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( Ver 2 updated - Rider No 104 now in 2nd) . Congratulations to
McArthur on his first Expert win - with Richard Hay in 2nd and Allyn Scotland in 3rd.
Enjoy the latest yellow hat video - lots of fast bikes and a bit
of falling off - watch out for the big hole ( I found it too...)
Report from Andrew McConnel -
had only 65 starters but a tough lot they were as 63
more so than Pete Nixon
who finished with one toe less than he started with.
course was in the trees and roots and took full concentration to
stay on time, but most seemed to manage.
it was the shorter tightish check
which required a little fire road speeding to make the times
then off down the relaxed two way section to the other forest a
steady run through the trees and then back.
and his GASGAS smoothed his way round
the tricky test to the expert win,
followed by the battling (injury) Richard
james harvey john henderson and nicky
beavitt shared first place in the o/40s, causing much rechecking
of the times.but they could not be split.
the clubmen steve currie just pipped hamish patrick both of whom
were giving the tight check full welly
Scott mc vittie won the well
supported clubmen b
sportsmen stuck in better than expected and that class was won
by alan carson
of the sportsmen looked well capable of running in a higher
to all who helped on the day