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ACU Southern Centre Trials Championship 2022

Tuesday January 4, 2022 at 3:56pm

The Southern Centre Trials Championship for 2022 will be held over 9 rounds, with three additional “Classic” rounds for Rigid, Pre-65 & Twin Shock machines.

2022 Championship dates:

03 April 2022

Alton & District

The Kenchington

24 April 2022

Bridport & Weymouth

The Caslake Cup

08 May 2022

Waltham Chase

The George Greenland

03 July 2022

Waltham Chase

The Keith Marshall - Pre 65 and T/S

07 August 2022

Alton & District

The Selborne Solo

28 August 2022

Waltham Chase

The Geoff Chandler

03 September 2022

Isle of Wight MCC

The IOW Two Day Trial

04 September 2022

Isle of Wight MCC

The IOW Two Day Trial

11 September 2022

Bridport & Weymouth

The West Dorset Trophy

25 September 2022

Farnham and District

The Phill Mellers - Pre 65 and T/S

30 October 2022

Ringwood MCC

The Perce Simon

27 November 2022

Aldermaston Nomads

The Mike Slatter Trial - Pre 65 and T/S

 

Clubs will publish event venues in the Supplementary Regs on the ACU Website, TMX, The Sporting Motorcyclist and on their own Club Websites.

Classifications for 2022:

Expert – “Solo Star” Award (A Route)

Clubman Expert - (50/50 A & B Routes)

Clubman (B Route)

Veteran - Over 50 (C Route)

Sportsman - Under 50 (C Route)

Adult D Route (Novice)

Pre-65 (C Route) “The George Allan”                           

Twin Shock (C Route)

Youth A, B, C and D. (Youth D only if venue is suitable)

Clubs may include additional non championship classes in events on a no points basis.

Entry for all rounds is via the ACU on-line system. There is no “on the day” entry.

Awards are presented for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in each class. (Subject to minimum entries in the class)

For each round points are allocated as shown:

Best performance 20 points, then 17,15,13,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2, and 1 for 15th place in each class.

Only the first 15 finishers in each class shall be awarded points.     

The number of events to count in the series for each competitor will be the total number of events in the series less two. (A rider finishing in all 9 core rounds would have the worst two scores deducted)

RuleTSR22A, “Stop Permitted”, will be used at the nine core Centre Rounds.

Non-Stop, TSR22B rules may be applied at the three Pre65 and Twin-shock rounds, at the discretion of the organising Clubs.

 

Award winners and partners will be invited as complimentary guest of “The ACU Southern Centre” to an annual Awards Presentation in early 2023, to receive their awards.

The Clubs hosting Championship Rounds will confirm all event information in the Supplementary Regulations.

The Championship results table will be updated after each event and published in the Sporting Motorcyclist and posted on The Southern Trials Riders Facebook page.

Youth A, B, C and D class riders are especially encouraged to take part in the series.

Please check Club Websites for event updates or cancellations.

 

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