Following on from a course inspection this morning and the snow and rain in the past week the Clerk of the Course has sadly had to CANCEL this Sunday’s (18th March) Andrew Allison Memorial Trial.
Please could you pass the message on to everyone.
ACU Trials licence/registration cards MUST be produced at all Richmond Motor Club trials, including Club, Centre and National trials.
Please bring your current trials licence/registration card and have it ready to show when you enter/sign on. If you are unable to produce your current ACU card you will be asked to purchase a one event trial registration on the day at a cost of £3 each.
This is important, as each licence/registration holder should be affiliated annually to the ACU via a local club and as such receives an ACU competition licence/Trials registration card to compete. The most important reason for this is insurance. In the event of any injury sustained we have to demonstrate that the injured rider is a current ACU member and has a valid licence/registration to compete.
Please help us do our job by bringing your current ACU registration card with you to every trial and avoid having to pay an extra £3 on the day for a one event registration.
Please note that we will be checking cards at each trial and remember to bring yours with you. If you have not already registered you can do so from this link: https://www.acu.org.uk/ridersmembers/license-forms.aspx
If you have not already become a Club member for 2018, please print off this form and send with your payment to the address detailed: RMC Membership Form 2018
Our next RMC Championship Trial (The Andrew Allison Memorial Trial) is on Sunday 18th March 2018, DL11 7EG. There will be 3 courses Hard, Green and Clubman with competent C Class and above youth riders as well as adults. This trial’s results will go towards the RMC Championship awards and there will be the Andrew Allison Trophy awarded for the Best Performance on the Clubman Course by a rider who has never competed in a higher course & the Noel Peacock Trophy for the Best Performance on the Hard Course. Start time is 10.30am and there will be catering at the start field. Entries close on the day but if you want to get an entry form filled in before hand you can download one here: Entry Form – Andrew Allison Memorial Trial 2018
If you are able to observe either with or without a bike please email email@example.com
Richmond Motor Club recently held their AGM and prior the meeting were pleased to present donations to
Swaledale Mountain Rescue, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and The Gamekeepers Welfare Trust.
Donations were raised at both the Club’s 2017 Junior Annual Presentation of Awards and Adult Annual Presentation of Awards and
Nigel Cummins, RMC’s outgoing President following a 2 year term, presented cheques to representatives from the 3 charities.
Richmond Motor Club’s newly elected President is Paul Terry.
Photo Credit: Charlotte Brown
A lovely sunny(if a little cold) day in Wensleydale today for the trial. Updated provisional results are available to download here: Dick Horner Memorial Trial 2018 – Provisional Results
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 taking part.
Andrew Allison Memorial Trial (Marske) – Sunday 18th March 2018(10.30 start) – One Course, 3 routes – Hard/Green/CM/Youth (C Class upwards)
Sid Morton Memorial Trial – Good Friday 30th March 2018 (10.30 Start) – Hard/Green/CM/Youth (Competent B Class Upwards)