News : The Workers Have Been Preparing Brookhouse
AS OF 6PM SATURDAY EVENING THE TRIAL TOMORROW IS DEFINITELY ON AND UNLESS THERE IS A MAJOR STORM THERE ARE NO PLANS TO CANCEL BUT SHOULD THAT CHANGE IT WILL BE HERE.
The popular Brookhouse Brickworks once again plays host to the final trial Lancs County will organise in 2018. This excellent venue with its brilliant selection of sections and miles of hard standing on gravel roads for parking is one of the best trials areas in the north west. Having spoken to the guys setting out, there's been a big working party sorting out some new stuff following some landslides at the venue which has opened up some areas, but has also made it difficult to get to others areas. Either way apparently it looks to be pretty good and the man in charge says that of the two classes, Clubman Easy and Clubman Hard, the hard will be a bit more difficult that is perhaps the norm for this club - more like a Green course that once featured as part of Lancs County trials. The Clubman Easy course remains the same as always.
The trial is suitable for all classes of rider from Youth B upwards, though occasionally a youth C rider will tackle this venue. The trial is generally four laps of the venue and we very much hope that catering will be available this time. Entries are taken at the start and for those wishing to spectate rather than ride this is a good place to watch as it's not far to walk to see much of the trial action.
Lancs County offer two courses for their Sunday trials, a harder clubman course, much like a 50/50 route (see above) and a standard clubman course. Neither are dangerous and significant steps are avoided - it's all about throttle control and grip!
As always observers are required, so if you are in a position to assist, please phone 07788 161929 to offer your services.