This Ticket entitles you an entry into the Girls only Scooter competition category of the 2020 Urban Rider Games
The Urban Rider Games 2020 is here and the date is Good Friday, which is the 10th of April.
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Do I need to pay to watch?
No. The entire event is free to watch so bring your friends and family along for an action packed day.
Do I need to pay to enter?
Unfortunately the Urban Rider Games costs us thousands to put on. We rely on sponsors to help support this event but that sadly this isn’t enough to cover the costs. We only ask £10 per person, per category to enter and that includes a free T-Shirt as long as you’ve entered before the 6th of April.
How do I claim a free T-Shirt?
As long as you register before midnight on the 6th of April you will receive a free official Urban Rider Games T-Shirt worth £15 for free when you pay £10 to enter. Anyone paying to enter after the 6th of April will pay £10 to enter but will not receive a free T-Shirt.
When can I collect my T-Shirt?
Collect your free T-Shirt on the day when you book in or after the event if you have reserved one.
I’m away for the event but still want a T-Shirt.
You can preregister for a T-Shirt as long as it’s bought before the 6th of April and it will cost you £10. After that date we cannot guarantee you will be able to buy a T-Shirt. The cost after the 6th of April if we have any will be £15. To buy a T-Shirt without entering - click here.
What’s “registration” and what’s “booking in”?
“Registration” is where you fill out paper work to say you are competing and then you pay. This must be done before 12pm on the day of the event regardless of category. You can do this by clicking here and paying on line or arriving in store and paying in person.
“Booking in” is to say you are here on the day and are ready to compete – this is where you pick up a timetable, wristband and *T-Shirt. You will also need to sign a disclaimer, which you can do by clicking here and bringing it along on the day signed, or alternatively by bringing along an adult on the day over the age of 18 who will sign for you at booking in.
Can I register on the day?
Registration opens at 10am and closes at 12pm on the 14th. After this time you will not be able to enter the competition. You can book in at the same time or later that day See booking in times.
I’ve registered and paid now I need to book in what’s the book in cut off times?
You must have paid and registered before 12pm on the 10th of April if you’d like to compete regardless of which category you’d like to enter.
Then you MUST book in on the day – collect a *Free T-Shirt and collect a timetable and wristband and hand in a signed disclaimer.
Please note you can book in early for your category and come back but you must be booked into compete before your event starts. If you miss book in then you will lose your money, so please arrive before book in closes for your category.
Book in times:
10am-12pm. If you are in the 8’s and unders, 10’s and unders and Pro 12’s and unders.
2pm-2:30pm for Girls only scooter, Novice and intermediate scooter
3:00-3:30pm intermediate scooter and Pro scooter
6:00-6:30pm BMX and skate Novice
7:00-7:30pm Skate Open
Please note you can book in early and come back – but you must be booked in before the book in time closes for your category.
Whats the times for the day?
***These times are subject to change and should be used as a guide***
10-11:30am - Park open general session £5 per person to ride
10-12:00pm - Registration opens at 10am and closes for under 12’s at 12pm
12:30pm -1pm - 12’s and under scooter warm up
1:00pm – 8’s and under scooter competition starts
1:30pm – 10’s and unders scooter competition starts
2:30pm – 12’s and unders pro scooter competition starts
3:00pm: Girls only scooter and Novice scooter warm up
3:30pm - Girls scooter only competition starts
4:00pm – Novice scooter competition starts
5:00pm – Intermediate scooter and Pro Scooter warm up
5:30pm – Intermediate scooter competition starts
6:30pm - Pro Scooter competition starts
7:00pm -BMX warm up
7:30pm - BMX Competition starts
8:00pm - Skate warm up starts
8:30pm Skate Novice competition starts
9:00pm Skate Open competition starts
I’m entering what kit do I need?
If you are under 18 a helmet is a must. Over 18’s is optional. Your scooter, skateboard or BMX must be safe. Plastic pegs and Peddles on BMX only and Barends. Also Scooters must not have pegs and must have barends.
Your wristband also needs to be kept on for the entire day so we know you’re booked in and safe to ride.
Can I ride on the day?
Yes you can pay to ride the park from 10am-11:30am at the cost of Just £5 per person. Then after 11:30am we close the park to set up and the doors will reopen for the event, which starts at 12:15pm.
Riders will also each have a 30-minute warm up before their competition. Please see timetable.
Will there be food and drink at this event?
Yes, tea, coffees and burgers etc will be available on the day. Plus free fruit for our competitors thanks to our sponsors.
Will the shop be open to buy bits?
Yes from 10am-11:30am and then it will reopen at 12:15pm
Can I take photos?
Yes – Riders taking part in this event will have signed a wavier to consent to photo’s and video’s being made from the day. Please also be aware the press will be here. If you are concerned about your child appearing in the media then we would advise like any major event that this event isn’t for you