IMPORTANT ACU YOUTH UPDATES FOR 2019.
There are important changes to the Youth B and C classes for 2019.
The riders will progress to the B class from the C class a year earlier than previous years. The riders will now ride 2 years in the C class and then 3 years in the B class.
The B class riders are eligible to ride a 125cc machine, but they will of course be allowed to compete on a smaller capacity machine in this class.
Any youth who is upgraded to a higher route will have to ride the capacity of machine appropriate to their age.
Would parents and Club Secretaries please take note when applying for youth licences for 2019?
The age categories for Youth A and D and E class riders remain unchanged.
The new age categories apply from 1st January 2019.
A class, max 125cc or 250cc twinshock:
DOB from 1.1.2002 to 31.12.2003
B class, max 125cc or 250cc twinshock:
DOB from 1.1.2004 to 31.12.2007
C class: max 80cc standard wheel or electric up to 7bhp:
DOB from 1.1.2008 to 31.12.2009
D class: max 80cc medium wheel or electric up to 7 bhp:
Must have attained the age of 6 years on date of event to ride a petrol machine.
DOB 1.1.2010 to 31.12.2013
E class: electric small wheel up to 2bhp:
Minimum age of 4 years attained on date of event.
SACU News 2019:
NEW – 2019 Trials Regulations:
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For Scottish Championship – please note all classes will need lanyards fitted from 2016 onwards
Championship Twinshock Machines in this class must be fitted with twinshock suspension and have drum brakes as fitted at time of manufacture
Trials Supplementary Regs for 2019 are also available on the SACU site at: