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.
Result Rd 4 Enduro Bon Accord 2 Sep 2023.pdf
results2023\Final Result Rd 5 Enduro Bon Accord 3 Sep
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.
points and Champions at the end of the week after any queries have been
Andrew Bisset in high flying action
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Ross Fisher CoC addresses the riders briefing. Great
Andrew Bisset keeps on flying
Sam Boyd flies
Calum Hill leads the B's
Robbie Davidson powers on
Nat Leadbitter on the boil
Followed by Ryan Chapman
Roy Mackay takes to the air
Struan Hull also flying
Ross Duncan classic
on the move
Jonny Fairnie gets
a move on
Artistic shot of
Allan Macdonald - back after injury
Sandy Bankier gets
the power on
Jamie Douglas -
first time in Scotland
Followed by his dad
- old hand Gavin Douglas
Derri Forde gets a
Tom Massey enjoying
his weekend with 2 wins
and great pits area
Cai Hewitt pushing
all day for the win.
Bill Bruce spots
David Simm fights
to keep the front down.
pushes in the test
With Dad Alex
Austin trying to catch him.
drifting for the win
Alister Barr wining
Thoms Malcolm at
Alan Bonner threads
Ross Duncan rails
Followed by Tom
Tom again - 2 great
Sandy Bankier gets
the wheel airborne
Derri Forde great
Sam Boyd at pace
Ethan still at
gets some air time
And Andrew just
keeps on flying
Struan Hull flies
round the track
Thomas Malcom - I
did catch you !
Even the Marshalls
still clean - how does he do it ?
Cai Hewitt -on the
boil all day
eyes on the course.
David Simm still
cant keep that front down
enjoying the ride
Wee bit of
understeer for Sam Boyd
Alister Barr -
total control - all the way to the win.