Llangollen & District Motorcycle Club

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Llangollen & District Motorcycle Club

was  established over 25 years ago, and is affiliated to the North Wales and Cheshire Center of the ACU. 

Our club is recognized as  being capable of putting on top trials events in a varied venues all around the Llangollen area.  Each year the club runs four rounds of its own trials championship as well as hosting national events like the Lomax and NBBC.  But we don’t just do “off road”.  If you have 2 wheels and an engine – we love ya!  Why not join us? Membership Page

1st Club Practice Evening

Our first club practice evening will take place on Thursday 24th May.

8 sections, 3 routes, 4 laps - all for the princely sum of £5!

Sign on at Fron Woods at 6:00 PM.

Club championship Round 1 - results here

The first round was like night and day compared to the Lomax a few weeks earlier, or should we say the difference between cold and hot.

Yes finally we had good weather - thank goodness!

Many of the passers by along the canal had a good view and the amount that stopped walking, running, cycling and even canoeing to get a good eyeful was plentiful.  Only the barges didn't stop :-)

All thoughts of going home with a clean bike dissolved when we headed in to the wet wood, I think that place holds the earths supply of mud even in summer! One section was good (Brads), one was bad (Billy's) and one was ugly as hell. (Dieter's). While Kyle Hayes slipped off course trying to get in the section he didn't make many mistakes once in the section or in fact any section dropping just 4 marks the whole trial, more than a few think he has modified his bike so it carries helium.  Rounding out the top places in experts was Tony Buckley and Aled Price (running his Dad's bike - does he know yet?).  All 12 Inter riders didn't have it much easier than the experts, especially on section five but Oliver Pitt made it look easier than most and went on to win the class.

Novice winner Steve Carthy

Over 40 winner Tony Gush

Over 40 plus Peter Ruscoe

Pre 65 winner Terry Lloyd

All the above won there respective classes with only 20ish marks dropped - well done fellas and many were on vintage steads.

Adult beginners was as close as you like with of a few marks between the top 3 but in the end Shane Oliver ruled supreme on unlucky for some but not for him 13 marks.

19 young ones battled it out in the conducted and all had stories to tell.

Jack Buckley, Lewis Herdsman, Tai Burgess, Steffen Jones, Tomos Reece, Lucy Backer, Ellis Barton all went on to win there class, well done to all.

Cracking weather, cracking day and a cracking time - it's all good when the sun comes out!

Thanks to everyone who turned out especially those helping make it happen as usual, the observers did a wonderful job really big thanks to them and those who stuck the markers in the ground - you are all what makes it happen.

Wayne & Cheryl Catering are the kind providers of hot and cold sustenance at each Llangollen Championship Round,

Events coming up

Thursday, May 3 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday, May 5 at 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday, May 17 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM


For those that wish to join the club and also for Fron Woods:

Membership form: Here.

Fron Woods form: Here.

Prizes all round at the Llan Bike Fest

Jacob gets more than he can handle

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