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30th & 31st of March 2013

EEC Site, QR Code

Permit Number: 13-003


Route layout & legends for course. TC6

Lossiemouth Forest

TC5

TC1

Key.

Distance.

= Start/Finish

5.5 miles.

TC4

7.5 miles x2. = Time check.

TC2

2.5 miles. 13 miles.

= Special test, start/finish.

TC3

d ll woo i h n e Birk

= Fuel

There are 2 fuelling areas at T/C 4, and T/C 6 (Start/Finish). T/C 4 and the special test within the forest are accessible ONLY by walking or push bike, so leave your fuel etc’ at T/C 4 which is just as you enter the forest on your left before continuing on to the start area. If coming from the parking area then return to parking by following the signs as a one way system will be in force. We had hoped to have a service and spectator area within Birkenhill Wood, unfortunately we have lost the parking area so now there is no service or spectators at Birkinhill. The forest barrier will be locked on both days from 10.00am! This event would not run without both the help and permission from the Forestry Commission Scotland, please keep the forests tidy, there will be a skip provided for general waste, and please respect the countryside code. We would also like to thank the Moray Council and Grampian Police for their assistance in promoting this event and last but not least thanks to Mr & Mrs Jackson for allowing us the use of Birkenhill wood.

Layout of the start area, Lossiemouth.

KEEP ROAD CLEAR

PARKING, KEEP CENTRE CLEAR.

Old Bothy Key. = Parking = Skip

= Sign on = Pits

= First-Aid = Start

= Scrutineering

= Keep out

= Toilets

= Park here first please

Don’t forget to put your clocks forward one hour before going to bed on the Saturday night!!!

WARNING – MOTOR SPORT CAN BE DANGEROUS DESPITE THE ORGANISERS TAKING ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS, UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN. AS SUCH PLEASE COMPLY WITH ALL INSTRUCTIONS OF THE MARSHALLS AND REMAIN IN PERMITTED AREAS ONLY! 2


Welcome from the club. EEC would like to welcome all riders, crews and supporters to our corner of Scotland. We know how expensive it is to make the trek. Hopefully your efforts will be rewarded by a weekend of great riding on a superb course and with a bit of luck we’ll have some Moray Firth sunshine to keep the crews happy. For many Lossie will need no introduction, having been the main venue for previous, well received British Championship Enduros and also the traditional 2 opening rounds of the Scottish Enduro Championship. For those unfamiliar with this small forest on the Moray Coast here’s a brief description: The forest itself is close to the popular seaside holiday destination of Lossiemouth and the RAF base. Elgin is the nearest major town. The forest is for the most part, fairly flat and is normally very well drained. There are few highly technical sections in the course. The description so far suggests a fairly straightforward ride in the woods. This assumption is common for 1 st time Lossie riders, very few retain this view after a day or 2 racing. Lossie Enduros test rider stamina to the limit, the perceived flat landscape encourages quick riding through the trees but the unseen, bumpy nature and stumps soon start to sap energy. The surface constantly changes, loamy earth merges into loose pebbles but the real sting in the Lossie tail is the sand. Mile after mile of deep, soft sand! Ride it fast and your left with a sense of achievement, ride it slow and you’ll exhaust yourself. Either way it’s a great feature of any Lossie Enduro, the long ride along the “dunes of death” and the tight and twisting special test. This year the first 5-1/2 miles are in Lossie then there’s a 7.5 mile road section which takes us to Birkenhill Wood, the venue for the first special test. Birkenhill is a small privately owned wood that the owners have kindly made available as the venue for our Scottish Championship H&H events. The test length is 2-1/2 miles and for the most part will be fairly flowing. Birkenhill is fairly well drained, but heavy rain can make for slippy going through the trees. The wood has much greater elevation changes than Lossie. After the exertion of the test, a fairly relaxed 7 miles of road back to Lossie Forest, the roadwork is all two way traffic. On re-entry to the forest the public car park will be a fuel stop. The run till the end of the lap is 13 miles long and is probably the toughest section of the course and includes the dunes and the 2nd special test. After the struggle through the dunes there is a very short respite before the test. The Lossie test is long by any standards and is probably the most technical section of the whole course. It is almost 100% sand and winds it’s way through very tight trees. After the test it’s a short ride back to the pit area and the end of the lap. Total Lap length including both woods and road work: 36 miles inc’ the 14 miles roadwork per lap. Refuelling will only be at Pit Area and at Entrance to Lossie Forest. This event has the support and encouragement of local police who will be present on road sections. Check times on road sections will be very slack – there is no need to rush. Finally, All at Elgin Endurance Club hope you have a great weekend and would like to thank you all for supporting our event.

The club recommend the Laichmoray hotel and thank them for their help with rooms for volunteers and their on-going support of the club.

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Elgin Endurance Club. Lossiemouth Enduro SACU Permit No. 13 003 Round 1 of the ACU British Solo Enduro Championship. 30th/ 31st March 2013 Parking and Start at Losseimouth Forest A National Enduro for solo machines to be held under the national Sporting code of the ACU, the 2013 Standing Enduro Regulations, the following Supplementary Regulations and any final Instructions which may be issued. This event will be Round 1 of the ACU British Solo Enduro Championship – regulations for the Championship will apply. Event Secretary: Caroline Thomson, 40 Gallowhill Road, Kirkintilloch , G66 4AJ Tel 07900 361 876 E-mail atholl2caroline.cam40@ntlworld.com

Officials: Clerk of the Course: Kevin C Gauld. ACU Steward: Dave Willoughby. SACU Steward: Charles Mackenzie. Chief Scrutineer: Barry Hamilton. Timing: Elgin Endurance Club. Eligibility:

All riders must be members of a national club and hold a current ACU or SACU competition licence. Any other riders, including Irish participants must obtain personal accident insurance, produce a licence issued by their FMN and a start permission letter confirming they are licensed and have personal accident insurance. Proof of club membership and Competition licences will be required at signing on. One Event Licences, if required for ACU riders cost £10 and for SACU riders it’s £11, this must be paid in advance along with the entry fee. Entry fees will only be refunded (less 10% administration charge) in the event of cancellation of the event or a valid medical certificate or mechanical failure. Public roads will be used as part of the course and riders must ensure that they and their machines comply with all legal requirements including RTA insurance. Please check that your current insurance is valid. One event RTA Insurance is available for those who require it, an application form is included at the back of these regulations Start / Finish. The start area will be at Lossiemouth Forest and will be signed from the junction A96 and B9103 (3 miles east of Elgin). First 3 riders away at 10.00am Saturday. Start Order. Championship 1-10,(as allocated from Overall standings in previous year) Champ E1,E2,E3, Expert E1,E2,E3, Clubman E1,E2,E3, Over 40’s/veteran, Ladies E1,E2,E3, Sportsman. Please ensure correct class, subclass and stroke are all on the entry form. Special Tests. The location and format of the tests will be detailed in the final instructions. There will be a test at

Birkenhill Wood that will be accessible to support crews. The Cross Country tests in Lossiemouth Forest will not be accessible by vehicle or people during the event the forest barrier will be closed at 10.00am on both days, this is a Forestry Commission rule and will be strictly enforced. (Penalty is Disqualification) Because of the small numberthof laps the tests will be timed on all laps. The tests will both be available for inspection from 11:00am on the 29 March.

Fuelling Areas. There are 2 fuelling areas at T/C 4, and T/C 6 (Start/Finish). T/C 4 and the special test within the

forest are accessible ONLY by walking or push bike, so leave your fuel etc’ at T/C 4 which is just as you enter the forest on your left before continuing on to the start area. If coming from the parking area then return to parking by following the signs as a one way system will be in force. We had hoped to have a service and spectator area within Birkenhill Wood, unfortunately we have lost the parking area so now there is no service or spectators at Birkinhill. The forest barrier will be locked on both days from 10.00am!

Security. Competitors must be aware that security of their vehicles and property is their own responsibility at all times. Please ensure you have adequate insurance to protect your possessions. There will be no Parc Ferme provided. Power Washing. There will be no power washing allowed in the service area or in the parking area. This includes Sunday when the event is finished . (Penalty is Disqualification) Goggles. The use of tear offs is not permitted. Roll offs may be used but if they become damaged the rider must stop to collect in the damaged roll.

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Ceud Mile Failte ( A hundred thousand welcomes) Welcome to all the riders and supporters of the ACU British Enduro Championship in this the 100th year of the Scottish ACU. The Elgin club here has run this round at Lossiemouth since 2006 and has got another challenging round with a new woodland test added to keep it fresh. Riders and crew are always assured of a warm welcome in Scotland and hopefully you will get a chance to sample some of the local produce. We welcome back both the established stars of the sport who have ridden here before and also the young guns who are making such an impact on the UK and World scene. Have an enjoyable weekend and a safe one.

Charlie Mackenzie. SACU, Enduro Chairman.

www.scottishenduros.co.uk Message from the ACU. Great to see a British Enduro Championship round back in Scotland. I recall that the last time the BEC was here in Elgin in 2010, the original event had been postponed because of heavy snowfall blocking roads, which meant the huge amount of work the organisers had put in looked to be in vein. Fortunately however we managed to reschedule for a month later and it turned out to be a great event and I think even the weather was excellent. I am sure the organisers will have worked very hard to make this the sort of BEC we have come to expect from this venue. For sure it is early in the year, and there is always a weather risk, but it is intentional that the event runs on the Easter weekend to allow the competitors more time to travel without work loss etc. Moving back to BEC in general, 2012 was disappointing due to fact that events had to be cancelled. The atrocious weather cost the Championship dear and even the events that managed to run were hit hard by unexpected conditions which affected not only courses but also car parking etc. It will never be easy to put on a BEC. Land access and the work involved is far greater than many other events. As someone who has been involved for more years than I care to remember , I have to say that I have never known a period like the present for so may people to criticise organisers for not doing this or that, or generally having a moan. Constructive criticism is fine, but also please has some regard for organisers who put so much effort in to put on the events. This is Enduro, it is traditional time card Enduro, and if we want it to survive, it needs support and it needs entries. I am well aware that to gain entries we need good events, but we also need a positive approach rather than just constant negative vibes. As far as I can see, most of our present organisers are ex riders who have enjoyed the sport over the years and are trying to ensure that today’s riders have same opportunity. There is a huge variety of events now available for riders, and there is a place for all of them, but many such as myself still believe that the tradition time card Enduro is still the ultimate test . Yes of course it is good for the teams and spectators to also be involved, and yes it is good for everyone to enjoy the occasion, but at the end of it all, it is the world of Enduro. It is not circuit racing, it is not a specialised small course, and we should sometimes try to remember what it is actually all about. Formulating a calendar is ever more difficult, and sometimes we move swiftly from not enough events to perhaps too many. It all sounds easy talking in the pub, and it is also easy to wonder why events cannot be better spread out and so on. One of the factors that everyone needs to very seriously consider is that the land available is now very restricted. There are all sorts of pressures on organisers from bird nesting to flowers, and the window when they can gain access to land in is extremely limited. One thing I think we probably do need to seriously look at is trying to work more on a rotational basis with events, so that an organiser runs one year and then perhaps has a year off, and returns the next. Some clubs are already trying to do this I know, and I think we need to try to expand this principle. For it to have chance of success we probably need about 8-10 potential BEC organisers so we arrive at a 5 or 6 round series each year. So, is it time for more organisers to step up to the plate? Is it time for more riders and teams to be involved in actually running events rather than just talk? Saying, this , it is also a fact that we really do have some superb riders at present, and as the established aces are getting older, it is fantastic to see the young riders coming through and our Junior ISDE team of 2012 must be a good indication that there are a lot of positives still to be acknowledged. I hope the event goes well, as I am sure it will. Ride safe. I hope that the 2013 season will be good one, but even at this point I think we are all aware that the waterlogged ground we are experiencing across the UK at present is likely to be given us even more challenges . Fingers crossed for all of 2013. Thanks to this weekend organisers for all their work. Please all respect the environment. Leave absolutely no litter, and a word of thanks to those who have put it all together may not go amiss?

John Collins ACU, Enduro Chairman.

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Some of the riders Derek Little Well the new BEC season kicks off in March and for the 4th time it will be at my home event in Lossiemouth. Having grown up in Elgin and raced at Woodside MX track since my schoolboy days, the progression into the fantastic sandy circuit of Lossie forest was only a matter of time. In the 1990’s we weren’t allowed Enduro bikes in Lossie, so we took to the mountain bikes and developed a route over the months that followed. With Kevin Gauld and helpers now at the helm, the circuit has grown and developed into this years’ 34 mile course. With no rest areas other than at the checks and guaranteed “challenging” check times, Lossie will again be a very physical event! I love riding in sand and the deeper the better! I tied up my first BEC Championship at the Natterjack in 1992 and then repeated it in 2008, thanks to deep sandy tests. I’ve been fortunate to be selected for the GB ISDE team at Junior and Senior level. My debut in Holland (1993) should have been right up my street, but after a top 15 in class start on Day 1, a mechanical put me out in Day 2. Better luck in the deep sand tests of Portugal in 2009 saw me eventually fulfil my ambition and bring home an FIM Gold Medal. That was my 11th ISDE spread over 19 years and I can really appreciate how hard it has been for Paul Eddy to achieve 18 Gold medals from ISDE’s – he is a Legend! Derek pictured at lossie BEC 2006

This is “only” my second year in the Vets class, so relatively speaking I’m one of the young ones. There’s always great competition and with former British Champions like Wyn Hughes, Carl Tiley and last years’ winner Richard Hay in the class, it’s by no means an easy days’ trail riding. Without the officials, marshals and first aiders, these events wouldn’t happen so we all owe them a big thanks. My very special thanks goes out to my Dad Johnny, who’s

supported me and encouraged me through all my riding, from the first time I went solo at age 7 to now – he’s always been there. At 77 years young, he’s still as enthusiastic as ever! Thanks Dad! Thanks for travelling up to our event and Good Luck to all the 2013 Lossie BEC riders!

Ricky Mair

Tom Sagar Well the 2013 season is fast approaching us th with the first round of the ACU BEC (British Enduro Championship) being held on the 30 and 31st March in Elgin. Lossiemouth enduro is one of my favourite rounds of the BEC, an enduro where I have had some of my best results in sand terrain. This year I have returned to a KTM 450cc with support from both KTM UK and Colwyn Bay Motorcycles. 2013 will be my 9th year in enduro, my first BEC experience started in 2004 when I was riding trails at a British level. I turned to the BEC for a bit of fun as during the off season of trials I would often ride a local time card or hare and hounds. The first round of the championship Tom pictured at Lossie BEC 2008 back in 2004 was the Breckland (Muntjac) enduro where I competed in the expert class. The first day was an eye opener th as I finished 16 , day 2 I knew I had to shape up if I was going to be any good at enduro, I managed to finish 2nd. This set me in good stead for round two, the Hafren Enduro. Winning both days at the Hafren set me on my way in the championship, which I went onto win the Expert Enduro title, enduro claimed my heart. This was the start of my enduro career, 2006 saw me clinch the E2 European enduro title, but 2007 was my year. 2007 I won the overall ACU British enduro title, finished 3 rd overall in the World enduro championship and 2nd overall at the gruelling Erzberg enduro. Moving to enduros was one of the best decisions I have made and I hope that 2013 will be as good as previous years. Tom Sagar. Thanks to all my 2013 Sponsors, KTM UK, Colwyn Bay Motorcycles, Dunlop Tyres, Rock Oil, Moose racing, Barnett Engineering, Dr Shox, Rhino Goo, DP Brakes, CI Sport, Samco Hoses, Zeronine graphics, Hollis wheels.

Rising through the ranks of schoolboy motocross from the age 7, Ricky entered his first Scottish enduro in November 2001 finishing 17th Clubman class and vowed never to do another. 4 months later he sat in Thetford forest awaiting the start of the 2002 British Enduro Championship. This was a different kettle of fish and after 2 long days he finished 2nd Clubman class behind future European and British Champion, Daryl Bolter. From then he was hooked and with the support of friends, sponsors and the ACU U23 academy, Ricky chased the British and European Enduro Championship for a further 5 years. Ricky progressed from Clubman to Championship class and has won E1 125cc events in every category travelling all over Europe and the British mainland. Ricky pictured at Elgin BEC 2006

For 2007, Ricky made the switch from enduro to his first love, British Championship Motocross, where he would score points in both MX1 & MX2 and achieve top 10 results in the British U21 Championship. After a brief spell riding full time in Canada, Ricky returned back to Scotland and focussed on the Scottish ACU championships, winning 3 consecutive titles in motocross, enduro and hare & hounds. Ricky was fortunate to gain support in USA last year to compete in the GNCC racing series. He placed 15th XC2 Pro Lites overall while only competing 6 out of the 13 rounds and achieved regular top 10s against the world’s best cross country racers. 2013 sees Ricky return to British and Scottish Enduro Championships with support from long term local sponsors Safe Access Scaffolding and Drysdale Motorcycles in Perth. Enduro sport has been very kind to Ricky, allowing him to travel all over the world racing motorcycles and meeting lots of people and friends for life. Ricky would like to thank all the people who have helped and supported him to date and wishes everyone a safe and enjoyable 2013 British Enduro Championship.

Richard Hay Lee Edmondson

Age 44

Age 26

9 time Scottish Champion:

Bike edmondson racing,

90,91,92,94,95,96,97,2010,2012.

Proseal hm Honda.

4 time British Champion:

Enduro 1 class

125cc 1991, 400 4T 2003-2004,

Last year was a really good year for me in the British enduro championship, I had my best ever year where I came 6th overall and 3rd e2. Moving down to the e1 bike for 2013, I am really looking forward to the year ahead and looking forward to racing in Scotland again! Lee Eddy.

Veterans 2012.

Paul Carlyle Recently elected Chairman of the SACU, Paul Carlyle is trying to buck the historical trend by still getting out and competing (or at least circulating). We know the sand at Lossie is very different from theAtacama desert so his experience competing in the 2010 Dakar Rally will be of no help at all. His list of excuses for poor results is legendary and excerpts will doubtless be available throughout the weekend. Paul Carlyle.

Current Bike KTM 150.

David Knight Well the season is underway and it's only a few weeks till the first round of the bec in Scotland. Clinching my 10th overall British enduro title last year was very special, my first season was 1998 and since then have won every year I have competed the series fully. This year with running my own team I can only afford to do the odd round I want to do as world championship and super enduro are the priority and cost a lot of budget to do properly. The Elgin round has always been one of my favourite events anywhere in the world since I first rode it in 2006, brilliant terrain, and very well organized. The boys and girls do a great job and its an easy decision to make that this round will be one ill race. Turning left when getting off the boat in heysham always brings a bigger smile than turning right! Haha. Cheers, David

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Profiles continued on page 8.


Frazer Norrie

Neil Chatham

Age - 20

Neil Chatham (22) from Gullane, East Lothian is competing in his first British Enduro for over a year after starting a new job.

Bike - Boyd Hydraulics KTM 300 Class - Championship Enduro 3

Neil is a regular in the Scottish and British Enduro scene and he is looking to up his game as he moves to a 250 two stroke in the Championship Class.

Frazer is a local rider who started racing motocross at age 6 as a Grampian club member practicing and racing at Woodside MX track in Elgin. When he started racing he was inspired by Derek Little and Richard Hay, but it would be 10 years before he could take part in A proud Frazer in Finland 2011 enduros. Leading up to this he has had a very successful motocross career. Frazer won the 2008 clubman Scottish enduro championship in his first year and went on to win the 2009 BEC clubman E1 4 stroke Championship. Frazer rode for Scotland in the 2011 ISDE in Finland and is hoping to be selected for the 2013 ISDE in Sardinia. Over the years Frazer’s enthusiasm for the sport has grown and he is eagerly awaiting his home round at Lossiemouth.

Neil has been competing from the age of 16 in the Scottish and British Enduro Championship’s since 2006 and won the Scottish Clubman class in 2007. Neil’s best results came in 2011 when he won the Under 23 E1 class at the ACU British Enduro Sprint Championship and went on to win a Gold Medal at the ISDE in Finland with the SACU Scottish Enduro team. Neil is hoping to make the cut for the 2013 SACU Scottish Enduro team that is due to travel to the ISDE in Italy this September. Neil is sponsored by KTM, Drysdale Motorcycles Metzeler FOX and Rock Oil.

The British Red Cross is manned by volunteers and are providing medical cover for this event, as well as that they do much more. First Aid Training Therapeutic care Emergency response

Transport Services Care in the home Humanitarian education

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Championship—Top 10 Riders No

Name

Machine

CC

Club

Start Time

1

David Knight

Honda

450

Ramsey

10.00

2

Tom Sagar

Colwyn Bay KTM uk

450

MWDT

10.00

3

Daniel McCanney

4

Daryl Bolter

5

Jamie Lewis

6

Lee Edmondson

7

Alex Rockwell

8

Jack Rowland

9

Jordan Rose

10.02

10

Ashley Wood

10.03

10.00 Crescent UK KTM

350

track and trail

10.01 10.01

Edmondson Racing, Proseal Honda

250

Fast Eddy racing

10.01 10.02

Husqvarna

250

Ride off Road UK

10.02

Championship E1 2T 11

Gethin Humphreys

KTM

125

MWTRA

10.03

12

Jamie McCanney

Midwest racing Husaberg

125

Ramsey

10.03

Championship E1 4T 14

Rheinallt Davies

KTM

250

MWTRA

10:04

15

Richard Ely

D3 Racing KTM

250

Sidcup

10:04

16

Paul Bolton

Eurotek KTM

250

Bolton

10:04

Championship E2 2T 17

Ricky Mair

SafeAccess Drysdale KTM

250

EEC

10:05

18

Alun Jones

KTM

250

ADMCC

10:05

19

Mark Roberts

TM

250

MWDTMC&QC

10:05

20

Neil Chatham

Drysdale KTM

250

Melville

10:06

Championship E2 4T 21

Jamie Lewis

Honda

450

Caerphilly

10:06

22

Tim Foreman

Front Row GB KTM

350

HDBC

10:06

23

Arran Poolman

Midwest Husaberg

450

West Wilts

10:07

Championship E3 2T 24

Frazer Norrie

KTM

300

EEC

10:07

25

Andrew Edwards

KTM

300

Hafen

10:07

26

Jonny Walker

KTM

300

Westmorland

10:08

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Expert E1 2T No

Name

Machine

CC

Club

Start Time

30

Shaun Buchan

ETJames yamaha

125

BWMCC

10:09

31

Brad Freeman

KTM

125

Midwales Dirt Track

10:09

32

Josh Gotts

CTR/TMUK TM

125

Cornwall

10:09

Expert E1 4T 33

Rob Johnson

SLOR Husqvarna

250

Ryedale

10:10

34

Ashley Stokes

ERS racing Honda

250

Aldermaston Nomad

10:10

35

James Dent

TM

250

WMC

10:10

36

Tudur Davies

KTM

250

MWTRA

10:11

Expert E2 2T 37

Craig Roper

KTM

200

Sudbury

10:11

38

Carl Jones

Front Row GB KTM XC

250

HDBC

10:11

39

Gethin Francombe

CTR/TMUK TM

250

CTR Events

10:12

40

Marty Jones

KTM

150

CWAC

10:12

41

Llewellyn Sullivan-Pavey

42

Ryan McClean

yamaha

250

43

Danny Hall

Rogershill offroad Honda

249

RORE

10:13

44

Mark Austin

Honda

250

YEC

10:13

47

Mark Gringle

KTM

250

Southern

10:14

10:12 10:13

Expert E2 4T 48

Robbie Turner

KTM

350

SMCC

10:14

49

Joe Wootton

kawasaki KX

450

MWTRA

10:15

50

Luke Lusher

ABL Honda

450

NREC

10:15

51

Daniel Beaven

Dirtbikebitz KTM

350

witley mcc

10:15

52

Ashley Fox

kawasaki

450

MWTRA

10:16

53

Tyson Maytom-Jones

Midwest Husaberg

450

RORE

10:16

54

Fraser Fockhart

Ecosse Motocross KTM

350

Melville

10:16

55

Mikey Rees

KTM

350

56

Owain Humphreys

Sherco

300

MWTRA

10:17

57

Gary Jenkins

MRS Sherco

300

Ride off road uk

10:17

58

Alastair Millar

KTM

350

SBEC

10:18

10

10:17


Expert E3 2T No

Name

Machine

CC

Class

Start Time

59

Stan Watt

KTM XC

300

Rore

10:18

60

Charlie Evans

ET JAMES KTM

300

Hafren

10:18

61

Aled Humphreys

KTM

300

MWTRA

10:19

62

Andrew Noakley

10:19 Expert E3 4T

63

Aaron Smith

Midwset Husaberg UK

501

Witley MCC

10:19

Clubman E1 2T 70

Richard Walters

KTM aim racing

125

Sudbury

10:21

71

Chris Davies

ET James KTM

125

Rhayader

10:21

72

Adam James

ET James KTM

125

Rhayader

10:21

73

Daniel Colley

Yamaha

125

SMCC

10:22

74

Jon Hunt

Husqvarna WR

125

RAFMSA

10:22

75

Lee Sealey

Midwest Husaberg

125

fast Eddy racing

10:22

76

Darren Nicolaou

KTM

125

Sudbury

10:23

77

Jack Staines

KTM

125

WRTA

10:23

Clubman E1 4T 78

Mark Turner

KTM

250

SMCC

10:24

79

Richard Curphey

KTM EXC

250

SMCC

10;24

80

Oliver Megson

Honda CRF

249

Southern MCC

10:24

Clubman E2 2T 82

Andrew Bull

ET James KTM

250

Rhayader

10:25

83

Peter Nixon

KTM

150

SBEC

10:25

84

Rhys Davies

KTM

200

MWTRA

10:25

85

Jamie Weller

YZ

250

RAFMSA

10;26

86

Garin Rosser

FrontRow GB KTM XC

250

HDBC

10:26

87

Keaton Allen

FrontRow GB KTM XC

250

HDBC

10:26

88

Jeppe Nygaard

KTM EXC

250

Bon Accord

10:27

89

Ross Hamilton

KTM EXC

250

SBEC

10:27

90

Aaron Martin

KTM

250

Builth Wells

10:27

91

Lindsay Rae

KTM

200

SBEC

10:28

92

Alan Milligan

KTM

200

EEC

10:28

93

Craig Altass

KTM

150

Army MCA

10:28

96

Huw Jones

KTM EXC

250

MWTRA

10:30

Clubman E2 4T 97

Will Taylor

KTM EXC F

350

MWTRA

10:30

98

Damian Long

KTM EXC

350

WDMCC

10:30

99

Neil Davies

Husqvarna

310

Dyfed Dirt Bike

10:31

100

Freddie Davis

Powerband KTM

350

Basingstoke mcc

10:31

101

Sean Delaney

KTM SXF

450

RAFMSA

10:32

102

Brett Moore

KTM

350

RAFMSA

10:32

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Clubman E2 4T No

Name

Machine

CC

Club

Start Time

103

Jon White

KTM

350

RAFMSA

10:32

104

Adam Senior

105

David Clack

Husqvarna 3lor

310

WTRA

10:33

106

Jamie Jenkins

KTM

450

Dulais Valley

10:33

107

Tony Bale

108

Ross Jones

KTM

450

DVMCC

10:34

109

Leslie Bertram

KTM EXC F

250

Melville

10;34

10:33

10:34

Clubman E3 2T 111

MarkHillier-Rees

Beta

300

Mid Wales

10:35

112

Philip Wiffen

Husaberg

300

Normandy

10:35

113

Lee Green

Steve Plain Beta

300

WTRA

10;36

114

Paul Carlyle

Husaberg

300

SBEC

10;36

115

Tony Cotty

KTM

300

BAMA

10:36

Over 40’s / Vets 120

Ryan Leary

KTM

350

Dyfed Dirt Bike

10:37

121

David Stokes

ERS Honda HM

300

AldermastonNomad

10;37

122

Iain Judkins

Sherco

300

London Fire

10:38

123

Paul Hearn

Honda

250

RAFMSA

10:38

124

Karl Greennall

KTM

250

Westmorland

10:39

125

Mike Turner

KTM

350

SMCC

10:39

126

Russ Millward

HondaCRF

250

SMCC

10:39

127

Richard Hay

KTM

150

Melville

10;40

128

Scott Stephenson

KTM

300

Y&G

10;40

129

Stewart Gilchrist

KTM

250

Bon Accord

10:40

130

Ian Wilson

Husqvarna

310

WTRA

10:41

131

Derek Little

KTM

125

EEC

10:41

132

Murray Thomson

KTM

250

SBEC

10:41

133

Andrew Reeves

KTM EXC

300

Lancs country

10:42

134

Paul Davies

KTM

250

DUMCC

10:42

135

Carl Tyley

CTR/TMUK TM

250 12

10:42


Over 40’s / Vets No

Name

Machine

CC

Club

Start Time

136

Dan Gledstone

KTM EXC

300

Swindon

10:43

137

Kevin Barnes

KTM EXC

300

Swindon

10:43

138

Pip Perry

Kawasaki KX

250

Swindon

10:43

139

Terry Beecham

KTM EXC

300

Swindon

10;44

140

Michael Alty

KTM

350

Westmorland

10:44

141

Alisdair Anderson

KTM

250

EEC

10:45

142

Richard Finnie

Yamaha

250

EEC

10;45

143

Alan Davidson

KTM

250

EEC

10:45

144

Jim Wright

KTM EXC

300

Yorkshire

10:46

145

Richard Lewes

146

Philip George

10;46 KTM

300

DDBC

10:46

Ladies 160

Hannah Styles

Mid West Husaberg uk

125

Dirt Bike Action

10:48

161

Katie Walker

ET James KTM

125

Rhayader

10:48

162

Rhian George

Husaberg

125

Dyfed Dirt

10:48

163

Fionn Griffiths

KTM

249

MWTRA

10:49

164

Jane Daniels

Husaberg

125

Rochdale

10:49

Sportsman

200

Bruce Cooper

KTM

250

Bon Accord

10:50

208

Mike Robertson

TM

249

Bon Accord

10;50

152

Bill Bruce

KTM EXC

200

Melville

10;50

252

David Dick

Yamaha WR

249

EEC SBEC

10;50

216

Russell Thomson

KTM EXC F

250

EEC

10:51

223

David Smart

KTM EXC

200

Bon Accord

10:51

155

Richard Williams

KTM

200

SBEC

10:51

13


Local Food & Public houses. Restaurants - General: Akash Tandoori, 21 South St, Elgin, IV30 1JZ. 01343 544000 Al Bahar Tandoori Restaurant, 156 High St, Elgin, IV30 1BD. 01343 545000 Capers Bistro, 55 High St, Elgin, IV30 1EE. 01343 551273 Darroch Rest’ ,Eight Acres Hotel, Morriston Rd, Elgin, IV30 6UL. 01343 543077 Harbour Lights, 5 Pitgaveny Quay, Lossiemouth, IV31 6TW. 01343 814622 Mansion House Hotel Restaurant, The Haugh, Elgin, IV30 1AW. 01343 548811 Mansefield House Hotel Restaurant, Mayne Rd, Elgin, IV30 1NY. 01343 540883 Rendezvous at the Royal, Station Rd, Elgin, IV30 1NY. 01343 542320 The 1629 Restaurant, 20 Clifton Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6DJ. 01343 813743 La Caverna, Pizzeria/Restaurant , 20 Clifton Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6DJ. 01343 813743 (Take away) Laichmoray Hotel, Maisondieu Road, Elgin IV30 1QR. 01343 540045 Xoriatiki Greek Restaurant, 89 High St, Elgin, IV30 1EA. 01343 546868 Restaurants - Fast food: Pizzeria Toscana, 20 Thunderton Pl, Elgin, IV30 1BG. 01343 551066 Scribbles Pizza and Coffee Shop, 154 High St, Elgin, IV30 1BD. 01343 542835 The Ashvale in Elgin, 11 Moss St, Elgin, IV30 1LU. 01343 552441 Bar Meals - Public Houses: Brander Arms, Shore St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6PB. 01343 812450 Cottar Hoose, Linkwood Road, Elgin, IV30 6RE. 01343 547903 Crooked Inn, 13 Main Road, Alves, IV30 8UU. 01343 850646 Clifton Bar, Clifton Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6DJ. 01343 812100 Harbour Bar, 25 Pitgaveny St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6NT. 01343 813718 Granary, 14 Thunderton Place, Elgin, IV30 1BG. 01343 555175 The Lossie Inn, 18 Clifton Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 3DJ. 01343 812168 Midas, 13 Lossie Wynd, Elgin, IV30 1PU. 01343 540600 Muckle Cross, 34 High Street, Elgin, IV30 1BU. 01343 559030 Skerry Brae, Stotfield Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6QS. 01343 812040 The Beach Bar, Commerce St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6BW. 01343 813164 The Cooperage, 178-186, High St, Elgin, IV30 1BA. 01343 569203 The Coulard Bar, Coulardbank Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6SE. 01343 812245 The Steamboat, 15-17 Pitgaveny St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6NT. 01343 812066 The Victoria Bar, 211 High St, Elgin, IV30 1DJ. 01343 542972 Thunderton House, Thunderton Place, Elgin, IV30 1BG. 01343 554920 White Horse Inn, 160 High St, Elgin, IV30 1BD. 01343 542396 Chip Shops-Takeaways: Adolfos, Glen Moray Drive, Elgin, IV30 6YA. Cadora Chipshop179-181 High St, Elgin, IV30 1DW. China Town Buffet, 222 High St, Elgin, IV30 1BA. 01343 555113 Emperor Chinese, 7 North College St, Elgin, IV30 1EL. 01343 551133 Maxs Fast Food, 187 High St, IV30 1DW. 01343 546993 Fish & Chips 2 Go, 2 Blantyre Pl, Elgin, IV30 4DN. Massum Tandoori, 59 Queen St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6PY. 01343 810555 New Elgin Chip Shop, 10a Smith St, Elgin, IV30 6BJ. Northern Fish Restaurant, 231-239 High Street, Elgin, IV30 1DJ. Thai Cottages, 62 Queen St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6PR. 01343 810969 The Lossie Chip Shop, 29 Queen St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6PR. 01343 812020

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Local Accomadation, Taxis & Services. Elgin Bed and Breakfast Ceilidh B&B, 34 Clifton Rd, Lossiemouth, IV31 6DJ. 01343 815848 Braebirnie Court, 4 Mayne Rd, Elgin, IV30 1NY. 01343 547457 Oldmills Garden, Jock Inksons Brae, Elgin, IV30 1QE. 01343 550944 Ardgye House, Elgin, IV30 8UP. 01343 850618 Willowbank, 18 Moss St, Elgin, IV30 1LU. 01343547263 Heather Glen Guest House, 1 North Guildry St, Elgin, IV30 1JR. 01343 545221 (Secure Garage) Southbank Guesthouse, 36 Academy St, Elgin, IV301LP. 01343 547132 West End Guest House, 282 High St, Elgin, IV30 1AG. 01343 549629 Belleville Bed and Breakfast, 14 South College St, Elgin, IV30 1EP. 07890 764458 The Croft, 10 Institution Rd, Elgin, IV30 1QX. 01343 546004 Moraydale Guest House, 276, High St, Elgin, IV30 1AG. 01343 546381 Elm Grove, East Rd, Elgin, IV30 1XG. 01343 548339 The Pines Guest House, East Rd, Elgin, IV30 1XG. 01343 552495 DUNIRA, 55 Maisondieu Rd, Elgin, IV30 1RH. 01343 542066 Moraybank, 21 Institution Rd, Elgin, IV30 1QT. 01343 547618 Auchmillan Guest House, 12 Reidhaven St, Elgin, IV30 1QG. 01343 549077 Elgin Hotels Mansefield Hotel, 2 Mayne Rd, Elgin, IV30 1NY. 01343 540883 Sunninghill Hotel, Hay St, Elgin, IV30 1NH. 01343 547799 Mansion House Hotel, The Haugh, Elgin, IV30 1AW. 01343 548811 Royal Hotel, Station Rd, Elgin, IV30 1QW. 01343 542320 Laichmoray Hotel, Maisondieu Rd, Elgin, IV30 1QR. 01343 540045 Crerar Eight Acres Hotel, Morriston Rd, Elgin, IV30 6UL. 01343 543077 Elgin Premier Inn, 15 Linkwood Way, Elgin, Moray, IV30 1HY. 0871 5278372 Taxis, E for Elgin & L for Lossiemouth based: A1 Cabs. 01343 569169 E Pats Taxis. 01343 542192 L Tornado Taxis. 01343 542224 E Lossie Taxis. 01343 815999 L Clover Cabs. 01343 546546 E Sunbank Taxis. 01343 812378 L C&R. 01343 545456 E Weirs Taxi. 01343 610084 L Emergency & Chemists Police (Elgin), Moray Div’ HQ, Moray St, Elgin, IV30 1JL. 0845 600 5 700 Dr Grays Hospital, Elgin, IV30 1SN. 0845 4566000 Lossiemouth pharmacy, 34 Queen St, Lossiemouth, IV31 6PJ. 01343 813095 Boots Pharmacy, Glassgreen Centre, Thornhill Rd, Elgin, IV30 6GQ. 01343 542186 Boots Pharmacy, 2c Springfield Retail Park, Elgin, IV30 6WQ. 01343 543685 Supermarket/Petrol Stations Tesco, Blackfriars Rd, Elgin, IV30 1TY. 0845 6779792 (24hr) Asda, Edgar Rd, Elgin, IV30 6YQ. 01343 564000 (24hr) Pinefield Service Station, East Rd, Elgin, IV30 1XU. 01343 556417 (24hr) BP Service Station, West Rd, Elgin, IV30 1SA. 01343 554585 (24hr) Jet wash facillity Bishopmill Car Wash, Morriston Rd, Elgin, IV30 4EA. (This is an unattended self service facility and is floodlit and operational till 10.pm) 15


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