The Women’s Cup takes place as part of the European Junior Cup powered by Honda, with the female riders competing directly for EJC points but having the added benefit of an independantly scored championship.
Avalon Biddle claimed the 2015 Womens Cup Title from second placed Anastassia Kovalenko, after scoring six wins in eight races.
“I’m very pleased to announce that I will be racing in the European Junior Cup and Women’s European Cup once again in 2016!” states Avalon Biddle. “My goal other than retaining the Women’s Championship is to finish consistently inside the top 5 overall. This will be a challenge but something I am willing to put the work in for. I’m really looking forward to getting the season underway with the official test on the 27th of March in Spain. Thanks to everyone who has made this possible, especially my ongoing main sponsors: WIL Sport, CIG and Pole Position Travel”.