Championship Rules

Club Championship

Best points gained from 8 rounds out of the 9 will count towards the final Championship score. A minimum of 4 scoring rounds must be ridden to qualify. 

Riders must help lay out and take down one trial. If a member wishes to ride the same trial that they have helped lay out and take down, then they will still be awarded the championship points for that trial. 

You must tell the Secretary at the start of the trial that you have laid out and wish that trial to count as your qualifying round. 

Championship points will only be awared to club members once they have paid their membership fee. Placements prior to payment of membership fees will not be counted. 

The championship consists of the following classes (you may change classes within the year but earlier points will be lost); 


White Route

Blue Route

Red Route

Yellow Route


If you have won a class for two consecutive years, you either have to ride the class/route above or ride the year for no award.

Each section must be ridden in consecutive number order beginning at section one unless the Clerk of the Course or other club official instructs otherwise. Championship points may be disallowed if the rider is discovered having 'doubled up' (riding the same section again before completing the other sections in the course) unless expressly told to do so by the Clerk of the Course or a Committee Member. 

Punch cards for the rounds after the lunchtime break will not be issued until the Clerk of the Course authorises the restart of the trial.    

Twinshock Championship

Best points gained from 5 rounds out of the 5 will count towards the final Championship score. A minimum of 3 scoring rounds must be ridden to qualify. 

There will be four routes, white, blue, red and yellow. There will be no 50/50 route and no distiction between adult and youth. Modern bikes may also compete but do not qualify for the this Championship.