It took a huge family effort to get Oliver Wilson, our Youth member from Tain, down south for the ACU ABC&D British Championship rounds this year. But the effort reaped the benefits when Oliver clinched the ACU Youth C (Medium Wheel) British Trials Championship at the final round in Surrey. It is both an honour and privilige for the club to have a British Trials Champion in our membership for the first time.
To mark Oliver’s achievement, he was invited to be Guest of Honour at the club’s awards ceremony on Saturday 26th November at Fairways Leisure in Inverness. Oliver not only presented the prizes, but collected his Youth C Club Championship trophy and was also awarded the rider of the year trophy for the ‘Most Improved Rider’ for 2022.
Gordon Lawley, an ACU official said: “It’s absolutely brilliant for me to see Oliver receiving the award from the Inverness & District MCC Ltd for his achievements during 2022. The amount of travelling Oliver and his family have had to endure to compete in the ACU ABC&D British Youth Championship just shows the dedication. Oliver has been riding a Beta 80cc Medium Wheel throughout the 2022 Championship series.”
Gordon Bain Photography was present to capture all the awards.
Seen here is Oliver with IDMCC Ltd, General Secretary, John Moffat at the awards evening which was for all club members.
Oliver Wilson is the new 2022 ACU Youth C (Medium Wheel) British Trials Champion.
The ten year old Beta rider from Tain clinched the Belle Trailers sponsored British championship at the Surrey Schoolboys event on 16th October. To recognise his achievement, the club have invited Oliver to be Guest of honour and present the trophies at the annual Awards Presentation Ceremony at Fairways Leisure in Inverness on Saturday 26th November.
The club are delighted as this is the first time a member has been crowned a British Trials Champion.
Now available only to 2022 club members, the 2022 Club Championship Season Ticket at the special discounted price of £80 Adults and £50 Youths. (terms and conditions apply)
Six of the seven rounds count for championship points, the adult riders MUST observe one of these rounds. Instead of dropping a round, adult riders must observe and thus help the club and the championship. Youth riders may ride in all seven rounds, but only six rounds count for championship points. This leaves the championship open until all seven rounds have been run.
All rounds of the 2022 Club Championship will be organised by Inverness Trials Club, permits and event insurance issued by AMCA Events Ltd.
Terms and conditions apply: Adult entrants can ride a maximum of six rounds, the seventh round must be observed by the entrant to obtain championship points. Adult Riders will only be allowed to ride six rounds maximum. Youths are allowed to ride seven rounds, but only six to count. Simple to apply: You select/tick which six rounds you wish to compete in and the round you leave blank is the round that you have elected to observe.
Price: We have been able to afford you a discount over the usual tariff, Adults will pay £80 for six rounds and youths £50 for seven rounds (six rounds to count). You pay the upfront fee on application. Simple: Once registered, you only need to ‘sign on’ for the event, no payment required on the day – you are good to go! (No refunds will be given from the season ticket for ‘no shows’).
The Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd donated the sum of £252 to the charity: ‘Highlands & Islands Blood Bikers’ (registered with Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator No. SC049345) during the financial year to 30th November 2021. Highlands & Islands Blood Bikes are not connected in any way to IDMCC Ltd or it’s directors.
Those who Observed a round of the 5 round series, have been accorded their points, those who didn’t observe can see what points they would have gained this season had they observed a round of the series.
Well done to all our Champions 2021, remember the Awards will be presented on Saturday 22nd January, 2022 at FAIRWAYS LEISURE, beginning at 3pm.
New club logos have been designed and have been passed for use by the directors and committee of the Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd for both the IDMCC and ITC with the branding ‘Team Inverness’.
This was part of the branding refresh following the founding of the Inverness Trials Club last August.
The IDMCC Logo:
The new logos confirm the committment to promote both national and club trials under the two clubs, but jointly under the Team Inverness style.
The Inverness Trials Club logo:
The new logos are copyright and are the intellectual property of the Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd.