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Founded in 1901, we're Britain’s oldest sporting motor club for motorcycles and cars

Founded in 1901, the Motor Cycling Club is one of the very oldest clubs for the sporting motorist. We have over 1000 loyal and enthusiastic members who enjoy our own particular style of motor sport on two, three, or four wheels. 

We are known mainly for our three great long distance classic reliability trials; the Exeter Trial (held in early January), the Lands End Trial (held at Easter), and the Edinburgh Trial (held in early October). These have all been run since the first decade of the last century with the essential character unchanged and entries still numbered in the hundreds.

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Coming up

Our next event is the Exeter Trial on 4 & 5 January 2019.

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The history of the MCC

The MCC has been running since 1900 and is one of the oldest running motorsport clubs today.

Fifth Gear tackles the Exeter Trial

Tackling Blue Hills in the Land’s End Trial

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Great news from the last Executive Committee meeting. A Triple can now be won for three consecutive trials. What this means is that if you make a mess of the Exeter Trial, your chance to win a Triple resets and you start again at the Lands End Trial. You do not have to wait until the following year to have a chance of winning one. This should encourage more entries and make each trial count for each competitor. ...

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The Motor Cycling Club

Are we getting soft I wonder 🤣

life before goretex, TKC80's, helmets and GPS

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Greg Warren posted in Classic Trials about the Exeter Trial Saw the farmer yesterday, who owns the land on the left hand side of Simms "hedge is all trimmed & tidy this year" Greg
Sorry about not trimming last year, the contractor we use is getting bigger & bigger gear, therefore could not get down the lane.....
We got someone else in this year with more adaptable kit to cut the hedge .

All this was done without asking ....
The tradition of the trail with the locals continues on through the generations.
Happy Days............................................

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