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Welcome to Scottish Enduros 2023.  This site was set up in 1999 by Charlie Mackenzie as an introduction to the sport. It contains information on events, results  and who to contact.
Please note that there is no right of access to Scottish forests for trail riding and that unauthorised use may endanger our sport. Ensure you have permission to ride before you go.

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Guide to marking up your time card here





Rules and Regs.

The ACU Handbook for 2023 can be found here. https://www.acu.org.uk/ridersmembers/acu-library.aspx

The SACU Enduro Regs for 2023 here. https://www.sacu.co.uk/assets/Enduro-Standing-Regs-2023-Ver.4_KM.pdf

The SACU Hare and Hounds Regs for 2023 here. https://www.sacu.co.uk/assets/Hare-and-Hound-Standing-Regs-2023-.-Ver-4_KM-1.pdf


Check out results and historical events







TRIALS EVENTS - Recent and Historical


Events to ride this year

  Race Calendar for 2023

And a Scottishenduros full colour calendar 2023 is now available to download as a pdf

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2024 Reserved Riding Numbers

Enduro Riding Nos - now available for 2024. Scottishenduros has agreed to host the Enduro riding nos. again for 2024

Existing number holders can reserve their number again before 1st Jan 2024. After that all numbers are available

Click here for the number booking page and full details .


Membership forms for 2023

Click here for club membership forms for the new year.


Latest News


Enduro Riding Nos - now available for 2024. Scottishenduros has agreed to host the Enduro riding nos. again for 2024

Existing number holders can reserve their number again before 1st Jan 2024. After that all numbers are available

Click here for the number booking page and full details .

30th November 2023

  Highland Enduro Club will be holding a Practice Day on Sunday 10th December.

Venue is Burnside Farm , Nairn , IV12 5PS.

Entry from and details here www.elrat.co.uk/highland-enduro-club

27th October 2023

With the final round cancelled the 2023 Hare and Hounds Championship is now complete

Update to Clubman B Class - Alister Barr 2nd with 2 X 2nd places

Final standings here with any dropped rounds accounted for. results2023\Hare and hounds champ 2023 ver1 .pdf

Another close and exciting season with some classes down to the last round.  It is great to see the young guns progressing through the classes and fighting all the way.

In other classes there were some close battles all year as some of the more senior riders continue to chase titles.

Thank you to to all the clubs for their efforts in putting on events during the season in theses testing times.

Congratulations to all the new Champions for 2023.

Our new Champions for 2023 in Hare and Hounds

Expert Class

1st Andrew Bisset 2nd Sam Boyd 3rd Equal Ben Thomson and Ricky Mair

Over 40 Class

1st James Harvey 2nd Ian Bisset 3rd Owen Gourlay

Clubman Class

1st Robbie Davidson 2nd Alex Pringle 3rd Cai Hewitt

Clubman B Class

1st Chris Gallagher  2nd Alister Barr 3rd Richard Cowan (Updated 27/10/23)

Over 50 Class

1st Andrew Flockhart 2nd Neil Dawson 3rd Peter Nixon

Sportsman Class

1st Kyle Currie 2nd Jed Burn 3rd Billy Campbell

Sportsman Vets Class

1st Steven Clark 2nd Bill Bruce 3rd Alan Strachan


26th October 2023

Following the disastrous fire where SBEC Enduro club lost all their equipment and vehicles they have started a JustGiving page to help raise funds.

A very worthwhile cause if you wish to see the sport continue in 2024.

Details for the page here https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ben-thomson-1 and to donate


22nd October 2023

   Postponed final round of the Hare and Hounds Championship on 29th October now cancelled

It is  with regret that the Club has come to the decision to cancel the re-scheduled Hare and Hound event planned for next Sunday (29th Oct) at Tain MX track.
The team have been to the track to assess conditions but due to the extreme weather of late, and with further rain forecast over the next week we're unable to run the event without risking the condition of the land for future events.
Postponing the event is not an option so Caroline will issue full refunds.
If you became a member of Highland Enduro Club specifically to gain entry to this event (Since September 2023) then let me know and I can cancel the membership, although the club is in the early stages of considering running some winter events which will require you to be a member of the club.
Thanks for your understanding.
Club Sec
Highland Enduro Club Ltd


Disastrous news for the Scottish Borders Enduro Club as they lose all their equipment .

"Last weekend disaster struck unfortunately we have lost all the clubís equipment in a devastating fire. The farmer also has lost 2 sheds and their contents.

Where do we go from here Iím not sure."

See the SBEC FB page for more news. Hopefully we can all pull together and support the club to replace their kit. There are only a few clubs and officials putting on events and giving up their time to make the sport happen . If you value your sport lets help them get back on their feet.


It has been suggested the club start a Justgiving page - but we will have to see what the club decide.


16th September 2023

  Hare and Hounds at Lauder on Sunday 17th September

Dirtbike Evolution

Results here - results2023\Final Results Rd 5 HH  DBE.pdf

More photos of the day here

A great day out at Lauder after a lot of hard work put in by Steven Currie and the team at Dirtbike Evolution.

Some great racing all day and some tight finishes.

Andrew Bisset put in a great effort despite being the only Expert out - but turned up and supported the club. Riders need to ride events if clubs put them on or clubs will just stop doing them.

It costs a lot of time and money to setup and run an event - all you have to do is turn up and support the clubs. Or if you don't want to race then get involved in organising events and keep the sport going.

Enduro sport is run by volunteers - no one makes money out of it. So if you don't get involved there may soon be no events to ride.

Steven and Natlie at DBE have announced that this was their last event as it takes too much time and they are not getting any younger. See their full release here.

Sad to see such a great club not running any more events after some great Scottish Championship events and a superb British round.

But there was some great racing on the day. In Clubman class Robbie Davidson took the win from Alex Pringle despite his best efforts. Cai Hewitt had a horrible start when his bike wouldn't start - but never gave up and charged hard for 3rd to get as many points as possible.

In Over 40's Andrew Currie was flying all day to take the win one lap ahead of James Harvey with Gavin Johnston in 3rd.

Chris Gallagher smiled his way all day to the win in Clubman B ahead of stylish Alister Barr and Gavin Donald.

Andrew Flockhart lead the Over 50 class home ahead of a tight battle between Graeme Paxton ( on the Ex Steven Currie Gas Gas ) just 0.2 of a second ahead of Mike Rigg in 3rd

In Sportsman Jed Burn was the happy winner with Kyle Currie in 2nd and Mark Wilson in 3rd

In the super competitive Sportsman Vets class Steven Clark finished the day on top ahead of Jon Denison with Gerry Day in 3rd.

Thanks to DirtBike Evolution for a great day out - and 5 years of great events.



The Legend - Gavin Johnston in action


10th September 2023

Provisional Final Enduro Championship Points Standings for 2023

Click here for the points table .

After an exciting season long contest the Champions are finally decided. In several classes the battle went down to the final round .

During the season it was hard work separating the class winners are they were often only seconds apart after 5 hours racing and numerous special tests.

Thanks to all the clubs who made a massive effort over the year to organise and set out fantastic courses for riders to compete over.

Thank you to all the riders who took part and supported the Championship.

And congratulations to all the Champions for 2023.

Scottish Enduro Champions 2023

Expert Class

1st Andrew Bisset 2nd Sam Boyd 3rd Ben Thomson

Expert B Class

1st Calum Hill 2nd Alastair Millar 3rd = Steven Craig and Ryan Paxton

Over 40 Class

1st James Harvey 2nd Darren Cousins 3rd Ian Bisset

Clubman Class

1st Robbie Davidson 2nd Cai Hewitt 3rd David MacGillivray

Clubman B Class

1st Gavin Donald 2nd Alister Barr 3rd Thomas Malcolm

Clubman Over 50 Class

1st Robbie Allan 2nd Neil Dawson 3rd Andrew Flockhart

Sportsman Class

1st Derri Forde 2nd Tom Massey 3rd Neil H Alexander

Sportsman Over 50 Class

1st Phil Hewitt 2nd Bill Bruce 3rd Steven Clarke


4th September 2023

The final Championship Enduro of the year was at Bon Accord Craiglash forest on 2/3 Sept 2023.

A tough 2 days for the riders with hot weather as well.

An excellent event after a lot of hard work put in over the past few months by Ross Fisher and his team.

Thanks to the club for all the effort and finding a great new camping and start area.

Provisional results

Saturday results2023\Final Result Rd 4 Enduro Bon Accord 2 Sep 2023.pdf

  Sunday   results2023\Final Result Rd 5 Enduro Bon Accord 3 Sep 2023.pdf

  More photos here

Expert Andrew Bisset continued his winning ways and took 1st on both days - but Sam Boyd pushed him hard looking very fast in the tests.

Alastair Millar put in 2 good days to win the Expert B class on both days ahead of Calum Hill who managed to take one test to keep him honest.

The over 40's had a good battle over the weekend with different winners on the two days. Andrew Currie 1st on Sat with Darren Cousins winning on Sunday.

The usual suspects of James Harvey, Ian Bisset and Mark Anderson mixing it with Richard Copsey and Nicky Beavitt

In Clubman there has been a season long battle between the rising stars of Robbie Davidson and Cai Hewitt. This weekend Cai did his best and won both days with Robbie in 2nd both days.

David MacGillivray charging hard on both days for 3rd.

In the over 50's Robbie Allan kept his clean sheet with wins on both days with Neil Dawson relishing the course with some fine trials riding for 2nd. Billy Easdon taking 3rd on Sunday

There was a close battle in Clubamn B with Gavin Donald taking 1st on Saturday and Alister Barr pushing to take the win on Sunday. Josh Reid and Gareth Jamieson taking a 2nd place apiece

In Sportsman class Tom Massey and Derri Forde fought for 1st with Tom taking 1st both days and Derri 2nd. Newcomer Donald McKenzie had 3rd on Sat and Alan Bonner looking smooth for 3rd on Sunday

And the over 50 Sportsman class was tough on the Saturday with Steven Clark taking the win ahead of Phil Hewitt and John Kerwin who made the long trip North.

Several DNS on the Sunday meant a reduced field but no less competitive as Bill Bruce and Neil Alexander swapped test times with Bill taking the win at the final check. David Murray survived to take 3rd.

A great end to a short but very competitive season. Thanks to all the organisers and riders who travelled to support it.

Full Championship points and Champions at the end of the week after any queries have been dealt with.

Andrew Bisset in high flying action

30th August 2023


23rd August 2023

  HEC ALtryre Enduro 19/20 August 2023.

  Live Results for Saturday - results2023\Final Result Rd 2 Enduro HEC Sat 19 Aug 23 .pdf

  Live Results for Sunday   - results2023\Final Result Rd 3 Enduro HEC  Sun 20 Aug 23.pdf

   More photos here

The Highland Enduro Club had a successful weekend of Enduro sport with 2 days of proper off road riding to greet the riders who made the trip up.

The Saturday was a bit harder with some damp bits on the course proving testing - particularly the BOG and the HILL. These were taken out for the Sunday and lap times eased a bit.

Following a lot of the 2022 course in reverse there were also some new parts added in to make the route more interesting.

It was good to see some new faces out on the course and the new "Young Guns" having a close battle all day . On Sunday Robbie Davidson won the Clubman class by 5/100 of a second just pipping Felix Beavitt after 4 tests and a days racing.

Andrew Bisset put in some very consisted tests to take the Expert win ahead of Ben Thomson and fast improving new Expert Sam Boyd .

Derek Little put in a rare appearance to take the Over 40 win on Sunday with Darren Cousins taking the win on Saturday

In the over 50's Robbie Allan put in two top performances to take the win on both days ahead of Neil Dawson - who keeps getting better with each event.

Clubman B had Alister Barr winning on Saturday and Struan Hull taking the Sunday win.Thomas Malcom finishing 2nd on both days

Jamie Gardiner won Sportsman class on Saturday and John Weir pushed hard to take the win on Sunday.

Phil Hewitt looked on top form both days to take the win . But was less than a second ahead of Steven Clark on Saturday - in a close fought event.

Thanks to Altyre Estate for the use of the venue and the fantastic scenery (midges included). Another excellent event from Jim Mair and the HEC team - thanks for all your hard work.


Derek Little in action at Altyre.

SBEC - Falahill near Heriot 9th July 2023

Results and photos now available for the 4th round of the Hare and Hounds Championship

Results here results2023\Final Results Rd 4 HH SBEC.pdf

Photos here.

With an extended track and brilliant sunshine SBEC put on another excellent and testing Championship event with over 100 riders.

The course was longer than last year with experts taking around 25 minutes to lap. A new MX style section to start  lead into a small wood then a bigger wood before joining up with the old track.

The bikes looked clean at the start but a long gully near the end turned muddy and made sure the riders had a cleaning job at the end.

Thanks to Andy Thomson and his crew and the Landowner at Falahill farm for an excellent venue.

Andrew Bisset won the Expert but was kept on his toes by Sam Boyd following close behind all day. Ricky Mair produced a great ride for 3rd with Joe Dawson in 4th.

Robbie Davidson lead the Clubman home with Alex Pringle in 2nd and David Wilkes in 3rd.

In Clubman B Chris Gallagher styled his way to 1st with Alister Barr 2nd and Alan Milligan 3rd. All on 7 laps with the rest on 6

Euan McConnell took a deserved Over 40 win - the only rider on 8 laps . James Harvey 2nd with Darren Cousins 3rd - both on 7 laps. Gavin Douglas - Vinduro organiser made the long trip North worthwhile with a fine 5th

Over 50 rider Neil Dawson pushed hard for a deserved win one lap ahead of Andrew Flockhart who just failed to beat the 3 hour flag. Pete Nixon put up a strong ride all day for 3rd

Kyle Currie lead the Sportsman class home ahead of Derri Ford and Trials convert Michael Mcniven .

The Sportsman Vets is always competitive and Steven Clark took a deserved win ahead of Robert Gardiner with Alan Strachan in 3rd - all on 6 laps - one lap ahead of the pack.

Great to see an event well supported and the club put on a bit of a show with an awards presentation at the end.

Euan Mcconnell in action on the last lap.

Updated Event Calendar for 2023

Latest News 30th June 2023



The 2 day Enduro planned for 15/16th July in Dumfries has had to be CANCELLED due to a lack of available land.

Latest News 21st June 2023

Stevie Todd has uploaded some great photos from the 1st Enduro round


Latest News 18th June 2023

Scottish Enduro Championship Round 1 - RORS at Lockerbie on 18th June 2023

Results - results2023\Final Result Rd 1 Enduro RORS 18 Jun 23.pdf

Latest News 11th June 2023

And now for something different.

Last weekend was the Inverness & Dist MCC 2 Day Classic Trial at Alvie. A long standing event with a glorious history.

Nigel Birkett  was the guest of honour and along with other top riders made it a classic day out.

See photos of the event here http://www.scottishenduros.co.uk/99/alvie_trial_2023.htm

Nick Jeffries in action at Alvie

Latest News 5th June 2023


A great day out at the Highland Enduro Club Hare and Hound at Tain. Round 3 of the Scottish

Championship on 4th June 2023

Results results2023\Final Results Rd 3 HH  Adult Highland.pdf

  More photos here

A new course set out by the Bisset family including the bales and logs section with escape route. An interesting new section and thanks

to the team who kept the logs in place all day. Several changes to the course due to farmland being planted but a fast day out and a lot of

tired rides after the 3 hours.

With dry weather leading up to the event the MX was pretty dusty on the first lap with the massed starts looking like a Dakar event.

The Experts all managed 11 laps of the 8 mile course with Andrew Bisset leading them home . Ricky Mair was back on a bike again and finished 2nd with Kagen McKenzie 3rd and Joe Dawson close behind in 4th

Gavin Johnston lead a spirted Over 40 group round with a day long battle with Mitchell Brown in 2nd and James Harvey in 3rd.

In the Clubman Robbie Davidson was the only one to finish on 11 laps getting out just under the 3 hours . Alex Pringle put up a great race for 2nd just ahead of Cai Hewitt.

Unfortunately a miscalculation over fuel stops cost young Rhys Whyment a higher placing.

Gareth Jamieson put in a great 10 laps to lead the Clubman B. Chris Gallagher in 2nd and Lee Disberry in 3rd both on 9 laps.

Neil Dawson enjoyed his day out in Over 50's with the win ahead of Alan Davidson and Gary Reid in 3rd.

In the Sportsman Class Kyle Currie put in a great 9 laps to take the win from Lee Haliday and Josh Salmond also on 9 laps

Bill Bruce pushed hard in the Sportsman Vets totake the win from Lindsay Barrie - both on 8 laps. David Murray in 3rd

Thanks to Jim Mair and the Highland Club for putting on another awesome race.

Alan Davidson clears the logs

Felix Beavitt gets the power down

Latest News 25th May 2023

Ecosse XC Hare and Hounds - 2nd round Hare and Hounds Championship . Romanno Bridge

A great new venue from the Ecosse XC club. Great start area and lovely course to ride. Forests, trails, some bogs and lots of fast going. And a few bumps to get aerial on.

Many thanks to Hamilton Farm for the use of the land and to Jim Dodds and Mark Ritchie with the crew for setting up.


Todays results  results2023\Final Results Rd 2 HH Ecosse XC.pdf


   More Photos here


Experts Andrew Bisset and Ben Thomson had a fast and close battle all day with Andrew emerging as the winner on the last lap.

Craig Steven followed up in 3rd. All on 8 laps

Only Owen Gourlay in Over 40's also managed 8 laps for the win. Mark Ritchie 2nd and James Harvey flying for 3rd.

Ryan Paxton pushed hard for the Clubman win ahead of youngster Rhys Whyment and Alex Pringle in 3rd.

Mike Wilson took the Clubman B class followed by Ryan Chapman and Chris Gallagher

Andy Dean impressed in the over 50's with Tim Sleigh in 2nd and Andrew Flockhart in 3rd

Jed Burn led the Sportsman with James Goodall in 2nd and Billy Campbell in 3rd

Steven Clark took the Sportsman Vet win with Alan Strachan 2nd and Bill Bruce in 3rd

Andrew Bisset flies for the win

Latest News 10th May 2023

Some photos from last weekends Vinduro run by Melville MC at Heriot.

Another testing course for riders of vintage bikes and quite a few more modern bikes.

Some Huskies, KTM's , Yamha IT's , Honda XR's. Sounding great and looking the part.

Some steep uphills and downhills to keep riders on their toes.

The course was a bit damp on Saturday making it slippy in parts - but dried out nicely on the Sunday.


  More photos here



Latest News 24th April 2023

1st round of the Scottish Hare and Hounds Championship at Dirt Bike Evolution - Lauder

23rd April 2023.



Results here results2023\Final Results Rd 1 HH Lauder.pdf



Photos of the race here.



A great start to the new race season with a cracker of an event at Lauder. Run by Stevie Currie and the team at DirtBike Evolution.

Starting off dry but with some rain towards the end of the 2 1/2 hours making the track a bit slippy.

Some new faces on the start line with Scottish MX Champ Steven Craig lining up against current Scottish H&H champ Andrew Bisset and regular Ben Thomson .

Sam Boyd has moved up to the Experts and put in a fine race for 2nd place.

New young guns Cai Hewitt and Robbie Davidson moved up to Clubman for a good battle. Lewis Carey having a change from MX had a good day with 3rd.

In the Over 50's it was great to see Stuart Mowbray and Andrew Flockhart back in action again with both riders impressing on the day.

Expert 1st Andrew Bisset 2nd Sam Boyd 3rd Ben Thomson

Over 40 1st Owen Gourlay 2nd Mark Ritchie 3rd James Harvey

Clubman 1st Cai Hewit 2nd Ben McCluskey 3rd Lewsis Carey

Clubman B 1st Chris Gallagher 2nd Richard Cowan 3rd Allan Milligan

Over 50 1st Stuart Mowbray 2nd Andrew Flockhart 3rd Peter Nixon

Sportsman 1st Paul McClung 2nd Jed Burn 3rd Jay Mackinnon

Sportsman vets 1st Steven Clark 2ns Robert Gardiner 3rd Marcus Jefferson

Thanks to all the organisers and the landowner for use of a great venue.

 Latest News 12th April 2023


 Photos of the BEC event now ready   Click here




 Latest News 10th April 2023






Live timing results  for the BEC at Lossiemouth 8th/9th April 2023

Day 1 Results - results2023\BEC Lossie 2023 Saturday.pdf- provided by Alistair Sprowat timing

Day 2 Results - results2023\BEC Lossie 2023 Sunday.pdf

A fantastic start to the Enduro season with the British Enduro Championship rounds 1/2 at Highland Enduro Club Johnnie Little Lossiemouth Enduro.

A very professional event with a superb Parc Ferme and pits area.  An extended course with new ground at Binn Hill providing a challenging 1st test.

With a long and tight day one riders had to keep on the pace all day with few chances for a rest. Times were changed for day 2 with reduced laps .

Brad Freeman put in a very spirited ride to take Championship win on both days from Jed Etchells and Danny McCanney

Scots did well at the event with Ben Thomson in 2nd Expert on day 1 and Kevin Murray in 3rd Expert on day 2.

Derek Little took 2nd Over 50 on day  and improved to 1st over 50 on day 2.

A great event and full credit to Jim Mair and the team from Highland Enduro club - helped out by Bon Accord club.

Brad Freeman gets some air in the forest on day 2

Aaron Coupland digs deep on the beach on day 2

Derek Little clears the logs from storm Arwen


More photos of the BEC event now ready   Click here


Advice for securing bikes

Chain them to the floor or a wall in a garage or secure shed.

Remove wheel spindles so the bike can't be pushed away.

If in an outside shed use a baby monitor so you can hear if anyone is in the shed.

Alarm your bike store.

Keep helmets separate so they cant use them to ride away.

Avoid having bike specific stickers on your vehicle if it is parked at your house.  

When selling a bike - before you show the buyer the bike photograph them and their vehicle. Take a photo of their driving licence.

Remove a wheel spindle and disconnect the spark plug before they arrive.

Do not give any documents until cheque or cash is paid into bank. If the buyer objects - say goodbye.

If possible ask your local police station if you could sell the bike at their premises - crooks will not want to be at a Police Station.

At events - Safety advice. Check your vehicles for trackers before you leave. Watch out for any vehicles following you.

At events photograph any suspicious people or vehicle taking an interest in bikes.


NOTE ON HELMETS - IMPORTANT. Check before you turn up at an event


Helmets will only pass scrutineering for racing if they carry an ACU gold sticker attached. (All helmets sold as suitable for "ACU competition" will have the stamp affixed by the dealer.

If your helmet does not have an ACU sticker attached contact the dealer to ask for the sticker. Helmets can be assessed by the ACU or SACU by posting in the helmet and paying a £15 certification fee - which includes return postage.

Helmet or body mounted cameras are prohibited. Cameras may be mounted on the motorcycle.


If you want more riding - the North East of England Championship rounds are well worth doing . Enduro and XC. See http://www.enduro-neec.org.uk/ for more info and a calendar.


If you find the sport is interesting and would like to ride or assist then contact a club as we are keen to attract new members to the sport.  There is an over 40's class and a Ladies award, so everyone  can get out and ride.

Enduros in Scotland are organised from March to October with events from the Borders to Inverness . All classes of rider are catered for with Expert, Clubman, Sportsman and over 40's classes.

To compete you  need to be a member of a club and either hold an SACU or ACU  licence - or can get a one day licence at the event. You need to send in an entry form prior to the event, entries are available on this site or from the host club.

The aim of Enduro Competition is to complete the course via several checkpoints in a set time. You may not check in early or late without penalty. Generally the top riders go "clean" and the event is then decided on the result of special test times. There will be one or two tests per lap of a Moto-X or cross-country type. For the slower riders there is up to a one hour allowance over the set time for the course to achieve a finish.

Enduros are exactly what they say and even to finish is an achievement. So go on - try an event and get out on the hills. There is no other sport like it.

Please look round this site and if you need further information contact the relevant club or e-mail  webmaster @ scottishenduros . co .uk .


The views expressed on this site are those of the webmaster unless stated otherwise. Information posted on this site is posted in good faith but the webmaster cannot be held responsible for inaccurate content supplied.

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