Scott Trial Auction

As always we have some fantastic stuff for the Scott Auction on Saturday.  Special items include old Scott Programmes from 1925 – 1951, check to see if the last one missing in your collection is here!  We also have a pair of Caberstany’s riding boots, various riding suits donated by the likes of Jonathan Richardson, James Dabill, Michael Brown and Dougie Lampkin.  Come along on Saturday night – 8pm onwards at the Cricket Club to pick up some great items.  Pre-auction bids can be sent to me at chris.wallis@richmondmotorclub.com   As always all proceeds will go to the Scott Charities.  Many, many thanks to all those who have kindly donated items.

The list so far is downloadable here:  Scott Auction 2011

Rider Updates

Latest riders in and out are attached here:  Scott Trial Rider Numbers 2011

One of the riders who has had to withdraw from this years Scott but has very kindly told us that there is a family room booked at the Travel Lodge at Skeeby for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening and if someone would like to give a generous donation to the Scott Charities he will let them have the room – please contact me for details chris.wallis@richmondmotorclub.com

Scott Trial Newsflash

We no longer have a waiting list of riders for the Scott this year, and have one place empty.  Is there anyone out there fancies a go at this years epic?  Your chance to ride with the likes of James Dabill, Graham Jarvis, Dougie Lampkin and the two Superbike riders Leon Camier and Leon Haslam.  Just send me an email to let me know if you are interested!  chris.wallis@richmondmotorclub.com

Scott – Latest Rider Updates

We have had three rider changes this weekend.  Mark Napper (riding 77), Phil Mayfield (riding 90) and Keith Tallentire (riding 22) now all have a ride and have moved off the waiting list.  Everyone else has moved up three places.

Please find an updated rider list to download here: Scott Trial Rider Numbers 2011

With less than 2 weeks to go things are getting exciting here at the secretaries base camp!  Programmes are now out so don’t forget to pick yours up at the nearest petrol station pub etc. Unfortunately the  newsagent in Richmond is not selling programmes this year, but The Food Weighouse next door is stocking them instead, as well as Rodbers of Richmond. Those of you wanting one posting just contact our programme editor Julia Robinson – julia.robinson@richmondmotorclub.com .  Riders and observers will receive their programmes on the day.