Hammoon Gold Rush events in Shaftesbury Dorset

Hammoon Cycles is organizing and promoting the event with the help of friends. Our goal is to bring some great racing to Shaftesbury and to raise money for The Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. All proceeds from running the event will be donated to them.

We are looking for your help in promoting our first Hammoon Gold Rush events in Shaftesbury, Dorset and were hoping you would be able to let your fellow Club Members know about them. 

On Saturday 7th of June we have a hill climb up Gold Hill, it is to be run in-between the cheese races of Shaftesbury Festival. www.shaftesburyfestival.co.uk . There should be a big crowd and we have electronic timing for accuracy and excitement.
Entry is by contacting Hammoon Cycles 01747 850622 or on the line half an hour before your first race run. £5 entry for two timed runs. Trophy’s and prizes for 1st to 5th place. Registering before the event does help us with organization.
On Sunday 8th of June we have a town centre Criterium in Shaftesbury. The circuit is 650 meters long made up of some tight but flowing corners with fast and furious straights. Start and finish is outside the town hall. We have all categories of races on the Sunday from U8/U10 right through to E/1/2/3 Men, and Women only E/1/2/3/4

Entry is via British Cycling’s website. Trophy’s and prizes for 1st to 3rd in each category.www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/109385/Hammoon-Gold-Rush#entry
We need around 20 marshals on Sunday 8th to help with the Criterium race. This would be voluntary but we will be providing radios, water and a pack lunch. If you/your club members are interested in helping us run this event please contact Will Norgan at Hammoon Cycles 01747 850622

If you have any questions then please email me will@hammoon.com or telephone 07779104350 
We very much hope to see some of your riders at the events.

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