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Club Champs Glenelg Spur November 2012

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PIONEER MOTORCYCLE CLUB Inc.Trophies and CupsThe Bonnington Cup                     

History

Presented in 1917 by Cecil Bonnington for the Most Points in Competition. This is The Pioneer Motorcycle Club’s premier trophy.

Purpose

Awarded to the rider gaining the most points in all events the club run. Open to all grades and classes.

Rules  
(1)

All observed trials events the Pioneer Motorcycle Club runs shall be considered as long as they cater for all grades and classes.

(2)

Points are awarded as set out in paragraph 23-6-7 of the New Zealand Auto-Cycle Union General Competition Rule Book. I.e.: 25 for 1st, 22 for 2nd, 20 for 3rd etc.

(3)

The trophy shall be awarded jointly if 2 or more riders score the same total of points.

Winner Brent Downes
 
The Laurenson Cup
History

Presented by Angus Laurenson in 1946 for the Winner of the “Championship” Section for Sporting Trial.

Purpose

Winner of the Experts Grade Pioneer Trials Championship.

Rule

To qualify for this cup the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of a minimum of 4 one day observed trials compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Competition Rule Book.

Winner Blake Fox
 
The PMC Intermediate Cup
History

Bought by the Pioneer Motorcycle Club in 1992 for use as the Intermediate Grade Championship Trophy.

Purpose

Winner of the Intermediate Grade, Pioneer Trials Championship.

Rules

To quality for this cup the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of minimum of 4 one day observed trials compatible with rule 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Competition Rule Book.

Winner Ross Bristol
 
The PMC Clubman Cup
History

Bought by the Pioneer Motorcycle Club in 1993 for use as the Clubman Grade Championship Trophy.

Purpose

Winner of the Clubman Grade, Pioneer Trials Championship

Rules

To qualify for this trophy the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of at least 4 one day observed trials events compatible with rules 23-6 and 238 of the NZACU General Rule Book

Winner Richard Cripps
 
The Presidents Cup
History

Presented in 1992 by Don Clarkson for the Winner of the Presidents Class of the Pioneer Trials Championship.

Purpose

Winner Presidents Class, Pioneer Trials Championship

Rule  
(1)

To qualify for this trophy the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of at least 4 one day observed trials events compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Competition Rule Book.

(2)

To ride in the Presidents Class a rider must be 40 years of age or over.

Winner Mike Elliott
 
The Mitchell Cup
History

Originally presented in 1940 by H. Mitchell for the Competitor Gaining the Most Points in Gymkhana Events this cup has been used as the Novice Grade Championship Trophy for many years.

Purpose

Best result by a Novice Rider in the Pioneer Trials Championship

Rules  
(1)     

A novice rider is one who is in their first three years of trials riding, and riding the B line in the Clubman sections.

(2)     

To qualify for this cup the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of a minimum of 4 one day observed trials compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Rule Book.

Winner Greg Creagh
    
The Peter Bennett Cup
History

Presented in 1950 by P. Bennett for the Best Performance in Trials by a First Year Competitor.

Purpose

Best Performance in the Pioneer Trials Championship by a First Year Competitor.

Rules  
(1)

Only awarded to riders in their first year of trials competition.

(2)

The rider must be competing in a grade or class which uses the B line of Clubman sections.

(3)

To qualify for this trophy the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of a least 4 one day observed trials compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Rule Book.

Winner Mathew Dalziel                           
 
The Blandford Cup
History

Presented by Mr and Mrs Blandford in 1951 for the Aggregate Points Winner Under 19 years of age in Trials and “Safe Rider” Competition.

Purpose

Most Points by a rider under 19, Pioneer Trials Championship

Rules  
(1)     

To qualify for this cup the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of minimum of 4 observed trials compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Rule Book.

Winner David Trewin
 
The France Cup
History

Presented in 1947 by Mr & Mrs LA France for the Competitor Under 21 years of age gaining the most points by Gymkhana events. It has been used for the Best Junior Rider.

Purpose

Most Points by a Junior, Pioneer Motorcycle Club

Rules  
(1)

A Junior rider shall be as defined in paragraphs 28-3-5 to 28-3-11 of the NZACU General Competition Rule Book.

(2)     

To qualify for this cup the Pioneer Trials Championship must consist of minimum of 4 observed trials compatible with rules 23-6 and 23-8 of the NZACU General Rule Book.

Winner Gareth Wadsworth
 
The Knitters Shield
History

Presented by Don Clarkson in 1992 for the rider scoring the most “5’s” in the Pioneer Trials Championship open to all grades and classes.

Purpose

Most Fives lost during the Pioneer Trials Championship

Rules  
(1)     

All rounds of the Championship will count for this purpose of awarding this trophy.

(2)     

A tie will be decided by awarding the trophy to the rider with the highest number of 3, and if this fails to break the tie, the highest number of two and then ones.

Winner Mathew Dalziel
 
The Triumph #2 Cup
History

Presented by the Triumph Cycle Co, England in 1937 for the Winner of the Championship class in Kaikoura.

Purpose

Winner of the Experts Grade of the Kaikoura 3 Day Observed Trial.

Winner David Trewin
 
The BSA Shield
History

Presented by Skeates & White Limited in 1950 for the Best Performance on a 125cc machine in trials.

Purpose

Best Performance on a 125cc Machine in the Pioneer Trials Championship.

Rule  
(1)     

The rider must complete at lest 80% of the Championship rounds on a 125cc machine.

Winner Stef Downes
 
The Falconer Cup
History

Presented in 1946 by HD Falconer

Purpose

Best first year rider at the Kaikoura 3 day observed trial.

Rules  
(1)     

Only awarded to riders in their first year of trials competition.

(2)     

The rider must be competing in a grade or class which uses the B line of the Clubman sections.

The Whyte Cup
History

Presented by Mr & Mrs Whyte in 1947 for the Woman gaining the most points in Gymkhana events it has come to be known as “The Ladies Cup”

Purpose

Woman gaining the most points in trials.

Winner Stef Downes
 
The Hallie Cup
History

Presented by Roy and Sandra Hallie in 1994 for the Winner of the Twin Shock class at the Club Championship.

Purpose

Winner of Twin Shock class.

Winner Jon Hainsworth

 

Club Champs Glenelg Spur November 2012
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