With less than three weeks to go until the Northern round of the Bucci UK Minibike Nationals, the excitement and anticipation is building for what is going to be a great way to kick off the 2014 Minibike season.

Minibike racing has grown massively over the last couple of years in the UK, largely down to the introduction of the Minibike Championship affiliated to the MCF. Who have helped bring Minibike racing into the public eye with TV coverage, race reports and talented British riders, such as the current Pro class champion, Todd Kellet.

The two National meetings should attract a great mix of riders and spectators with the Northern National being held at the fantastic venue of Keirdan Park, Scunthorpe – a track that has played host to the Minibike British Championship for the last couple of years, as well as hosting regular practice days all year round.


The Southern round will kick into life at Sussex Pits in April. Pre entry opens this weekend March 1 on the Minibike champs website www.minibikechamps.com so get your entry in today to avoid disappointment.

Groups for the first the Northern and Southern Nationals can be seen below:

Kids 50cc – 20 spaces
Youth 65cc – 15 spaces
Youth 125cc – 15 spaces
88cc Pro Minis – 30 spaces
Stock Mod – 30 spaces
Vets – 20 spaces
Pro/Amateur – 60 spaces

The two-round Bucci Minibike Nationals are being run by the Minibike Champs team. A series which continues to provide great racing and even better overall events with Transponder timing, photographers, ToofastMedia and reporters from some of the leading publications adding to the professional vibe at every round.

With the premier Minibike champs team running the National meetings you can expect great battles and flawless performances from the UK’s best. You can check out the British Championship calendar that kicks off in May and all the latest news and information at their website www.minibikechamps.com.