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Welcome to Scottish Enduros 2021.  This site was set up in 1999 as an introduction to the sport. It now contains information on events, results  who to contact.
The big event each year is the ISDE (in Italy in 2021 - COVID 19 permitting)

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.


    Any queries or info you wish to pass on - please contact me at webmaster @ scottishenduros . co . uk

  I am now on Twitter and will use it to notify of results - regs and any new Enduro stuff.

Find me at http ://www.twitter.com/enduroinfo  


For those new to the Sport - start here  Beginners  and  Technique

Want to get into  Desert Racing have a look at some previous riders advice.

Previous years results and reports    






This space available for your advert - email me for details


Enduro Standing Regs 2020   No change for 2021

Hare and Hound Standing Regs 2020  No change for 2021

Download a printable timecard for personal use. Currently clubs are not issuing timecards due to COVID    Click here for printable timecard. 

SACU OFFROAD SPEED Licences for 2020/21 valid until January 31st 2022.  Day licences will be available at all events during the season



Enduro Riding Nos - now available for 2022. Scottishenduros has agreed to host the Enduro rding nos again for 2022.

Click here for the number booking page and full details .


Latest News 19th January 2022

 FIM Classic Enduro 2022.


Would anybody be interested in taking part in this event as part of a Scottish club team. If you have any questions regarding this event please feel free to contact Dave Donald on donaldwrf@hotmail.com

Latest News 2nd January 2022

Bill McGregor was up at Highland Enduro Clubs Fun H&H at Linkwood farm last week. He has posted some great photos

See the pics here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qpznpq8uxrtdg23/AAD5x4avLvUqComAss7b7r8wa?dl=0

Latest News 31st December 2021

The Provisional Calendar for SACU Championship OFF ROAD SPEED Events is now available

Download a pdf of the calendar here

There is also a 2 day Vinduro Event on 30th Apr /1st May - run by Kenny Donaldson

Latest News 30th December 2021

Hare and Hounds final Championship standings for 2021- UPDATED

The 2021 season is over and we now have the Hare and Hounds Champions announced. Congratulations to all our champions and thank you to the clubs and workers who put so much effort into the events in another trying year.

Final (updated) H&H Points Standings - click here

Expert Champion - Andrew Bisset  2nd Kagen McKenzie 3rd Ben Thomson

Over 40 Champion - Ian Bisset 2nd James Harvey 3rd Richie Finnie

Clubman Champion - A tie for 1st place  Ryan Paxton and James Burns 3rd place Nick Walter (Updated result )

Over 50 Champion- Peter Nixon 2nd Neil Dawson 3rd Bill Bruce

Sportsman Champion - Grzegorz Nowak 2nd Andrew Murdoch 3rd David Macgillvary

Sportsman Vets Champion - Mike Glass  2nd Steven Clark 3rd Mick Robson


Latest News 24th Dec 2021

XMAS reading for you.  If you are stuck at home and can't get out on the bike - catch up with the latest NEWS and REVIEWS /

Check out the RUST offroad bike magazine and blogs online. One of the best out there - and free to subscribe


And a great preview of the Dakar 2022 https://rustsports.com/dakar-2022-whos-going-to-win/ 


Latest News 1st December 2021


Membership forms for 2022

Click here for club membership forms for the new year.


Latest News 24th November 2021

Results for Ecosse XC Hare and Hounds 21st November 2021

Adult Race - Click here

Expert Class won by Ben Thomson with Andrew Bisset in 2nd and Alexander Brown in 3rd

Youth Race - Click here

Latest News - 14th November 2021

Photo Copyright MotoGP.Com

The day we all knew would come has finally arrived. No 46 - The GOAT - Valentino Rossie has retired after a career at the very top of motorcycle Sport.

The sport will not be the same without him - but his academy riders carry the VR46 name on.

3 races to sum up his talent.

1st race of the season 2005 - first race for Yamaha after leaving Honda on what was seen as a poorer bike - took the win on the last corner vs Sete Gibernau. Showed his never give up attitude


2008 USGP vs Casey Stoner - a double World Champion and one of the most naturally talented riders in the world.  Rossi overtakes him going downhill into the infamous Corkscrew and passes Stoner in the dirt.


2009 Catalunya GP where he passes Jorge Lorenzo - another multiple World Champion - on the final corner in an unbelievable move


Just a few of the many amazing wins in a glittering career .

CIAO ! Vale - thanks for the memories.


atest News 3rd October  2021


  The Highland Enduro Club Championship October 3rd Hare and Hounds.

Another excellent event with some new ground added to the course. The stubble field was a flat out 5th gear blast to clear any cobwebs away. Then back across the moor and back into the strength sapping sandy special test - where lots of rides were getting some big air time.

Thanks to HEC for another great event - always worth the travelling to get there (one rider was setting back off to Berwick. )


  Provisional  results click here .

More photos of the event here. 


Experts won by Andrew Bisset  one lap clear on 18 laps with James Haddow in 2nd and Kagen McKenzie in 3rd.

The over 40's is as hotly contested as usual with James Harvey taking a a flying win from Richie Finnie. Alan Davidson rode hard for 3rd just ahead of Ian Bisset.

The Clubman was won by Alastair Millar ahead of Mark Mason and Duane Whittaker all on 15 laps.

In Clubman B Callum Davidson continued his winning streak to take the win from Matty Cameron and Struan Hull in 3rd

The Over 50's is proving a popular class with several Trials riders giving it a go with Neil Dawson finally taking a class win. Regular Pete Nixon was 2nd and Brian Grigor in 3rd.

Sammi  Filsell put in a great ride to take the Ladies award with a consistent 12 laps. The sand being good experience before she heads off to Morocco.

David Macgillivray lead the Sportsman finishing a lap ahead of Steven Kitchen  and improving rider Gregorz Nowak in 3rd.

The Sportsman Vets got some rides back on their bikes with Cameron Davidson leading home Ian Leith and David Murray.


Andrew Bisset makes short work of the tires


Latest News 19th September 2021



2021 FINAL ENDURO POINTS STANDINGS updated - CLICK HERE  .  Version 2 - minor changes to riders with 2 entries.

With the final round of the Enduro Championship at Bon  Accord's Craiglash enduro worth  double points it was an interesting end to an exciting season - despite all the problems around COVID 19. Thanks to all the clubs and organisers for all their hard work and effort to  keep the season going - and a big thank you to all the riders who travelled all round the country to take part


Our new Enduro Champions for 2021 are

Expert Class - Champion Fergus Lamb, 2nd Ben Thomson , 3rd Kagen McKenzie

Expert B Class - Champion Richard Hay, 2nd Owen Gourlay, 3rd Greg Gallacher

Over 40 Class - Champion Gavin Johnston, 2nd Kenny Thomson, 3rd Nicky Beavitt

Clubman Class - Champion Angus Bruce , 2nd Niall McCallum, 3rd Graham Mechan

Clubman Over 50 Class- Champion Peter Shaun Sinclair, 2nd Neil Dawson, 3rd Steven Currie Snr

Clubman B Class - Champion Callum Hill, 2nd Stevie Durrand, 3rd Mark Wilson

Sportsman Class - Champion Callum Davidson, 2nd David MacGillivray, 3rd Grzegorz Nowak

Sportsman Vets Class- Champion Gerald Day, 2nd John Kerwin, 3rd Steven Clark

Congratulations to all our Champions

Fergus Lamb in action at Dingwall


UPDATED Results for the Bon Accord Craiglash Enduro 12th September 2021

  Click here for updated results results2021\Craiglash September 2021 Results Ver4.pdf


Photos of the event here. 


With the final Enduro of the year worth double points in the Championship there was a good turnout of riders to fight for the last points of the season.

Due to issues at Drumtochty the final round was back at Craiglash where the Bon Accord club put on a great round with a testing and fast cross country test.

The event was won by Expert Ben Thomson putting in a very smooth ride to finish his season. Euan McConnel turned out for a quick run round the forest and finished 2nd - ahead of Kagen McKenzie who has been improving all year.

The Expert B class has proved popular this year - hopefully we will have more riders joining next year. The Event was won by Andrew Currie in his first outing of the year. Richard Hay consistent as ever in 2nd with Owen Gourlay in 3rd.

The Over 40's was lead home by Kenny Thomson closely followed by Gavin Thomson and James Harvey. Richie Finnie and Alan Davidson continued their rivalry with Richie taking the honours.

Jamie Black produced a spirited ride to take Clubman honours ahead of Angus Bruce and Ben McLuskey

In the Over 50's Neil Dawson pushed hard to take the win from Steven Currie Snr with Peter Shaun in 3rd

Clubman B was won by Calum Hill with another win to add this tally this year, Stevie Durrand took 2nd with Matty Cameron in 3rd.

In the Sportsman class Callum Davidson finished the year with another win . Gregorz Nowak close behind in 2nd and David MacGillivray claiming more points in 3rd

In the new Sportsman Vets class Steven Clark was first home closely followed by John Kerwin and Gerry day pushing hard all day for 3rd by 1 second.

A fine conclusion to a hard season after all the troubles of the COVID Pandemic. Many thanks to all the clubs and many officials and volunteers for their efforts during the season.

And finally - thanks to "What the Fork " for excellent food during the day. Well worth the trip up for.


The final Championship Points will be produced at the end of the week after riders have had a chance to challenge the results if needed.


Experts ready for the off - a full Sherco lineup


Latest News 23rd August 2021

Regs for Bon Accord Craiglash Enduro - last round of the Scottish Championship are now available on the Bon Accord site.


Craiglash on 12th September - Note this round is worth double points.  But riders must have entered at least one other round during the year to score points at this event.


Latest News 15th July 2021

        Highland Enduro Club - Dingwall Championship Enduro 14th - 15th August

Provisional Results for Saturday - https://my.raceresult.com/177526/results

Provisional Results for Sunday -https://my.raceresult.com/177537/results

Saturday won by Fergus Lamb, Andrew Bisset 2nd and Stuart Mack 3rd. Sunday won by Andrew Bisset with Fergus Lamb in 2nd and Kagen McKenzie in 3rd.

Well done to Jim Mair and the boys at Highland Enduro Club for a fantastic new venue at Dingwall. Reminiscent of Selkirk with open going over the moors and a tight off camber technical test.

The event was testing and the scenery was amazing. A  great new addition to the calendar.

  More photos here Dingwall 2021



Note for entrants to all events

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 27   . As are black or white on orange   27 

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

Green or red background with white nos - Expert

Yellow background with black nos - clubman classes

Blue background with white nos Over 40 Clubman /Over 50 Clubman

Black background with white nos Sportsman classes.

Please help the timing people - Thanks  :-)


Latest News 12th July 2021


  Scottish Borders Enduro Club - 2nd round Scottish Championship Hare and Hounds 11th July at Falahill Farm - near Heriot

Provisional Results -   https://my.raceresult.com/174814/results

A great days racing on a new course set out by Andy Thomson and his team. A proper enduro style event with forest, quarry and mud to keep the riders interested.

The Expert class was won by Fraser Flockhart looking very rapid but kept honest by Ian Bisset who won the start hole shot and finished just 4 minutes down on the day. Ben Thomson came home in 3rd after a spell in the pits and put in some very fast times to catch up and also finish on11 laps- all riders on 11 laps - one lap clear of the pack.

In the over 40's Ian Bisset had to fight for the win with James Harvey only 10 seconds behind. Graham Paxton had a rare outing and was rewarded with 3rd. Mark Ritchie unfortunately had a dnf - despite wearing his England top in place of his usual Newcastle one.

The over 50's was another tight race with Andy Dean taking the win from Rick McVicker just 10 second back. Robbie Allan continues to impress with 3rd.

The Clubman class was won by Ryan Paxton ahead of James Burns and Anthony Turner

Clubman B is a a hotly contested class. Callum Davidson won on the day pushed hard by Robert Graham on the same lap and then Tommy Drennan one lap down

The Sportsman was won by Andrew Murdoch with newcomer Robbie Gray just one lap down with David Macgillavray in 3rd

The popular over 50's was won by Mick Robson. Dene Happell took 2nd with Mike Glass in 3rd.

Thanks to SBEC for a great day out on a new course. Thanks to the landowner for the use of the farm.


   Photos of the event click here


Anthony Turner makes a splash

Robert Graham drifts out of the corner


  Melville MC  VINDURO event at Heriot on 10/11 July 2021

   Click here for Saturday results

  Click here for Sunday Results


  Some photos of the event taken by alan-scott@talktalk.net . Click here . More photos on the Northeast Vinduro Facebook page


Latest News 29th June 2021


  Provisional results for Tain Hare and Hounds at Highland Enduro Club  27th June 2021



Won by Andrew Bisset on his first race outing this year. Ben Thomson was having a great day until machine problems dropped him out 30 minutes from the end.

Joe Dawson put in a great race for 2nd with Jordan Hayes just behind for 3rd.  Kagen Mckenzie looked stylish and pretty rapid all day on his return to Expert class racing.

Craig Dunsire lead the few Clubmen home with Nick Walter in 2nd and Taylor Mair who stepped in to Clubman in 3rd.

Callum Davidson won the Clubman B by over a lap from Tommy Drennan who ws kept honest all day by David Simm

The over 40 class is always hotly contested and Gavin Johnston pushed hard to keep his lead ahead of Ian Bisset and Richie Finnie.

The over 50's was lead home by P Sinclair just ahead of Pete Nixon and Neil Dawson.  Turning into a very competitive class.

The Sportsman class was won by David MacGillavray closely followed by Gregorz Nowak and new rider Robbie Gray in his first adult event (one to watch for the future)


Thanks to Jim Mair and all the boys at Highland Enduro Club for a great days racing - the effort that goes in to setting out the events is very much appreciated.

   Photos of the event here.



Latest News 14th May



Lauder  on 30th May

Results now available.   https://my.raceresult.com/170754/results . Please note these are provisional results only.

A fantastic day at Woodheads Farm Lauder with DirtBike Evolution. Glorious sunshine welcomed a full entry of riders.

Although the weather was dry and the course in perfect condition there were a few damp patches - particularly the muddy hole in the  middle of the test  and the small swamp at the end of the lap.

With riders keen to get some bike time before the summer break the club put on another superb event with thumbs up all round

Fergus Lamb continued his wining way with a fast final test to take the lead  with Fraser Flockhart in 2nd and Ben Thompson in 3rd.

A great timing result with times available online . COVID 19 still causing problems for the organisers with time cards not being used meaning time penalties take a bit longer to work out.

Neill McCallum on the Beta getting some air time on the last lap

 More photos here



Latest News 3rd May

  Bon Accord Craiglash Enduro on 16th May.

Results  Sunday ver 2 results2021\240-craiglash-results-may-21-final.pdf


Updated results - only 1 change. Stephen Palmer 3rd in Sportsman Vets.


        More photos here.


Another great forest Enduro from Stuart Cooper and the team at Bon Accord. Bill Mcgregor and Di Stuart welcomed the 90 riders to a sunny course set out to test the riders.

Several new faces were present - trials riders Joe and Neil Dawson who know the forest well and decided to try on Enduro bikes. And John Kerwin from South of the border back up for a shot at a Scottish event ( after organising many  events such as Keilder) .


The course was the usual mixture of tight trees , rocks, hill climbs  and a few damp patches thrown in for good measure. With times perfect on the day - tight enough to keep the top riders in the class pushing.


Winner on the day was Fergus Lamb who was inch perfect in the test with super consistent times. Kevin Murray doing a great job in 2nd with ben Thomson flying round for 3rd.


In the over 40's Kenny Thomson kept it clean all day for the win with evergreen Gavin Johnston in 2nd and Nicky Beavitt as fast as ever in 3rd


Angus Bruce kept his winning ways with 1st in the Clubman followed home by Alastair Millar with Graham Mechan in 3rd


In the over 50's Robbie Allan turned up on the smart looking Beta for the win with Duncan McCormick returning to competition with 2nd and Shaun Sinclair bring up 3d.


Callum Hill took the win in the Clubman B with Stephen Durrand in 2nd and Alasdair Duncan 3rd.


Sportsman were led home by Callun Davidson with David Macgillvray in 2nd and Gregorz Nowak 3rd


John Kerwin made his long trip worthwhile with a win in the Sportsman Vets . Gerry Day on his wee Montesa coming in 2nd to keep his points up. Steven Clark finished in 3rd - clean on time.


And Sammi Filsell finished the event with a big smile on her face ( " not as hard as Lossie ")


Looking forward to Lauder in two weeks.


Fergus Lamb at speed in the test.


Latest News 27th April


  John Little Memorial Enduro  Highland Enduro Club - Lossiemouth 1/2 May 2021

Results - Saturday ver 2     Results - Sunday ver 2


    Photos of the event here - Lossie 2021


A great start to the new season with the first two days run by Highland Enduro Club.  Sunny on Saturday and dry on the Sunday

With this being the first event run under COVID 19 restrictions there were some extra safety measures and social distancing in place . All riders and crew were checked for temperature at the gate before entry.

The course was slightly eased as it was the first event most riders had been at for over a year. But this was Lossie and it lived up to it's reputation. First rider away at 10:00 and not finished till 4:30. Five laps of the sandy and twisty test in the trees to decide the winner.

With the first test not counting riders had a chance to get to grips with the course before pushing to the max from lap 2. Never an easy course it was as testing as ever. Due to running a month later due to COVID 19 restrictons there was no beach section due to nesting Arctic Terns - but there was still enough sand.

A new rider to the course Nieve Holmes from England was one of two ladies on the course. Riding expert class she got to grips with the sand and seemed to enjoy her days. Very stylish and aggressive as set some very quick times in the test.


Winner on day one was Fraser Flockhart with Frazer Norrie in 2nd and Fergus Lamb in 3rd .

On day 2 it was Frazer Norrie who took the honours with Fraser Flockhart in 2nd and a very consistent Kevin Murray in 3rd.

Our thanks to Jim Mair and the Highland Enduro Club for a great weekend and thanks to the Forestry Land Scotland for the use of the ground.

The next event is Bon Accord at Craiglash on the 16th May - regs available at www.bamcc.co.uk



More pictures here  Lossie 2021


Those of you who knew John Little were privileged, although personally at the time I never realised it. Many times, John would question my manhood if I moaned about being knackered, injured, the track too hard or too slippy.

John was himself a rider of considerable ability having ridden the SSDT many times and the ISDE three times once on a factory Laverda!

It was this wealth of experience that made him special, and although somewhat glad to be rude to myself he would encourage other riders not to give up.  Read more here

As a final Tribute - some of Johns ashes were scattered on the special test - a tribute to his efforts and love of the sport over many years.




Updated Enduro / H&H Calendar



New classes for Enduro for 2020


For 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.

Expert A nos from 1 - 29 and Expert B from 30 - 39.

The first Expert B is Steven Currie Jnr - we are looking for more riders to join him. Newly promoted riders or those finding the Expert class a bit tight can apply to enter the Clubman B.

There is also Sportsman Vets class for over 50 Sportsmen . Numbers the same and times the same as Sportsman. 

In Hare and Hounds there is also a Sportsman Vets class.

Enduro and Hare and Hounds regulations for 2020


The updated SACU standing regs for 2020 are now available.

The change in the Enduro regs is that there will an Expert B class for 2020 to encourage riders to upgrade. This will run on the same laps as Expert but on a slightly longer lap time.

For 2020 existing Expert class riders can choose which class they wish to ride in. Riders may choose to upgrade to Expert at any time.

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.

In the Sportsman class there is a new Sportsman Over 50 Vets  class for riders who are 50 or over before the date of the first Enduro Championship round.

In the Hare and Hounds regs there is also a new Sportsman Over 50 Vets Class for riders who are 50 or over before the date of the first H&H Championship round.

Enduro Standing Regs 2020  

Hare and Hound Standing Regs 2020



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. (Silver stickers are no longer valid 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.

Check the regs in the 2021 ACU Handbook - https://www.acu.org.uk/ridersmembers/acu-handbook.aspx


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 .


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