Taynuilt youngster could be heading for British championship glory
REPRESENTING Scotland earlier this year, Taynuilt youngster Euan Sim competed in the first round of the Youth D British Trials Championship in Matlock, achieving an impressive third place.
He then competed in the second round held by Bradford Trials Club and the third round hosted by the Yeadon Guiseley District Trials Club in Yorkshire, securing an excellent second place out of 24 riders in both rounds.
With only one more round of the British championship remaining, he is currently in second position, only one point behind the leader so it is all down to the final round in Matlock at the end of July.
Euan has also kicked off the Scottish championship in fine style, winning the first three rounds, and at the beginning of June he won the first two rounds of the Scottish Oset championship.
The Taynuilt youngster is currently leading both the Scottish Youth D Championship and the Scottish Oset Series and exciting times lie ahead for the young rider.
John McPhee, No 17, hot on the heels of Gabriel Rodrigo during the Dutch Grand Prix in Assen.
Euan on the podium, having clinched second place in the third round of the British Championship.
Euan in action during the third round of the British championship.
A delighted John McPhee celebrates his third place finish.