Loch Lomond 2 Day is all systems go!

The ‘Dan Stewart Memorial’ Loch Lomond Two Day Trial is one of Scotland’s premier trials held on the west sides of Loch Lomond, just north of Glasgow. First held in the early seventies it has grown into one of toughest trials in the Scottish calendar. Organised as always by the Loch Lomond Motorcycling Club.

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Dave Thorpe in the 1978 Loch Lomond Two Day on his Bultaco – Photo: Jimmy Young, Armadale

The Saturday route entails a lap of around 40 miles with 45 sections and Sunday is two laps of 11 miles with 25 sections.  There are 2 fuel stops on Saturday. All sections are observed.

The route is all off road covering moorland and high mountains reaching the heights the surrounding horizons.

It is at heart a clubman trial but with sections suited to expert riders which can be tackled by good and eager B level riders.

Youth A riders are permitted to ride at the discretion of the Clerk of Course.

Entries will be taken up until the 20th of May. If you were unlucky not to get a entry to the SSDT then this trial is the next best thing for you.

Loch Lomond Entry Form & Regulations:

LL 2016_2_Day entry form

LL 2016_2_Day Regs

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