Wobblers demonstrate skills and co-ordination
EAST Neuk Wobblers staged a very successful second round of the Scottish AMCA Championship, with 55 riders enjoying the spring sunshine at Drumcarro quarry, near Peat Inn.
Allan Adamson of Colinsburgh won the Adult A Route, with Paul Anderson of Leven second by only one mark. David Smith of Pittenweem shared the third place honours with Wullie Gillespie.
On the Clubman route, returning to time trials after a long absence, Ian Forgan from Lundin Links took the top spot, with Brian Don second and Gary Duncan of Kennoway third.
In the Youth categories, Leven’s Jamie Duffus took second in the Youth A(B Route). Connor Smith of Pittenweem was second in the Youth B (A Route) and Gordon Peebles won the Youth B (B Route), tying with Rory Hay.
Malcolm Summers of Kennoway had a great ride to win the Youth D (White Route), with Kyle Forgan of Lundin Links in second place.
At the recent Fife Show, the East Neuk Wobblers staged a ‘Kick Start’-style arena trial for the schoolboy club members.
With Road Race TT winner Iain Duffus providing commentary, spectators were treated to a display of skill, balance, motorcycle control and co-ordination over a variety of obstacles including skips, tattie boxes, pallets, see-saws and a slalom.
The youngsters, right, had a chance to practice and then test their ability with a short competition afterwards. Three riders tied for overall first place, with Connor Smith of Pittenweem winning the play-off.
For full results or to find out how you can enter the next event, see the Wobblers website www.eastneukwobblers.webeden.co.uk.
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