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Seaton Delaval In Conducted Adult Trial Experiment

Seaton Delaval Motor Club like many others have suffered from reduced entries in recent months. From extensive discussion in this topic on the Trials Central forums, this is a problem in a number of areas at the moment.

 

It has been pointed out that trials is a very difficult sport to take up for 30 or 40 year old riders who can find an event more challenging than they expected and they can quickly become disheartened. John Barnett has suggested that an adult conducted course for beginners may help introduce new starters to the course with more experienced riders providing guidance as currently happens with younger riders.

 

The next Seaton Delaval trial takes place at Wards Hill in Northumberland on the 17th September, there is an entry for this in the Trials Central calender with a map showing the location. This venue is ideal to try this out as getting round the course between sections is very easy.

 

The club will still provide the regular courses including Expert, Clubman, Easy Course and Childrens Conducted.

 

The conducted adult course will work as follows

 

1 full lap of the trial with experienced riders, sections will be amended if necessary but the usual easy course standard will be reduced.

 

Then either -

 

Riders can complete two laps observed like other riders to obtain a result against fellow conducted riders

 

Or conducted adults may just practice on particular sections they prefer or wish to improve on.

 

All riders must enter the event and fit the provided number to their machine so that they can be observed.

 

Any questions or suggestions please use the existing Trials Central Forum topic or send a personal message to Baldilocks

 

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