ACU 50cc Championship 2019.

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ACU 50cc Championship 2019.

#1 Post by brett250aprilia » Tue Jan 01, 2019 7:46 pm

I'm hoping to create some interest in this ACU National Championship run over 6 rounds around the UK. It is open to ACU license holders and 50cc Motorcycles, no autos. We have three classes GP Framed, Road Framed and Classic, regs are available to view on our FB page, ACU 50cc Championship.
We are looking for new riders/bikes for the 2019 season, the grids so far have been reasonable good with 15-20 bikes at most rounds.

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Re: ACU 50cc Championship 2019.

#2 Post by MrPickwick » Wed Jan 02, 2019 4:28 am

Hope you get that interest Brett, sounds worthy, but I dont do social media so wont be able to follow it on FB, anyway welcome to the forum :thumb:

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Re: ACU 50cc Championship 2019.

#3 Post by mikestrivens » Wed Jan 02, 2019 6:17 am

Hello & welcome.. Hope it goes well.
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Re: ACU 50cc Championship 2019.

#4 Post by Slowlycatchymonkey » Wed Jan 02, 2019 7:56 am

Good luck and welcome.

I don’t bother with FB either but let us know how it goes :thumb:
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