WG&DF MCC: Boxing Day Trial 2007

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Words by Colin Jones and Ben

A bit of Forest domination with Ben grabbing the premier followed by Dan then Ben Bish grabbing the route and a brilliant tactical from Joe Bish to grab the Intermediate award And the Hangover So no longer can the likes of me enter on the route and flail my way around to a award! (Just in case you know, the Hangover award to the most marks dropped for a No mean feat by the look of our attrition rate.)

For those of you who this was a tough trial, that a pensioner came 3rd on the route, so there are no excuses other than ‘I I ought to observe!’

Ben Bowkett was in a class of his own at the annual Day trial.

Dropping 24 marks in the round of the Western Centre the Forest of Dean youngster only one maximum five all on section six. He saw off Dan Bishop, who 41.

There was only one mark them on section six but Bishop section 13’s challenging on each lap, while managed a pair of dabs and a

In fact the only clean of that section was by non-finisher Turner, who hit the climb with vigour.

Gloucester’s Barry recorded the only other better than a three on 13, which was the hardest hazard in the at Bixslade, near Coleford. He 50 to take third, ahead of youngster Henry Bendall and youth A rider Jake Like Bowkett, both poise and accuracy beyond years, as did Henry’s brother who managed to ride out of section one having his riding shirt around the throttle.

With Simon Welch again as Western Centre before this event, the meant Henry Bendall second for the season, and Dan Bishop up to from fifth before the to third.

The Bishop family, who the event each year, the awards a family affair too and what a tough challenge had marked out. The youngest of the brothers, Joe, won best and the Hangover award for last

Some five riders did not the expert route, however, and he was the intermediate class rider to up the challenge of the premier class.

Joe’s older brother Ben the clubman/expert route, overcoming a of fives on section one to beat A centre championship winner Christopher by four marks. Ian in fourth place on the day, was as centre champion on this

Alternative route winner Tim was the only rider to avoid a five all day, to finish on a of eight, with an assured

Former centre champion Nic lost 19 — riding a Fantic, with Cameron finishing on the same total.

Tomkins, who did not ride, already had the at this level in the bag.

On the easy route Dave sailed to a win by quite a clear

Main Results.

Expert .

Premier: Ben Bowkett, 21 marks (125 Gas Gas)

First Dan Bishop, 41 (250 Gas Gas)

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Jake Evans-Luter, 69 (125

Intermediate: Joe Bishop, 115 (250 Gas

Clubman/Expert route .

Best Ben Bishop, 42 (250 Beta)

route .

Over 40: Tim Wheeler, 8 Scorpa)

Twinshock: Nic Draper, 19 Fantic)

Novice: Andy Perry, 37 Beta)

Youth: Ben Wilmore, 46 Sherco)

Easy route :

performance: Dave Fowler, 13 Montesa)

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