We are really proud to celebrate our 75th year in August with a “one route” traditional trial at our Clay Hill venue in Tenterden. We are still going to provide a seperate “yellow” route that will be suitable for the beginner, sportsman and youth riders. We would also dearly love to see as many bikes from throughout the ages so if you have a Pre 67, twinshock etc please bring them along.
From the initial concept back in 1946, Karl Pugh led the formation of the club set up to cater for the social and recreational needs of motorcycle minded people mainly returning from the war and the armed services. Off road riding was encouraged, many utilising converted road machines used for commuting to work. Members at the time were in the 18-50 age group.
75 years on and the club is still providing this forum and we are pleased that the age group has expanded to now include these amazing younger riders on the incredible oset machines as well as the guys progressing onto conventional bikes.
Many of you will remember similar successful anniversary events that celebrated our 40th, 50th and 60th years. We are also holding a celebration social event the Saturday afternoon before the trial at the Tenterden Museum in the High Street, where thanks to Roys efforts we still have an excellent club display of images, trophies and other club items. Please feel free to come along, refreshments will be provided and we will be displaying a number of bikes from throughout the years.
Entry form for the trial below
Entry form – 75th Anniversary Trial