Llanidloes based Hafren Dirt Bike Club host the penultimate round of the British Solo Trials Championship on Sunday, September 30.

The cream of British trial biking will descend on the town with end of season championship points at stake.

The event will see 40 of Britain’s best trials riders tackling a course comprising of three laps of 12 sections while pitting their skills against natural hazards including steep sided rocky gullies, streams and muddy banks.

Several World Championship riders will contest the championship class, including current leader and multi British champion James Dabill.

Also confirmed for the starting line-up is 2017 British champion Jack Price, the Peace brothers Dan and Jack who make the trip from Yorkshire and Toby Martyn from Cornwall.

Local interest will focus on Llanidloes’ Hugo Jervis who competes in familiar surrounding fresh from competing in the World Championship and completing his first year in the top British Championship class.

Other Welsh riders include 2017 World Trials champion and current Welsh champion Iwan Roberts of Blaenau Ffestiniog while brothers Gwynedd and Iwan Jones of Maentwrog compete in the masters and expert classes while Aberystwyth’s Gareth Richards will also be in expert action.

The event is being staged at Glynhafren Farm in Llanidloes, home of 10 time British enduro champion Geraint Jones.

Parking and admission for spectators is free and all are welcome with the main event starting on Sunday at 9.30am.

Hafren DBC spokesman Rowan Jones said: “It should be a great weekend of competition.”