The 2003 Mountain Bike series: six races, with multiple disciplines in different locations in the UK offering a wide variety of terrain and challenges saw a well contested and well supported season for the Service's mountain bikers.(cycling)

The MTB Series started at Tong Bradford in April, hosted by Dave Smith, from West Yorkshire with a good turn out for the start of the Season with 24 riders. With Paul Daly setting the standard for the rest of the season, comments were made that he should be limited to only one pedal as he cruised to overall victory despite being the old man of the race at the age of 52. This left the sports and the masters to commence the battle that would last all season with Michael Cline from Fife setting the standard in the sports chased by Guy Brown From Cheshire and a four way fight in the Masters between Bing Crosby, George Peers, Graham Pollard and Nigel Clarkson for the top four places in virtually every race

In May the next race at Hamsterley forest with over 30 riders was hosted by Nigel Clarkson and Carl Murphy from Durham & Darlington. …

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