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Reply john nelson
3:11 PM on March 28, 2018 
I guess this a regular request but managed to forget to put in an entry to 2018 Beamish my apologies, Would be possible to be placed on a reserve list as I would love to ride the event again , My Bike is a 1935 Ariel RH, I rode the same bike in the 1980 Beamish ,
Kind Regards John Nelson
Reply alistair wright
6:07 PM on March 15, 2018 
Hi I am really sorry but have missed the application deadline for the BTT 2018. Is their an opportunity to apply still or has it closed completely. I have a 1959 Matchless. Trials I would love to enter
Kind regards,
Alistair Wright
Reply SilviaPsype
9:00 AM on March 7, 2018 
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Reply Dave Moffat
9:23 AM on February 26, 2018 
You should have no difficulty with the Beamish if you've coped with the MCC trials. In fact it should be quite a bit easier as no night run and much shorter route (c.110 miles)
Hills are quite similar style to MCC, possible even on road tyres and generally not much swampy going, mainly rocks.
Super country, well organised and a great day out.
Note this year's date has just been changed to Sunday 16th September.
Good luck!
Reply Mark Harding
12:39 PM on February 25, 2018 
Helllo,

I am a VMCC member with a Matchless G11 twin that I have fought round the three MCC classic trials (Exeter, Lands End and Edinburgh. ) Will I survive this event.? Regards, Mark
Reply XRumerTest
6:01 PM on January 4, 2018 
Hello. And Bye.
Reply Kristenexata
10:05 AM on November 21, 2017 
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Reply TimmyPaW
7:41 PM on November 14, 2017 
Hi HI
Reply Dave Moffat
5:11 PM on September 19, 2017 
Another excellent Beamish on Sunday, many thanks as usual to the willing team of organisers and marshals. New tulip route card saved a lot of hunting the text to find the next instruction - a good idea. More than slightly damp towards the end for some of us who like to stand around talking instead of racing to the finish but it didn't spoil what is always the best event of the year.
Reply Ian Lamb
12:05 PM on September 19, 2017 
OK here we go
for 2010 to 2016 go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/flangedalloys
for 2017 go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums there's a link here in the "about" tab back to the earlier photos
enjoy.