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  1. NEW YEARS EVE. 11.00am startShropshire TC are holding the 4th round of this years Winter Championship on New Years eve which falls on a Sunday this year.The venue is Morgans Coppice Farm which is adjacent to the famous hills of Hawkstone Park in Hodnet, Shropshire, postcode (TF9 3LH).With 4 routes on offer including a beginners route, there really is something for everyone. A 11am start is scheduled with licence and non licence holders welcome. What better way to finish the year off than riding your bike and then heading home for your new Years Eve celebrations. Its a cracking venue with plenty of parking. All sections in walking distance if you bring someone along. Possibility of burger van or roast, to be confirmed nearer the day. Come and have a fun day out. Also worth bearing in mind that this is a very clean venue and you probably wont need to clean your bike after, so you can get straight on with your New Year celebrations Entry form attached should you want to enter in advance. Shropshire TC Trial 31st Dec 2017[18955].pdf
  2. Hello frenchy3. Where are you based.? we're in the midlands. One of our club members has a very nice scorpa for sale. Around the £1000 mark. Wouldn't normally recommend a bike but I recently heard he had it for sale. He's an older generation rider and its been used for exactly what it was meant for, cleaned and maintained properly. Tom
  3. Results Knighton 24.09.17.xls
  4. Acorns Mcc are putting on the final round of the Amca summer series. 11.00am start at Knighton, Chetwynd, near postcode ST20 0QY Sign posted off A41 near Newport All classes catered for including beginners. everyone welcome If you've never been to Knighton its a cracking venue with a wooded area that has some good technical stuff with some interesting climbs. Also a stream further down the field with a few rocks and a good long climb back up the field. Plenty of parking and definitely worth a visit. Come along and ride for the points, for fun or to beat your mate Hope to see you there.
  5. Results from the trial. Shatterford Results 30.7.17.xlsx
  6. Hi all, Sutton Coldfield Trials Club is putting on a trial at Birchwood Farm, Shatterford, Kidderminster/Bewdley It will be sign posted off A442, Near postcode DY12 1TP Its a round of the Amca Summer Championship but everyone is welcome to come along and ride regardless of whether your riding the championship or for fun. There will be something for everyone from Expert to Beginner. Will be suitable for the youngest riders on the small wheel machines. It's 11am start, 10 sections, 4 laps of the interesting venue that has plenty going on. Enough to entertain everybody. Discounted entry if you bring an observer Hope to see you all there.
  7. Results from today Howards Wood 9.7.17.pdf
  8. Ah yes, sorry Fraser, didn't put start time.!! All our Amca trials start at 11.00. Hope to see you there. If you fancy a ride, come earlier, enter the Beginners and just have a practice?
  9. Next round of the Amca Championship will be put on by Sutton Coldfield trials club at Howards Wood. Near Kingswinford/Kidderminster Everyone is welcome to come and ride. Classes for ever level, Expert to Beginner. Sign posted off A449 Kidderminster to Wolverhampton road. Near postcode DY7 5AJ Cracking venue with some great climbs and drops. Natural terrain with old school sections. Always great atmosphere at this venue It is a round of the Amca Summer championship. No licence is required but if you want to score points, You will need an Amca licence, apply at Prizes for top 10 in Championship
  10. Results from Hobs Hole Copy of Trials results Hobs Hole 1.7.2017(12300).xls
  11. Hi Yogibear, we have a trial tomorrow evening at Penkridge, details in the calendar. Also Saturday afternoon at Hobs Hole lane, Aldridge near Walsall. Then next Sunday at Howards Wood near Kingswinford on A449. Would be great if you came along to one, use it as practice and an experience if you like. If you make yourself known to me I'll give you a run down of whats going on etc. You'd be made very welcome
  12. Walsall mcc will be setting up round 4 of the Amca Summer Championship at Hobs Hole Lane, Aldridge, Walsall. Near postcode WS9 0LR. It will be sign posted off A452 Chester Road. Between Plough and Harrow and Old Irish Harp pubs. As always something to suit all classes from Expert to Beginner. Everybody welcome If you've never been to Hobs Hole Lane then expect some technical challenges and nothing death defying. There are various obstacles apart from the natural terrain of some hill climbs and drop ins. Bruce has been working on logs, tree trunks and step climbs to bring something different to the trial. Its on Saturday 1st July and starts at 3.30pm. Its a round of the championship and if you want to collect the points, make sure you have an Amca licence, apply at, Also includes Overall youth Championship sponsored by DL Motorcycles Doesn't matter if you ride for fun, the championship or to beat your mate. It's a relaxing trial with a good atmosphere. There is also plenty of parking. I've attached entry form if you would like to enter in advance Hope to see you there. Hobs Hole Entry 01.07.2017[12106].doc
  13. Ok Ralph. Our next round is at Hobs Hole Lane, Walsall mcc on Saturday 1st July. 3.30 start. If you are free that afternoon, be great if you can make it. If you make yourself known to me I'll get you upto date on all thats happening Tom
  14. In fact Ralph, you must be Midlands Area. If you speak to me at a trial I'll direct you to a club nearest to you. Penkridge, Shropshire, Sutton Coldfield, Acorns, Ibex, Walsall or Wyre Forest. You can get info on our trials at, Trials Central and on Facebook (midlands area amca trials forum) cheers Tom
  15. No Ralph this is not a problem. To make life easier and to push Amca licences, we agreed to allow them when applying, as you pay a licence fee and become a member of the Amca. We shall be getting non club members to join a club that best suits them once they have got started. As the Championship grows we are aiming to get back to the old format. I am assuming you talking about Midlands Area Amca. Tom