Membership and ACU Licence Forms Provisional dates for next year


These are the Tide times for Presentation week end.

Friday Afternoon High Tide 13.40pm
Saturday Afternoon 14.13pm
Sunday Morning 2.28am
Sunday Afternoon 14.48pm

To be on the safe side please allow 1 hour either side of these times before crossing on or off the Island.

If you haven’t purchased your tickets they are available on goracemx, you can also send a cheque or do a bank transfer, just let us know.

Doors will open at 6.00pm for 6.30 start.

This year we have a marquee along side the club house which will give us more room. The Bar and disco will be open Friday evening and we have a live band for Saturday night. Unfortunately not our normal one as they were already booked but a band called ‘The Gifted’

The committee are looking forward to partying after a long hard season and hope you all are too!!!!


ACU 2017-motocross-Licence application-form



Presentation tickets are available on

Provisional dates for 2017

2017 Winter Series at Chatteris Buttercup Farm

8th January @ Chatteris

22nd January @ Chatteris

5th February @ Chatteris

2017 Summer Club Championship

5th March @ Mildenhall

2nd April @ Sherwood Park Track

7th May @ Chippenham

10/11th June @ Milton Malsor

9th July @ Chatteris

12/13th August @ Wroxton

24th September @ TBA

7/8th October @ Culham Moto Park

22nd October @ Mildenhall

Remember these are only provisional and the tracks may change.

2015 Team Event at Milton Malsor


The weekend of 5th and 6th September saw the second National Team Event of Offroad Motorsport UK. Teams from East Anglia, Coventry, East Kent, Ireland and YSMA midlands came together at Milton Malsor for this spectacular event. It was really good to see a joint team made up from all the Irish clubs taking part for the first time.

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17 May 2015 – Race report Summer CC Rd 4 at Chippenham by Sarah Hammond


EASSC held round 4 of the Championship at Chippenham sponsored by Grips.
First out were the Vets with an almost full line up of 38 riders with the overall going to Glen Bixby. A poor result in race 1 saw Joe Anderson finishing in 17th and despite winning both race 2 and 3 this pushed him outside of the top 3. Second place went to Mark Hawkins and 3rd to Chris Hind.