Above: Tom Minta
White Rose winner 2018: Photo Credit: Nige Pearson

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21st February: Annual General Meeting:

The yearly meeting to discuss the club business for the following year. This is the one where club rules etc could be changed. All club members are invited to come along and have their say about matters which may affect them!

Start time 20:00 prompt at Club HQ.


16th February: Annual Dinner:

A while away yet, but here is the menu to whet your appetite.

Dinner Menu


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Presidents Trial

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Latest Trial Report

Trial Pics

White Rose : John Bolton : Nutexa
Stan Pitts : Steve Walker

Karting Event

We intend to have at some future date, yet to be decided, a karting event together with members of Horsforth DMC.

Any member interested in taking part, let us know of your interest via contact page or any official.


Year End Results

Following the Presidents Trial the year end winners award list has now been compiled and added to the previously published list.
What have you won?


Check awards list here:

Check points table here:


Presidents Trial

A dry and fairly mild day at Post Hill for our Presidents Trial this year. In winter at this venue tyre grip is at a premium and making the most of what grip there was; Martin Crosswaite took the premier award losing just 5 marks for the 39 sections. Coming in second was club chairman and an experienced club rider Nigel Crowther.


The 50/50 route was won by Andrew Jackson, another experienced campaigner also losing 5 marks.


On the clubman route, Chris Johnson had a fairly convincing win losing only 2 marks on this route.


Post Hill

A fairly mild (for late November at least) day for our last club championship event of the year. Just 20 riders turned out to support the event and 4 observers, this meant that even with a shortened circuit and only 8 sections per lap some riders were unable to complete the planned 5 laps before the shortage of daylight would have made life difficult, so the decision was taken to reduce the laps to 4.

A similar result to last event with Chris Hunt taking the win on the championship route, but he did have some competition on this occasion.

Also repeating his performance of last event Keith Normington once again went round clean - that's 3 consecutive events for a clean sheet on the Green route!