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Welcome to the Barham Motorcycle Club web site

We hope that you find the new look website easy to use.

We’ve put most information under the buttons on the left. But if you’re looking for an entry form for the latest Barham Trial, the riders list or results from the last event then use the buttons directly below


Important Notice

With the increased use of land by the club for practice days etc we rely heavily on the goodwill of the landowners to allow us to continue using their ground.

Our behaviour while taking part in any event is important,  both when riding in the event or simply around the parking area.

So this is a gentle reminder to all participants at Barham events to act in a responsible and considerate manner at all times. Keep to marked routes at all times, and refrain from “party tricks”  which invariably damage the ground we use.

REMEMBER, if we lose a piece of ground due to bad behaviour we won’t get it back.

Riders acting in an irresponsible manner will be asked to desist and ultimately to leave.

Fancy being an observer?

Would you like to have a go at observing, or helping to at one of our Trials?

You don’t need to be a club member but if you’d like to have a go and help make the days possible, simply click on the link and complete the short form.

If you’ve never done it before don’t worry, we can team you up with an experienced observer to show you the ropes and make sure you’re comfortable with the rules.

We can’t guarantee that there would always be a section available to observe but you would be contacted before an event to see if you’d like to observe. Go on you know you want to!

Riders, did you know you can renew your ACU licence on line now?

Updated 22nd April 2016


Charity Trial date, Club meeting date and Team Trial info

Next Youth/Adult Practice

Next Practice will be on 24th April 2016

Venue will be Crundale Lime Works - Start time 10:30 -  Start Fee £10

All members welcome Contact Barham and District MCC youth officer Tim Taylor on 07725988775 or Mark Ridge for further details.

As always a big thank you to the landowners for allowing us the use of the ground for all our events


Committee / Club Meeting

Next Barham Club meeting will be

19th April 2016

The Black Robin Valley Road Kingston CT4 6HS

Start time 8pm. Committee start 7.30 pm

Barham Charity Trial

Charity Trial in July date now confirmed as Saturday 23rd July and will be at Wingmore

Entry details will be on the site shortly

In aid of the Pilgrims Hospice

£15 Adult £10 Youth


Team Trial

29th May sees the annual team trial event. Last year Barham fielded 3 teams. So club members, if you would like to take part in riding this event, please contact Mark Ridge for further details or e-mail,  The club will pay the entry fee again this year


May Youth/Adult Practice

Folkestone Club are holding a Practice day on May 1st at Acton Farm Start time 10.30 Entry £10

There may be a BBQ available so you’re welcome to bring a long some food if you wish.

Due to the terrain of Acton Farm and the current development for Trials riding at the moment the land is not entirely suitable for our less able and youngest riders and has no real open area for training.

Please note, this is open to Folkestone TC Members and Invited guests only (in this case, members of Barham club)

Directions for Acton Farm Acton Lane, Wittersham, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 7HN. This is the postcode for the farm yard itself (which you do NOT want) the entrance to the Orchard parking is approx. halfway between Acton Farm and Ebony Cottages, on Acton Lane, which is off the B2082 into Wittersham. The entrance is at map reading 51.025100, 0.725400 (Northings, Eastings). You can copy that into Google Maps


Club Archives!

As you know the club archives are available for digital viewing, however there’s something nice about picking up a book and flicking through the pages, so to this end it’s been decided that we’ll get the archives updated and sent to print. So if you’d be interested in a copy please let Mark Ridge or Tom Arter know or alternatively e-mail We’re just getting an idea for numbers. The books will be A4 size and paperback they’re expected to be priced at around the £10 mark so great value for money!