Regulations are now available for three of the most popular classic trials to be held in the north of England, the Lancs County MC Angela Redford Trial, a round of the popular Normandale Classic Trials Series, the Bootle Club's trial the following day which is also a round of the same series and the Nostalgia Trial, organised by the newly named Cumbria Classic MCC, formerly the Kendal Classic MC.
First off is the Angela Redford trial from Lancs County on SATURDAY, August 2 which will be held at the very popular Brookhouse Brickworks venue just north of junction 34 of the M6 at Lancaster. The trial will be over two laps of 20 sections, all off-road at the windfarm above the village of Brookhouse, then the following day the Bootle Club have taken over the running of the trial that Westmorland were originally booked to run, and that will be at Fell Green, Bootle, the venue the club have used for many years. That's on August 3. Both the Normandale trials cater for Pre 75 British Bikes, Twin-shocks, Air-cooled Monos and Veterans over 40/50/60 on modern bikes.
Then two weeks later on SATURDAY, August 16, Cumbria Classic are running the Coniston Brewery sponsored Nostalgia Trial under their AMCA organisation permit at Middleton near Sedbergh where Twin-shocks and all variants of Pre 65 machines are catered for, all riding the same course which proved so popular last year. It should be noted at this point that in the Nostalgia Trial, riders aged 35 years and under will be in the Twin-shock class no matter what type of machine they ride (pre 65 or Twin-shock).