The press trial competitors have had their first go round the Newark course, with the predictable thrills and spills. There will be a charity trial auction this evening in the Cedric Ford Pavilion...
Classic Dirt Bike editor Tim Britton piloted a sidecar around the ¼ mile trial arena. Competing, too, was extreme mountain bike rider Danny Butler (an ex trial champ, no less) and stunt rider Steve Colley. The second half of the press trial is tomorrow, with an early start at 9am (sign on at 8am).
After the event there will be a charity trials auction in the Cedric Ford Pavillion at 6pm, then Steve Plater will be talking to the assembled stars on stage at 7am and after that we have live band The Limit taking over from 9pm until midnight. We hope to see you tomorrow.
Tomorrow's schedule in halls
09.00 Show opens
11.30 Jason O’Halloran on stage in George Stephenson Hall
14.30 Talking racing history with Jason O’Halloran
16.00 Prize giving with guest of honour (George Stephenson Hall stage)
17.00 Show close
09.00 Press Trials start*
10.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
10.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
11.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
11.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of Thunder)
12.00 Tyre Challenge/Balance Bike
12.30 Sidecars firing up
13.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
14.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
14.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of thunder)
15.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
15.30 Racing Sidecars firing up
15.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
17.00 Show closes
* Sunday signing on at 08.00 – briefing at 08.30
Designated areas (see map)
Classic TT Display – all day
Get on Motorcycle Experience – all day
Extreme Wheelie 9am to close
Wall of Death 9am to close
Go Quadz – all day
Extreme Chainsaw 9am to close
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