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.
Due to popular demand, the club has now produced an online form to make joining the clubs easier.
You can still join the club manually, but online is the most popular way of joining with so many people using the internet to buy items, place orders etc.
There are two types of form, one for those members who want to pay by Debit or Credit card or have a PayPal account and this can be done on the PayPal/Debit/Credit form, There is an alternative form for those without PayPal or wish to pay by either cheque or direct bank transfer.
By far the easiest option is by PayPal, Debit or Credit card.
Payment by bank transfer is direct to the club’s bank account or by posting a cheque to the Company Secretary.
To use the new facility, go straight to the ‘Forms’ page by following this link:
The inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Limited ran the annual Intro To Trials event in late December 2019 and the proceeds raised that day have just been donated to Cancer Research UK in memory of Mrs Margaret Smith, the late wife of our President, Malcolm Smith.
Margaret passed away after a lengthy illness on Saturday 21st November 2019. It was agreed that the Intro event at Tain be used to collect money for the familys’ chosen charity, Cancer Research UK and we were able to donate the sum of £726.25, marking a year since Margaret sadly passed away.
Usually we have a photo shoot for presentations such as this, but things have been curtailed this year due to Covid, so an online donation on behalf of the club was made by John Moffat, Company Secretary and a receipt obtained.
The Smith family are delighted with the donation and wish to thank all riders who took part in the event and those who also donated on the day.