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Cross Country

Special types of event where 4 x 4 and special 2wd vehicles compete "off-road". Great fun for competitors and marshals; with lots of events every week, some are bound to be near you.


Further Information:


Clubs involved with Cross Country:
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Beds, Herts & Cambs LRC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area:
Primary Association:
BHCLRC is an independent Land Rover club that offers a balanced calendar of Trialing, green-laning and social events. Every effort is made to make new members and their vehicles feel welcome whatever their level of interest or experience.
Contact:
S Griffiths
email:
secretary@bhclrc.co.uk
Website:
www.bhclrc.co.uk
Birmingham LRE
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: West Midlands
Primary Association:
We currently meet at the Bassett's Pole Public House off the A38/A446 near Sutton Coldfield on the second and last Thursday of every month
Contact:
Hayden Gennoe
email:
committee@blrec.co.uk
Website:
www.blrec.co.uk
Borders ORC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: Scotland
Primary Association:

Contact:
Stephanie Dalgliesh
email:
enquiries@bordersoffroadclub.co.uk
Website:
www.bordersoffroadclub.co.uk
Breckland LRC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Marque
Geographic Area: Eastern England, South East England
Primary Association:
The Breckland Land Rover Club was formed in 1971 by a small group of enthusiasts and has now grown to be a major grouping of owners, drivers, interested parties and even unwilling partners! In its early days, the Club had access to the Stanford Battle Area near Thetford - a trials and safari area second to none - right in the middle of East Anglia's 'Breckland' hence the name for the Club.
Contact:
S Eltringham
email:
secretary@brecklandlrc.com
Website:
www.brecklandlrc.co.uk/
British Army Motorsports Association
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
Formerley the British Armed Forces Motoring Association, is now the British Army Motorsports Association and recognised by the Army Sport Control Board as an official military sport.
Contact:
Lt Col Ian Licence
email:
DESLEGSG-SLV-Core-ReqMgr@mod.uk
Website:
www.armymotorsport.com
British Motor Sports Association for the Disabled
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
The Association was formed in 1987 to assist the disabled, insulin dependent diabetics and those with other medical conditions, to obtain their competition licences from the Motor Sports Association (MSA).
Contact:
David J Butler
email:
david@justwebs.co.uk
Website:
www.bmsad.co.uk/
Buchan ORDC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: Scotland
Primary Association:
BORDC is based in the NE of Scotland with venues ranging from Forfar in the south, Fraserburgh in the north and Speyside in the west. The membership is typically 100+. Every month we hold a cross country trails event on rough ground such as disused quarries and 3/4 times a year we hold a cross country orienteering event in a large and open forest. Once or twice a year we also arrange a forest drive to which families are also welcomed (road taxed vehicles only). Most events are open to road taxed and non-road taxed vehicles with classes to suit standard, modified and extreme vehicles such as 4WD buggies. Some club members also participate in some of the challenge events such as the Tay Forest Challenge, Muddy Truckers, Phoenix, Scotia etc. in Scotland and the north of England. New members are welcome with existing club members happy to provide advise and assistance.
Contact:
Mrs M Hillerby,
email:
t.m.hillerby@btinternet.com
Website:
www.www.bordc.co.uk/
Burnham Off Roaders
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: South West England
Primary Association:
We meet at: The Royal British Legion Brooke Path Cippenham Slough Berks on the first wednesday of every month starting at 20:00.
Contact:

email:
webmaster@burnhamoffroaders.org.uk
Website:
www.burnhamoffroaders.org.uk
Bux & Oxon 4x4 Response Group
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country
Geographic Area: East Midlands
Primary Association:
The Club meets monthly on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 8pm onwards at the following address: The Plough, Marsh Gibbon, Nr. Bicester OX27 0HQ
Contact:
Roger Taylor
email:
chairman@borg4x4.org
Website:
www.borg4x4.org
Buxton & District LRC
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Main Disciplines:Cross Country, Radio, Marque
Geographic Area: North West England
Primary Association:
The club was started some time in the late 1980's as a group of like minded people interested in Land Rover's. Later the club started green laning and trialing, the club has since gone from strength to strength and has grown and developed a lot over the years. The club has now become MSA affliated, the govening body for motor sport in the UK. The club runs all its events under a MSA permit and plans to venture out into many aspects of off road motorsport. We regularly hold events in and around the Peak District.
Contact:
Matt Thompson
email:
Matt01@ntlworld.com
Website:
www.badlrc.co.uk
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