The Club, in its current guise, was formed in 2008 to run beginners youth trials on a Saturday. Surrey Youth Trials Club is run entirely by a volunteer committee made up of parents, grandparents and friends of members. We organise 12 novice and beginner trials every year.
The most satisfying thing from the committee’s point of view is seeing how much the youngster’s progress in their ability during their time with us. The sheer enjoyment they get out of it and the knowledge that they have been given a greater ability to ride which helps with driving on the road when the time comes.
We expect a high standard of discipline and good manners of all our youngsters.
Trials riding is an off-road sport for ages 4 to 80+ years both for boys and girls and men and ladies. Trials riding is the safest form of motorcycle sport. Competition takes place on sections aimed at agility and skill rather than speed. It should not be confused with scrambling or motocross. If you are riding faster than you can walk you are riding too fast.
Trials riders develop skills like balance and machine control by riding through observed sections over natural obstacles such as rocks and natural slopes and around trees. The children that ride within the club gain an increased level of concentration, responsibility and social skills which progress into their schoolwork. But most of all it gives them a sense of achievement, whilst at the same time focusing their frustrations in a positive manner.
Chairman: Jim Brookman
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