Located in the rugged, natural trials terrain of Yorkshire and Lancashire, we cater for riders of all abilities on a wide range of bikes and strive to retain the spirit of the sport as it was in the 50's and 60's.
8th August (Saturday) - Big Bike Trial- Manywells Farm Cullingworth 2.00 pm ( Note change of Venue)
15th/16th August - Championship - Greenhow 2 day
30th August- Pre Unit R7 Hagg Farm
5th/6th September - Manx 2 day
13th September - NBBC R6 - Stanhope Classic
Start times will be 2pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday.
Both days will count towards the club Championship separately.
If you are doing both days and would like to feature on the combined results you should enter for both days on the Saturday.
This is a very sensitive area and is under an agreement with Natural England. The agreement thankfully contains a clause that does allow for a limited number of motor sport events to be held each year. Please do not stray from the marked route or practice on the hillsides. Please take your waste /litter home with you.
There will be room for you to bring your caravan, motor-home or tent
but bring your own water and charge up the battery as there is no power available.
A portaloo will be provided.
A barbeque will be lit on Saturday night for you to cook your own food and we hope
to have a catering van on site both days.
Regs below but there is no need to send them in – just enter on the day.
The late Chris Bradley on his special AJS on Mamore in 2008 - R.I.P
Championship standings after the last rounds now on the results page. Please let me know if you spot any errors.
Kurt's B40 Stolen 19/07/15
Good reward offered for help in the return of BSA B40 trials bike. Stolen from Tankersley near Barnsley
Contact Keith Hobson on 07890524747
14th Annual Charity Classic Bike Show
With a sunny day Show bikes and visitors poured into the Bronte Hotel to make it a record evening .
103 show bikes turned up for the event, held in support for Manorlands Hospice and Yorkshire Air Ambulance, beating the previous record of 99.
There was a raffle with prizes donated by many local Businesses and Club Members and a small Autojumble contributed to the evening.
From winners in each class, the votes for Best Bike in Show went to Simon Howers with his immaculate MOTO GUZZI Airone Sport.
With a record £1545 raised for Charity, Yorkshire Classic Motorcycle Club thank all those involved and look forward to seeing you again in 2016.
Club commitee meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of every month unless as advised differently in the upcoming events.
The venue is the Bronte Hotel in Haworth. All members new and old welcome.
Meetings start at 8.30 pm.
Spurred on by the success of last year’s Lampy goes to Lerwick, Graham isplanning a similar journey next year, called ‘Lampy goes to L and back’
Please help if you can. Graham's mobile number is 07989 446131 or the website www.lampygoes2Lnback.co.uk
Age limit for riders reduced to 14. Riders under 15 to be limited to 250cc and must be accompanied at all times by a competing responsible parent or guardian.
New Class for 2015, pre units and twins ridden on the clubman route in the championship rounds will be in Class T.
A new award has been kindly donated by Richard T Bainbridge now to be awarded for the best overall ride at the 2 day trial.
There is a Yorkshire Classic Motorcycle Club group on facebook. Send a request from your facebook account to join.
Place of Registration of The Company: Cardiff. Registration Number: 5189689, Address: 51 Mazebrook Cresent, Gomersal, Cleckheaton, Bradford, BD19 4BS