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Welcome to the Barham Motorcycle Club web site

We hope that you find the 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


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 18/02/2018


Next Youth Practice, Volunteers needed, Christmas Event

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Adults & Youth Practice Day

Next practice date will be 18th March 2018

Start time 10:30

Entry Fee £10.00

Will be held at Crundale Lime Works Crundale  Canterbury Kent CT4 7ED

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

An ideal opportunity to get in some practice before the Nailbourne Non Experts!

Adults why not come along to pass on your riding tips and tricks to the future of trials in the club?

Club Archives - The Book

The book is selling well and we have a few copies left if you haven’t got yours yet!

96 A4 pages of the club history in glorious colour (and black and white). A great paperback book for your collection. Numbers are limited so order yours now.

Contact Tom Arter or drop a mail to

Oh the price….just £10 plus post and packing of £4.00 (if you can’t pick it up!) International rates available please contact  for prices. Click HERE to order your copy on line

If you have pictures that we can use of club members for the next print please get in touch!

Note if you’ve got any pictures of club members past or present that we could use in the archives, please let us know as who knows there could be a 2nd edition in the offing!

Cause for thought?

As many of you know motorcycle theft is reaching epedemic proportions  - so make sure that your pride and joy is well secured when stored in the shed.

Did you know that in the 12 months to March 2017 over 16000 motorcycles were stolen from London alone?

Thieves are now using cheap tracking devices which they attach to the bike and can then trace it at their leisure. So it would be easy for any ne’er do well to deploy the same technology on your van/trailer while it’s unattended - so just make sure those bikes are well secured at home

Commitee/Club Meeting

Next Barham Club Meeting will be 15/03/2018

At The Black Robin Valley Road Kingston CT4 6HS

Committee start 7:30, General meet 8:00pm onwards

Bike for sale

If you’re looking for a new bike then how about a nice clean Beta Rev 3?

There’s one for sale on the Sales page. Worth a look maybe??

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UPDATE Buffet & Awards Presentation January 12th 2018

Quite some time was spent at the last committee meeting discussing the buffet (or lack of it!) And what needs to be done to address the problem in the future.

So firstly apologies to those who were short changed on the food front.
Moving forward we are already planning for Xmas 2018 and there are several ideas being looked at, to ensure that there is plenty of space and food for everyone.

It is likely that we will be looking at a larger venue possibly more central so that it’s easier for everyone to reach.

With a membership of over 100 we should be able to arrange something that many more people would enjoy coming to…so watch this space for further updates.If you have a suggestion that you’d like to submit, such as alternative venue, food, entertainment etc then please feel free to mail the suggestion to

After all this is YOUR club


Club Members

suggestions wanted!


Observers Trophy   -  Eddie Mears

Eddie observes at most of our Trials whatever the weather, and also helps to set out trials for us.

 He also rings round the observers for our events which is appreciated by us all, and a big thank you  to all observers for their time and effort so that we can ride

AJS Trophy   -    Tom Waddell

For his improvement over the year  

Norman Thompson Shield   -   Neil Cozens  

For organising the Wingmore Charity trial and helping whenever required with clearing and setting out

Phil Hughes Shield -  Neil Sinden

For his superb ride on his 500 Ariel  showing the modern bike how to do it

The Len Smith Trophy Best 500cc Grasstrack Trophy and the 350cc Grasstrack Trophy

Dave Mears

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

Cups and Trophies all freshly polished and ready to be handed to their new owners. (Well for 12 months anyway!)

Chairman, Richard Holt checking details in the last newsletter

Eddie receiving the Observers Trophy for his outstanding record of observing at trials across the region

Neil Cozens receiving the Norman Thompson Shield.

Well done that man!

Dave Mears taking the honours once again in the 350 and 500 grasstrack categories


Nailbourne Non Experts Trial

Regs are now available - entry forms can be downloaded from here, or taken from the Sporting Motorcyclist or you can enter online via the ACU website.

The venue will be Crundale Lime Works

The date will be 25th March 2018

Start time 10:30


Are you a “sleeping” club member but want to get more involved? Well now perhaps is the time you can. With the Nailbourne Trial looming, it’s time to get the brush hooks out and to start clearing the paths a bit and to cut out the sections at Crundal Limeworks. Surprisingly these things don’t just happen by magic, there’s a small team of hardy Barham members that continually turn up at the various bits of ground we use, prior to the trial to do the necessary. So if you’d like to spend a couple of hours of your time helping these guys n gals and get more involved in the club activities then contact Mark Ridge or Tim Taylor on 07725988775 for more details.

It looks like the tidying up will be done on the 17th March, just in time for the Youth practice the following day. Thank You