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.
Tom McBride from Spinningdale has been an IDMCC committee member for many years and a founder Director of the Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Limited when it was incorporated in 2006.
After careful thought, Tom has decided to retire as company director and to resign his position with the committees of IDMCC and ITC.
The Directors and Committee would like to thank Tom most sincerely for all the hard work he has put into the club and company over the years, and it is without doubt he has put into the sport of trials much more than he ever took out.
Tom was a staunch supporter of the annual club championship and was the driver behind getting members to observe at championship rounds so that fair and accurate results could be obtained for the championships. He was also the Chief Marshall at our Internationally reknowned Highland Classic 2 Day Trial.
We all in the club wish Tom well for the future and hope that he will enjoy ordinary membership and be able to attend as many of our trials as he possibly can in the years to come.
GRANT COWARD – Chairman, Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd.
The club held its national trial on Sunday 8th September in glorious weather, the 12th Paul Kilbauskas Memorial trial was well supported with 88 riders competing for Scottish Championship points being round 7.
This year we decided to have a prize draw with a good prize, £100 to be exact. Without observers and land, we have no event.
David Kinnear, the factor of Alvie Estates Ltd was on hand in the morning to draw the winning ticket, this identified Inverness club member, Steve Jamieson as the £100 winner.
Fin Yeaman was on hand to photograph Steve with Club Chairman, Grant Coward with the cheque from the club.