Enduro Standing Regs 2020
No change for 2021
Hare and Hound Standing Regs
No change for 2021
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News 16th May 2022
Bon Accord Craiglash Enduro on 15th
More Photos here
Bon Accord MCC welcomed
riders to a renewed Craiglash Forest Championship Enduro.
Damage after Storm Arwen meant loads of downed trees and a
rerouted course set out by a new and keen team. Lots of new
uphills followed by more uphill. A great course and drying
as the day went on with lots of grip. The test was fast and
flowing and a long one at over 5 minutes.
The Expert class was won by Andrew Bisset from Kagen
McKenzie with Ben Thomson in 3rd.
Expert B winner was
Andrew Currie from Jack Kitching
James Harvey brought home
a close win in the Over 40's from Ian Bisset and Alan
Wright. As ever a closely fought class
Sam Boyd led the Clubmen
home with some very fast test times. Alastair Miller showed
he has speed in the woods for 2nd with Ben McLuskey in 3rd
In the Over 50's Vince
Harker showed some very consistent times for the win ahead
of Richard Copsey and woods regular Steven Currie Snr
Clubman B was won by by
Max Hamilton just 7 seconds ahead of David MacGillivray
after 3 tests . David Wilkes completed he podium positions.
Young Cai Hewitt in his
first season of Enduros won the Sportsman beating Ross
McNair by 5 seconds after 2 tests showing a very
smooth style. Gavin Donald was just behind by 4 seconds for
In the very competitive
Sportsman Vets class Steven Clark took a well deserved win
just ahead of enduro regulars Bill Bruce and Alasdair
Thanks to all at BAMCC
for a great day out and a fantastic new course which was
enjoyed by all the riders.
Andrew Bisset flying in the test
News 11th May 2022
Results for both days of
Sundays Vinduro -
news - Congratulations to Dougie Lampkin on another record
breaking SSDT win. The 13th of his career - still got it
dropping only 8 marks over the week. Full details at
News 8th May 2022
2 Day Vinduro at Heriot on 7th/8th May 2022
Great event set up by
Kenny Donaldson and his team in the Scottish Borders. Lots
of vintage bikes to bring back memories.
Yamaha IT 465 and 490's .
Husky 500 , Honda XR 650 and some Yamaha WR 2 strokes. There
were also some more modern bikes to have a go on the track.
More details about the event on their Facebook page -
Results for both
News 1st May 2022
Round 2 Scottish Hare and Hound Championship
Sunday 1st May
More Photos here
Class won by Ben Thomson one lap clear on 11 laps of Andrew
Currie in 2nd and Kagen McKenzie in 3rd . Expert Greg
Gallacher also completed 10 laps.
the Clubman Class Callum Davidson put in a superb ride to
also claim 10 laps and the Clubman win. The only other rider
on 10 laps. He was followed home by Adam Russell and Matthew
MacGillivray lead the Clbman B home with Max Hamilton in 2nd
and Grzegorz Nowak in 3rd.
Harvey was pushed hard all day for the over40 win by Justin
Harvey and Richie Finnie
Paxton put in a great ride to take the Over 50 win just
ahead of Pete Nixon and Michael Rigg
Sportsman Over 50 class was won by Robert Gardiner keeping
Alan Strachan and Steven Clark at bay.
Marshall put in a spirited ride to take the Sportsman
class. With Robbie Davidson in 2nd and Gavin Donald in 3rd.
thanks to Andy Thomson and his crew for a great day out and
setting out a testing course to push the riders.
details on their Facebook page
News 21st April 2022
Update to the racing
SBEC will now be running
the 2nd round of the Scottish Hare and Hounds Championship
on 1st of May at Falla Hill - Heriot. Details below. In
place of Dirtbike Evolution's event which had to be
cancelled. A great course last year and an excellent event
for new riders to try.
VINDURO event scheduled for 30th Apr/1st May has been
moved to 7th/8th May - details and entry forms as soon as
available. Worth watching to see classic bikes in action.
Updated Calendar -
News 18th April 2022
Highland Enduro Club
Lossiemouth Championship Enduro 16th/17th April 2022
Highland Club ran a very popular Enduro over the Easter
weekend with over 100 riders making the long journey to
Lossiemouth. The course was as testing as always with
tight times on the Saturday for all classes. Times on the
Sunday were eased for all except the Experts.
Results for Saturday -
Results for Sunday -
Photos of the two days here -
Saturday's event was won
by Expert Fraser Flockhart ahead of Andrew Bisset with Ben
Thomson finishing in third. Ricky Mair made a welcome return
to the forest finishing in 4th. Local expert Kagen McKenzie
was 5th with Jack Kitching in 5th.
On Sunday the top three
remained the same with Fraser leading them home again. Kagen
McKenzie finished in 4th with Greg Gallacher just behind in
to storm Arwen there were a large number of trees down which
meant a lot of rerouting of the course and a new test for
test started with a fast blast through the sand then into
the tight forest for the second half of the timed section .
As always there was no resting on the course with nearly 5
hours of riding. The top riders managed to stay clean on
time despite the tight times.
There was also an incentive for Clubman B riders to push
hard in the test as there was bottle of single Malt up for
the rider with the fastest single test time on the
Sunday. Presented by Allan Macdonald and won by David
MacGillvray it certainly added to the riders motivation.
Allan Macdonald presents David MacGillvray with his trophy
Thanks to FLS for the use of the land and to the Highland
Club for putting on another great event.
This year the club are
awarding the John Little Memorial Trophy to the fastest
Expert B Class rider over the 2 days of competition.
Last year in it's first
year of competition it was won by Expert Fraser Flockhart.
John Little was a great
supporter of Enduro and ISDE / ISDT competition and was a
main factor in the British Enduro Champ coming back to
Scotland. John's motivational speeches to struggling riders
kept many going when they would have given up - one of the
great inspirational people in the Sport. This fantastic
trophy is a tribute to him.
NEWS 14TH APRIL 2022
Update from Dirtbike
Evolution on their plans for 2022. Hare and Hounds on 29th
May now cancelled.
We’re not going to be
able to run our May event due to not having enough land. We
are planning to run our Sept event as the fields will be
done by then and we’ll have stubble to use for the H&H.
Just don’t have this just now and can’t use the land where
the trees have fallen. Planning to just run practice events
and our Sept event this year.
See more info on their
Facebook page at
NEWS 22ND MARCH 2022
Results for Ecosse XC Hare and Hounds - Tyninghame 20th
Thanks to Graham Paxton
for forwarding on.
Results here -
News from the ACU about
proposed changes to off road riding in England. This affects
all of us and could affect trail riding and off road events
down south. Read the post and respond.
Link here -
LATEST NEWS 25TH FEB 2022
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Provisional Calendar for SACU Championship OFF ROAD SPEED
Events is now available
Download a pdf of
the calendar here
Note for entrants to all
Please ensure your riding
numbers are clear and distinct.
White nos on a yellow
background are hard to read as you fly past a check
. As are black or white on orange
White on white or black
on black with the numbers outlined are also hard to read
And numbers very close
together are hard to read.
Please use the correct
colour background and numbers
background with white nos
background with black nos
background with white nos Over 40 Clubman /Over 50 Clubman
background with white nos Sportsman classes.
Please help the timing
people - Thanks :-)
New classes for Enduro from 2020
From 2020 there
is a new class Expert B running on the same laps but with
longer to do the laps. This to encourage riders from Clubman
to enter Expert and gain experience before moving up to
Expert A nos
from 1 - 29 and Expert B from 30 - 39.
There is also
Sportsman Vets class for over 50 Sportsmen
for riders who are
50 or over before the date of the first Enduro Championship round.
same and times the same as Sportsman.
In Hare and
Hounds there is also a Sportsman Vets class
for riders who are
50 or over before the date of the first H&H Championship
The last round of the SACU Enduro Championship series will
score double points, i.e. 1st place = 40 points,
2nd place = 34 points and so on.