British Championship Solo/Ladies
The closing events of the 2018 series would be contested with round six in Wales and rounds seven and eight in Scotland. The Hafren Club would organise what was voted by the riders as one of the best events in the 2018 calendar. Using some new trials ground, it was a very traditional event which tested the riders over a good selection of trials hazards. The result was still the same though, as James Dabill and the Beta proved to once again be the best. The series would conclude at the excellent Bob Macgregor Trial in Scotland, where a good variety of man-made and natural hazards would test the riders. The man on form was Toby Martyn on the Montesa as he took the scalp of Dabill to take his first series win in this class. A very determined Jack Peace was second but Dabill’s third-place finish was enough to give him his eighth British Championship title. With Dabill absent on day two both eventual winner Jack Price and Toby Martyn fought one another all day, with the verdict eventually going to Price as Jack Peace finished third. As for Martyn, his second-place finish moved him up into third place overall in the final championship positions, much to his delight.
Toby Martyn (RG Montesa-Honda UK)
James Dabill (Beta)