Please note the road beyond Rotton Wood (Marske) is closed to motorised vehicles and will remain closed for this year’s Scott Trial on Saturday. HOWEVER the car park at Jingle Pot for viewing Rotton Wood sections in the afternoon will be OPEN as usual.
Please remember the one way system will be in operation between the CB and Healaugh, you will be able to get from the CB to Healaugh but not the other way round.
Please park sensibly at all times and think of other road users and locals, who may not be connected with the trial!
Yeadon & Guiseley’s Dave Curry Novice Trial held tomorrow, Sunday 15th October. Please note the venue has changed due to a waterlogged field. The trial will now be held at DOB PARK – OTLEY.
With just under 3 weeks to go, Scott Preparations are in full swing and the Number Boards are ready. We are not emailing out the numbers and final instructions this year, quite a lot of riders having ‘forgotten’ to put their email addresses on the entry forms! Please take a look at the list of riders, numbers and start times to make sure that you know what time you are setting off and to get the right number on your petrol cans. 2017 Scott Trial Rider, Number and Start Times Also please make sure that you read the Final Instructions – this is very important as there is essential information to make sure that you know exactly what is expected on the day etc. When signing on you will be asked to sign saying that you have read and agree to these instructions: Scott Trial Final instructions 2017
Finally don’t forget that the Official Scott Trial Programme will be available on Thursday this week so make sure you get yours (riders you will get one in your rider pack on the day). It contains loads of great articles, spectator information and maps of where to go to get the best out of your day and all proceeds will go to The Scott Charities as usual.
The programmes will be available at the start-field on the day and from the usual local outlets prior to the event. These include: Richmond Petrol Stations; Cross Lanes Store, Richmond; CJ Tennant & Estate Cafe, Richmond; Neeps & Tatties, Richmond; Smith and Allan, Darlington; Piercebridge Farm Shop; AG Bikes, Low Row etc. plus all the usual Reeth outlets. Priced at £5, all profits made from the sales, as usual, will go directly to The Scott Charities. Not going to be at the start-field or in these towns? Why not pre-order your copy by post now, the cost is £6.50 including the postage and packing. This can be done by e-mailing your request to: email@example.com Please make the subject line of your e-mail: ‘Scott Trial 2017 Programme Order’; payment details will be made available by e-mail reply.
With only 3 1/2 weeks to go until this year’s Scott Trial we have a list of riders in alphabetical order for you to download here: Rider List for Website – 27th September 2017
Final Instructions and Rider Numbers will be available next week. Please make sure that you read the Final Instructions very carefully as there is essential information in them. Keep an eye out on the website over the next few weeks for more information on the auction and any updates.
Tickets are now available for this year’s Black Tie Ball & Presentation which will once again include our Farmers Dinner (Invitations to our much appreciated Farmers & Landowners are in the post!)
In previous years the club have subsidised the on sale dinner tickets, but sadly are not in a position to do so this year and, therefore, the tickets will be at full price of £50 each which is still great value as these will include:
- Welcome glass of fizz,
- Dinner of: Confit Duck & Cranberry Terrine, Roast Beef & Yorkshire Puddings, White Chocolate & Vanilla Crème Brule followed by Coffee & Petit Fours
- Bottles of wine on each table.
- RMC Annual Adult Presentation of Awards
- Dancing until 1 am.
Tickets can be booked in tables of 10, 8 or individually. Please fill in and return this form 2017 Dinner Dance Flyer with your payment to avoid disappointment for what will be a great evening to celebrate another year of Richmond Motor Club Trials and thank our Landowners, Farmers and Gamekeepers for their continued support.