Trial Magazine



It was a shortened, condensed championsh­ip of just three rounds to find the winners of the 2021 ACU British Solo Youth A, B, C and D Trials Championsh­ips, a series again suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic. To everyone involved who made these events and championsh­ips happen in such challengin­g times, we take our hats off to you all. Looking forward to 2022, let’s hope that the ongoing roadmap out of Covid-19 can restore these very important youth championsh­ip classes to attract more organisers to put rounds on and expand the series and secure our stars of the future. With the healthiest class found with the youngest riders on the electric machines, it will be interestin­g to watch these riders progress through the youth class process over the coming years. Words: Steven Crane • Pictures: Andy Withers and John Wilkinson


This premier youth class suffers in numbers as the ACU also includes the Trial125 class at the adult Trial GB British Championsh­ip.

As Robert Moyer took the opening win on day one at Berkhamste­ad, Joe Snelling came charging back on day two to make it all to play for at the final round at Matlock in Derbyshire. As it happened, the much-travelled Jamie Galloway made the long trip down to the event to take a very convincing win. In the championsh­ip chase, Joe Snelling took the vital runner-up position to secure the 2021 title.


POSITIONS: 1: Joe Snelling (Beta) 54; 2: Robert Moyer (Beta) 52; 3: Jamie Galloway (TRRS)

20; 4: Charlie Cripps (Beta) 13; 5: Harry Mugridge (GASGAS) 11.

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Joe Snelling (Beta)
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Robert Moyer (Beta)

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