In a season of highs and lows it was consistency that was the key factor to Jack Price (JST Gas Gas UK) taking the Trial GB British Championship in 2019. Looking very much on track for the title in the earlier part of the season, the ‘Wheels’ came off a little in a disappointing day in the Lake District at round six where the two Peace brothers pushed him down to third. Un-deterred by this set-back, Jack made a major claim for the title when he rode at his very best in round seven at the tough Brimham Rocks venue in Yorkshire.
Beating James Dabill (Beta), who was making only his second appearance in the 2019 series, was a major celebration for Price as he further extended his championship lead over Toby Martyn (Beta). Trying to ride injured proved disastrous for the young rider as he finished in a lowly eighth position. The final two rounds in Scotland witnessed Toby Martyn being back to riding with much more confidence as he pushed Price down to second on day one. The Gas Gas rider was happy though as he secured the 2019 title with one round remaining. On the second day it was the younger of the two Peace brothers, Jack, who took the win after a very determined ride.
Dan Peace (Sherco)
Toby Martyn (Beta)
Jack Peace (Sherco)
Billy Green (RG Montesa-Honda UK)