th April Dunoon
- Round 3 - 18th June Fife
- Round 4 - 20th August Dalbeattie
- Round 5 - 3rd September Glentress (Scottish Champs)
- Round 6 - 17 September Kingussie Due to the changeover in organisers this year’s series was slower than normal being organised. This coupled with other events, changing dates and the increasingly busy biking
Guide to SXC Race Categories (updated Jan 2015) For all those folks thinking of coming along and trying their hand at Cross Country racing for the first time, or after a break away from the sport, here's a wee explanation of the different categories to help you know what to enter. ELITE - these are the super fast guys and girls who hold and Elite race licence as issued by British Cycling. Always worth watching to check out their lines and how well they carry sp
Thursday: Online entries close at 23:55pm.
Saturday: The course will be marked and open for pre-riding on the Saturday afternoon.
6.00am Fish, Jason and others will have been setting gazebos, sign on, generator, sound and 100 other things – please bear this in mind!
9.30am – 10.30am Sign on for morning races.
9.30am – 10.30am Course open for pre-ride.
10.45am Go to the start line for the 11am races.
11.00am Morning races start*.