A lovely sunny day after yesterdays deluge for today’s Easy Clubman and Youth Trial at Hardstyles. Provisional results can be downloaded here: Hardstyles Trial 2019 – Provisional Results Updated
Richmond Motor Club would like to thank the Landowner, Observers, Clerk of the Course and helpers, Secretaries and anyone else involved in the running of today’s trial. Also thank you to all the riders for entering and riding.
Future Events :
17th November 2019 – Eric Ridley Trophy Trial – Hurst – Adults/Green/Clubman and Youth A Riders.
7th December 2019 – Xmas Easy clubman & Youth Trial – Swan Farm, Redmire
26th December 2019 – Albert Shaw Trophy Trial – Hurst – Adults/Green/Clubman/Youth & Small Course
James Dabill – 2019 Scott Trial Winner – Photo Credit – John Hulme
Just one updated score now on the results. An updated set of results can be downloaded here:
2019 Section by Section Analysis
2019 Special Awards
2019 Spoons and Final Results
There are a few spare programmes if anyone missed out on the day and would like one. The cost is £7 including the postage and packing. If you would like one please e-mail your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please make the subject line of your e-mail: ‘Scott Trial 2019 Programme Order’; payment details will be made available by e-mail reply.
Richmond Motor Club would like to give their congratulations to James Dabill for winning this year’s Scott Trial. In near perfect weather conditions for a change!
Provisional results are available to download here:
2019 Spoons and Final Results 2019 Special Awards 2019 Times 2019 Section by Section Analysis 2019 Club Teams 2019 Manufacturers Teams
As always we would like to thank all those who made this year’s trial happen – too many to mention – but especially the landowners without who’s permission we couldn’t run the greatest one day trial in the world especially after the flooding in July. Special thanks must also go to all the riders and supporters who make the trial such a great event and help us to raise so much money each year for the Scott Charities.
With just under 3 weeks to go, Scott Preparations are well on the way. Once again we are not emailing out the numbers and final instructions this year, but you can download a list here: Scott Trial Rider List 2019 – Updated 27-09-19 Please take a good 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.
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 2019
Finally don’t forget that the Official Scott Trial Programme will be available on Saturday 28th September 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: Both Richmond Petrol Stations; CJ Tennants, Richmond; Neeps & Tatties, Richmond; Rodbers of Richmond, Smith and Allan, Darlington; Piercebridge Farm Shop; Coates Garage Scorton; AG Bikes, Low Row. Reeth Gift Shop; Reeth Post office and the CB Inn. 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 £7 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 2019 Programme Order’; payment details will be made available by e-mail reply.
With just 3 1/2 weeks to go to this years epic Scott Trial the Clerk of the Course and helpers have been out sorting out the course. Paul has this message:
“For all those trials riders who have had any problems in the past in Fagger Ghyll this photo shows the extent of the storm damage, this is where that picturesque bridge was at the top of the ghyll, where we used to get out to the right. Sadly the bridge now is in a hundred bits and has left a gorge approx 30 feet deep, so safe to say we aren’t going there!
But don’t worry as we have found lots of new gullies and streams to ride up to help make the Scott trial a very special event once again.”
Clerk of the Course Paul.
There are still rides available if you fancy a go. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org