The Red Rose Classic Motorcycle Club was founded in late 1992, to run and promote pre-65 trials in Lancashire.
Although we are based in North East Lancashire, we have members from all over Lancashire and the surrounding counties. We currently run 11 trials a year that count towards an annual club championship, a fun trial at Christmas a round of the Northern British Bike Championship and the National Twinshock Championship.
We welcome all levels of ability, from beginners to experts, at our trial venues.
Air cooled, drum braked twinshock machines are welcome at our events.
We aim to hold the trials with minimum regulations, 'keeping the sport within the spirit intended'.
You are welcome to come along for further information about our trials or spectate.
Clerks to the course needed to set out sections.
Please note if volunteers don't come forward, the trial may be cancelled.
Do you want to help out at a trial? Volunteers are always needed to set out trials or observe more...
Thanks to all the volunteers...
A very big thank you to everyone who help out over the trial weekends to enable the trials to be a success; it's very much appreciated. We would also thank the land owners for their support during the events.
Club Annual Donations.
We are pleased to support North West Air Amulance and Pendleside Hospice and donations of £500 and £250 respectively have been sent.
Please be aware of changes to the calendar of events as listed above.
Pendlebury Bait has been cancelled due to civil engineering works - moved to Float Bridge.
Tinkler's Farm has been moved back one week - date confirmed as 1/7/18.
Annual General Meeting held on Tues 12th December 2017.
The meeting concluded that there were a number of key positions within the club to be filled. The deadline for this was set to March. Most vacancies have now been filled. Positions Available...
The presentation evening was held at the Old Stone Trough on 3/3/18 and was well attended.
Well done to all the award winners.
Thanks to all those involved with organising the event and to Brian Stowell for taking photos on the night.