Something different for next weekend

Published on 9th June 2024
Author George Dodds

A quick reminder that with all eyes on the British Final at Belle Vue tonight that the next generation will be getting put through their paces our purpose-built training track at Duns from noon.

The track is within the boundaries of the Duns Moto-x facility at Langton Lees and if you are looking for a bit of motorcycle racing action next weekend – with the Jewson Bandits resting in preparation for the visit of Glasgow to Shielfield on June 22 –  then it is the place to be.

Duns hosts round four of the Scottish Moto-X championships, a two-day event with the schoolboys on Saturday and pros on Sunday.

The Championship is currently led by seven-times South African champ Tristan Purdon with multiples British Champion Conrad Mewse currently third having missed the first round due to injury,

Other riders include 2023 Champ John Adamson, 2022 Champ Billy Mackenzie, Brad Todd, Carlton Husband, Jason Meara, Martin Barr, Richard McKeown and more.

Several catering options and a licensed bar will be available on-site from Friday evening.

George Dodds
George Dodds

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