A Get Well Wish

We are pleased to hear that Andrew Walker came home from hospital last week, after suffering a burn injury riding the Scott Trial.  Andrew is pleased to be back home and we wish him all the best from RMC and The Scott Trial.

Scott Trial Charity Auction Update – Thank You!

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2015 Scott Trial Auction – photo credit & copyright John Hulme-Trial Magazine UK

Many thanks to all those who supported & bought items at the Scott Trial Charity Auction last week, prior to the Results and Presentation of Awards.

This year’s Charity Auction raised over £2,700, a fantastic amount, which will go towards the various local charities and causes supported by The Scott Trial.

A huge thank you also to all those who donated fabulous items to sell in the Charity Auction:

Trial Magazine UK/John Hulme, Edinburgh & DMC SSDT Committee & Pre ’65 Scottish Committee, Richmond Motor Club, Malcolm Rathmell Sport,  AG Bikes,  Apico, NMC-Copley, The Buck Hotel Reeth, MC Products Ironcraft, Neil Sturgeon, J Gamble Electrical, Putoline Motorcycle Oils, The Farmers Arms Muker, Smith & Allan, Forresters Arms  Carlton, Craigs Motorcycles Ltd, Richard Thorpe/RHT, Alessandro’s Sicilian Restaurant  Richmond, Colin Appleyard Motorcycles, Rob McElnea, CJT Off Road, John Lampkin Beta UK, J Shirt/Gas Gas UK, Nigel Birkett Motosport, Trials UK, Acklams Beta, Jewsons of Richmond, Tennants Garden Rooms, Colin Bullock/CJB, Moto Connection, James Percival, Inch Perfect Trials Display, Jim Austermuhle, CB/Punch Bowl Inns, Dougie Lampkin, Pete Edmondson.

LOST PROPERTY AT SCOTT TRIAL – CAN YOU HELP?

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We have had a couple of reports of lost property around the course on Scott Trial day.

A large bunch of keys with a dog clip to attach to a belt loop, possibly lost around the Grand Canyon or Clapgate section areas.

A pink tablet, possibly lost around the Bridge End section area.

If anyone has seen these or has picked them up, please could you let The Scott Trial Secretary know by emailing scottsecretary@richmondmotorclub.com or phone 01748 886434

Many thanks

 

 

Thanks from Rob McElnea

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Cristian Naranjo Roan from the Canary Islands rode the Scott this year with the help of former Grand Prix road racer and triple TT winner Rob McElnea.  It was a pleasure for us to meet Rob and Cristian and the extracts from Rob’s thank you below, along with the photo show that The Scott Trial has made an impression on Cristian too!

Just a quick note to say thanks for all your help leading up to and over the Scott weekend, I am fully aware of how much you have on your plates without a foreigner turning up ! it is fair to say we have all made a life long impression for Cristian !
 From watching the DVDs for the last four years to eventually getting to compete (and complete the course) is nothing short of amazing ! having never ridden in water never mind a 70 mile lap over the moors it was pretty incredible what he did, we managed to get to see him a couple of times and he never stopped smiling!
Meeting up with Phil Alderson and his family and getting a little tuition from the old master was another memory bank filler for him, Richard Sadler and his gang took him around on Saturday and he got to meet so many of the trial family and your fantastic Richmond club.
He has a great personality and seemed to have many followers over the weekend, digging in Scott style certainly gained him some respect!
I have dropped him at Luton Airport, he flies at 6am Monday and is on night shift when he gets home, bumped back to reality!

The Scott is a monster and to see it close hand the work involved and to follow with the fans and get to feel for the passion was fantastic, our sport either road racing or trial is built on passion and the Richmond club have it bucket loads !!

Once again a big thanks from Rob Mac Team !
Rob, Pollo, Luis

BBC ONE INSIDE OUT FEATURING THE 2015 SCOTT TRIAL 26/10/2015

 

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Many of you will have noticed the BBC outside broadcasting unit following round this weekend at the Scott Trial.

The feature will be shown on BBC One’s Inside Out programme, with reporter Paul Rose, on Monday 26th October at 7.30pm on BBC One Yorkshire & Lincolnshire (Sky channel 957 if you are in another region) or can be downloaded after the broadcast on BBC iPlayer.       www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06kjbrr