Richmond Motor Club are pleased to inform that entries for The Gerald Simpson Memorial Trial and the Blue Bar 2 Day Trophy Pre 65 Trial are now open.

Gerald Simpson Memorial Trial –

This year’s trial will take place on Sunday 17th May 2015. Entries for this event are closed to 150 riders and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Numbers will be allocated in reverse order of receipt. Entries for the Gerald Simpson will close 9th May 2015.  RI Gerald Simpson 2015 Regs

Blue Bar Trophy Pre 65 Trial

This year’s two day event will take place on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th May 2015. Entries for this event are closed to 150 riders and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Entries to the Blue Bar will close 9th May 2015. RI Blue Bar 2015 regs revised new postcode

For any queries or questions regarding the above two events please contact Laura on

Noel Peacock Trial 2015 – Provisional Results

RMC Logoprovisional results for today’s trial ara available to download here:

Noel Peacock 2015 Provisional Results

Richmond Motor Club would like to thank the Landowners, Observers, Clerk of the Course and helpers, Secretaries and anyone else involved in the running of today’s trial, especially is such wet weather. Also thank you to all the riders for entering and taking part.

We have 2 trials next weekend – details and entry forms for you to download and have ready filled in are below :

Friday 3rd April 2015 (10.30 start) – Sid Morton Memorial Trial – Fremington Edge.  Classes for Adult/Green/CM/A Class.  Entry Form – Sid Morton 2015

Monday 6th April 2015 (11.00 start) – Easter Monday Trial – Iron Banks.  Easy Clubman and Youth Trial.  Classes for CM/O40/TS/A/B/C and Small Course.   Entry Form – Iron Banks Easter Monday Trial 2015


Last night Richmond Motor Club’s Scott Trial presented its annual Charitable Donations totalling £16,300 following the success of the 2014 Centenary Trial.

Scott Trial Chairman John Fraser spoke about the trial, thanking all those involved in its organisation and to all the landowners.  Nigel Mackenzie, representing the Centenary Scott Charity Relay Team, presented cheques in excess of £4,000 raised by the team to the Great North Air Ambulance and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. The relay team included Vrjo Vesterinen, Trevor Willans, Joe Buckworth, Glen Scholey, Mark Willis and Carl Tennant.    Treasurer Richard Hague presented cheques to the many local charities and causes. These included, in no particular order:
Swaledale Scouts, Swaledale Mountain Rescue, Reeth & Gunnerside Primary Schools, Ravensworth C of E School, Arkengarthdale Primary School, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Great North Air Ambulance, Leyburn CP School, Reeth Young Farmers Club, Swaledale Seedlings Playgroup, St Johns Centre, Royal Agricultural Benevolent Fund, Friends of the 2 Dales Nursery, Hambleton & Richmondshire Multiple Sclerosis Society, Swaledale & Arkengarthdale Luncheon Club Association, Richmond Cricket Club Youth Section, The Moorland Association, St Teresa’s Hospice, DELTA, Holmedale Pre-School, Richmond Cricket Club, Wensleydale Rugby Club Development Fund, Gamekeepers Welfare Trust, ACU Benevolent Fund, Mowbray Suite & Alistair Bullan Memorial Fund at The Friarage Hospital, Marrick Parish Council for Marrick Institute Fund, Robert Dent Memorial Fund and H & R Carers Centre.

A presentation and thanks were then made to Chris Wallis, retiring Scott Trial Secretary, for all her hard work and dedication, particularly for her extra commitment to celebrate last year’s Centenary Trial.

scott charity presentation by neil sturgeon 2015

Photo Courtesy of Neil Sturgeon