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Hay Farm Trial – 21 May 2017
The venue of Hay Farm Wadbridge proved a good venue for Camel Vale Motorcycle Club. Run as Rd5 of the Cornish trials championship, 69 riders were tempted out  to enjoy a dry cloudy days riding.Using the banks, natural streams and slippery muddy roots, the club layed out a very competitive three laps of eight double sub sections. Young Oliver Lawer took a comfortable win on the Blue course, beating Ian Martin and George Edyvean  in the process. Josh Wright took a well deserved win in the Youth/B class. A clear win on the Blue/ Yellow course went to Darren James from Matt Tabb and Max Hembroke. The clubman route win went to Robin Martin from Dave Kemp and Michael Clarke. Youth A went to Toby Richards. Tim Jasper took a fine clear win on the 50/50 N/exp route from Gareth White and last years winner Michael Jacobs. The Youth C went to Finlay Rule, with Ben James taking the Youth B award. On the once popular White course the win went to Alex Riddell from Adrian Bray and Andy Wetherelt. The T/shock win went to Chris Anstee from Keith Vercoe and John Francis.Best Youth B went to Richard Mitchell.
The poorly supported Green course win went to Brian Hale.
Blue course: Prem, O Lawer 25, I Martin 33 (28c), G Edyvean 33 (31c),. Youth B Prem, J Wright 64.   Blue/ Yellow course: Prem, D James 16, M Tabb 33, M Hembroke 36.   Yellow course: Prem, R Martin 11, D Kemp 28, M Clarke 29 . Youth A, T Richards 24.  Yellow/ White course: Prem, T Jasper 9, G White 12,  M Jacobs 20. Youth C Prem, F Rule 39. Youth B Prem, B James 53. White course: Prem, A Ribbell 28, A Bray 33, A Wetherelt 37. T/S, C Anstee 12, K Vercoe 19, J Francis 29.   Youth B Prem, R Mitchell 68.    Green course: Adult Prem,  B Hale 13.
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South West Enduro Championship

Results after 3 rounds

ALL enquiries must go to John Young

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Dennis Richards Trophy Trial, a round of the  National Normandale Masters Series.
22/4/17
66 riders who travelled to Madron Penzance for the Dennis Richards Trophy Trial run by Westcornwall Motorcycle Club, were faced with a 2 laps of a 20 section course. Run as round of the National Normandale Masters Series Championship, it uttilised two seperate groups using the natural granite outcrops coupled with root covered banks in Trevalour woods and rocky river sections with muddy banks in the valley at Drift. Visiting Trevalor woods first the ten sections proved easier that expected, never the less it proved to be just right as it eased the riders gently into the trial before riding the more demanding sections in the Drift group.
In the Non Championship class on route 1, young Oliver Lawer proved to be the one to beat with Ian Martin a close second followed by Ty Hendra. On the route 2 the win went to G Chandler from local lads Max Hembroke and Jon White. In the Mono Aircooled class only 2 riders made the start with the win going to S Bird by virtue of the greater number of cleans from R Sherlock. Riding modern Mono’s the winner of the Over 40’s went to B Skinner from Darren James and Martin Richards who also had to be seperated by the most cleans rule. Over 50’s winner David Richards had a day long battle just taking the win from M Champion and G Haslam. In the Over 60’s class a very clear win went to R Johns from M Flannagan and A Chandler.
Non Championship Route1 Prem, O Lawer 17, I Martin 20, T Hendra 45.  Non Championship Route2 Prem, G Chandler 12, M Hembroke 22, J White 44.   Aircooled Mono’s Route2  Prem, S Bird 16 (34c), R Sherlock 16 (30c).
Over 40’s  Route1 Prem, B Skinner 6, D James 9 (37c), M Richards 9 (34c).     Over 50’s Route2 Prem, D Richards 6, M Champion 8, G Haslam 9.    Over 60’s Route2 Prem, R Johns 8, M Flannagan 32, A Chandler 38.

Results:

http://westcornwallmotorclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Dennis-Richards-Trial-Normandale-Masters-2017.pdf

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Len James Trial.
60 riders rode this years Camborne and Redruth Motor Clubs Len James Trial at Lower Relowas Farm St Martins, run in drier weather than expected the riders were faced with 3 laps of 8 double subs. With conditions having been wet leading up to the trial the James boys put on a competive and some times high scoring event enjoyed by most riders.
On the expert course Toby Martyn out on his works backed Vertigo took a clear win from George Edyvean and Ian Martin.  C/exp route winner Andy Coombes beat Andrew Cundy and Glen Lowe on what proved a very high scoring course. On the C/man route Tristan Barnicoat having his first competitive ride for some time beat David Richards and Phil Whear, 1 youth B rode the C/man route young Toby Richards and in doing so put in a ride worthy of a 4th place in the adults.  In the N/exp class the scores were suprisingly low with the win going to Mark Hancock from Michael Jacobs and Gareth White who were split using the tie break rule.
Down on the novice route Adrian Bray took a clear win from Andy Wetherelt and Melroy Youlton, while in the T/shock class Peter Bullen beat Chris Anstee and Richard Trott, 2 Youth C’s had a high scoring tussel but it was a win for Finlay Rule from Kira Sansero-James. Only two of the Green course youth riders riders made it to the finish with Josh Lawer beating William Allen, while in the Adults the win went to Brian Hale from Richard Mitchell and Tim Powell.
Blue course: Prem, T Martyn 8, G Edyvean 26, I Martin 50. Youth A, J Wright 84.  C/man Exp course: Prem, A Coombes 113, A Cundy 124, G Lowe 125. C/Man course: Prem, T Barnicoat 16, D Richards 17, P Whear 18. Youth B, Prem, T Richards 22.  N/Exp course: Prem, M Hancock 3, M Jacobs 4(46c), G White 4(44c). Youth B,Prem, B James 37.   Novice course: Prem, A Bray 6, A Wetherelt 18, M Youlton 21. T/shock Prem, P Bullen 9,   C Anstee 10, R Trott 15. Youth C, Prem, F Rule 31, K Sansero-James 55. Youth B, Prem, R Mitchell 92. Green course: Adult Prem, B Hale 73, R Mitchell 79, T Powell 105. Youth Prem, J Lawer 45, W Allen 49.
CVMCC GARKER FEBRUARY TRIAL
An entry of 59 riders, faced a dry but chilly day for this years Camelvale Motorcycle clubs February trial.Run in the ever popular Garker valley over 3 laps of 8 double sub sections, using the more central parts of the valley ensured an easier type going to Januarys Kernow trial. Top Expert honours on the main route went to George Edyvean, who rode well beating Simon James and Gareth Andrew.Youth A rider Josh Wright fought well over the demanding sections. Matt Turner proved the best man on the C/man Exp route closely followed by Andy Coombes and Nick Richards, young Toby Richards rode well to take the Youth award.
In the C/man class the win went to David Richards from Morgan Blacker and Michael Clarke. The new 50/50 route saw Andy Gent riding well for the Premier from Alan Barnes and Mike Jacobs. White course winner was Neil Langworthy from Andy Wetherelt and Chris Doidge, while Peter Bullen beat travelling companion Kevin Hawke and Keith Vercoe for the twinshock win.Top Pre65 was Richard Trott followed by Chris Anstee.              A healthy entry on the green course saw the adult win going to Geoffry Cresswell by virtue of 2 more cleans from Stuart Dymond and Dave Hendry, young Jowan Davis took the Youths award from Richard Mitchell.
Blue course: Prem, G Edyvean 16, S James 34, G Andrew 62. Youth A, J Wright 101.  Blue/Yellow course: Prem, M Turner 77, A Coombes 91, N Richards 95. Youth A, T Richards 124.   Yellow course: Prem,  D Richards 39,M Blacker 69, M Clarke 70.   Yellow/ White course: Prem, A Gent 19, A Barnes 23, M Jacobs 24.     White course: Prem, N Langworthy 12, A Wetherelt 14, C Doidge 20.  T/S, P Bullen 21, K Hawke 34, K Vercoe 53.  Youth B, J Godwin 48. Pre65, Prem, R Trott 11, C Anstee 30.   Green course : Adult Prem, G Cresswell 8 (44c), S Dymond 8 (42c), D Hendry 11.  Youth Prem, J Davis 14, R Mitchell 20.

 

 

Cornwall Centre ACU Kernow Trial.  7 January 2017
The 2017 Cornish trials championship kicked off with round 1 of the Cornwall Centre ACU Kernow Trial, run by Camelvale Motorcycle club in the excellent Garker valley St.Austell.The 90 plus solos faced 2 laps of 22subs, made all the more tricky with challenging riding in between the sections and rain at the start of the event cleared to leave a pleasant day. Devon visitor Joe Baker took a clear top place with with a fighting ride beating local man George Edyvean and Toby Churchill.
On the C/man Exp course making a rare apperance on RCM motorcycles loaned Sherco Gareth Andrew had a close battle just beating local man Andy Coombes who in turn just beat Mark Cameron.One Youth A, Josh Wright rode this course.   On the Yellow C/man course flying chef John Young just beat  Scott Dommett by virtue of one extra clean, closely followed by Phil Wicket.Once again only one Youth Ollie Smith rode on this course. The new 50/50 N/exp route was closely taken by Mike Jacobs from John Stafford and Alan Barnes.
The once popular White route saw the novice class going to Peter Pollard from Adrian Bray and Alex Riddell, Kevin Hawke took the t/shock class from John Francis and Keith Vercoe. In the Pre65 class Chris Anstee took the win chased by Richard Trott and Kevin Allen.Two riders took on the trailbike class with Shaun Bunney beating Rob Richards.
Camelvale would like to thank everyone for there help in making this trial possible, especially the observers for giving there time so that riders can enjoy themselves.
Blue course: Prem, J Baker 14, G Edyvean 50, T Churchill 74.  Blue/Yellow course: Prem, G White 38, A Coombes 42, M Cameron 43.  Youth A, J Wright 71.  Yellow course: Prem,J Young 23,32c, S Dommett 23, 31c, P Wicket 28.  Youth B, O Smith 84.  Yellow/ White course: Prem, M Jacobs 3, J Stafford 4, A Barnes 5.  White course: Prem, P Pollard 12, A Bray 27, A Riddell 28.  T/shock, K Hawke 23, J Francis 30, K Vercoe 44.  Pre 65 ,C Anstee 27, R Trott 31, K Allen 68. T/bike Prem,  S Bunney 24, R Richards 126.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is with regret that the Centre has been advised today (3.1.17) of the death of a former Centre Chairman – Mike Roberts. Our condolences are extended to his family.

 

 

Ray Wilcox Christmas Trial.
Heavy rain,in the week leading up to the Ray Wilcox Christmas Trial, gave way to a dry day for the 70 riders who faced 3 laps of 8 single sub sections.On the Expert route Sam Wooldridge rode well for the win, but Ty Hendra was always close on his heels.Darren James was best on the Cl/Exp route chased hard by Mick Thompson who lost by virtue of one less clean with Matt Tabb close behind, Toby Richards took the youth award.
Morgan Blacker had the best ride on the C/man route, but once again it was a tight and close fight between Adrian Drowne and Andrew Gent for 2nd place, with Adrian just taking it with more ones. On the N/exproute Tim Jasper proved the master beating Gareth White and Mike Jacobs. Ben James took the Youth B award and Finlay Rule the Youth D.
The Novice class was a clear win for Neil O’Connor from Alex Riddell and Paul Julian, Paul just losing by 2 cleans. In the T/shock class Michael Clarke beat Keith Vercoe and John Francis. Two Pre 65 rode this course with Tim Wooldridge mastering the course and beat Chris Anstee. In the youths Josiah Godwin took the Youth A, Kira James the Youth C and Richard Mitchell the Youth D. A combination of Adults and Youths rode the Green course with the Adult win going to Richard Mitchell from Brian Hale and Tim Powell, while in the Youths the win went to Joshua Pengilly from Jonathon Hancock and William Allen.
Expert course: Prem, S Wooldridge 5, T Hendra 15.  Cl/Exp course: Prem, D James 9(20c), M Thompson 9(19c),M Tabb 13.Youth B, T Richards 35.  C/man course: Prem, M Blacker 11, A Drowne 17 (15c), A Gent 17 (16c).  N/exp course: Prem,T Jasper 3, G White 6, M Jacobs 7.  Youth B,B James 16, Youth D, F Rule 8.  Novice course: Prem, N O’Connor 1,A Riddell 6 (22c), P Julian 6 (20c).  T/S Prem, M Clarke 4, K Vercoe 6, J Francis 8.    Pre65 Prem, T Wooldridge 0, C Anstee 3. Youth A, J Godwin 27,Youth C, K James 28,Youth D, R Mitchell 31.
Green course: Adult Prem, R Mitchell 14, B Hale 21, T Powell 26.  Youth Prem,  J Pengilly 1, J Hancock 23, W Allen 26.
2017 Cornwall Centre dates – as ever please check with clubs beforehand.
Confirmation of Trial Championship dates asap.
SouthWest Championship – Enduro / Hare and Hounds
For 2017 there is a new Coordinator – John Young
CORNWALL CENTRE TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP
PROVISIONAL RESULTS
CVMCC – Colwith Farm Trial 14 August 2016
The 36 riders who entered this years Colwith Farm Trial @ Treesmill near Lostwithiel, were faced with 4 laps of 6 double sub sections. Run by Camelvale Motorcycle Club the previous weeks dry spell helped keep the scores down for most people. With no woods available for use as in previous years, the sections moved to the far side of the farm in a long banked tree lined valley.
Riding well and taking the overall win was lone expert runner George Edyvean who coped very well with the sections. Riding in the c/man expert class Andy Coombes took a close win from David Richards and Matt Tabb. Down on the Yellow course Kye Steel had a clear win over Chris Tabb and Robert Blacker. The N/exp win on the yellow course was won by Alan Barnes from Tony Dinham and Max Hembroke.
The once  popular White course had not only modern monoshocks, but older t/shocks, and older riders all competing against one another. The mono win went to Tom Merrit from Jeremy Dunn and Keith Morcom. Chris Anstee  and Peter Bullen shared the win in the T/shock class. On the Green course Katie Jo Morcom rode well for her win with a score only beaten by veteran Dave Hendry who in turn beat Brian Hale.
Blue/Red course: Exp Prem, G Edyvean 8.  C/man exp Prem,Andy Coombes 59, D Richards 79, M Tabb 86.   Yellow course: Prem, K Steel 16,C Tabb 43, R Blacker 46.   N/exp Prem, A Barnes 18, T Dinham 28, M Hambroke 30.   White course: Mono Prem, T Merrit 3, J Dunn 4, K Morcom 6.  T/S class, C Anstee 2, P Bullen 2.   Green course: Prem, D Hendry 1, B Hale 4. Youth C Prem, K J Morcom 4.
PMC Anning Cup Trial – 31 July 2016
Fraser’s woods and dry dusty conditions aren’t exactly what you would expect, but that is just what the 42 riders found for Pendennis Motorcycle clubs Anning Cup trial. Run as Rd7 of the Cornish Trials Championship and over 3 laps of 8 double subsections, the club had to put in some tight turns to try to take marks. Only 1 rider in the novice class managed a clean sheet, and that honour went to Neal O’Connor who beat Adrian Bray and Roger Maddern, Ben James took a well deserved Youth B class win.  John Young came close to a perfect ride, but dropped 1 to beat Dave Kemp and Tim Jasper who was riding for the first time for some months after sustaining a rib injury.
Another almost making a clean ride was Alan Barnes who beat Chris Tabb and Ross Fraser. On the expert route 3 solitary dabs and a 2 were enough to give George Edyvean the win from Ty Hendra and Max Diment, who is still coming to terms with his new TRS trials bike. Darren James was the clear winner in the c/man exp class, beating Andrew Cundy and Robin Martin.  On the white course Chris Anstee had a close win with Simon Ferris only 1 mark more and Peter Bullen only 1 mark behind Simon.  2 riders rode on the green course and on this occasion the win went to Brian Hale from Dave Hendry.
Expert course: Prem, G Edyvean 5, T Hendra 7.  C/man Exp course: Prem, D James 7,A Cundy 23. Youth A. Prem, A Diment 66.  C/man course: Prem, J Young 1, D Kemp 5, T Jasper 8.  Mono N/exp course: Prem, A Barnes 1, C Tabb 4, R Fraser 9.  Mono novice course : Prem, N O’ Connor 0, A Bray 3, R Maddern 7.  T/Shock class Prem, C Anstee 8, S Ferris 9.  Youth B Prem, B James 3.  Green course: Prem, B Hale 4, D Hendry 23.
CVMCC Hay Farm Trial – 17 July 2016
The venue of Hay Farm Wadebridge proved a good venue for Camel Vale Motorcycle Club,allowing 40 plus riders to enjoy a bright sunny days riding.Using the banks, natural streams and slippery muddy roots, the club laid out a very competitive three laps of eight double sub sections. George Edyvean took a comfortable win on the Blue course, beating Ty Hendra in the process. Josh Wright took a well deserved win in the Youth/B class. A close battle on the Blue/ Yellow course, saw the win going to Andy Coombes from Andrew Cundy and Steve Tabb. Darren James took the Clubman win from local chef John Young who arranged the use of Hay Farm and Morgan Blacker. Youth A went to Toby Richards. Mike Jacobs had a tight finish just beating Ryan Thomas by virtue of one extra clean with Mark Hancock chasing hard, the Youth C went to Finlay Rule. On the ever popular White course  Adrian Bray took the win with Aaron Young and Gavin Hunt close behind.The T/shock win went to Chris Anstee from Richard Trott and Peter Bullen, lone rider Andy Skelton had a good ride for the T/bike class.Best Youth B went to Ben James with Oscar Bowden taking the Youth C.
The poorly supported Green course win went to Dave Hendry from Brian Hale.
Blue course: Prem, G Edyvean 10, T Hendra 39. Youth A Prem, J Wright 77.   Blue/ Yellow course: Prem, A Coombes 18, A Cundy 26, S Tabb 33.   Yellow course: Prem, D James 17, J Young 23, M Blacker 26 . Youth A T Richards 50. Yellow/ White course: Prem, M Jacobs 5 (44c), R Thomas 5 (43c), M Hancock 10. Youth C Prem, F Rule 25.  White course: Prem, A Bray 5, A Young 9, G Hunt 16. T/S, C Anstee 3, R Trott 10, P Bullen 13. Trailbike Prem, A Skelton 9.  Youth B Prem, B James 15.  Youth C Prem, O Bowden 63.   Green course: Prem, D Hendry 3, B Hale 36.
CVMCC Thunder Park Trial   22 May 2016
A new venue Thunder Park near the village of Luxulyan in old Quarry workings, greeted 52 riders for the Thunder Park trial. Run by Camel Vale MCC, the entry faced 4 laps of demanding double subs of loose granite boulders, earthy root climbs made the more treacherous by over night rain, and more granite outcrops. Taking it all in his stride, current British youth A champion Toby Martyn had the best ride of the day dropping three solitary dabs.
Best expert ride went to Ian Martin by virtue of 44 cleans to Oliver Lawers 42 cleans with Max Diment coming in third. On the Cl/exproute Robin Martin had a comfortable win from Andrew Cundy and Andy Coombes.
On the C/man course tie breaks came into play once again to give the win to Morgan Blacker from Michael Clarke and Steve Tabb, young Toby Richards took the Youth B award. In the N/exp class a clear win went to Alan Barnes from Chris Tabb, with Mark Hancock coming out the winner for third after the tie break was used once again. On this course Finlay Rule rode well to take his class win. Adrian Bray rode well for the novice class win beating Alex Riddell and a distant Christopher Riddell. Josiah Godwin took the Youth A award and Katie Jo Morcom the Youth C from Oscar Bowden. In the T/shock class the win went to Peter Bullen from Martin Gilbert and Kevin Hawke. On the green course only one rider made it to the end and that honour went to Brian Hale.
Expert course: Prem, I Martin 8 (44c), O Lawer 8 (42c), M Diment 24. Youth A Prem, T Martyn 3.  Cl/exp course: Prem, R Martin 47, A Cundy 53, A Coombes 70.  Cl/man course: Prem, M Blacker 67 (19c),M Clarke 67( 18c), S Tabb 80. Youth B Prem, T Richards 87.  N/exp course: Prem, A Barnes 16, C Tabb 23, M Hancock 25, Youth C Prem, F Rule 52.   Novice course: Prem, A Bray 9, A Riddell 19, C Riddell 67.  Youth A Prem, J Godwin 58, Youth C Prem, K Morcom 55, O Bowden 99. T/S Prem, P Bullen 17 ( most ones) M Gilbert 17, K Hawke 20.  Green course: Prem, B Hale 5.
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Camborne Redruth Trebarrow trial 17 April 2016
The 37 riders who took part in the Trebarrow Trial at Bugle, were faced with 3 laps of 8 single sub sections. Run by Camborne and Redruth motorcycle club, the riders faced a variety of terrain from Granite rocks to slippery roots and muddy climbs.
On the Expert route the win went to Ty Hendra from Robin Martin and Andy Coombes, Josh Wright rode the same course for the Youth B win with a very worthy 4th best overall.  On the C/man route Nick Richards had a close win just fending off Morgan Blacker and Mick Clarke. One Youth C rider Finlay Rule rode the  C/man route for the win . On the Yellow/White course Mark Hancock had a close finish just beating Graham Airey and Ian Yeates, Toby Richards took the Youth B award on this course.
The novice mono win went to Paul Godwin, Simon Ferris beat Kevin Hawke and Peter Bullen for the T/shock class. Oscar Bowden beat Ben James for the Youth B award. Two riders competed for the vetrans class and on this occasion David Hendry came away with the win beating Brian Hale. Young Kira James took the Youth C win on this route.
Exp course: Prem, T Hendra 8, R Martin 29, A Coombes 39. Youth B, Prem, J Wright 42.  C/man course: Prem, N Richards 9, M Blacker 11, M Clarke 13. Youth C, Prem, F Rule 46.  N/exp course: Prem, M Hancock 18, G Airey 21, I Yeates22. Youth B, Prem, T Richards 50.   Novice course: Prem, P Godwin 71. T/shock Prem, S Ferris 12, K Hawke 13, P Bullen 18.  Youth B, Prem, O Bowden 41, B James 49. Vetrans Prem, D Hendry 18, B Hale 28. Youth C Prem, K James 38.
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Cornish Hare and Hounds/Enduro Championship 2016
Results of the first round – Largin Enduro – available on this link. Enquiries about the championship to Ross Youlton.
http://www.camel-valemcc.net/results/4590018447
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PLEASE FIND THE LINK TO THE CORNWALL TRIALS CHAMPIONSHIP CURRENT POSITIONS
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GOOD FRIDAY TRIAL
An entry of 50 plus riders, faced a dry and mild day for this years Camelvale Motorcycle clubs Good Friday trial.Run in the ever popular Garker valley over 3 laps of 8 double sub sections, using the more central parts of the valley ensured an easier type going to January’s Kernow trial. Top Expert honours on the main route went to George Pollard, who rode well for a first lap of 27 and improved for a lap of 25. Runner up Ian Martin returned laps of 33 and 28 but was 9 marks to many,with Oliver Lawer coming home third. Youth A rider Toby Martin proved best on this course beating George’s score by 30 points. Sam Fack proved the best man on the C/man Exp route closely followed by Nick Brock and Andy Coombes, young Alex Diment rode well to take the Youth award.
In the C/man class the win went to David Richards fom John Oliver and Dean Abraham, Josh Wright rode well to finish with a score worthy of a top 4 placing in taking the Youth award. The new 50/50 route saw Alan Barnes riding well for the Premier from Tony Dinham and Mike Jacobs, with Toby Richards taking the Youth award. White course winner was Adrian Bray from Chris Tabb and Joel Worthington, while Martin Gilbert took the T/shock from Simon Ferris and Daniel Clarke. Young Finlay Rule rode really well to take the Youth C award from Finlay Selway Clarke.
Blue course: Prem, G Pollard 52, I Martin 61, O Lawer 74. Youth A, T Martyn 22.  Blue/Yellow course: Prem, S Fack 90, N Brock 96, A Coombes 103. Youth A, Prem, A Diment 161.   Yellow course: Prem,  D Richards 38, J Oliver 49, D Abrahams 55. Youth B, J Wright 65.  Yellow/ White course: Prem, A Barnes 17, T Dinham 39, M Jacobs 47. Youth B, Prem, T Richards 63.    White course: Prem,  A Bray 14, C Tabb 21, J Worthington 27.  T/S, M Gilbert 3, S Ferris 21, D Clarke 72.  Youth C, F Rule 18, F S Clarke 61.
Colin Dommett Rd 4 Wessex Plant Hire (Bristol)  British Sidecar Trial Championship 6.3.16
On Sunday the 6th March , Camborne and Redruth Motorcycle Club ran  Round 4 of the 2016 ACU Wessex Plant Hire (Bristol)  sponsored British Sidecar Trial. Using the excellent Garker valley venue, the 23 entrants who travelled from far and wide were faced with 1 lap of 40 subs. With going in between sections sometimes as hard as the sections themselves, it was never going to be an easy day. Rain over the preceeding days had left the going quite slippy, this led to riders getting caught out by what looked like a straight forward hazard.
Five entrants competed on the championship route, and it was the Isle of Man pairing of Nigel Crellin and Chris Molyneaux who took the win from Jon Tuck and Matt Sparks,Daryl Dale and Hannah Etherington came home in third.  The intermediate class win went to Rob Head and Aron Jacobs closely chased by David Tuck and Joe Weman then followed by Simon Evans and Nick Harding who were third. The biggest class the Clubman class went to William Caine and Bethany Thomas who had a stunning ride to take a very clear win from Tony Jones and Jamie Howe , followed by Paul Fishlock and Debbie Merrell. The lone newcomers were Jack Corlette and Ben Crookall who rode to a commendable result.
Championship class : Prem, N Crellin/ C Molyneux 14, J Tuck/ M Sparks 26, D Dale/ H Etherington 46.    Intermediate class : Prem, R Head/ A Jacobs 54, D Tuck/ J Weeman 57, S Evans/ N Harding 69 .   Clubman class : Prem, W Caine/ B Thomas 17,T Jones/ J Howe 47, P Fishlock/ D Merrill 49.   Newcomers: Prem, J Corlette/ B Crookall 49.

 

Some good news….

Cornish Enduro Championship

Round 1: April 10th 2016 Camel Vale MCC, Largin Enduro
Round 2: May 8th 2016 Camel Vale MCC, Hustyns Enduro
Round 3: May 15th 2016 Camborne Redruth MC Hare’n’Hounds
Round 4: July 3rd 2016 Camborne Redruth MC Hare’n’Hounds
Round 5: July 10th 2016 Pendennis MCC Hare’n’Hounds
Round 6: August 28th 2016 West Cornwall MC Hare’n’Hounds
Round 7: September 4th 2016 Pendennis MCC Hare’n’Hounds
Round 8: October 23rd 2016 Camel Vale MCC, Dunmere Enduro

Best 6 of 8 rounds to count, tie-break decided by best finish at last round both riders start

NOTE Round 1 Largin may not be included as regs already out. Hopefully Camel Vale will get this changed on their regs but no guarantee. If not it will be 6 of 7 rounds.

 

 

 

BSA Cup Trial 28.2.16
40 riders made the trip down to the far west of Cornwall for the West Cornwall Motorcycle Clubs BSA Cup Trial. Using the rocky valley at Boscean farm ST Just, the riders faced 3 laps of 8 challenging double subs.
On the expert route the win went to Ian Martin but he was pushed hard by Simon James with Ty Hendra not far away.  Matt Tabb had a fine ride to take the C/Exp win from Andy Coombes and Robin Martin, with Alex Diment taking the Youth award.   Andy Gough beat Dean Abraham and Dave Kemp for the C/man win, with Ryan Thomas taking the N/exp class from Peter Pollard and Mark Hancock. One youth rode this course young Toby Richards and was not far off the Adult scores.   Phil Roberts had a very clear win to take the Novice class with Chris Tabb and Graham Kemp a distant second and third. In the T/shock class Simon Ferris proved the master followed by Chris Anstee and Kevin Hawke.
Exp course: Prem, I Martin 37, S James 41, T Hendra 59.  C/Exp course: Prem, M Tabb 37, A Coombes 55, R Martin 57. Youth Prem, A Diment 94.  C/man course: Prem, A Gough 43, D Abraham 52, D Kemp 53.            N/exp course: Prem, R Thomas 31, P Pollard 40, M Hancock 43.  Youth Prem, T Richards 55.  Novice course: Prem, P Roberts 18, C Tabb 33, G Kemp 37.  T/S Prem, S Ferris 10, C Anstee 15, K Hawke 25.

Blewett and Pender Cup Trial.

43 riders travelled to Rosewall Hill St Ives for the Blewett and Pender Cup Trial, run by Westcornwall Motorcycle Club, they were faced with a 3 lap, 8 double sub sections. Using the natural granite outcrops over a course overlooking St Ives Bay,with heavy winds but little rain a hard day was had by all.
Riding the Expert route Young Oliver Lawer took a fine win over Ian Martin and Ty Hendra. Two youths competed on the expert course with Tyler Randall taking the win fom Toby Churchill. Mick Thompson had a good win over Matt Tabb and Robin Martin to take the C/man exp route, Alex Diment rode well for the Youth award.
David Richards riding his newly aquired 4RT had a very clear winning ride from Steve Tabb and Steve Reeves with Josh Wright taking the Youth award. The N/exp course win was taken by Graham Airey from Richard Parkyn and Chris Tabb with the youth award going to Toby Richards. Melroy Youlton took a clear win in the novice class beating Neil O Connor and Scott Harvey, in the T/shock class Chris Anstee beat Kevin Hawke and Dan Clarke.
Riding a seperate 2 lap course 2 sidecar crews competed with P Churchill and passenger taking the win from Mike Jewel and Graham Clark.
Exp course: Prem, O Lawer 13, I Martin 19, T Hendra 39.  Youth A Prem, T Randall 57, T Churchill 78.   C/exp course: Prem, M Thompson 41, M Tabb 63, R Martin 66. Youth Prem, A Diment 119.  C/man course: Prem, D Richards 27, S Tabb 66, S Reeves 68.  Youth Prem, J Wright 41.   N/exp course: Prem, G Airey 59, R Parkyn 67, C Tabb 79.  Youth B Prem, T Richards 92.  White course: Prem, M Youlton 34, N O’Connor 54, S Harvey 66.  T/shock Prem, C Anstee 30, K Hawke 42, D Clarke 90.    S/car course: Prem, P Churchill / A N Other 54, M Jewel / G Clarke 76.

 

Double Diamond Trial. 17 January 2016

29 riders contested the Pendennis motor clubs Double Diamond Trial at the banger track St Day.  Using the spoil heaps, scattered granite and numerous tracks and roots the seven double sub sections were ridden three times.
Riding the C/exp route a clear win went to Matt Tabb from Glen Lowe and John Young. One youth Alex Diment contested this course. On the C/man course the win went to Michael Clarke from Dean Abraham and Salvator Cudlip. A close contest ensued on the N/exp route with Mark Hancock taking a one mark win over Graham Airey and Richard Parkyn who were split by virtue of thirty cleans to twenty-seven.
On the novice route Graham Kemp won from J Bolitho and Aiden White, in the T/shock class the win went to Simon Ferris by vitue of thity-two cleans to Will Kemps 31 cleans and Chris Tabb. Richard Trott was best Pre65 runner beating Keith Vercoe.
Four riders contested the Green course with Dave Hendry taking the win from Brian Hale and Stuart Dymond, riding an electric bike young J Hancock took the youth award.
C/exp course: Prem, M Tabb 15, G Lowe 28, J Young 32. Youth Prem, A Diment 48.  C/man course: Prem, M Clarke 39, D Abraham 44, S Cudlip 55.  N/exp course: Prem, M Hancock 27, G Airey 28 (30 cleans), R Parkyn 28( 27 cleans).   Novice course: Mono Prem, G Kemp 41, J Bolitho 53, A White 70.  T/shock Prem, S Ferris 18 (32 cleans), W Kemp 18 (31 cleans), C Tabb 30.   Pre 65 Prem, R Trott 23, K Vercoe 42.   Green course: Senior Prem, D Hendry 10, B Hale 24, S Dymond 24.   Youth Prem, J Hancock 27.

 

Camborne and Redruth Motorcycle Club Trispen Da Chuna Trial. 10 January 2016

After the Kernow trial on Saturday, Sunday saw CRMC run their Trispen Da Chuna Trial as round two of the Cornish trials championship, using the venue at Gilberts Coombe Redruth. The 50 plus solos were faced with 2 laps of 9 single subs and had a variety of sections with slippery mud and root laden climbs and drops,granite rocks and a scattering of precast masonary. Local lad Ian Martin had a good ride to take the win in the experts from Oliver Lawer and George Edyvean. In the C/man Exp class the win was taken by Mick Thompson from Robin Martin and Matt Tabb. The c/man route went David Richards out on a new Montesa 4RT for the first time, from Mike Champion and Michael Clarke.  The 50/50 route was taken by Saturdays winner Jon Probits from Oxford, followed once again by Alan Barnes who beat Richard Parkyn into third place.In the Youth B class young Toby Richards had a good ride for the win.  On the white course Mark Woodburn had the win from Owen Clarke and James Bolitho, Ben James took the Youth B award on this course with Finlay Clarke taking the Youth C. Of the Pre65 runners Anton Ferris riding a borrowed Tiger Cub took a clear win from Kevin Allen. Martin Gilbert had another good ride and beat Simon Ferris and Kevin Hawke in the Twinshock class, with Kiera James taking the Youth class. Brian Hale getting to grips with his Honda took the vet class from Stuart Dymond and Richard Mitchel.
Blue course: Prem,  I Martin 36, O Lawer 49, G Edyvean 58.  Blue/Yellow course: Prem, M Thompson 18, R Martin 46, M Tabb 47. Youth B, J Wright 63.  Yellow course: Prem, D Richards 28, M Champion 32,M Clarke 49.  White/Yellow course: Prem, J Probits 29,  A Barnes 35, R Parkyn 56. Youth B, T Richards 61.  White course: Prem. M Woodburn 55, O Clarke 59, J Bolitho 66.  Pre65, A Ferris 30, K Allen 62.  T/shock, M Gilbert 39, S Ferris 50,K Hawke 52. Youth B, B James 55. Youth C, F Clarke 86.  Green course: Prem Adult, B Hale 61, S Dymond 62, R Mitchel 69.  Youth Prem, K James 74.
 
Cornwall Centre ACU Kernow Trial. 9 January 2016
The 2016 Cornish trials championship kicked off with round 1 of the Cornwall Centre ACU Kernow Trial, run by Camelvale Motorcycle club in the excellent Garker valley St.Austell.The 78 odd solos faced 2 laps of 24 subs, made all the more tricky with challenging riding in between the sections and rain through most of the event. Devon visitor Joe Baker took a clear top place with with a fighting ride just beating Tom Hooper and local man George Edyvean. One youth B Billy Green also rode the hardest route and in doing so showed some excellent riding skills.
Travelling down from Devon Mick Thompson took a clear win from another local man Andy Coombes who in turn just beat Mark Datson.  On the Yellow c/man course Scott Dommett just beat Phil Wicket on tie break with Mick Champion not far behind.  Josh Wright had a good ride for the Youth B award on this route.  The new 50/50 N/exp route was clearly taken by Jon Probits from Alan Barnes and Tom Nancarrow.
The once popular White route saw the novice class going to Mark Woodward from Richard Jay and Bill Batten, Martin Gilbert took the t/shock class from Simon Ferris and Chris Anstee. In the Pre65 class Kevin Allen took the win with his competitors falling by the wayside.Three riders took on the trailbike class with Andy Skelton as ever the man to beat, followed by Shaun Bunney and Rob Richards.
Camelvale would like to thank everyone for there help in making this trial possible, especially the observers for standing out in the rain so that riders can enjoy themselves.
Blue course: Prem, J Baker 38, T Hooper 58, G Edyvean 82. Youth B, B Green 116. Blue/Yellow course: Prem, M Thompson 60, A Coombes 86, M Datson 98. Yellow course: Prem,S Dommett 34, P Wicket 34,M Champion 37. Youth B, J Wright 60. Yellow/ White course: Prem,J Probits 22, A Barnes 41, T Nancarrow 57. Youth B, T Richards 82. White course: Prem, M Woodford 37, R Jay 42, A Wright 56. T/shock,M Gilbert 22, S Ferris 26, C Anstee 37. Pre 65 ,K Allen 80. T/bike Prem, A Skelton 41, S Bunney 52, R Richards 125. Youth C Prem, F Selway-Clarke 98.

** The dates for 2016 are on the dates page**

As ever – they are subject to change. Please check with the clubs direct.

 

 

Ray Wilcox Christmas Trial.

Heavy overnight rain, turned into a dry overcast day and proved  good conditions for the Ray Wilcox Christmas Trial. The 61 riders faced 3 laps of 8 single sub sections.On the Expert route Sam Wooldridge rode well for the win, but Ty Hendra was always close on his heels, followed by Jordon Baker. Matt Tabb was best on the Cl/Exp route chased hard by Andrew Cundy and Phil Wicket, with Alex Diment taking the youth award.
Jon White had the best ride on the C/man route, but once again it was a tight and close fight with Mick Clark and Tim Jasper. On the N/exp route the places needed the tie break rule to get a winner, with Martin Hitchcott having 13 cleans to Richard Parkyns 12 there by giving Martin the win, Graham Airey came in a close third. Toby Richards took the Youth B award and Finlay Rule the Youth D.
The Novice class also needed the tie break to sort with Phil Roberts taking the win with 16cleans to Andy Skeltons 14 and Keith Vercoe third. In the T/shock class and currently on a roll results wise, Kevin Hawke had a clear win from Peter Bullen. A combination of Adults and Youths rode the Green course with the Adult win going to Howard Stevens from Richard Allen and Brian Hale, while in the Youths the win went to Kiera James from William Allen and Joshua Pengilly.
Expert course: Prem, S Wooldridge 29, T Hendra 37, J Baker 59.  Cl/Exp course: Prem, M Tabb 35, A Cundy 41, P Wickett 43.Youth, A Diment 50.  C/man course: Prem, J White 23, M Clark 25, T Jasper 27.  N/exp course: Prem, M Hitchcott 30( 13c), R Parkyn 30(12c), G Airey 32.  Youth B, T Richards 54, Youth D, F Rule 49.  Novice course: Prem, P Roberts 22(16c), A Skelton 22(14c), K Vercoe 45.  T/S Prem, K Hawke 17, P Bullen 48.
Green course: Adult Prem, H Stevens 19, R Allen 32, B Hale 37.  Youth Prem, K James 22, W Allen 32, J Pengilly 34.

 

Provisional Results for the Cornwall Centre Trials Championship 2015

2015 Cornish Championship points

 

 GARKER TRIAL – 25.10.15

An entry of 60 plus riders, faced a dry mild day for this years Camel Vale Motorcycle club’s Garker trial. Run in the ever popular Garker valley over 3 laps of 8 double sub sections, using the more central parts of the valley ensured an easier type going after the very damp Good Friday trial. Top Expert honours on the main route went to Ian Martin, who rode well for a first lap of 11 followed by two laps of 15 and 15. Runner up Max Diment returned consistant laps of 26, 22, and 25 but was never quite on the pace of Ian. Ty Hendra proved the best man on the C/man Exp route followed by Andy Coombes and Robin Martin.
In the C/man class a close win went to Andrew Cundy from Dean Abraham and Mark Datson,with Josh Wright beating Alex Diment for the Youth award. The new 50/50 route saw Alan Barnes riding well for the Premier from top enduro man Max Hembroke and Jon White, with Toby Richards taking the Youth B award. White course winner was Adrian Bray from Neil Langworthy and Gareth Pearce, top T/shock honours went to Simon Ferris for the win and in doing so finished top of the championship standings, he was chased hard by Pete Bullen and Kevin Hawke.Young Finlay Clarke took the Youth C award with Finlay Rule taking the Youth D.
Three Adults rode on the Green course with Stuart Dymond beating Brian Hale and Dave Hendry.
Blue course: Prem, I Martin 41,M Diment 73.   Blue/Yellow course: Prem,T Hendra 36, A Coombes 67,R Martin 71.  Yellow course: Prem,  A Cundy 31,D Abraham 33, M Datson 37. Youth A, J Wright 43, A Diment 49.  Yellow/ White course: Prem, A Barnes 7, M Hembroke 7, J White 15. Youth B, T Richards 76.  White course: Prem,  A Bray 20, N Langworthy 27.  T/S, S Ferris 8, P Bullen 14, K Hawke 28.  Youth C, F Clarke 31. Youth D, F Rule 35.  Green course: Adult Prem, S Dymond 24, B Hale 45, D Hendry 57.

CRMC Novice Beginner Trial.

21 entrants. riding a mix of petrol and electric bikes,visited Gilberts Coombe for Camborne and Redruth Motorcycle Clubs Novice / Beginner Trial. Riding the 16 inch wheeled electric bike class young Jowan Davis had a convincing win over Jory Wilcox-Sleep, while in the 20inch class Jonathan Hancock rode well to beat Iris Richards and Ronnie Richards. Lone runner Josh Sarsero-James took the Novice Oset class.
After starting out on electric bikes, a move up to petrol power has proved a good move for Finlay Rule, who took the Novice Youth class from Josiah Godwin and Kira Sarsero-James. Only 5 adults competed on the day with John Francis winnnig from Bruce Sparham and James Bolitho. On the red course the riders found the going hard with all the results in three figures, never the less they still finished with Leon Thomas coming out on top from Issac Brazier and Jamie Goss.
Blue 16”course: Prem, J Davis 47, J Wilcox-Sleep 129.  Blue 20” course: Prem, J Hancock 52, I Richards 76, R Richards 130.   Novice – Oset course: Prem, J Sarsero-James 117.  Novice Youth, Prem, F Rule 33, J Godwin 65, K Sarsero-James 105.  Novice, Prem, J Francis 11, B Sparham 16, J Bolitho 18 (39 cleans).   Red course: Prem, L Thomsas 116, I Brazier 127, J Goss 141.
Richard Parkyn

Colwith Farm Trial – 16 August 2015

The 45 riders who entered this years Colwith Farm Trial @ Treesmill near Lostwithiel, were faced with 4 laps of 6 double sub sections. Run by Camel Vale Motorcycle Club the previous weeks rain did little to help keep the scores down for most people. With no woods available for use as in previous years, the sections moved to the far side of the farm in a long muddy and at places wet valley.
Riding well and taking the overall win was lone expert runner Matt Tabb who coped very well with the sections and conditions to take the win. Riding in the c/man expert class Andy Cundy took a close win from David Richards and Andy Coombes. Down on the Yellow course John Oliver had a close win over Michael Clarke and Dave Kemp who were seperated by the most cleans, with Michael taking it with 36 cleans to Daves 32. While in the youth class Alex Diment took the B class from Peter Higman. The Yellow/white course was won by Alan Barnes from Ian Yeates and Ryan Thomas, with Toby Richards taking the Youth B award.
The once  popular White course had not only modern monoshocks, but older t/shocks, and older riders all competing against one another. The mono win went to Bruce Sparham from Richard Jay and James Bolitho. Chris Anstee had a clear win in the t/shock class from Peter Bullen and Kevin Hawke, and Richard Trott took the Pre 65 win on his Tiger Cub.
Blue/Red course: Exp Prem, M Tabb 41.  Yellow /Blue course: Prem, A Cundy 44, D Richards 50, A Coombes 67.   Yellow course: Prem, J Oliver 16, M Clarke 19 (36c), D Kemp 19 (32c).  Youth B, A Diment 39, P Higman 57.  Yellow / White course: Prem, A Barnes 12, I Yeates 31, R Thomas 43. Youth B, T Richards 73.  White course: Mono Prem, B Sparham 7, R Jay 26, J Bolitho 33.  T/S class, C Anstee 12, P Bullen 30, K Hawke 36. Pre 65, R Trott 12.

KIA TWINSHOCK CHAMPIONSHIPS  – 9th August 2015. Hay Farm, Wadebridge.

Kia 5th round trial results.doc 2015

 

Trebarrow Barbecue Trial 19.7.15

The 42 riders who took part in the Trebarrow Barbecue Trial at Bugle, were faced with 3 laps of 8 double sub sections. Run by Camelvale motorcycle club, with 1st Bugle Scouts and 1st Treviscoe St.Stephen Guides providing the barbecue and a welcome bacon bap set riders up well to endure the very warm temperatures of the day, and a welcome beef burger and cool bottle of water  at the end.
On the Expert route the win went to Ian Martin from Ty Hendra and Matt Tabb. On the C/man Exp route Mark Datson proved the best rider taking a close win from Robin Martin and Andy Cundy. Two Youth B riders rode the C/man Exp route with the win going to Josh Wright from Peter Higman. The C/man course winner was Dave Kemp from Michael Clarke and Nick Richards. On the Yellow/White course Tim Jasper had a very close win from son in law Jon White with Pete Rush now riding a Sherco coming in third.
The novice mono win went to Neil O’Connor closely followed Bruce Sparham and Leon Youlton, Richard Trott had the best of the Pre65 class followed by Keith Vercoe. Peter Bullen beat Adrian Bray and Kevin Hawke for the T/shock class..Young Toby Richards took the Youth C award from Finlay Rule.
Exp course: Prem,  I Martin 28, T Hendra 63, M Tabb 112.  C/man Exp course: Prem, M Datson 50, R Martin 50, A Cundy 54. Youth B Prem, J Wright 96, P Higman 138.   C/man course: Prem, D Kemp 52, M Clarke 55, N Richards 66.  N/exp course: Prem, T Jasper 32, J White 33, P Rush 46.  Novice course: Prem, N O’Connor 46, B Sparham 47, L Youlton 63. T/shock Prem, P Bullen 36, A Bray 50, K Hawke 65.  Pre65, Prem, R Trott 58,K Vercoe 88.  Youth C Prem, T Richards 60, F Rule 101.

Fathers Day Trial.

Burthy Row near Fraddon proved an easy a trial  with dry conditions for this years Camborne and Redruth Fathers Day Trial. Using 8 single sub sections ridden four times, the 38 solos were lead home by Ty Hendra from Max Diment and Matt Tabb riding on the expert course. On the Cl/exp Robin Martin was the best followed home by Steve Tabb and Glen Lowe, while in the Clubman class Morgan Blacker lead home Jon White both on perfect rides with Dave Kemp just behind. Young Josh Wright had a clear win in the youth B class dropping just one single dab beating Alex Diment and Peter Higmam.
Andy Gent took the N/exp beating Graham Airey and Phil Whear , while down on the White route the mono win went to Bruce Sparham from Leon Youlton and John Francis, the  Twinshock class was taken by Chris Anstee also with a perfect ride from Kevin Hawke and Peter Bullen, young Josiah Godwin was best Youth B rider. Two Youth C riders competed and Finlay Rule took a clear win from Oscar Bowden.
The best ride on the Green course was Brian Hale but was closely chased by Dave Hendry riding an ageing Honda trailblke.
Expert course: Prem, T Hendra 1, M Diment 2, M Tabb 5.  C/exp course: Prem, R Martin 14, S Tabb 16, G Lowe 24. C/man course: Prem, M Blacker 0, J White 0, D Kemp 4. Youth B, J Wright 1, A Diment 8, P Higman 9.  N/exp course: Prem, A Gent 1, G Airey 1, P Whear 2.  Mono course: Prem, B Sparham 5, L Youlton 5, J Francis 9. T/shock,C Anstee 0, K Hawke 3, P Bullen 3. Youth B, J Godwin 28.  Green course: Adult, B Hale 21, D Hendra 23.

 

KIA National Twinshock Championship

The Centre is to hold a round of this national championship at Hay Farm, Wadebridge on 9th August 2015.

HAY Farm 2015 regs and Entry

 

 

 

CHARLIE LAWER TRIAL.

Sunday the 7th of June saw Camborne and Redruth Motorcycle Club run there annual Charlie Lawer Trial. Using the popular trials ground at Gilberts Coombe, the 40 riders were faced with 3 laps of 16 subs with a wide variety of terrain including rocks, rivers, roots and the odd precast concrete. On the expert course Kyle Jacobs had a close tussle with Matt Tabb for the Premier followed by Ty Hendra. The C/man exp win went to Andy Coombes from Dan Wills and Dean Abraham. Dave Richards was top man on the C/man route chased hard by Mick Clarke and John Oliver. Tim Jasper rode well on the N/exp course but son in law Jon White is never far behind, with only 2 marks seperating them, Adrian Droone came in third. Adrian Bray once again proved to be the man to beat on the novice class beating Bruce Sparham and John Francis. Two Youths rode the novice route with Toby Richards beating Josiah Godwin. In the T/shock class Peter Bullen was the man beating Chris Anstee.
Three youths rode there own course on electric Oset bikes, with Katie Morcom taking a fine win from Josh Pengilley and Jonathan Hancock.
Exp course: Prem, K Jacobs 36, M Tabb 40, T Hendra 54.  C/man Exp course: Prem, A Coombes 24, D Wills 31, D Abraham 45.  C/man course: Prem, D Richards 6, M Clarke 8, J Oliver 11.  N/exp course: Prem, T Jasper 9, J White 11, A Droone 17.  Novice course: Prem,  A Bray 15, B Sparham 22, J Francis 53.  T/Shock, P Bullen 18, C Anstee 27. Youth/B, Prem, T Richards 46, J Goodwin 127.  Beginners course:  Oset Prem, K Morcom 19, J Pengelly 24, J Hancock 83.

MARGATE FARM TRIAL

Only 40 riders rode this years Camelvale motorcycle clubs Margate Farm Trial @ Fletchers Bridge near Bodmin,and were faced with 4 laps of six double sub sections. With light drizzle through most of the day the sections held up well allowing for some very good rides.On the expert course it was the young guns who came to the for, with Max Diment taking the top award from Ty Hendra. Riding part hard course with some easier sections the C/man Expert win went to Andy Coombes from Glen Lowe and Mark Datson. On the Clubman route Morgan Blacker took a fighting win from Michael Clarke and Chris Tabb. Peter Higman rode well for the Youth B win.
On the Yellow/White route top honours went to Alan Barnes from Mike Jacobs and Richard Parkyn. The once popular White course win was taken with a very clear margin by Adrian Bray from Bruce Sparham  and David Hendry. A healthy entry of T/shocks was won by Chris Anstee from Peter Bullen  and Simon Ferris.Toby Richards had a fine ride to take the Youth A award. Josiah Goodwin took the green course win.
Exp course: Prem, M Diment 51, T Hendra 69  .C/man Exp course: Prem, A Coombes 69, G Lowe 80, M Datson 86.  Yellow course: Prem, M Blacker 44, M Clarke 56, C Tabb 77.  Youth B, P Higman 86.  Yellow/White course: Prem, A Barnes 18, M Jacobs 31, R Parkyn 39.   White course: Prem, A Bray 27, B Sparham 45, D Hendry 46. T/S Prem, C Anstee 26, P Bullen 27, S Ferris 31. Youth A, T Richards 82.  Youth Beginner, J Goodwin 16.

WCMC  Ellis Cup Trial.

A health entry of 46 riders, faced 8 double sub sections for this years Ellis Cup Trial. Run by West Cornwall Motorcycle Club on the hillside at Trink over looking St Ives Bay, the granite outcrops along with some tight turns proved a testing worthy venue for round six of the Cornish Trials Championship.
Following on from his win in the Flora Road trial, Centre champion Ian Martin took a clear win from Simon James and Matt Tabb. On the C/exp course after a time out riding Enduros Kyle Jacobs took the win from Ty Hendra and Robin Martin. J Iles took the win in the C/man route followed by Andrew Cundy and Dave Kemp,while in the Youth B class Josh Wright beat Alex Diment.
The biggest class on the day proved to be the N/exp class with the win going to Alan Barnes from Nick Richards and Richard Parkyn. Once the main backbone of Cornish trials, the novice class saw only three entrants with Adrian Bray taking the win from Neil O’Connor and Leon Youlton, in the youth class T Richards was the B class winner.Chris Anstee was top T/shock runner beating Peter Bullen and Simon Ferris.
Expert course: Prem, I Martin 8, S James 31, M Tabb 49.  C/man Exp course: Prem, K Jacobs 30, T Hendra 51, R Martin 59.  C/man course: Prem, J Iles 36, A Cundy 41, D Kemp 41.  Youth B. Prem, J Wright 77, A Diment 92.   N/exp course: Prem, A Barnes 8, R Parkyn 21, N Richards 21.  Novice course: Mono Prem, A Bray 19, N O’Connor 24, L Youlton 64. T/S Prem, C Anstee 22, P Bullen 24, S Ferris 28.  Youth B. Prem, T Richards 73.
SSDT 2015

Congratulations to Cornish Riders George Edyvean and Sam Fack for completing the Scottish Six Days Trial this week and winning a first and second class award respectively.

CRMC SIDECAR TRIAL

On Sunday the 8th March , Camborne and Redruth Motorcycle Club ran a Round of the 2015 ACU Wessex Plant Hire (Bristol)  sponsored British Sidecar Trials Championship.Before riding got under way, a very deserved Mike Jewel was presented by series sponsor Phil Sparkes of Wessex Plant Hire (Bristol), with the Colin Dommett/ Eric Chamberlin Cup. This Cup was first presented to Colin and Eric in 1977 after winning the British and European Sidecar Championships, after which they decided to donate it and now goes out to deserving receipiants.

Using the excellent Garker valley venue, the 23 entrants who travelled from far and wide were faced with 1 lap of 40 subs. With going in between sections sometimes as hard as the sections themselves, it was never going to be an easy day. Having started out wet the day slowly cleared with everyone signing off under clear skies making for an enjoyable day.
Six entrants competed on the championship route, and it was Rupert and Chris Kimber who took the win by vertue of the furthest clean rule from Jon Tuck and Matt Sparks, Josh and Luke Golding came home in third.  The intermediate class win went to Chris and Rob Pickard closely chased by David Tuck and Steven Chandler,then followed by Andy Scrivens and Jana Groodmann who were third. The biggest class the Clubman went to Simon Evans and Nick Harding who had a fine tussel with Mark Watmore and Martin Lawford, followed by Alister Allan and Nick George.The two newcomers were Jake Pope and Craig Coppard who beat Luke Etheridge and Dave Denyer.
Championship class : Prem, R&C Kimber 7, J Tuck/ M Sparks 7, J&L Goulding 28.    Intermediate class : Prem, C&R Pickard 30, D Tuck/ S Chandler 43, A Scrivens/ J Groodmann 53 .   Clubman class : Prem, S Evans/ N Harding 26, M Watmore/ M Lawford 33, A Allen/ N George 37.   Newcomers: Prem, J Pope/ C Coppard 89, L Etheridge/ D Denyer 150.

CVMCC Hay Farm Trial.

The venue of Hay Farm Wadbridge proved a good venue for Camel Vale motorcycle club,allowing 40 plus riders to enjoy a very wet days riding.Using the banks, natural streams and slippery muddy roots, the club layed out a very competitive three laps of eight double sub sections. George Edyvean took a comfortable win on the Blue course, beating Matt Tabb and Ty Hendra in the process. A close battle on the Blue/ Yellow course, saw the win going to  Robin Martin from Andy Coombes and Andrew Cundy. Local chef John Young who arranged the use of Hay Farm, took the Yellow course from Michael Clarke and Chris Tabb. Youth B went to Josh Wright from Peter Higman and Alex Diment.  Alan Barnes rode well on the new Yellow/ White, winning from Paul Warman and Mark Hancock. On the ever popular White course  Adrian Bray took the win with Rob Stallard and Chris-Sadler Hughes close behind.The Pre65 win went to Chris Anstee while Peter Bullen had a tight fight to take the T/shock class from Keith Vercoe and Kevin Hawke.
The poorly supported Green course win went to Stuart Dymond.
Blue course: Prem, G Edyvean 62, M Tabb 124, T Hendra 130. Blue/ Yellow course: Prem, R Martin 52, A Coombes 53, A Cundy 56. Yellow course: Prem, J Young 23, M Clarke 38, C Tabb 120 . Youth B, J Wright 82, P Higman 93, A Diment 97. Yellow/ White course: Prem, A Barnes 12, P Warman 24, M Hancock 30. White course: Prem, A Bray 13, R Stallard 20, C-S Huges 27. T/S, P Bullen 40, K Vercoe 42, K Hawke 47. Pre 65, C Anstee 24. Green course: Prem, S Dymond 12.