club Trial – 26th June – Western Valley

MNZ Permit No: 18491

Western Valley

From the Little River shops follow the road towards Akaroa. Veer left into Western Valley Rd as you leave Little River. Continue up the road for approximately 3 kms until you reach the first bridge. There are two properties here, one on either side of the road.

Please remember to bring your MNZ Licence.
Rider Sign-on: 9:30am to 10am
Rider’s Briefing: 10am
Event Starts at 10:30am
Please ensure that you have a kill switch lanyard fitted.

Kaikoura 3 Day Results

The Pioneer Club would like to thank all those involved in the setting and administration of this event.  While the first day at Dairy Farm Road was very very wet and cold, fifty plus riders endured these difficult conditions to complete 3 laps of 12 sections. 

The second day at Rakaunui, the weather gods came to the party and a fine and sunny day was provided. Again fifty plus riders rode 4 laps of 10 sections, all of which where challenging, specially the horse shoe tight turn in section 6.

The final day at Mt. Fyffe again saw great sunny weather and this time the riders completed 3 laps of 12 sections. Lots of mud in the river sections but otherwise dry conditions.  

Medals, certificates and prizes where awarded to the riders shortly after the final rider had completed the 3 laps. The prize giving was at Donegal House, where also the Saturday night buffet meal for 60 plus guests was held.

The North vs South competition was closely fought and this year the North won the splendid Jock Cain trophy, presented by Jock’s son Malcolm Cain.

The club would like to extend its special thanks to Jules for his great work with scoring the event.

To see Day 1 results please click here: Results Day 1

To see Day 2 results please click here: Results Day 2

To see Day 3 results please click here: Results Day 3

To see the overall results for the 3 days please click here: Overall Results

HAVE A GO DAY – 16th June

The Pioneer Club is having a “Have a Go Day”. If you have ever thought what it is like to ride a trials bike then now is your chance. It does not matter what age, gender or ability you are, all are welcome.

We start at 10am and go onto midday, with a BBQ to finish. There will be club members on hand to help and guide you. The practice areas are flat and grass or sand covered.

The club can provide a helmet and of course a bike to ride. If you have any suitable gloves or boots please bring them with you.

The venue has plenty of parking, and can found by ”
Follow the road upstream from the Old Bridge approximately 3 Km’s you will come to the area on the left of the road. “

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