Paul Kettlewell

Above: 2017 Club Champion Paul Kettlewell, seen here relaxing on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

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21st April: Trials Practice Day:

11:00 -15:00 Four hours of free practice for £10:00, come along and ride that section you couldn't do until you can clean it!




15th April: Tetley Trophy Trial:

10.30 a.m. at Kingstone Farm Fellbeck Pateley Bridge HG3 5EP. Refreshments available at start area.

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22nd April: Stelvio Trophy Trial:

11am Cockhill Mines, Greenhow, Pateley Bridge. HG3 5LT

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Trials Practice Day

We have coming up on the 21st April the first of our three planned trials practice days. Post Hill will be open from 11:00 15:00. Four hours of trial practice for £10:00, that's got to be good value! Open to all trials riders. As this is being run under an ACU permit, participants need to be an ACU member to be covered by the insurance issued for the event. Non ACU members can purchase a day licence for an additional £3:00.

Post Hill

A rain shower for an hour or so before the start of our second club championship trial of 2018 made for slippery sections until they started to dry out later.

Richard Mellon took the honours on the championship route by a small margin from club chairman, Nigel Crowther. Club secretary, Mark Chippendale made up for this shortfall by taking the win on the clubman route by being best o40 on this route.

Mick Ward got the best performance on the easy route by virtue of a most cleans tie break.

On the green route a very determined veteran in the shape of Mick Driffield managed to keep his feet on the pegs for 36 of the forty sections giving him a convincing win.


Presidents Trial

A few challenging sections were laid out for this year's Presidents Trial, the rain shower before the start adding to the difficulty level. Sam Beecroft-Penny took the win on the main route with a big margin over the second placed man, Liam Walker.

Over on the Clubman route it was club secretary Mark Chippendale who took the win- not such a big margin on this route. Just 2 marks separated him from WL member Mark Forster.