BOLT CROWNS HIS BRITISH EXTREME 2021 DEBUT WITH VICTORY
BRITISH EXTREME ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP, RD2 COWM QUARRY
British Extreme moved to Cowm Quarry for Round 2 on the 15th of May. Unlike Round 1 we had last season’s champion Billy Bolt back on the starting line.
Cowm Quarry’s known rocky surface and technical hill climbs became even trickier with heavy rain during PM race.
Rockstar Husqvarna’s reigning champion (BEEC 2020) Billy Bolt made his season debut with a clear victory over the round. After a tough 2h30m run he was the only rider to complete 12 laps.
Team Steer (Sherco) rider Joe Deakin came in P2 and Jarvis Racing rider Jonathan Richardson P3.
Round 1 Extreme Ravines winner and the overall leader William Hoare finished the race with P4.
Post Race Comments
Billy Bolt “Very nice racing today. It was good practise especially after last weekend riding in the mud and it is nice to be back in England. No real mistakes. Because I didn’t walk the track, I just kept it steady for the first couple of laps and then pushed on till the end.”
Jonathan Richardson “The race in general was good Today. I had a bad start and felt down to P9 I guess. At the first couple of laps, I was like chilling and then I got get going, started to recover the positions. Towards the end I was getting lap times close to Billy. At the very last lap when I was in P2 my back wheel got caught to a fence and that caused me losing P3 but in the end I am very happy with the podium and my fitness.”
Round 2 Cowm Quarry Championship Podium
1 – Billy Bolt – Rockstar Husqvarna – 12 Laps – 2h 42′ 38”
2 – Joe Deakin – Team Steer – 11 Laps – 2h 36′ 57”
3 – Jonathan Richardson – Jarvis Racing – 11 Laps – 2h 37′ 34”
Championship General Classification After Round 2
1 – William Hoare – 33PTS
2 – Jonathan Richardson – 32PTS
3 – Joe Deakin – 30PTS