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    Bon Accord Craiglash Enduro 21st April 2024


Updated results for Craiglash Enduro 21st April

  results2024\Final Class Results - Rd 3 Craiglash.pdf

Another tough and excellent enduro from the Bon Accord Club. Ross Fisher and his team put together a great day out in the woods for 96 riders.

The journey was well worth it with the usual big climbs, rocks and a tight but flowing special test. A proper enduro and a good one to finish.

Starting dryish it then drizzled for the whole day making the course slippy and muddy as the day went on. The big bog and hill climb was cut.

With lots of marshalls on the course to help out the event kept going with a bit of heaving .

Thanks to Bon Accord for the effort and putting on another great event.

Andrew Bisset took the win by only 10 secs over 5 tests from Sam Boyd who continues to push hard. Ricky Mair continues to impress with 3rd.

Derek Little took the over 40 win ahead of Gavin Johnston with Lee Philip in 3rd.

Duncan Norrie on a classic Honda CR250 (narrow power band and stiff suspension)  took the Clubman class with an impressive ride after a 5 year layoff.

Felix Beavitt continues to improve after moving up a class and took 2nd ahead of Charles Millburn

Robbie Allan continues to enjoy himself in the over 50 class with a win ahead of experienced riders Neil Dawson and Andrew Flockhart.

Robert  Grahan lead the Clubman B class home with a fine ride to lead  Matthew Scott by only 1 second after 3 tests. Nat Leadbitter came in 3rd

John Telfer took the Sportsman win . With John Weir 2nd and Donald Mackenzie in 3rd

The Over 50 Vets is always competitive with John Hume coming in 1st ahead of Alan Strachan and Marco Martinelli who all remained  clean on time.

The next Enduro will be SBEC at Fala Hill on 1st June with a H&H on the 2nd . Another great weekend of sport.


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Calum Hill gets the power down.

Andrew Bisset leads them off

Ricky Mair looks forward to  a good run

Dean Barr in the trees

First wheelie of the day

Alan Davidson on the pegs

Followed by Richie Finnie

Mark Bruce looks determined

Archie Manners

Thomas Malcolm always gives a wave

Local lad can't wait till it's his turn.

Josh Orr heads for the woods

Wojceich Smolarz starts the test

Beautiful Scottish scenery

Oliver Macintyre

John Telfer on the gas

Clarke Davidson pushes on

Donald Macfadyen keeps it tidy

Donnie Cameron feet up all the way

Callum Davidson back in the saddle

Cai Hewitt powers on

Robbie Davidson muscles his way on

Stevie Durrand digs deep

Gavin Johnston on form

Mitchell Brown powering on

Darren Cousins

Mark Anderson keeps it tight

Derek Little stylish as always

David Simm best foot forward

Felix Beavitt gets the power down

Duncan Norrie on the classic Cr250

Alister Barr pushes hard

Lee Disberry on the pegs

Andrew Flockhart powering on

Dean Barr on the boil

Robbie Allan always tidy

Neil Dawson attacks

Mike Rigg roosts away

Alan Davidson keeps the hammer down

Archie manners still stylish

Robbie McLernon

Roy Mackay threads the trees

Sam Boyd pushes hard

Alastair Miller speeds on

Andrew Bisset leads them on

Cai Hewitt rails the berm

Ricky Mair still charging

Callum Davidson flying

Followed by Robbie Davidson

Callum Hill still pushing hard

Bill Bruce on the going

Robbie McLernon gets the weight out

Roy Mackay spots the camera

Mitchell Brown still having fun.

Derek Little flies

Lee Philip in the ruts

Lee Disberry jumps for joy in the rain

Gavin Donald

The last hill before home

James Harvey on the last mile.