Unarguably the greatest motorcycle trial in the world.
Since its origin in 1909, no other trial has captured the imagination of rider and spectator in the same way. Riders are lured to the SSDT from all over the world, and the event has the same status to trials riders as the Isle of Man TT has to road racers.
In a word, it's spectacular!
With entries being submitted every day it looks like once again the event will be over-subscribed. Entries close on the 10th December 2013 at midnight.
To submit your entry for the 2014 SSDT click HERE
If you have already made your application please check that your name is included on the list HERE.
If you wish to contact the SSDT Comittee you may do so but contacting the Trial Secretary HERE
If you think you have submitted an entry already please contact the SSDT Web Manager HERE
If you haven’t sent off your entry for the 2014 Pre’65 Scottish Trial you need to do it NOW. Entries need to reach the secretary before Friday 6 December as the ballot is scheduled for Saturday 7 December 2013. As publicised already, 148 of the 2013 riders have taken up the option to guarantee their ride in 2014, but we still have 32 spaces and 20 reserve slots up for grabs so it is well worth getting that entry posted off. Entry forms are available on www.ssdt.org on the Pre’65 page.
The Pre’65 Scottish Trial will feature in Alan Wright’s Classic Offroad Show in Telford in February 2014 to celebrate our 30th anniversary.
Secretary Pre’65 Scottish Trial
Apologies to all the riders who have been trying to download the entry form for the 2014 Pre'65 Scottish Trial but due to the Secretary's work and holiday commitments we are a bit behind schedule in releasing the entry form.
The deadline for the offer of a guaranteed ride in the 2014 Pre '65 Scottish Trial for riders of the 2013 trial has now passed and the Committee are delighted to announce that there are 32 spaces available when the 2014 entry form is released on 1st October 2013.
Following several meetings in the aftermath of the 2013 Trial which ended in the cancellation of Saturday, the Committee have agreed that the riders from 2013 be offered the chance to guarantee their entry into the 2014 Trial if they complete the entry form which has been posted to them, ride in the same capacity class, fulfil all the other eligibility criteria and return it to the Secretary along with payment by Friday 16 August 2013.
The 2013 Scottish Six Days Trial (SSDT) was declared a huge success with the vast majority of competitors amongst the almost two hundred and seventy strong entry having enjoyed their week in the Highlands. Although the weather was not as kind as it could have been this did not dampen the spirits of the riders who had travelled from as far a field as Japan, America and Australia, and represented over twenty different nations at this unique and historic event.