Future Trials

The Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd always has an eye to the future and likes to plan well ahead as much as we can.

Subject to land availability and permissions:

The 2022 Highland Classic Two-Day Trial will be held on 11/12 June 2022.

Entry Forms 2022:

Entry Forms will be available on this website under the ‘Entry Form’ tab on the main menu, by 1st February and will be an online form.

This is the fairest way to facilitate the entries for the Highland Classic.

In previous years some entrants travelled a considerable distance to the Entry Secretary’s private address to hand deliver their entry forms. An online system is therefore fair to all potential entrants.

No paper or e-mailed entries will be permitted.

Telephone entries will not be accepted under any circumstances.

Entry Fees:

Entry Fees will only become payable when an entrant has received written confirmation of his/her entry and will be taken by either Debit/Credit Card via Paypal or by direct Bank Transfer. All entry fees must be paid to the club’s bank account by 15th March 2022.

Reserve Entry Fees:

Any Reserve Entries fees will be taken when a reservist receives confirmation that a place is available for him/her.

Regulations 2022:

Regulations will be available by the end of January 2022, and will remain on this website under ‘The OSSA Edition’ until the event is run. This gives potential entrants the ability to read the regulations and requirements carefully as an entry binds the entrant contractually to them.

The theme for 2022 will be ‘The OSSA Edition’:

Mick Andrews put Ossa on the trials map with his 1970 Scottish Six Day Trial win and further two victories in 1971 and again in 1972.

An interesting piece of OSSA history, the ‘Cantilever’ framed OSSA of 1977.

Photographed at the 1977 Scottish Six Days Trial, John Reynolds’ Ossa Cantilever 350 – Photo: Yoomee Archive.

Promoted by: Inverness & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd