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Last update 20th April

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Next Dead Easy Trial details added see

Videos from 1991 click here

Loads of events coming soon see➡

Tower Trial Sunday 8th April 2018 Results here and pictures here    Observer list and route details here

Staffs Moorlands 1st April 2018 - 2nd Club Champs Trial Manor Farm results here and pictures here

Dead Easy Trial 31st March 2018 Haslin results here and report here

BemroseTrial 25 March 2018 results here and pictures here

Bemrose Trial 25thMarch2018 programme here and observer list here and see ➡

Next Staffordshire Moorlands Trial details see ➡

Next Dead Easy and Tower Trial details see

Staffs Moorlands 25 Feb 2018 1st Club Camps Trial results here and pictures here

Dead Easy Trial 11th February  2018  Results here, pictures here and report here

Pictures from Sheffield & Hallamshire's Trial at Stone Edge Quarry 28 Jan 2018 click here

Fisher Trial Sunday 14 Jan 2018 results here and pictures here

Lots and lots More here including everything from 2017



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

Practising at ANY C&NW Trials venue, with the exception of Hawks Nest & Alvanley Trials Ground (by prior arrangement) 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!

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For 2018:

 (See ACU Handbook TSR1 for details)

Youth Age Groups
A Class born between 01.01.01 and 31.12.02
B Class born between 01.01.03 and 31.12.05
C Class born between 01.01.06 and 31.12.08
D Class born between 01.01.09 and 31.12.12
E Class: minimum age 4 years at the date of competition and born after 01.01.13. 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 Class 125cc Mono or 250cc Twinshock, and Electric up to 10 bhp measured at the rear wheel

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

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

D Class Medium 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

C & D class may be split by wheel size:

C class: standard and medium

D class: medium and small

Wheel sizes

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


"Pic' of the Day"
Mark Reynolds captured here by Rick Stewart enjoying the Bemrose sections and brilliant Peak District countryside

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Edgar Trophy Series 2018

Dates: 14th Jan, 1 July, 16 Sept, 10 Nov



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DATES 2018

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Date Club Event Details
11AM Monday 7th May Man 17 Dead Easy Trial

Enter at start

VENUE:Heaton House Farm, Ruston Spencer, Near Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 0RD. OS map ref SJ 948 619

 COURSE: The course is wholly on private ground.

The sections will have 2 routes and will be such that an experienced Novice would expect to finish on not more than 5 marks. The harder route course will have sections where an Expert should finish clean and an experienced Novice should expect to finish on less than 20 marks. There should be no need for a Conducted Course as the Dead Easy route should be suitable for small wheeled and electric bikes. Those with electric machines should bring spare batteries if possible.

 METHOD OF MARKING: TSR22-A  Stop permitted

Roger Townsend 07849 470852

Manchester 17's 2018 full dates list

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