Great Scott 2019

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Barry Robinson captures Graham Tales at the 2016 Scott Trial at Orgate Falls – Photo copyright.

The annual time and observation Scott Trial takes place on Saturday, 12th October this year, starting on the usual start field at Feldom Lane, near Richmond on the Reeth to Marske road.

Following on from the devastating floods in July, some old sections have been swept away and new sections have been ripped into the landscape, many taken down to bed rock, so there will be some changes to the normal Scott route.

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Scott Trial finish 2018 – Photo: Trial Magazine

Ken Wallis, the hard working trial secretary spoke to Trials Guru: “The area has suffered this summer with the extensive flooding, but we are well supported by the landowners and there are still a few entry places left, so contact me now on: 07703222147”.

It could be that some riders thought that the event would not be run because of the flooding, but matters have been put in hand in Swaledale and it’s all systems go for the big day on 12th October.

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Trials Guru has taken a full page advert in the 2019 Scott Trial programme, supporting the local Scott charities and the sport. Photos: David Wood (C.H. Wood Bradford) & John Hulme (Trial Magazine UK)

Proceeds from the sale of the official Scott Trial programme will once again go to the local Scott charities, the publication costs £5.00.

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Scott Trial 2019 official programme front cover by permission of the Richmond Motor Club (Yorkshire) Ltd – copyright.

More on the Scott Trial: HERE

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