JERSEY TWO DAY So you want to ride?
Keep your eyes on the club’s website: www.jerseymotorsport.com around August 2018, where you can enter on-line.
Online entries are all that are accepted. To enter you will need to find the link and click on it, which should take you directly to the correct webpage. Should you have any problems with the online form or payment please contact the club. Please note you do not need a Paypal account to use this online form but your entry must be paid in full before it can be accepted.
The club usually agrees a discount with Condor Ferries for overseas competitors. Their reservations number is 0345 609 1024; ask for the Groups department. You must state that you are travelling to Jersey for the Jersey Motor Cycle & Light Car Club’s Two Day Trial. The discount is usually available for travel over the trial’s dates and is for all routes to and from Jersey.
Avis Jersey provide a discount code to use when booking online on their website: www.avisjersey.co.uk The code is: JMCLCC.
As is usual the Hotel Ambassadeur will be giving anyone staying with them for this annual event a discounted room price. Please contact them directly to book on: 01534 724455. You can also visit their website: www.hotelambassadeur.co.uk. Please ensure you state when you are booking that you are taking part in the JMC & LCC Two Day Trial. The Hotel also hosts the prize giving dinner. Should you have any further questions it’s usually best to email to: trialsjsy@gmail. com, and they will reply as soon as they can.
WHERE IS JERSEY
Jersey sits in the Bay of St Malo and is just 19 miles, 30.5km, from the French coast and 85 miles – 137 km – south of the English coast. Jersey is only 5 miles (8km) long and 9 miles (14.5km) wide. The capital of Jersey is Saint Helier, which is one of the twelve parishes of Jersey. St Helier has a population of about 33,500, roughly 34.2% of the total population of Jersey. The urban area of the parish of St Helier makes up most of the largest town in Jersey although some of the town area is situated in adjacent St Saviour, with suburbs sprawling into St Lawrence and St Clement. The capital offers a vibrant nightlife with many bars and restaurants to take in the culture of this, the largest of the Channel Islands.