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HORSHAM RIDERS CLUB

August 2010


Jesse Brooker

Pete Bowker


JULY/AUG 2010 NO. 183 Email contributions : fiona@hrc1.org www.hrc1.org Secretary : Fiona Husband 01306 712317 Chairman : Dave Blackman Editor : Dick Husband 01403 257094 Trials : Mike Husband : 01403 257626 mike@hrc1.org Team Manager: Dave Blackman: 01372 724464 Site Officers: Mannings Heath- Ian McCulloch 01403 263667: Northlands- Mike Husband 01403 257626, Rome- Tim Husband 01306 712317 : Wallis Wood- John Charman 01403 786441 ** NEXT MONTHS TRIAL CAMPING AT NORTHLANDS TEAM COSSACKS **

NEWS AND COMMENT Welcome to this summers big colour edition of HR News with contributions from some new scribes hopefully to fill the pages. First we report on the July trial at Walliswood which Steve Hook publicised so admirably in the local paper though I’m sure he didn’t write the corny headline ‘Everything all White for Trials Ace Luke!’ Next Pete Bowker has promised a report on the clubs annual cycle ride organised by Clint which I understand was a blood soaked event with Kate busting her bike hastily repaired by Sam Spear. He riding on a rather ancient brakeless push bike also became a scarred victim – so it was a good day. And John Charman and Mimi kindly volunteered to run the practice event at Rome and do a write up though it was a hot day and only 13 turned up – shame on the rest of you! Finally Tim’s proper motorcycle ride to Sammy Millers Museum was sched-


uled for July 24th and he hoped for a good turn out – we hope to read the outcome. AND IT’S CAMPING TIME AGAIN ….. At Northlands from Friday 3rd September, gate open from 1pm. A 4 route Yankee trial on Saturday 4th starting at 2pm and a club trial on Sunday starting at 10 – 10.15 am. Usual conditions for campers – bring food and water. Other amusing entertainments are assured even another round of the wee-ski world championship. In the trials I am hoping to install a couple of sections using the section boundary marking method – you’ll see the sign, don’t despair! COMMITTEE MEETING Thursday September 16th at Six Bells Newdigate 8pm. Any member is welcome to throw in their twopennorth on the subjects that Chairman Dave raised and on any other matter. For example John C has suggested that we run one of our trials as a one route event like old times. So sections would vary in difficulty from Yellow to White but overall scores would be on one list. And I had an idea for discussion around how we could run a proper championship where Yellow observe a Blue/White trial, Blues observe a Yellow/White trial and so on. From two trials would come 1 colours champion. OFFICIALS ON AMCA FORM – repeat request Will all team members involved in setting out and clearing up an event please sign on this sheet. AUTUMN SOCIAL SCENE It’s a bit early to push but the Skittles Night is due on Saturday 23rd October. It’s a good evening with a meal, a few beers and an exciting competition. We can take up to about 50 which may include all the family. It’s at the Newdigate pub where we’ve always had an enjoyable time. At the September camp I’ll be taking bookings – get in early!! Thanks - to our contributors - Dick, Tim, Mike, John C., Pete & Anita, and our photographers: Steve Hook, Adrian Holloway and Trialmag.com and sorry if this reaches you a little later than usual.


WALLISWOOD Club Trial Good Event – Pity about the Entry! July 4th As the trials calendar wasn’t crammed with events on the day of our club trial it was wise to anticipate a big entry, weather great, site dry, what more could they want? We ended with the lowest entry I can remember when only 26 signed on. Shame because the Monties team had put in a lot of work staying until 7pm Saturday to get the course finished. The sections were long, yellow flags ran out, but the trial was excellent and complimented by many, John C set whites, Harry R the blues and Steve P did yellows. John expected whites to say they were hard but with several good riders the middle score was very low (18) showing they’d had an easy day. Congrats to Harry and Steve as the target score of 40 was right on. On my way early, expecting this colossal entry, my rear view mirror was obliterated by a large yellow van – ‘Mr Ross’ thinks I, on arrival he tells me he’s delayed by a hesitant old fool in a red van – snap! We had an early visit from landowner Dave Leach on a mountain bike, he’s looking well. Next Adrian H with son Adam who rides a small auto, pushing him up the Walliswood hills ended with them both dnf. AMCA have now insisted that officials fill in a separate sign on sheet, in the


absence of some of the team Adrian signs for them. And the team remembered to do a photo – that’s progress. Some had difficultly locating the venue, one guy took ¾ hour to find it then gave a £20 note for his £12 entry and got £8 back in coin – I told him Sammy Miller wrote in his book ‘avoid riding with lose change in your pocket as its heavy’. So he didn’t win! When I asked Dave B why he didn’t do the mountain bike ride he said ‘I did but no one was there and Helen had come by rail to Gomshall so it cost me!’ Turns out the wrong day Sunday was the in the Newsletter for Saturday 26th – sorry about that! As whites had the biggest entry it was the class to see. Most of them ride in a group, by 11.30 they had got to section 5. It took them till 1pm to complete the 1st lap – the sections were long and hard to remember. A few blues came first Dave B had a double 5 and abandoned the section after 2 logs disturbed his confidence but Graham K got round for a 3 with a rapid heart beat saying ‘anyone got a brandy?’ A solitary yellow Harry R thought he’d had 3 till someone said he’d missed a gate them came the whites. Steve


F, Dave R, Pete B were all clean as was Clint on his TLR twin shock but similarly mounted Sam P lost 1 and Mike 3, but John C who’d set the route got a 5 on those logs again. Section 6 dropped down to the stream edge where all except Mike were clean. Ben R got round the yellow for a doubtful 3 but Harry missed anther gate. Another useful tip came from John Y who’s too old to recall long sections, he had wife Anita telling him where the next gate was, he won the yellows – was this outside assistance? Section 7 & 8 went much the same way - I saw Luke T making light work, flicking the bike about wherever he wanted and leaping over bits not in the section – ‘but he’s 40 years younger than me!’ says Steve F. Ed C managed to move a large angled log out of the way for those following so Mike had a 0. He reckoned the earliest sections were tight and tricky where he lost most marks was between the trees on section 1- where John C dismounted to pull me up the hill to get back for lunch. Looking at the results our two Red riders were dnf and even YELLOWS only had 6 finishers with Anita guided John losing 11 – that’s a lot for him so the route wasn’t that easy. Steve P was 2nd HR on 37 and Joe A on 42 was 3rd both these had good results well ahead of the forgetful Harry who could build a garden fence with all the gates he missed! BLUES saw 3 visitors in the first positions (no wonder they all said how good the trial was) but leading HR was Sam A on 38 (he was a white rider last time) and Graham K just 3 marks behind. Mike Hyden was also pleased with his result and he rode well to finish on 62. That leaves Chairman Dave who also praised the event. WHITES Luke, Clint and Steve F ended 1, 2, 3 all ever fearful of an unwanted dab, it was that close. Dave R, Sean P and John C were another group separated by a single mark, Dave started out on lap 1 without his cards but finding he was going well went back to get them punched up – he doesn’t normally bother and likes a dnf. Jake P who’s advisor/tutor Luke has been winning on blues several times but couldn’t keep up with the master on this course. What I really enjoyed was watching the 2 TLRs, they sounded and looked lovely. I wished for one! Tim had one in the 80’s but was always cursing it for clutch and starting problems and got rid of it. Now they hold a high price and once restored to Clint perfection are a much desired machine – Clint rides it better than his Mont. If anyone wants to give me a Xmas present – that’ll do! I went off course a bit then. It really was a splendid event so well done Monties for giving some of the best sections seen at Walliswood –


even if they were a bit long! Thanks to them and all the other who helped clearing up so quickly. Results: Luke Thomas Clint Leggett Steve Farrall Dave Renham Sean Parsons John Charman Pete Bowker Ed Charman Jake Pope Mike Husband

E E E E E I E I SB I

W W W W W W W W W W

3 7 8 17 18 18 29 33 45 57

Tom Horsburgh Paul Pearson Pete Haines Sam Aldrich Graham Knight Michael Hyden Dave Blackman

N N O50 N N N N

B B B B B B B

21 32 36 38 41 62 70

John Yardley Mitch Brown Steve Parker Joe Aldrich Ben Rinds Harry Ross Adrian Holloway

O50 O50 C SB SB O50 C

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

11 23 37 42 58 85 dnf

Adam Holloway SB Bob Miles O60

R R

dnf dnf

Analysis White Blue Yellow Red

Entry 10 7 7 2

%fin DNF 100% 100% 86% 0%

1/2 Way 0 18 0 38 1 42 2-


HR MTB Ride

Holmbury St.Mary

Once again the day had come around for the HR club mountain bike ride. As usual this was well organised by Clint and Sam, they even brought the scorching weather along! Anita and I arrived at the car park to find Clint, and Sam (who came equipped with enough spares and tools in his pockets to run a cycle shop!) and Dave R patiently waiting for the masses to arrive. Then Fiona arrived in the car , while Katie, Tim and Mike had opted for a ‘Tour de France’ warm up by Mike cycling from Horsham to Capel, to join up with Tim, and Katie – who was streaks ahead (obviously!) on her brand new bike!. Looking like that was about all the turnout was going to be, we all headed up into the Holmbury hills for some fun in the sun. A superb area of which to ride followed, and we all gradually worked our way weaving through the humid trees and tracks.


All was going well until a rough downhill track, when getting near to the bottom- suddenly dust clouds, bodies and bikes were strewn across the track! Katie had crashed christening her new steed by narrowly missing a tree and ending up in the bushes, cut but ok! Tim had crashed into her bike but came out unscathed. After the excitement of the incident had gone, we then carried on reaching the

‘chicken run’ – a twisty downhill track or for those who opted for the easier ‘chicken out’ run along the hill. We split into two groups and went our separate routes, easy or hard. We next reached a rest point, and waited for some of the others to catch up, and then more drama! -as a result of the earlier crash Katie’s chain had eventually broken, Sam came to the rescue to repair the damage before anybody could move, and then we were on our way again through the superb countryside. After a good couple of hours in the heat and a few puffed out faces we finally arrived back at the finish, ending the day in the local pub for a well earned pint and some Grub! A big thanks to Clint and Sam for working out such a great ride and Keeping everybody in check especially Katie! Pete and Anita


FUN IN ROME

Practice Trial 10th July

If you haven’t been to a practice trial you are truly missing out. These great days will become a thing of the past if we don’t get more support from you all. The opportunity to ride for a very small fee on fantastic ground with expert advice cannot be missed. We set out 7 sections which you ride as much as your heart desires often with priceless advice from the like of HR Clint who gave up a whole day of his weekend not to ride, but to help anyone not proud to ask. We all need help no matter what it’s with, either making a turn or jumping a ditch or log. The started with myself, Adrian and young Adam, then Harry Ross turned up shortly followed by Graham. Adrian set out the yellows and son Adam did the red route. Harry, Graham and I did the Blues. It’s fair to say the blues were maybe a little hard on one or two sections but time was on our side to keep trying until we had them beat or old age and dodgy backs beat us. The advice given by Clint got all of us over most of the obstacles laid out to a point where I believe Graham will be having a go at some whites. Young Adam did a great job on the red route and going by what I saw he could be a future champion with a few more practice trials. Let’s hope they continue. We laid out all the sections really close and went round together most of the time and what a laugh we had, even Sean turned up on his beautiful TLR to try out some changes he had made and I believe he will come again. So unless you are always ahead of Clint and Sean in the results then I know you could benefit from these trials. I would like to thank everyone that helped set out and all those that stayed to help clear up. Also the priceless advice from Clint. You couldn’t put a value on these trials so please don’t let them fade away. I hope you will all remember the next one on Sunday 9th October at Mannings Heath. Maybe if you want to help you can talk to


the old fart in the caravan and give him a truly deserved break! Thanks again – John C

DUSTY AND SANDY MANNINGS HEATH August 1st Club Trial More than the usual chaos at the site where early arrivals were parked wherever they could find a gap. Mike found the gate had been wrongly locked by the shooting guys so a couple of vans and the clubhouse blocked the road while it was sorted out. Then before I’d got the door opened Iain P, Harry R and mate wanted to sign on - it’s 9.10 am!! It appears fashionable to arrive with 2 bikes now – John C had a 200 Fantic and his normal Mont, Sean P his TLR and an 02 two stroke Mont. I told Luke T he should get a second bike now twin shocks are in but his Grandad says he can’t afford the one he’s got. John only rode the Fanny for a few yards before coming back to change bikes. Sean started his alternative in a massive cloud of smoke, then complained it didn’t rev and found a restrictor in the new exhaust he’d fitted. Goes home to change exhaust after a lap. At the end reckons he rode better on the first pipe! The new generation are beginning to arrive. Adrian H had updated Adam’s auto to a Beta 50, Tony F had daughter Emily riding reds on an auto – Jamie said ‘no contest’. Joe A rode Yellows for the first time and came 3rd! Kev B assessed his 10 year old as an up and coming star but his Mum had kept him in for the day. You can tell when the old’uns get there – they forget their cards, take too


many and sign on the schoolboy sheet – no wonder confusion reigns, especially when CoC Ian J comes back to tell me not to start yet as the yellow sections have too few gates. He rides off to sort out but with bikes buzzing everywhere the hooter sends them off. When John Y and Bob C arrive I know that’s the lot for the day, we had 52 entries with many from the Kent area – why and how I’ll never know. The site seems full of Ians, one’s gone off with the yellow flags while socialite Ian Mc sits in the clubhouse relating his inebriating experience on a friends’ yacht in the South of France – he won’t be at committee he says – he has further social commitments. Iain P comes back after ½ hour – no punch on section 10, Ian Mc supplier and Iain P goes back. It’s quite odd when you go looking – you rarely find a sizeable group to watch, only the whites who watch each other like hawks on the first lap. On the Yellows Iain P and Kev B had finished and gone, Mick D was about to start section 8 when I got there, he mentioned something about an evil spirit, started his bike, rode 5 yards and the engine stalled – ‘it’s you’ he shouts! Joe A was doubling up, on No. 3 with revs high it’s up the bank clean but didn’t slow for the tight bit, Sam his Dad has a word and it’s better next time. Blues had gained a few riders as it was a dry event. Harry R rose to the challenge but only for 1 lap which he said was exhausting, when he went back to Yellow they were boring! Chris H another first timer, stuck with blues but at the finish said he’d have to go and lay in a darkened room : John Y (itma on yellow) was encouraged by Bob C to do blue and he suffered a larger score than usual Watching at section 8 with Anita she reckons when John was younger he was a ‘lovely mover’, John dropped 1 but Bob C and Tim H were clean. Section 2 John was taking a 5 but Ian Mc who’d cleaned it till I arrived lost a dab which he held while being rude to me so it was really 5. Stan Metcalf the old ex Royal Enfield works rider, was on his Cub and


riding well but ended early with dnf. Steve P on section 10 was pleased to get out for 0 as some mud had developed in the ditch for whites, blues went across – ‘I nearly had a panic attack there’ he says. Sam A and Mike Hyden were the first HR’s on the list and equal to the top liners, then quite a gap to Bob C and Tim H in 3rd and 4th, only Chris H really had an endurance test as par on all routes was in an acceptable range i.e. around 40. Whites Crossing the banks at the top of Section 3 was one of the tricky bits for this group. Jake P had a nice 5, Pete B an impressive one as he tumbled down the bank after his bike. John C got away with a 3 and Clint dropped 1. Then Ed C showed them all up and cleaned it rapidly followed by Luke T and Jamie J. On section 8 Sean was making bike excuses before he set off then only had a dab as does Ed, Clint and Pete; John C dropped 3 (bordering on 5), Jack N who’d been talked into doing whites was not finding them easy and dismounted on the bank for a definitive big one becoming a major earth mover in the process, later he dnf. Section 9 could have been a good one if someone had gone into the stream for the onlookers entertainment but none did though on lap 1 Ed looked like he was going to and on lap 4 John C actually came off promising to make a splash but he just got dirty. How inconsiderate! At the end Luke T and Jamie J levelled on 11, but Clint and Sean on twin shocks doubled that. I was told Clint did a Tony B impression on section 7 where he moved the bike 90 degrees in mid air causing concern amongst the lesser lights who couldn’t make out how he did it. Thanks then to the Indian who set the show up Ian and Iain, Brian and Paul Barnes and Eric Scutt – especially though to Ian and Iain who came on Sunday to ensure it all went smoothly and clear up. With all routes ending in the 40/50 marks band they should be pleased with their efforts. A last thank you to Steve Hook who spent the day


snapping stars in action – get the free Horsham Residents paper this Thursday and you may be in it! RESULTS SHEET RESULTS NAME

CLASS

ROUTE

Total

CLASS

ROUTE

Total

Jamie Jones

E

W

11

Iain Phillips

C

Y

1

Luke Thomas

E

W

11

Kevin Brooker

N

Y

3

Clint Leggett

E

W

25

Joe Aldrich

SB

Y

8

Sean Parsons

E

W

32

Joe Davidson

SB

Y

11

Mark Jordan

I

W

35

Ben Rinds

SB

Y

12

Eddie Charman

I

W

47

Sam Davidson

SB

Y

15

Tony Flegg

I

W

51

Mick Dunstan

C

Y

17

Paul Weller

W

W

51

Steve Coveney

C

Y

21

Peter Bowker

E

W

52

Harry Hill

C

Y

39

John Charman

I

W

63

Rob Hyden

C

Y

41

Mike Husband

I

W

72

Harry Ross

O50

Y

48

SB

W

73

Jamie Flegg

SB

Y

53

I

W

dnf

Peter Howard

C

Y

79

Gary Wilson

N

Y

93

Jake Pope Jack Northover

NAME

Tom Horsborough

N

B

12

Ian Johnstone

O50

Y

dnf

Sean Staker

N

B

12

Peter Sparks

C

Y

dnf

Sam Aldrich

N

B

12

Chris Bramley

N

Y

dnf

O40

B

12

Bob Miles

O50

Y

dnf

N

B

13

Dave Dale Michael Hyden Bob Collins

O50

B

28

Adam Holloway

SB

R

46

Tim Husband

N

B

30

Brian Bearm

W

R

dnf

Graham Knight

N

B

31

Emily Flegg

SG

R

dnf

Steve Armistead

N

B

35

Ian McCulloch

O50

B

38

Adrian Holloway

O40

B

40

Dave Blackman

N

B

43

Steve Parker

N

B

46

John Yardley

O50

B

62

Mark Stubberfield

N

B

63

Stuart Evans

N

B

68

Chris Heron

O50

B

96

Stan Metcalf

N

B

dnf

Entry

% Ent

1/2 Way

White

Analysis

13

25

47

Blue

18

34.61538

35

Yellow

18

34.61538

39

OUT AND ABOUT Group Trial, June, Birchanger Woods – organised by RRND Though I know this one was well supported I did not get any results through. Please let the editor know if you ride in events outside HR and how you got on. Group Trial July, Ifold – organised by Brighton Club This event only had an entry of just over 40 but pleased to see many HR riders took part including some new names for their first ride in a group event – keep it up!


Results Expert – 1. Adam Farley 17 2. G Chandler 18 3. Luke Thomas 36 Int – 1. J Sands 24 2. Perry Meeton 28 4. E Charman 73 5. Pete Bowker 80 Club A – 1. S Farmer 53, 4. L. Farmer 102 Club B – 1. N. Kennedy 28 2. Keith Tracey 61 3. Nigel Bray 96 Youth B - 1. Jake Pope 60 2. Tom Bray 77 Youth D – 1. F. Kennedy 49 2. S Davidson 102 3. J Davidson 165 The event was set up by John Yardley and Kevin McDavitt in conjunction with Steve Farrell and John Penfold. The day was extremely hot and most riders were pleased to put the bike back on the trailer.

REETH 3 DAY TRIAL Has 200 entries to ride the moors in the ‘Summer Wine Country’. There are only a few riders from the South and Mike tries to be one of them. With New Zealand Steve he got an entry this year for what was a brilliant event. The only results I have was that Steve came last – because he told me! Ed C, Guy Chandler, Barry Roads, Neil Bowker, Johnny Sands and Wayne Moseley joined Steve and myself for this years Reeth 3 Day. Based in Grinton, N.Yorks we had it easy for two of the three days. As always there was the superb scenery, rideable rocky river sections and pretty good weather. After a few incidents, Wayne’s bog diving, Steve’s chain tangles and dragging bikes up the rock staircase to Punchard we made it to the end. Guy rode the hard route and finished halfway up in 27th. The rest of us rode the easier clubman route - Barry lost 55, Johnny 71, Ed 196 , Mike 216, Wayne 219 and Steve 337. So a bit of a challenge for some of us......Mike H.


MOTORCYCLE RUN TO SAMMY MILLERS MUSEUM – 24th July It wasn’t raining so we went! Gordon on Triumph, myself on Buell, met up with Clint on one of his Ducati’s, John C on an older Ducati and Steve P (from Streatham and who the next day did a long distance trial 98 miles 81/2 hours near Dover – must be keen) Kawasaki mounted. We stopped on the way for greasy breakfast and tea in popular bikers Café on A272. Easy ride down although you must remember that when you are leading pottering along, the guy at the back is blasting away to make every overtaking opportunity! Sammy’s Museum has over 300 bikes nearly all Vintage and Veteran in the usual beautiful condition. Every conceivable configuration of engine, frame, forks and suspension was tried in the early days of bike design. I liked the 1910 1000cc in line V Twin, built in USA, hard tyres, no brakes and exposed primary chains etc. Apparently they used to build wooden banked tracks to race round and this machine held the speed record at 97 mph! This type of racing was abandoned in the 1930’s due to so many spectators’ deaths with riders coming over the banking. Those were the days…………….……? Tim

SUN SUN SUN

AUGUST 8 GROUP TRIAL – Betchworth 15 PRACTICE DAY – Halnaker 22 BOGNOR CLUB TRIAL – Tellecome SEPTEMBER

FRI/SAT/SUN – 3/4/5TH HR CAMPING WEEKEND AT NORTHLANDS WOOD Gate open from 1pm on Friday. Saturday it’s the Yankee trial followed by the normal Barbeque, beer etc. Sunday Club Trial from 10.00am. Bring beer, food, water and tents! SUN 12 GROUP TRIAL – Southern Trials Club THU 16 COMMITTEE MEETING, Six Bells Newdigate 8pm SUN 19 PRACTICE DAY – Halnaker SUN 26 BOGNOR CLUB TRIAL – Headown, Forthcoming Attractions Sept 16th

Committee Meeting at Six Bells Newdigate 8pm

Oct

23rd

Skittles , food, beer at Six Bells Newdigate 7.30pm

Dec

11th

Christmas Club night and Grub – Six Bells 7.30pm


SELL YOUR STUFF WITH AN AD IN CLUB NEWS Many bikes and kit have been sold via these ads which are free to members. We are always being asked for older bikes to suit beginners and for boots in children’s sizes. Members are keen to buy from others in the club so if you have items to sell, jot it down and hand in at the next trial or phone it through to Dick or Fiona.

FOR SALE Gas Gas TXT280 Year 2000 Reliable bike in good working order. £750 – phone Olly 07739 029913 FOR SALE 2 bike trailer, needs a little attention but comes with removable load box to take your raffle prizes home from the next camping weekend £100 Tel. John Pocklington 01798 813827 FREE! I have a photocopier that is now surplus to requirements. It can do double sided copies, reductions etc. Regularly serviced, if you can find a use for it it's yours for free - you collect it! contact Ian McCulloch 01403 263667.

IN THE CLOTHING CUPBOARD available for a RFH donation ·1 Some small riding trousers ex Jesse WANTED –Trials Boots – size 5/6 ish – contact Tony Flegg – 01293 419867 Letters, articles for inclusion in Club News, eg My First Bike etc. TRADE ADS(£5 per year for members businesses only - helps you and the club)

MERLIN MOTORCYCLES Beta, Sherco, Scorpa + Gas Gas -sale on 2010 bikes + Raga Replicas Spares, service & tuning too. Trials Training DVDs and books. IRC tyres stocked. Putoline & Castrol oils see www.motomerlin.org.uk - new online shop MERLIN BOOKS sell motorcycle books and DVDs, secondhand motorcycle books always wanted www.merlinbooks.com Mike Husband 01403 257626 HEADLINE ENGINEERING For aluminium and stainless welding - helicoil thread repairs - cylinder head, brake discs/drums refining - all machining work - one off and prototypes. Phone Derek head 01306 712565 JOHN CHARMAN – Excavator for hire with driver – groundwork, ponds, ditches, drainage, fencing. Good rates for club members. Tel 01403 786441 Mob 07967 466920


2010 AJAYS JANUARY Mike Husband W 01403 257626 Dave Blackman B 01372 724464 Les Castle Y 07866 544634 Adrian Beech Y 07930 732717 Tony Ryan Y 07771 791292

DUGGIES Pete Brooker Benge Jesse Brooker John Mitchell

B B W B

FEBRUARY 01273 832912 07774 455604 01273 832912 07775 794623

ENFIELDS Richard Ssmith Y Sean Parsons W Jack Northover B Graham Knight B Martin Tooley Y

MARCH 01798 869296 01403 730799 01403 710776 01293 871955 01403 734775

HARLEYS APRIL Clint Leggett W 01306 711038 Gary Medhurst B 01293 775106 Tony Van der H R 01403 269567 Sam Spear Y 01306 621316

FANTICS Colin Harw ood Rob Hyden Mike Hyden Sam Aldrich Tony Harwood John Pock'ton

B Y Y W B Y

MAY 01273 01403 01403 01403 01273 01798

KW ACKERS Tim Husband Mick Dunstan Phil W alker Barry Dunstan Dave Mears Tony Flegg

B Y B B Y W

JUNE 01306 01403 01293 01403 01403 01293

MONTIES John Charman Harry Ross Chris Heron Steve Parker Ben Rinds Danny Bulch

W Y Y Y Y Y

JULY 01403 07815 01444 07984 07984 07815

INDIANS Ian McCulloch Brian Barnes Eric Scutt Paul Barnes Ian Johnstone

B B B W Y

AUGUST 01403 263667 01403 730623 01403 731810 01403 733255 0208 393 0048

COSSACKS Dick Husband Barry Joiner Dave Alder Mark Johnson Trevor Mason Alan Aslett Adrian Holloway

Y R Y B Y W Y

SEPTEMBER 01403 257094 020 8393 6199 020 8397 9660 01273 813782 020 8393 5758 01342 834097 07800 975046

LAVERDOS John Yardley Kevin McDavitt Bob Collins Nigel Bray Lewis W ilson

Y B B Y W

OCTOBER 01273 555391 01273 601465 01342 713808 01323 893510 01273 589373

GREEVIES Olly Ayres Dan Berrisford Keith Tracey Steve Jones Robert McKenzie Mark Stubberfield

B B B Y B B

NOVEMBER 01273 474099 01293 873788 01342 717901 01273 843489 01737 551404 01883 744154

JIMMIES Pete Bow ker Paul Hill Luke Thomas Eddie Charman Spencer Page

B Y W Y Y

DECEMBER 01483 533459 01403 734429 01372372323 07989300797 01273 474924

786441 659827 241355 038622 038622 507185

583411 258352 258352 273862 309258 813227

712317 711962 412905 711962 731128 419867

2010 PROVISIONAL DATES If you are unable to do your turn ple as e try to arrange a s ubs titute

Date JAN Sun 3 FEB Sun 7 MAR Sun 7 Sat 13 APR Sun 4

Event Club Trial Club Trial Club Trial W ork Party Club Trial

Site Rome M Heath N lands Rome Rome

MAY Sun 2 Sun 9 JUNE Sat 5 Sun 6

Club Trial Group Trial Camp w/end Camp w/end

M Heath Fantics Rome N lands Kwackers N lands

Halnaker Trials Park Dates for 2010

Team Ajays Duggies Enfield

Date JUL Sun 4 Sat 10 AUG Sun 1

Event Club Trial Practice Club Trial

Site WW Rome M Heath

Team Monties

Harleys

SEPT Sat 4 Sun 5 OCT Sun 3 Sat 9 NOV Sun 7 DEC Sun 5

Camp W /end Camp W /end Club Trial Practice Club Trial Club Trial

N Lands N Lands Rome M Heath N Lands M Heath

Cossacks

Indians

Laverdos Greevies Jimmies

A 285 Chichester to Petw orth Approx 1 mile north of Halnaker Village - Start 10 am

Jan 17, Feb 21, Mar 21, April 18, May 16, June 20, July 18, Aug 15, Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 21, Dec 19



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