Scottish Enduros 2018 -


DirtBike Evolution  ran  the first round of the 2018 SACU Hare and Hound Championship on 5th of November at Lauder

5th of November and lots of fireworks. A fantastic new championship venue set out by Steven Currie and his team for the 1st round of 2018 SACU H&H chanpionship. Adding on extra stubble fields for the existing wooded practice area produced a fast and flowing track - with some very rapid riders out racing today.

With electronic timing showing the positions as they day went out the leaders pushed hard. Andrew Bisset showed real grit when he ran out of fuel downhill from the pits - but pushed the bike in unassisted to refuel and then head off after the leaders.

With some new names on the results it looks like being a hard fought championship for 2018.

With sun all day the track stayed in perfect condition and was enjoyed by a large crowd of spectators.

Provisional results

Expert 1st place James Dent - 2nd Ryan Ireland  3rd Dean Reid

Over 40 James Harvey in 1st pushed hard by veteran rider Rickard McVicker with Ian Bisset in 3rd

Clubman 1st James Barrack 2nd Andrew Currie and David Scott in 3rd

Clubman B Car lHowes led them home followed by iain Henderson and Angus Bruce

Over 50 Andrew Maben looking to retain his title again this year . Duncan McCormick -always a threat in 2nd and Robbie Allan pushed hard for 3rd

Sportsman George McBeth pushed for the win with Carlton Timmins in 2nd and Matty Cameron in 3rd.

Many to thanks to the landwowner for such a fantastic venue - and well done to DirtBike Evolution on a great first championship event .

 Full results on their Facebook page at







Stevie Flags them away

Expert hit the first corner

What a day  - great biking action and fantastic scenery

The Curries wait for the first rider round

James Dent leads from the front all day

The race is on

James Dent

Andrew Bisset

Ryan Ireland

Dean Reid

Stuart Mack

Richard  McVicker

James Harvey

Justin Harvey

Angus Bruce

Duncan McCormick

James Barrack


Ian Little showing some body english

Look out behind you . . . .

Angus Bruce

Kenny Thomson

Don't fall off in front of the Evil Snapper.

Thanks to all the timing crew - we can'tdo it without you.

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