We have a busy period coming up with our own trial on the 19th August at Plattwood Farm the Man17 Dead Easy at Heaton House on August bank holiday Monday and the Sheffield and Hallamshire Rough and Brough Charity trial on the 3rd September .The venue for the Sheffield trial is less than 5 miles from the Hipwell Trial so really local lets see if we can’t get some Macs riders there to support a gate cause.
See the calendar for details and maps to the venue.
Man17 Dead Easy Trial 29-07-17 Results
The John MacDonald Memorial Trial (road) our premier trial of the year is fast approaching this year it will be enter on the day , take a look at the attached flyer for all the info on this years event .
Staffmoorlands Bluestone cup Charity trial results from todays (23-07-17) excellent trial 3 laps of 15 section .
Winner Hard route Sam Yeomans
Click photo for a link to more photos from Scott on section 11
Full Results from Sundays Hawks Nest trophy trial
The old website has had a bit of a remake. Hopefully everything on this new version is easy to find. All forthcoming events, both ours and other clubs are on the calendar displayed on the left of each page – all the details can be found there. In addition there is the fixtures and results page. On here you can find links to the full list of dates, results, reports, photos, entry forms and older results from 2013 to 2016. If I have missed anything please let me know. Any suggestions or additions will be considered – contact details are at the top and bottom of each page .
With the sports governing body – the ACU, now organising the British round of the World Championship near Bradford on the weekend of July 8th and 9th the Federation are delighted to announce that free admission will be given to all ACU Licence holders – both competitors and Officials – at the entrance if they show their membership card.
Since agreeing to run the event approximately two weeks ago much work has gone on behind the scenes to ensure the Trial stays in the original venue which is a mecca for all off road fans with easy access to all the fifteen sections and ACU Directors have been keen to ensure all members have the opportunity to watch this event first hand at minimal cost. The action takes place over two days with the Practice session starting at 11am on the Saturday followed by the new concept timed qualifying session at 3pm which has been the highlight of the previous four events to date this year. In addition, about sixty riders of the future will compete in the morning Oset Trial on a separate pocket hanker chief course within the confines of the Trial area.
Of course, the big day is Sunday when all of the world’s top riders, including the unique Toni Bou, will demonstrate their skills over fifteen spectacular sections from 9am onwards with an early finish time of around 3pm. The course has been designed for all spectators to be able to visit all sections with a dedicated path away from the Trial route for ease and safety.
ACU Chairman John Collins stated, “It is rewarding for the Directors, who have considered many options ahead of this decision, to be in a position where our members can reap some benefits and receive the opportunity to see all of the world’s best riders in action at no cost to themselves. The system is simple, members will just need to show their photographic membership card at the point of entry and they will be allowed in free of charge whilst non- members will have to pay the normal admission prices”.
Members who wish to camp will need to pay the standard camping fee but an informative glossy programme will be given free to all who attend. All ACU licence holders who have already purchased advance tickets will be refunded after the event but the ACU respectfully ask that members be patient as this has to be done methodically.
Full details of the event can be found on the official Trial GP website.