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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
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!
Updated 6th February 2016
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
Next Youth/Adult Practice
Next Practice will be on 28th February 2016
Venue will be Bigbury Woods Start time 10:30 -
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
The Barham Club Christmas Buffet and Presentation of Awards
An enjoyable evening was had by all and when it came to the awards -
Three new members joined at the January Club Night
So a warm welcome to Chris and the girls -
The AJS Cup
Went to Ben Wibberley He overcame serious injuries and won the SE Enduro Championship and finishing 3rd in the Expert ACU National Extreme Enduro Championship.
The Samuel Trophy
Went to Chris Still for best 250 Grass Track
The Len Smith Trophy
Best 500cc Grass Track went to Dave Mears
The Observers Trophy
Went to Kate Bell for observing at all our Trials and the EKTC Rounds .
The Norman Thompson Shield
Went to Jenny Collins for her fantastic efforts in producing the monthly newsletter and facebook page
Jenny at the Royal Logistical Corp Museum in the summer of 2015
The efforts of the Treasurer (Tom Arter) to secure the best deals for the club are the stuff of legends. And the rumour was that the inside of his own wallet hadn’t seen the light of day since decimalisation! Which goes to show that this was indeed a special evening as there is photographic evidence supplied here of him opening his wallet!
All photos of the presentations are from the club magazine and all taken by Mark Ridge (with the exception of Jen at the museum!)
See you at the next one in 2016?
Well if Tim isn’t busy enough running the regular practice days and scouting for new pieces of land (Thanks Tim!) He has a new project -
The ACU sprint licence is already in Amandas hand so look out for her on a strip soon
Ashford Trophy Trial
We were asked to publish the results for the recent Ashford Trial, so we’re happy to oblige -
Committee / Club Meeting
Next Barham Club meeting will be
18th February 2016
The Black Robin Valley Road Kingston CT4 6HS
Start time 8pm. Committee start 7.30 pm
Nailbourne Non Experts Trial
Regs are now available on this site as well as downloadable entry form
Send yours in now!