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With the ongoing Covid pandemic, the running of events in 2021 will be dependant upon any restrictions put in place by the government and motorcycle organising bodies - see events for proposed 2021 dates


Entries for Round 4 hosted by Yeadon and Guiseley club will go live on the ACU website in approximately 4 weeks time. 

Given the popularity of the series so far this year with rounds 1, 2 and 3 being fully subscribed, we anticipate the possibility of the same demand for entries to this round. Logistically the club have a limit on the number of riders they can cater for (TBA)  meaning that there is the possibility of the event being oversubscribed. The organisers have discussed this possibility and have devised a method of finalising a rider list should this be the case. This is in preference to having an oversubscribed online entry which will necessitate additional admin and refunds for unsuccessful riders.


The most practical approach will be to prioritise riders who have supported the series in rounds 1, 2 and 3 of this year and also in the longer term. In addition, as the series is an actual championship rather than a series of standalone events, riders who have scored championship points this year will be given priority followed by those who scored points last year. This was deemed the fairest and most practical way of determining the entry should oversubscription be an issue. 


To enable this there will be a pre-entry procedure and riders wishing to compete should register their details on this website by 20th June. A temporary page has been added to the site named Registration Round 4 where you can register your name, machine and class. The details of all riders registering will appear on that page so that you can confirm your registration has been received.


The registration page will be removed on 20th June. A final list of riders that have been accepted will then be compiled and published on the site and these riders alone can then submit their entry to the event via ACU online entry. Compilation of the entry list will be done by Gerry and Fredina, NOT the club secretary.  Please do not contact the club secretary with questions about acceptance. Any queries should go to the Gerry/Fredina via the series email

NOTE - As mentioned in the recent communication on the facebook page, the class structure has been amended with the class for older twinshocks being dropped and all twinshocks will now compete in the same class.

The structure is now Class 1 - A/C Mono,  Class 2 - Twinshock,  Class 3 - British Bikes

Register for Round 4 HERE


Round 1 results and 2021 championship standings are now uploaded onto the site  -  links below.


Adjustments have been made to amalgamate classes 2 and 3 into one class and also move one or two riders into the correct class from that entered




Entries for Rounds 2 and 3 organised by Devonport and West of England clubs will go live on the ACU website on Monday 3rd May at 8.00pm.

Round 2 with Devonport on Saturday 19th June

Round 3 with West of England on Sunday 20th June

Online entry only via ACU website,  CLICK HERE  Entries will not be accepted any other way so if you haven’t used the system before you have time to have a look beforehand. 

You'll need your ACU membership number and password to navigate to the events page using the Events Entry menu option

Observers are most welcome too if anybody would like to offer their services.

The event regs (ie: event details not entry form)  are on the events page.

If you're entering on a twinshock remember to check whether your bike falls into class 2 or class 3 before entering if you're not sure what you own or are borrowing....                CHECK HERE


The news we've all been waiting for.

Entries for Round 1 organised by Sheffield & Hallamshire MCC on Sunday 30th May will go live on the ACU website at 19:00hrs on Saturday 3rd April.

No entries will be accepted any other way so if you haven’t used the system before you have time to have a look beforehand.   CLICK HERE  You'll need your ACU membership number and password to navigate to the events page using the Events Entry menu option

Observers are most welcome too if anybody would like to offer their services.



Good News  -  providing that new restrictions aren't announced by the government, the series will get underway for 2021 with the first round now scheduled for 30th May hosted by Sheffield and Hallamshire.

This will hopefully be followed in June with the double header in Devon.


News on other rounds will be announced when more is known

Events page has been updated accordingly



New Class structure for Twinshock machines. 


The number of riders entering on older twinshocks has been disappointingly low. In order to encourage more participation using older machines from the early 70s the classes have been redefined with older bikes competing against each other in the same class. Time to stop polishing them for facebook and to get them dirty For full information click here








We are really pleased to announce our new sponsor for the next three years.









Team Trial anyone?

A new feature is being considered for the series which is the feasibility of running a team trial at a number of rounds in 2021. Further details will follow but the rationale is that if riders are travelling to events on a Saturday, which many do, then to make the journey more worthwhile a team trial could be run on the Saturday afternoon. There would be both expert teams and clubman teams and consist of three riders per team. Sections would be different from those used in the main event on Sunday. Logistics are still in discussion at this time, further details will follow in due course



In 2019 we fund raised  for Teenage Cancer Trust, in memory of Dominic Feaks, to help those youngsters going through cancer treatment.

Dom lost his battle with cancer in June 2018, at just 21 years old.

This was possible due to the generosity of all who contributed, riders, officials, observers, friends and family, people donating  items for auction along with donations from clubs themselves. Lastly but not least, the brave souls who volunteered to pose on the calendar which was a huge success. The breakdown of funds raised is shown below

Cash donations at Telford & Aqueduct Total   

Eirian Davies Airbox 

Ian Peberdy Tank shelter 




Donations from:

Torridge & District MCC,

Wye Valley Auto,

Central Wales Auto

Costa Brava raffle winner Diane Vesterinen / Paul Bolton 



Charity Day 20/7:

Entry fees, raffle and donations

Insurances and donation from Aqueduct Classics £150 ) 

An observer at Round 9 gave his winning to TCT

Donation from Cumberland County 

Sales of calendars 







Thanks to you all for your generosity.

Thanks to all of you who contributed to the fund to purchase a defibrillator. It will be onsite at each round.

We have also donated in excess of £200 to CRY in memory of Martyn Luckett

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