YEADON-GUISELEY Motor Club stage the annual Super Trial at Addingham Moorside on Monday.

Former world trials champion Adam Raga competes against British champion James Dabill, enduro ace Billy Bolt, FIM Trial 2 champion Jack Price, Bradford’s Kieran Child and Welsh Champion Iwan Roberts.

The prize on offer is in excess of £3,000. There will be an autograph signing session and a raffle. Admission is £5.

Children under 12-years-old are admitted free. Car parking is directly opposite the venue at no charge.

Bees Catering will be on duty throughout the day. The course will feature ten sections which be ridden by the entire field.

The best ten competitors progress to an elimination semi-final where the best five scorers progress to a Grand Final.

After the signing on preliminaries the event starts at 10am with a lunch break at 12.30pm for one hour.

The Kath Cockshott Trophy Trial took place at sunny, and dry Brimham Rocks, on Sunday where 73 competitors in six classes rode a 14 section three-lap course.

Surprisingly the grass was totally dry, even after severe rain in the previous few days.

There was just a suggestion of mud in the lower regions of the venue but the marks lost by Leeds builder Liam Walker told the true story.

One mark on the earthy climb at the second section, on lap three, then two penalties on the huge rock at the eighth where Ben Hemingway flew his Beta machine over the gaping void from one giant rock to another. His rivals just gasped at his flight into space. Walker, Danny Cockshott, Joe Jennings and Louis Haley played the safe card and rode one rock at a time.

Visitor Shaun Hazelwood eclipsed Huddersfield Falcon clubman Andrew Jackson by just three penalties.

Howard Gulley flew the flag for the Horsforth club to win Clubman B by a mere three penalties from Harrogate timber merchant Rob Hardisty who lost the class victory in the very last section.

Howards’ bogey section was the climb where Sue Smith was observing where ten of his penalties slipped away.

Only 11 youngsters contested the Small Wheels category where Ellis Barton and Jimmy Crabtree ruled the two classes.