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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 25th November 2015


Mutton Lancers Results

Committee Club Meeting

19th November 2015

Duke of Cumberland Barham 7:30 on

Remember this isn’t just for the committee, come along and have a say and give us your thoughts and ideas

(No meeting in August)

Next Barham Trial

The Mutton Lancers Trial will be held on

15th November 2015

Start time 10.00

Venue: China Farm Harbledown

Regs available on this site as well as an entry form


Barham members continue to do well in all areas of motorcycle sport so this time we’d like to say a big well done to Dave Mears for his successful outing at the Frittenden Flyer as well as for clinching the Eastern Centre Championship.

Also a huge well done to Enduro man Ben Wibberley who despite having a serious off resulting in a painful injury has bounced back and secured the South Eastern Centre “time card” championship.

Lydden CRMC meeting 5/6th August

The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club meets offer a great mix of nostalgia, with classic Goldstars and Vincents battling it out alongside the Japanese pocket rockets and big proddie racers.

Something for everyone to enjoy. And this weekend was no exception. We took a ride down on the Sunday in the sunshine and watched some very spirited racing and apparently the Saturday was pretty good too.

Great to see Barham stalwart Alan Burnham flying the club flag in the 200/250 class

Club member Alan Burnham (No 4) making good progress

Are you competing under the Barham banner?

With over a 100 members, and many of you with active competition licences  there’s always events that we won’t get to see. So please if your competing and have a couple of pictures of said action, please send a copy to us at, with name, and what the event was and date. (Can be past or present) - We’ll try and use them on the web site and who knows they may even get into the next archive update!

Dave Mears leading the pack at the Kent Kracker

The Barham Club Christmas Buffet and Presentation of Awards

Friday December 11th 2015 Start 7.30pm

Venue The Black Robin Valley Road Kingston CT4 6HS

All Club members and guest are invited to the annual buffet, being held at the a new venue this year.

The event is being subsidised by the club with ticket prices just £10 instead of £15.

A good  buffet and company is guaranteed.

Numbers are limited but tickets can be reserved in advance by contacting Tom Arter on 01227830068 or 07713334707. Or click here to send an email stating how many tickets and contact details.

See you there

Next Youth/Adult Practice

Our next practice day is December 6th

Start time 10am

The venue will be the excellent Bigbury Woods, Howfield lane, Harbledown.(Many thanks to all the landowners)

For further details do not hesitate to contact Barham and District MCC youth officer Tim Taylor on 07725988775.

Also in case you have your fill over the Christmas period and need to work some of it off, Barham members have been kindly invited to the same venue on the 27th December by Folkestone.

Hope to see you on both dates


Mutton Lancers 15th November

The event and gallery pictures are done and now the full results are in!

Best Expert: M Strank 21 marks lost

Best Inter: Jim Howell 18 marks lost

Best O/40 Inter: Michael Nutbrown 11 marks lost

Best Novice: Jack Beck 20 marks lost

Best O/50 Novice: Stephen Moore 0 marks lost

Best Youth Inter: George Hurley  31 marks lost

Best Youth Novice: Oliver Whorlow

A special mention to for the lone Elite rider Thomas Moss who cracked the Elite course with just 7 marks lost - well done!

So lets hear from one rider who clearly enjoyed the day

“Just to thank everyone for their magnificent effort in organising and running the trial on Sunday. I ache all over, Lost loads of marks, but thoroughly enjoyed the fantastic sections. I rate it in my top ten trials over the last thirty years and that includes 20 years of riding in Yorkshire Cumbria and Scotland. It was up there with the best and just what is needed to promote trials in this area and help the youth riders to improve.

Kind regards”

For thjose of you who would like to print out the results - we have spread them across 6 pages so that they are a good size to read!