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Extreme Enduro 2-1-2017

Published on Jan 02 2017
Conditions were perfect for the third Extreme Enduro at Foxborough Quarry Sible Hedingham organised by the Sudbury Motor Cycle Club, the rain the previous day didn’t have any affect and the sun shone all day. One disappointment the 2016 British Extreme Enduro Champion, Tom Elwood couldn’t make the event however the 2016 British runner up and last year’s winner Charlie Frost did and made his debut on the Active Bike Sport/Malcolm Rathmell Sport Sherco....

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November and December News

Published on Dec 20 2016
Course preparations are taking place during the month of December for the third Extreme Enduro at Foxborough Quarry Sible Hedingham being organised by the Sudbury Motor Cycle Club. This time the event is on Monday 2nd January a public holiday start time 11am and runs for two hours. This will be open to spectators and more details will follow later. 2016 winner Charlie Frost from Bath is looking forward to this event....

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Club News for September and October 2016

Published on Sep 26 2016
Weston Beach Race 09-10-2016 Several riders from East Anglia made the annual trip to the Weston Beach Race held over three days at Weston Super Mare. Sudbury Motor Cycle Club can claim a winner for the first time at the Weston however it was in the fun run on the Friday with the route on part of the course and over the Dunes and the worthy victor was Steve Mason followed by Rob Blackman (Castle Colchester). In the Adult Race on the Sunday Stevie Roper having taken over his brothers Jamie Roper’s ride was best Sudbury member finishing 64th and completing 16 laps only five laps behind the first two riders. Other Sudbury finishers were Ryan McDonnell 88th (15 laps), James Barker 111th (15 laps), Graham Mays 189th (13 laps), Ed Kerridge 340th (9 laps) and Pete McDonnell 406th (7 laps). Both Craig Roper and Carl Lawrence could only man...

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Great Cornard Event Report 18-09-2016

Published on Sep 19 2016
The 4th and final round of the Dave Barkshire Motorcycles Two Man Enduro Championship at Tye Farm Great Cornard organised by the Sudbury Motor Cycle Club produced some very close racing. The track was in perfect conditions with the help of the rain two days before which kept down any dust and two of the original fields were stubble instead of grass which provided a challenge. Kevin PalmerThe Championship Class was a closely fought battle all day In the end Craig Roper (Sudbury)/Rob Blackman (Castle Colchester) took the win on 71.67 laps with the next two teams tying on 71 laps so it was down to the special test and by 11 seconds Jamie Roper/Glenn Walsh (both Sudbury) took 2nd place with Rob Aldridge (Diss)/Ed Pooley (Stowmarket) 3rd, Lewis Bond’s (Lowestoft) Michael Ridgeusual riding partner Tom Braddock was not available due to family reasons so he teamed up with Ben Grice (Lowestoft) and they finish 4th Rob & Aaron Nicoll (Halstead) were 5th pushing Will Kerry (Woodbridge) and Sam Toy (Sudbury) into 6th place by a better time of 16 seconds in the special test. In the last session Toy had a bad fall dislocating his knee and with help of a fellow rider Michael Ridge he got on his bikeRoss Taylor and finished without penalties...

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Butley EVENT REPORT 04-09-2016

Published on Sep 04 2016
Every round this year of the G H Motorcycles/Husqvarna/ACU Eastern Enduro Championship has thrown up surprises and the fifth and final round last Sunday held at Butley by the Woodbridge Motor Cycle Club was no exception, Jason Morland in the Championship Class was in a determine mood althoughSudbury Enduro he was trailing by nine points at the start of the day in the Contest this was still the best chance for him to snatch the Title. He out rode everybody in the three Special Tests pushing Chris Hockey (Sudbury) into second place by 5.202 seconds and his rival for the Title Jamie Roper (Sudbury) into third by 6.716 seconds who broke his brake lever in the second test and fell off in his third test. Clearly the race for the win on the day was between these three riders and went down to the wire to the fast last lap. Roper and Hockey came in on time so did not incur any penalty points and both rider had to wait for Morland who started two minutes behind them. The wait was agonising could Morland come in on time as the clock ticked by, suddenly he appeared all eyes was on him and he reached the yellow flags...

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