Posted on Jul 06, 2022
The 2023 SSDT will take place from Sunday 30 April through to Saturday 6th May.
Posted on May 03, 2022
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Posted on Apr 26, 2022
We will be using a notice board App to get last minute instructions and event information out to riders. All riders are asked to download the Sportity app and allow notifications - this will keep you up to date with final instructions and essential news.
Either use the scan code below or download from the website here
using the password SSDT2022 to activate.
Posted on Apr 14, 2022
The 2022 SSDT Routes are now confirmed to let you plan your week. - Enjoy
Posted on Apr 08, 2022
There has been a lot of talk and speculation on the effects of recent fuel costs and whether there will be any fuel surcharge for competitors at this years event. The Club is pleased to confirm that due to some additional late sponsorship we are not going to charge any fuel suppliment this year. It is recognised that to compete in the SSDT is costly enough without additional costs being put on to entry fees. The Club runs the event on a non profit basis so this year will be very tight but thanks to our generous sponsors we are working to keep the cost down as best we can. Please take time to c...
Posted on Apr 01, 2022
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Jitsie as one of our key partners for the SSDT. Jitsie is a brand that we know well through its long involvement of supporting riders at the SSDT and that is dedicated to the sport of trials, so the new partnership seemed an obvious extension of their relationship with our event. Our officials will be easily identified in their new Jitsie clothing, which will assist in lifting the overall image of SSDT, whilst the live coverage will certainly help promote and amplify the trial and the region to all corners of the globe.
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Posted on Mar 30, 2022
The issue of the illegal riding of motorcycles off road has unfortunatly raised its ugly head again. the use of any motorised vehicle, car or bike, on private land without permission is not only illegal but can jeopordise the future use of the land for organised events such as the SSDT and local club trials.
In no way is there any suggestion that this unacceptable activity relates directly to the forthcoming Scottish Six Days Trial. However the Edinburgh and District Motor Club, as a responsible body and as an event organiser that completely relies on the kind permission of numerous landowner...
Posted on Mar 18, 2022
The final competitor list has been settled and numbers allocated. Monday morning's first man away is Scotsman Lewis Bell, leading a pack of Yamaha TYZ's in a nostalgic nod to the 1990's when Yamaha where a force in the world of trials. The event also sees the first electric powered bikes with two e-motion bikes entered. More details to come in future updates but here is the long awaited list. Rider list