Norwich Viking Motorcycle Club has announced that advanced ticket sales are now available to buy for this weekend’s Lyng round of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels.
Update May 21, 17:24 BST: Lyng tickets now sold out. No tickets will be available at the gate.
Update May 21, 11:17 BST: Lyng MXGB tickets almost sold out — cut-off is 2pm, Friday, May 21. Tickets on the gate are unlikely to be available.
After a bit of a disappointing week for British motocross with the cancellation of the Foxhill round of the Bridgestone Masters and the MXGB round at Desertmartin also getting cancelled, it’s great to see some good news.
The second round of the MXGB series at Cadders Hill will be one of the first major outdoor sports events in the UK to be allowed spectators and the Norwich Vikings are keen to showcase the sport of motocross in the very best possible light.
This is why the club has gone to such great lengths to put an online advanced ticket purchase system in place.
Having fully assessed the implications of Boris Jonson’s statement regarding step three of the lockdown easing roadmap, which came into effect today, May 17, the Norwich Viking Motorcycle Club appointed Eventbrite as the exclusive ticket partner for round two of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship at Cadders Hill, Lyng on Sunday May 23.
The club has put several new entry protocols in place aimed at providing as close to a cash-free admission environment as possible.
The primary system is an online opportunity for fans to purchase tickets in advance, which will provide the club with a fully auditable ticket count to ensure that the spectator limit of 4,000 is adhered to in compliance with the Covid-19 restrictions.
Tickets will be provided as an eticket, or QR code which will be scanned at the entrance on arrival.
Lyng tickets (here) are now on sale and can be purchased from the Norwich Viking website.
The Norwich Vikings would also like to remind fans that there is NO spectator camping available on Saturday evening. However, there are several local campsites that are open and have availability for Saturday evening.
The club will also be using the top gate entrance for spectators which will be clearly signposted from the A47 and then via Heath Rd.
If you feel safe to do so, I would encourage you to support this great club. But please follow the rules — we don’t want to mess things up now. There are no affiliate links in this article.
Admission charges advertised by the club are: Adult £20, Child Under 15 £5, Family Ticket 2+2 £45. Please note there is a small fee for buying advanced tickets.