The Regulations and Entry Form for the 2020 Highland Classic Two Day Trial – FANTIC MOTOR Edition will be available from midnight on 31st January on the Highland Classic page and on the IDMCC facebook page.
Entries will be limited to 160 Adult solo riders plus a finite number of Signature Riders, plus our Guest of Honour and any Special Guest riders. No mono-shock machines will be eligible to compete.
Entries will open at Midnight on 31st January, so available from 00.01 on Saturday 1st February 2020.
The Forms will be available as a download ‘pdf’ file on facebook and on the IDMCC website. Appropriate links will be posted on facebook.
Entries are open to SACU, ACU & MCUI registration card and licence holders.
Entries can be sent by Royal Mail, Commercial Courier and hand delivery only to the ‘Entry Secretary’ named on the Regulations.
E-mail or electronic entries will not be accepted and are automatically voided and rejected.
Please read the Regulations carefully and complete the entry form fully.
Remember to enclose the entry fee of £60, payable to ‘Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club’ and remember to complete your tee-shirt size and e-mail address.
‘Signature Riders’ will complete the same form and will be selected shortly after the entries close, either when full or after Saturday 11th April. They will be advised of their status upgrade by e-mail.
Entries will be confirmed by e-mail only.
Cheques and Postal Orders will be banked within 3 days of the entries closing.
Highland Classic Two Day Trial 2020 – The Fantic Edition: ~
Entries will open on Saturday 1st February 2020 and are limited to 160 entrants. Entry Form and Regulations will be available as a pdf download from the IDMCC website on the Highland Classic page and on facebook.
Since 2014 we have usually been oversubscribed and we run the entry system on a First Come, First Entered basis, no ballot.
We also have a reserve entry list made up of those entries recieved when the allocation has been filled and we find that between 10-15% usually drop their entry before the event due to circumstances outwith the entrants control.
There will be a box in the entry form to tick to let us know that an entrant wishes to be on the reserve list if their entry has been received after the allocation is full.
The annual SACU Inter-Club Team Trial is being run on Sunday, 20th
October 2019 at Balmuick, Comrie by the Perth Club on behalf of the
SACU. If you want to ride a trial on one route, no splits in a team with
three of your mates, now is your chance. Contact our chairman, Grant
Coward for details and entry form. The club pays the entry fee for a
bona fide IDMCC team!
The Durness Clubman 2 Day has now been upgraded by the SACU to National status. The event to be held at Sango Sands, Durness will be on 17/18th August.
Previously the event was a closed to club, then Open to Scotland. As a result of the numbers attending, the SACU have upgraded the status to Scottish National under permit 19-071.
We have issued an entry form in accordance with SACU regulations, please send this before 1st August to the entries secretary with your appropriate fee. £20 Adults £10 Youth. You can still ride one day if preferred, but there is no reduction for one day only competition.
The club have announced to the trials world, our Trial Partners for our prestigeous event, The Highland Classic Two Day Trial 2019.
Guest of Honour is 1979 World Trials Champion, Bernie Schreiber and he will now be joined by SWM team mate, 1981 World Trials Champion, Gilles Burgat, both previous winners of the Scottish Six Days Trial, Gilles in 1981 and Bernie in 1982.
They are also in company with previous guest of honour, three times World Trials Champion, Yrjo Vesterinen who also won the SSDT in 1980.
Three former World Trials Champions and SSDT winners at one event, hosted by the Inverness & District MCC Ltd.
Trial Partners and Guest Teams for 2019:
Apico Factory-Racing: Gary MacDonald; Tim Britton; Robin Luscombe.
Putoline Lubricants UK: Yrjo Vesterinen; Nick Jefferies; John Hayden.
Classic Trial Magazine: Nick Shield; Phil Disney; Ian Peberdy.
Rockshocks: Gary Fleckney; Ben Butterworth; Jack Butterworth.
Cromarty Brewing Co: Mark Whitham; James Reid; Roger Holden. MotoSWM.com: Martin Matthews; Graham Wignall; Rob Poulton.