Click on club badge to go back to 'Home' page from anywhere

          Terms & Conditions           Enduro Section

Getting Started in Trials   Advice    Rules     Etiquette    Observing Guide  TrialsVenues      Links

Last Update 9 Aug

Latest News

Saturday 10th September 2022 Dead Easy Trial entries opening Thursday 11th August 08:30



Sunday 4th September 2022 Hipwell Trial entries opening Monday 8th August 19:00



"Wobblers Trial" Saturday 30 July 22

results sorted here

results in rider number order here

Pictures here (many thanks to Scott)

report here

route map here

observer list here


Edgar Series post Rowland Trial position  see


Rowland Trial 3 July 2022

Results(1 page) here Results(3pages) here  Pictures here  Report here Programme here


Dead Easy Trial 25th June 2022.

 Results here  pictures here   

report here


Pictures from Congleton's Sidecar 19 June 2022 National here


Dead Easy Trial 14th May 2022

Results here

Picture here

Report here


Lots and lots more here including  all of 2021 & everything else from 2005 until now and some from 1991


Clubs position on Coronavirus here . We will run every event as scheduled as long as we are allowed and the ACU permits

"Pic' of the Day"

Mr Bemrose, Kevin Stannard took his Pampera clean at our first 'Worbblers' Trial on 30 July Captured here by Scott Ellis at Manor Steps

(click picture for our photo library)



Edgar Trophy Series

2022 series current position

Fisher 9th January, Bemrose 26th March, Rowland 3rd July, Hipwell - Hartle 4th Sept  & Northern Experts 12th November.

Final result of 2021 series here



Practice Venues





Join us on Facebook



Club Membership page here     

ACU Trials registration / License Form


Contact Us



All land belongs to someone and riding on it requires the owners permission - simple

Practising at ANY Trials venue, with the exception of known practice venues with the landowners permission (see below) is not allowed

If you're caught by the land owner, or if they find there have been riders practising we will lose the use of the venue completely. NO LAND = NO TRIALS!

Click here for practice venues




DATES 2022

Manchester 17 MCC Trials dates 2022

Cheshire and North Wales Trials 2022

Midlands Centre Events 2022

Please note that the dates linked above are what was planned back in October 2021 and are all subject to change. Please check and see the Events Diary COMING SOON list below for confirmation

Events Diary COMING SOON

Date Club Event Details
10:00 AM Sunday 4th Sept Man 17

Hipwell Trial

for the John Hartle memorial Trophy

Round 4 of 5 of 2022 Edgar Trophy

Entries will open Monday August @ 19:00

Entries can only be made online at between 19:00 Monday 8th August and midnight Thursday 1st September 2022 or earlier if full. The entry fee is 30.00. The maximum number of entries will be 150. Entries in reverse order of entry. i.e early entry = late number

Start is at Perry Dale, Peak Forrest signs from Peak Forest & Sparrow Pit on the A623.OS Map Grid Ref SK 103 810 closest Post Code SK17 8ES. What 3 words: ///perky.policy.oxidation

Course and classes: Course will use public road to access the sections, which are all on private land. There will be about 20 sections and 2 laps of approximately 7 miles. There will be 2 routes with a 50-50 option where on sections marked 50-50 the entry do the harder sections otherwise they do the easier sections. For awards / points Experts do harder red/blue route, Intermediates and 40+ riders do 50/50 route and others do easier white/ yellow route.

TSR22-A Stop permitted.

Observers please and full details contact:

Andy Hipwell 07787 533220



Saturday 10 Sept

M17 Dead Easy Trial

At Harratt Grange Farm, Near Peak Forest, Derbyshire SK17 8E WQ on the A623 Chapel-en-le-Frith Peak Forest Road 1 mile north west of Peak Forest, near Buxton, Derbyshire. OS map grid reference - SK 101 801 GB Grid (just on very bottom of map 118) What3words: ///

The course is wholly on private ground.

The sections will have 2 routes the "Dead Easy" course will be such that an experienced Novice would expect to finish on not more than 5 marks. The harder route on the "Dead Easy" course will have sections where an Expert should finish clean and an experienced Novice should expect to finish on less than 20 marks. By way of the Dead Easy route there should be no need for a Conducted Course but those with electric machines should bring spare batteries if possible.

Entries can only be made online at between 08:30 Wednesday 11th August and 23:30 Thursday 8th September 2022 or earlier if full. The entry fee is 20.00 for adults 25.00 for sidecars and 5.00 for youths. Entry limit 110

Vanessa 07305 560628


Manchester 17's 2022 full events dates list



(everyone welcome to any of our meetings)

Date Details
every Tuesday

about 21.00

Social get together



11th August

 Trials Meeting

 Wildboar A54 Wincle SK11 0QL


location map

September 12th Monday 

October 17th Monday 

 AGM 22nd November  Tuesday

Main Committee Meetings 2022

Start at 20:30 hrs

Main Hall, High Lane Conservative Club

(to left off foyer)

location map




  For 2022:

 See ACU Handbook Trials Standing Regulations  (Page 6 )
TSR.1 for full details

*Note change to B/C class again for 2022:

riders who reach the age of 12 in 2022 (ie born after 31.12.2009) have the option of either:
Moving to the B class in the year in which they reach 12 yrs on a machine up to 125cc (and being eligible for B Class points) a rider MUST be 12 to ride a 125 mono.

Remaining in the C Class for another year on a
machine of up to 80cc and retaining eligibility for C Class points.

Youth Age Groups:

A Class born between 01.01.05 and 31.12.06
B Class born between 01.01.07 and 31.12.10*
C Class born between 01.01.10* and 31.12.12
D Class born between 01.01.13 and 31.12.16
E Class: minimum age 4 years at the date of competition. Minimum age for combustion engine machine is 6 years


The maximum engine capacity and wheel size permitted for machines used in the age groups set out in this Regulation are as follows:

A&B Class 125cc Mono or 250cc Twinshock**, and Electric up to 10 bhp measured at the rear wheel

**Twinshock machines over125cc must have twin rear suspension and drum brakes at time it was manufactured

C Class Standard & Medium Wheel 80cc, and Electric up to 7 bhp measured at the rear wheel

D Class Medium & Small wheel 80cc, and Electric up to 7 bhp measured at the rear wheel

E Class Small wheel Electric powered machines up to 2 bhp measured at the rear wheel

Wheel sizes

riders must enter the class which covers the wheel size of the machine they take part on

Standard Wheel 21" Front 18" Rear
Medium Wheel 19" Front 17" Rear
Small Wheel 16" Front 14" Rear

The above is based on the wheels of combustion engined machines using motorcycle tyres. If other wheels are used as on current Electric powered machines then the outside diameter (total circumference) of the tyre must not exceed that of the corresponding tyre size.

Engine Sizes

Rebores are permitted subject to the resulting engine capacity not exceeding a tolerance of +3cc

Note: ALL pictures appearing on, and linked from, this website were taken by and/or supplied by club members.

All rights reserved. The content of this website, including images, may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of Manchester 17 MCC Ltd

  Manchester 17 Motorcycle Club Ltd - Registered Company Number 05983737