If you are one of the lucky riders who currently has one of our Reeth 3 Day Trophies, please could you arrange their return ASAP with Vicki Andrew by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Brown – 2018 Mintex Winner. Photo Credit Charlotte Brown
The 2018 Mintex has been another great success with a record 54 riders setting off and 45 making it back within the time limit.
Well done to all those taking part this year we really hope you enjoyed your day.
To organise this Youth Time and Observation Trial (our own mini-Scott), Richmond Motor Club had 84 signed on officials for the day and we absolutely couldn’t do it without all of this help. The ratio of officials to riders is pretty high and we thank each and every one of them. We would also like to thank the landowners, farmers and gamekeepers for allowing us to use the land, your continued support is very much appreciated.
The results can be downloaded here:
Mintes 2018 Awards Sheet Mintex Section by Section Analysis 2018 Mintex Times 2018
Just a quick reminder to everyone coming to the Mintex on Sunday and has a trophy from last year. Please don’t forget to bring them with you! Looking forward to seeing you all. Fingers crossed for some fine weather.
MINTEX: This year riders will once again have number boards similar to the Scott Trial and Reeth 3 Day which they can take home as a reminder of their day. Riders and Observers will get a copy of the programme in their packs but for anyone not riding or observing you can download and print out a copy of the programme here: Mintex 2018 Programme
We look forward to seeing everyone bright and early on Sunday morning for what we hope will be a great day.
Following some riders dropping out of this year’s trial you can upload an updated copy of the rider and waiting list here: 2018 Reeth 3 Day List of Riders – Updated 13th June 2018
If you can no longer ride will you please let us know asap as there are still 83 people on the waiting list!
With less than a week to go to this year’s Mintex Trophy Trial the draw for rider numbers and start times has now been made. The programme will be finalized in the next couple of days and will be available for all riders in their packs and put on the website at the end of the week.
Once again we a great list of riders from near and far and the Clerk of the Course Nathan Stones is busy with his team marking out this unique Youth Time and Observation Trial which covers some of the Scott Trial territory and runs on the same rules.
This year’s Trial is on Sunday 17th June 2018 and the first rider sets off at 10.30 am and then at 30 second intervals. The start field is just outside Hurst, DL11 7NW. Catering will be available at the start field.
Those of you who have entered should have received your final instructions and rider list via email today. If not then please check your spam folders and contact Chris Wallis on email@example.com
Please come along and support this unique event, held in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales and cheer on this next generation of Scott Riders!
We look forward to seeing you all onSunday.