Leven Valley 2 Day

The Leven Valley 2 Day Trial 2024

The riders list for the 2024 trial is now available to view - thank you to all riders who have paid their entry fees.

All those who entered the ballot but were unsuccessful are automatically added to the Reserve Ballot, and when any vacancy comes up, due to call-off, etc, a name will be drawn from the Reserve Ballot and the club will get in touch to offer a ride to that named person.

For trial information, Supplementary Regs, etc, please scroll to the bottom of the page.

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Leven Valley 2 Day Trial 2024
Trial Information

To be held on 28th and 29th September 2024 in Kinlochleven

Permit No. 24/015751

A National Restricted Trial open to holders of 2024 Licences issued by the SACU or ACU or an affiliated Federation.

NB for Overseas Riders - Holders of Licences issued by Federations other than the SACU or ACU must have accident and repatriation insurance, and written starting permission from their own governing body. Please present this when signing on. The KDMCC will NOT be held responsible for repatriation of any competitor.

One Event Licences are available. Contact the Club Secretary for information.

The format for this trial will be one route over one single lap, different each day. Come along and enjoy stunning Scottish scenery and sections that any class of rider will feel able to attempt.

Entry will be limited to 280 riders, chosen by ballot. There will be a reserve list for late call-offs.


Friday 31st May


The trial will start and finish at the Old Smelter Site (Parc Ferme).


Signing on (venue to be confirmed) on Friday, 3.30 pm to 7.00 pm; on Saturday only by prior arrangement with the Club Secretary. Out of respect to villagers, NO bikes are to be ridden by competitors between the Parc Ferme and the venue for sign-on.


Saturday 9:00am

Sunday   9:00am (all riders MUST sign off when they finish)

COURSE                      All on private ground

Saturday - 1 lap, 30 sections, approximately 25 miles – 6 hours permitted to complete the course

Sunday  - 1 lap, 25 sections, approximately 22 miles – 5 hours permitted to complete the course

All final course Instructions will be published at the start of the Trial.


Marks lost will be an accumulated total for both days. All award winners will be published on the KDMCC website on Monday 30th September.


 Best Overall PerformanceThe Sammy Miller Trophy
 2nd Best Performance The Jahama Estates Trophy
 3rd Best Performance The KDMCC Village Trophy
 Best Brit Shock Up to 201cc The Luscombe Motors Trophy
 Best Brit Shock Over 201cc The REH Forks Trophy
 Best Twinshock Up to 201cc The TYOFFROAD Trophy
 Best Twinshock Over 201cc The Rock Shocks Trophy
 Best Honda The TLR Transformations Trophy
 Best Drayton The Jim Pickering Drayton Trophy
 Best Ossa The Mick Andrews Trophy
 Best Bultaco The John Moffat Trophy
 Best Yamaha The SM Motorsport Cup
 Best Ladies Rider The Mags Louden Trophy
 Best Newcomer The John Hagan Ltd Cup
 Best Scottish ACU Rider who
has not won any other award
 The Doreen Stratford Trophy

Other Awards:

Best Youth
Best ACU Rider
Best Overseas Rider
Best Leven Valley 2 Day Trial Newcomer


Club ChairmanMartin Murphy
Clerk of CourseTam Weir
Assistant Clerks of CourseJim Tennant, Graham Law
Environmental OfficerWillie Robertson
Observers MarshallLorna Tennant
Club SecretaryDavid Dougan



1.    Method of deciding ties will be in accordance with TSR 25.

2.     Marking will be in accordance with TSR 22 - Non stop.

3.     All sections must be ridden in number order on all laps.

4.     Riders must compete in the same class on each day.

5.     Rider Numbers will be allocated by ballot.

6.     Riders will set off in 2 per minute intervals, in numerical order. Riders who wish to ride together please indicate this below. CHOOSE ONLY ONE COMPANION RIDER, AND YOU MUST BOTH CHOOSE EACH OTHER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR COMPANION RIDING. The club cannot guarantee that you set off with your chosen companion rider. Start times will be published on the KDMCC website.

7.     The first off on Saturday will be riders 1 through to 280; the first off on Sunday will be riders 141 through to 140.

8.     Riders MUST keep to the flagged route. Any rider caught breaking this rule, will be excluded immediately.

9.     Sections will be closed by back marker both days. The time limit will be 6 hours for Saturday and 5 hours for Sunday. There will be a 1 point-per-minute penalty for riders taking longer than the alloted time.

10. Registration Card / Competition Licence / Repatriation Insurance MUST be shown when signing on.

11. Closing date for entries, Friday 31st May. The club cannot accept any late entries.

12. All entry fees (£85 adults, £65 youth)  include a NON REFUNDABLE administration deposit of £20. No refunds of ANY entry fees will be possible if riders withdraw from the competition after 1st September 2024.

13. Helmet or Body Cameras are NOT ALLOWED (cf: SACU Bulletin February 2016). Cameras attached to the machine are permitted, subject to permission from the Clerk of the Course.

14. LANYARDS: N.B - As per SACU regulations all competitors riding combustion engine machines must have cut out devices connected to the rider by lanyard (maximum 1 metre) so as to stop the engine should the rider and machine be parted. This also applies to Pre '65 machines where practicable.

15. You confirm that you are not currently suspended from ACU/SACU permitted competition or on the ACU/SACU Stop List as a result of incurring a concussion injury. You shall notify the Club should you incur such a suspension or concussion injury between now and this event.

16. All bikes must be as per factory: NO DISC BRAKES: tubeless tyres are allowed.

17. Please check for any FINAL INSTRUCTIONS on the day.

18. Please do not leave any litter.

19. No Bikes are allowed to follow the trial. This will jeopardize any future use of the ground and is a strict instruction from the Landowners, on whom we depend.  Please adhere to this, to ensure our future use of the ground.

20. Any rider found practising on any part of the course which lies on private ground will be disqualified.

21. All riders will sign on on Friday evening and MUST sign off when they complete the course OR RETIRE EARLY.  This is to ensure accurate scoring and safe closure of the course.

22. Signing on will be available on Friday from 3.30 pm until 7.00 pm (Venue TBC). If you cannot sign on on Friday please contact the Club Secretary.

23. One five-litre can of fuel is required for the weekend, for top-up on the course. There will be a trailer in the Parc Ferme and all fuel is to be placed there by 8.45 am each day. Strictly NO SMOKING around the fuel trailer.

24. Packed lunches are NOT provided – riders can place a packed lunch onto the fuel trailer if they wish.


NB - Entry fee gives riders and their vehicles access to the Parc Ferme for the whole weekend
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