The 2015 national series will once again comprise five rounds and will be coordinated by British Cycling in partnership with various regional organisers. Sherwood Pines moves back to its late March slot and reverts to its traditional position as series opener, while round two in April returns to the South West, but will be staged at the established venue of Newnham Park near Plymouth, where organisers Fully Sussed are planning some new features for 2015. Round three teams up with John Lloyd Events in May to visit the Fforest Fields venue near Builth Wells for the first time in many years while the penultimate round in June is at the Cathkin Braes Commonwealth Games venue in Glasgow, run by Scottish XC and Scottish Cycling. The series finale returns to the Cannock Chase course which proved popular in 2015, under the auspices of Run and Ride. The 2015 British Cycling National Mountain Bike Cross-Country Championships take place at the Hadleigh 2012 Olympic venue following the completion of building work which made it unavailable in 2014. Entries will open via the British Cycling website later in the year and once again there will be an early-bird discount for entrants to the full series.