THE BOGIE RACE 2020

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This is it! This is the regional if not national

meet that everyone is genuinely talking about...

THE 26th Annual

Bogie Race 

 

5-7 JUNE 2020

£25 FOR THE WEEKEND

THE BOGIE RACE 2020 IS PART OF

THE 50TH BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL

BOOKING IS ADVISABLE

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What's not to love? Besides the usual camping antics, contestants come form all over the UK to attempt to win The Bogie Race. Men & women hurtling down a field on their own custom built traditional made bogies.

 

Now were not saying go find an old fashioned pushchair, nab the wheels and make one, BUT if you have never attended this meet your missing out. Spectators and racers enjoy all there is to offer, with local attractions such as the National Coal Mining Museum www.ncm.org.uk is just 2 minutes down the road. Live entertainment, on site bar, ice cream van and more!

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Denby Ln

Grange Moor

Wakefield

WF4 4BJ

RULES

Entries are sought from 2 person teams and each team member must compete in each run.

 

Each individual will complete 2 runs (4 runs per team)

Individuals can only be in one team per bogie

 

A bogie can only be used twice

 

All competitors MUST be Camping and Caravanning Club members and be over 12 years of age.  

(There is no upper limit!)

 

All competitors enter this event at their own risk. Leeds DA and the Camping and Caravanning Club cannot be held responsible for any injuries incurred while participating in or watching this event.

 

In the interest of safety, all competitors MUST wear protective clothing, a crash helmet and gloves.
 

CONSTRUCTION

The construction can be made from wood and or metal but adopting the traditional idea of bogie building, namely a form of transport made in the back yard using anything you can lay your hands on, some screws, nails, a piece of rope and 4 wheels.  It is up to the individual to develop the construction but seriously, we are looking for traditional design with few mod cons and not an F1 model.

 

  • It should be designed to carry one person

 

  • It should be man powered, mechanical propulsion shall not be allowed

 

  • It shall have a drivers seat

 

  • It shall have a number plate measuring 75mm x 75mm (3” x 3”) fixed to the front of the bogie in a prominent position

 

Wheels

It shall have 4 wheels preferably 1 at each corner

Wheels do not necessarily have to be the same size all round

There is no restriction on the type of tyre to be used.

Please make sure your wheels are designed to take lateral force, wheels such as push bike wheels often buckle on bends and can lead to accidents and injury.

 

Maximum dimensions

 Overall length 1525mm (5’0”)

Overall width 915mm (3’0”)

Minimum ground clearance 50mm (0’2”)

Overall diameter of wheels 650mm (2’2”)

 

Optional extras

Steering Wheel

Brakes

Lights

Indicators

Mud guards

S.I.P.S (side impact protection system)

ALL COMPETITORS SHOULD EXAMINE THESE DETAILS AND BRING ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE ATTENTION OF THE LEEDS DA COMMITTEE PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION

2021 THEME

There is a prize for the ‘best dressed bogie’

TBC

© 2020 by Richard Irvine - Proudly created for Leeds District Association

 

Registered Address: Leeds DA C/O The Camping and Caravanning Club, Greenfields House,

Westwood Way, Coventry, CV4 8JH

Company Registration Number: 445520 England

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