Next week starting Monday 27th for a week they will be a machine on site to revamp sections and move rocks into place for all club members to enjoy, a committee member or club member will be present each day to supervise the machine. If any members want to help or have a say in what go\\\'s where please contact wilkie or a committee member or just come along
The next event at Low North is the Jason Kirkwood Trial
The classes for this event are Hard, Easy and Very Easy so all riders are catered for.1pm start. The event will be followed by a Bonfire and Fireworks at Dusk. Tickets will be available for the dinner but it would be advisable to pre book them by email email@example.com or phone 01723 863987.
Regs and entry forms now available in regs and docs
Tickets priced 10.00 are now available and can be reserved by phoning 01723 863987, they must be paid for before 4th November.
They will be available at The Jason Kirkwood Trial on 1st November
The list of riders who have been awarded Achievers Awards which will be presented at the Presentation evening on the 8th November is now in results. Congratulations to you all
The results of the summer series are now in Results
Northallerton Motor club next trial on 2nd November is at Timberholme Farm, Bilsdale. off the Helmsley/Stokesley Road at Laskill Corner Start time 10.30am
Expert. Intermediate. Clubman A & B. Twinshock class
FIM X-Trial World Championship
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FIM X-Trial des Nations
Led by newly crowned 2014 FIM Trial World Champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda who was more than ably supported by Adam Raga – Gas Gas, Albert Cabestany – Sherco and Jeroni Fajardo – Beta, Spain romped to a clear and convincing victory at yesterday's 2014 FIM Trial des Nations held in Andorra.
It was in the fifth edition of this event hosted in Bertrix, Belgium in 1989 that Spain first won this marvellous and prestigious trophy despite the wet and muddy conditions that prevailed on that historic day. Although they were to surrender the team prize back to France the following year, twelve months later the Spanish were to begin to take control FIM Trial des Nations. From 1991 to 1996 inclusive Spain were simply unbeatable.
From 1997 through to 2003 inclusive only Great Britain could disrupt the Spanish supremacy, as they defeated their southern European rival on four separate occasions during this period.
However since 2004 right through to and including 2014 no other country has been able to stop Spain, on what is now an eleven year run. In the thirty years that the FIM Trial des Nations has existed the Spanish team has won it a record twenty one times, and few would doubt them adding to this success again next year.