The 1987 Honda (HRC) RTL250S (actual capacity 270cc) of Eddy Lejeune (Belgium) seen in the paddock at the 1987 Scottish Six Days Trial in Fort William. The machine was maintained by mechanic and enduro competitor, Derrick Edmondston. The machine differed in many respects from the production version having a much more voluminous exhaust and single spar downtube frame and was also fitted with an oil-cooler. Lejeune came home in 3rd position on this machine losing 82 marks. The machine was registered in the UK by Honda Britain. Photo copyright: Donald Young, Stonehaven, Scotland UK.
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1977 – SSDT – ‘Edramucky’ section, Day 1 – on the slopes of Ben Lawers, near Killin. Ray Smith (Sandiford Montesa 348) who finished 45th on 194 marks. Photo: Copyright: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven, Scotland.
Trials Guru – 1992 – WTC – Glen Nevis, Fort William. – Jordi Tarres, Spain (Ducados Beta 250). Photo: Jeremy Whittet (Copyright)
1974 – SSDT – Yrjo Vesterinen in his first Scottish Six Days Trial. Vesty confirms this was Reg May of Comerfords personal Bultaco Sherpa which Vesty rode the trial with as his own bike was in Italy. Photo: John Hulme/Yoomee/Classic Trial Mag – All rights reserved
Trials Guru – 1981 SSDT – Josep Jo (Montesa 349) Montesa Spain. Josep finished in 15th position on 147 marks. Photo: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven.
Mick Andrews (250 Yamaha) on Ben Nevis in 1977, Andrews came home in fourth position on 62 marks. He won the event four times 1970-1972 and again in 1975. (Photo: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven, Scotland)
Steve ‘Woody’ Hole (260 Beta) came 10th in the 1993 event losing 104 marks. (Photo: Iain Lawrie, Kinlochleven, Scotland)
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A short video of the Inverness & District MCC Highland Classic 2 Day Trial in 2013 – The Bultaco Edition (Guest of Honour: Yrjo Vesterinen – 3 times FIM World Trials Champion)