Sponsored Riders


Bio: Nick’s career actually started in 1964 at the age of 12, when he passengered his father, Allan Jefferies in a “Veterans’s” Reunion Trial near Otley, in the old West Riding of Yorkshire. His father was riding the same 596cc Scott (with added sidecar) that he had ridden in the 1932 Scott Trial, becoming the last man to win the Scott on a Scott!


Bio: Racer Alan Tinnion Cumbria


Bio: AMMO are pleased to be sponsoring Rob Hodson


Bio: AMMO are very pleased to be co-sponsoring Phil Morris Race Team. Phil run’s a very professional team and is involved in road and circuit racing both nationally and internationally. Catch up with Phil and his team and many events over the coming season including Isle of Man TT, Goodwood Revival, Festival of 1000 bike etc. Please have a look at his website www.philmorrisracing.co.uk to see where you can catch up with him.

Mark Watson

Basically got on bikes age of 4. Started racing about 14ish I think lol. Won first championship 2007 then my 2nd championship 2008. Gave up 2009 to injury with a broken shoulder then started again 2012-2013. Then got into classic scrambles with twin shocks. First year doing classics I got asked to race for Scotland in the classic des nations which led me to compete in Czech Republic with a borrowed bike and last year we purchased a CZ 380 1974 and took that to race in Holland for Scotland in the classic des nations last year. Iv been selected again this year to compete in Germany but not sure if that will happen. Last year I won the Westmorland event at the Kendal classic revival and finished 3rd in the Galloway MCC event at Lockerbie. First year I raced the classics at drumlanrig Scottish grand national I finished 2nd in my class viagra gdje kupiti. 2018 I finished 2nd at drumlanrig


Dwayne Barnes



Arran Murphy:

Started on bikes at 4 and started racing at 6 in 2002 on the Autos, got my first win a year later, raced the British Youth (BYMX) in 2006. I’ve represented Cumbria in the BYMX Team Event 5 times (2004,2005,2007,2011,2012). Raced selected BYMX rounds and a Red Bull Elite youth cup race at Hawkstone between 2007-2011. Won my first championship in 2009 but 2013 was probably the most successful year finishing 9th in the Rookies Weston Beach Race, the same year I finished 10th the Acerbis Nationals MX2 class and 2nd 3rd and 4th in the Cumbria Adult A championships. Had some injury riddled years in 2014 and 2015. Slowly built myself back up with confidence and finished 10th in the Acerbis Nationals MX2 championship again. Stepped up to the 450 for 2020 and managed a win at a one off race at Hawkstone which was the highlight that year.



Brad Goddard



Steve Vass

I have been racing for just over 3 and a half years now. In the first year, came 2nd in the SEEC Hare and Hounds Championship along with 4th in my first ever SEEC time card championship. Then I tried the British Enduro Championship… on my first year in E3 I was fighting for 2nd until I broke my arm and wrist whilst training which was 6 months out. Came 156th in Weston beach race October 2019. Competed at the ISDE in Portugal in November 2019 was on track for a sliver medal but unfortunately came off on the Friday and had to be stretchered off the track but got myself back up to finish 4th in the MX on the last day. Last British Championship finished 15th in E2. Then 2020 lockdown happened.


Murray Graham