Peterborough Motorcycle Club
The final trial of the Peterborough motorcycle club trial season took place at Harringworth on Sunday with 35 riders turning out on a grey but dry day. The day started with the trophy presentation with the awards being handed out to this season’s winners and once again congratulations to all those that got awards.
The trial started promptly after and on the hard route Martin Bone came out victorious beating Oliver Wareing by 7 marks with Kieren Radley in third 2 marks back on 34 the best youth B class rider was Matt Dixon on 50 marks dropped.
On the middle route novice rider Guy Bradley came out on top dropping 15 marks with twinshock rider Martyn Rushbrook in second on his Suzuki dropping 17 marks the best over 40 rider was Martin Jones who dropped 21 marks and the best youth riders on the middle route were youth B newcomer Michael-John Lefevre on 30 marks dropped and A class Newcomer Edward Jones on 47 marks dropped.
On the white route Adult Rider Andrew Atkin was best dropping 3 marks from Jamie Smith in only his second trial who dropped 5 marks the best youth rider was Jamie Miklosz who also dropped 5 marks.
On the conducted route we had Alfred Alderman riding his Beta he only dropped 55 marks and we hope he enjoyed his day.
So that’s it for another year the club would like to say a big thank you to everyone that came out to support us this year especially to the observers as we couldn’t run trials without you.
Hope you all have a good Christmas and a happy new year and we hope to see you all next year.
Report by Martyn Rushbrook