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Sunday 16th June:

The Dragon Enduro

The Committee are delighted to announce a brand new venue for our Timecard enduro.

The Dragon Enduro will take place on 16th June and be Witley MCC’s Timecard Enduro for the South East Enduro Combine Championship.


The Dragon Enduro takes place on brand new land near Horsham in 300 acres of mixed woodland.

Watch out for more information to follow, here and on our social channels...

Note: The Wallop Enduro will still take place on 12th May as advertised and be run by another SEEC club, allowing us to enhance the championship with a new round and avoid points scoring issues. Witley members can compete in the event or even help if they wish!

2022 event:

Saturday 16th April:

The Wallop Enduro

By special permission of Lord Lymington, to Witley and District Motor Cycle Club Est.1924.

The 2nd Wallop Enduro took place on Saturday 16th April, at Farleigh Wallop in Hampshire.

With a 12-15 mile lap plotted across 600 acres of mixed woodland, parkland, natural valleys, flinty disused pits, flowing forest rides, this event was a firm favourite on its debut in 2021.


Aaron Gordon of Normandy MCC takes the overall win, in Championship class ahead of Tom Ellwood who dropped one minute (early!) and Elliot Davies (Normandy) who rode well for a solid third placed finish in Championship. 

In Expert, young John Stanley (Normandy) rode excellently for the win, despite needing a little timecard work! Jack Nixey (Croydon) came home second, then an outstanding ride by experienced veteran Simon Beken (Portsmouth) in third. 

Dave Coles (Kingston) took a convincing win, clean on time in Veteran A, with clear water ahead of Geoff Brigden (Portsmouth) and Robin Scarry (Kingston). 

Gus Oblein (Kingston) took a break from trials to stay clean on time in Clubman A for the win, ahead of George Newton (Portsmouth) and George Beakhouse (Croydon). 

Croydon’s Chris Stanger won Veteran B clean on time, ahead of John Rowley (Portsmouth) and Lee Boulder (Normandy). 

Daniel Sibbick (Normandy) was the best of the Clubman B, before Matt Waterston and Gary Hanson rounded out the top three, both representing Sidcup club. 

Steve Elsey (Kingston) and Alan Woods (Sidcup) powered through for a finish in the Evo class, while unfortunately Colin Fox’s KTM and Matthew Brown's Husqvarna failed to finish the event. 

Fan favourite Colin Cowley (Kingston) managed to avoid the trees to come out top of Sportsman, before Marcus Wildman and Will King of Sidcup finished them off. 

Congratulations to all riders who finished, the times were a little ambitious but we hope you all enjoyed the 2022 Wallop Enduro by Witley MCC. 

Provisional results here with a huge thank you to Manny Bernardez and Paula Tidy,

Please look out for news on Facebook and check back here for the latest developments.



2021 EVENT



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