New Round NEXC-
AG Enduro Sport
Low North Park XC – Round 5 of the NEXC
After recently setting up under the ACU as a registered promoter, I have been lucky enough to secure the Low North Park venue near Scarborough, North York’s for round 5 of the NEXC Championship on Sunday the 15th June. As with the rest of the series I will run Youth event in the morning along with a trials class and the adult event in the afternoon. This is a cracking and unique venue to run my first Hare and Hounds Enduro which will provide a good flowing lap with very varied terrain for riders of all ability. Low North Park is well known for its excellent climbs and descents, river crossings, fast open going and of course will incorporate the old motocross track. I still maintain a strong association with the Ryedale Motorcycle Club who have strongly encouraged me to go ahead with this venture and the event will run along very similar lines to a Ryedale event with special test plotter Duncan Raw playing a key role in the course design. I hope that you will all support this new and exciting event with hopefully more to come in future.
AG Enduro Sport
AG Enduro Sport goes into association with TGOR for selected events
I have recently teamed up with Dan Field from True Grit off Road for selected events, more on this soon…
Auto smart named as events sponsor
I am pleased to announce Paul Daley Smith from Autosmart International will sponsor AG Enduro Sport events. Paul will attend all AG Enduro Sport events, I can personally recommend Pauls great products.
Paul is well known in Enduro and will again be riding the iron giant!!
Head over to the venues page for more pics of some of the potential going for the June event.
Already starting to look good, more to follow soon.
Adult results now online -
Youth male results-
Youth female results -
Text or call Al on 07530407589 if you require more info.
Jarvis dominates the return of Hare Scramble at Low North Camp
Round 5 of the NEXC saw a return to the famous Low
North Park venue, well known as the best venue in the
North just outside of Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The
event was the first organised by AG Enduro Sport and
drew and experienced crew from both Ryedale MC and
Dirt Bike Action.
At 9am sharp Big fella Ian Griffin flagged away the Youth
class and it was young Toby Flackstar who grabbed the
hole shot, Toby was over the moon and bagged a £20
award from race organiser Al Griffin. However it was Max
Griffin on his new KTM who was first through lap scoring,
he went on to dominate the youth race being the only
oneto complete 9 laps. Jack Sadler was second on 8 laps
and Dominic Richardson came in 3rd only around 20 seconds behind. It was Leanne Field who took the Girls category totalling 5 laps.
After the youth race was over Daddy Flack and crew set about their slick work in making the changes needed to the course which included the all new gully section. It was then the turn of the adults, and it was great to see a good showing of top riders with Graham Jarvis, ex trials star Jono Richardson and local lad Rob Johnson all deciding to tackle the event. At 11.30 the Championship class were flagged away and it was World’s best Extreme rider Graham Jarvis who grabbed the hole shot. First through lap scoring to everyone’s surprise was cumbrias own Richard Ellwood it was a good effort from him to hold off Grimbo for a lap. On lap 2 things were back to normal as Jarvis took the lead followed by Richardson and Johnson, Rob was riding quick and aggressive but as the race wore on even he could not touch Graham. So at the end of the 2.5 hours things read Jarvis, Richardson closely followed by Johnson, Lee Sampson followed home in 4th. It was great to hear Jarvis at the end state that he really enjoyed the event.
In the Experts class it was Dan Field who muscled round his big 450 Honda to take the win, this was a great ride from Dan who finished a full lap ahead of local Scarborough lad George England in second, George benefiting from hours of track walking prior to the event! 3rd place went to Sam Ludgate on his Beta.
Competition was yet again high in the vets and after a couple of disappointing rides Dave Salkeld meant business setting times which would have seen him come very close to winning the experts. Anthony Tempest took his Honda into 2nd place and the ever consistent John Bradford followed home a mere 2 minutes behind in 3rd. Howard Blundell rounded out the top 4 but admitted there was no way he was going to catch the trio of Salkeld, Temp and the Bullet in front.
Clubman E1 honours went to Euroteks James “Jacko” Jackson, Chris Tennant took the E2 and Stuart Austin the E3. It was a real shame for the Big Rickstar in the Clubman who after rationing himself to only 3 beers the night before crashed heavily and had to seek medical attention. We hope Big Rick is fit and raring to go again soon.
In the Sportsman class it was good to see some new faces attending a North of England round. In the E1 the ever improving Nathan Ball took the win. Best lady went to Ride off Roads Jade Gordon a good effort from her completing 14 laps. Mark Barrow to the E2 and Ride off Road regular Shane Marriot took the E3, Shane later said it was great to come back to the epic Low North Park venue.
In the Over 50’s John Kerwin started things as he meant to go on taking the hole shot and going on to take the win. Local rider Andy Featherstone had his moment of glory by leading the class for half a lap but then in true Feathers style had a big off. Gary Court was 2nd and Trevor Newton 3rd. A special mention should go to Stu Lockwood for completing 13 laps on his trials bike!!
Results are now online complete with full lap times and can be found here -
Thanks to Robbo Robinson for this video
A big thanks to everyone who made running my first event possible, team griffin, dunc, daddy flack, jfk, paul from Autosmart and all other helpers and marshals much appreciated. Also big thanks to SDMC for the giving us use of the awesome venue. Hopefully AG Enduro Sport will be bringing more high quality events to you in the near future. I now look forward to getting some riding in myself starting with the sprint this weekend.
New Championship and new events for 2015
2015 sees AG Enduro Sport team up with Dirt Bike Action for an all new Northern Cross Country Championship. John Kerwin from Dirt Bike Action has managed to secure over £4000 worth of sponsorship from both Eurotek and Putoline which will make for a great new series and some great awards. Paul Daley Smith from Autosmart will again support the AG Enduro Sport rounds providing the goody bag awards.
AG Enduro Sport will run 2 rounds of the all new 8 round series which will finish off with a presentation night at the end of December.
26th April 2015 -
28th June 2015 -
If youre planning on doing a couple of events it might be worth getting an ACU License
I am currently working on also getting online entries on this site for the new season, watch this space!
19th June 2016 -
Entries still available on the enter page.
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