As a more helpful suggestion seeing as my last post wasn't particularly constructive: Of the people who replied to that previous survey, 75% of those who hadn't been to a comp before said they hadn't done so either because they didn't think they were good enough (50%), or because they didn't have the info available about where they were, how to enter, etc. (25%). It's not a huge sample size, but it's worth noting for the future. There's no reason that anyone should feel that comps are too hard for them because that's the whole reason behind different categories, so if half of the people who replied felt that was the problem then it's worth doing something to try and draw them in. If people aren't getting involved because it sounds like they don't know where the next events are going to be and when then that should be fairly easy to solve too through a few more updates on either club or BTUK websites, or on any social media type pages. Behind the BTUK website, TF and FB were the places people most found out about comps, so trying to put more info up here or a simple post on FB would probably be useful (as a side note, as I mentioned in the meeting before, if you just chose a simple hashtag for whichever club/series is involved, it'd also allow people to find media/info about them much more easily too if it's posted up).
People really piss me off when they see you riding something and just sit right in the middle of your line, cocky got snaked by a little scooter girl other day, everywhere he went she was there. Cool vid dude.