Final preparations take place for Scott Trial

Last year's winner Jack Price.

Richmond Motor Club is putting the finishing touches ahead of the Scott Trial tomorrow.

The renowned charity trial is always a well-anticipated event on the calendar.

Based in Swaledale and Arkengarthdale, the Scott Trial, which was established in 1914, has run in this area for just over 70 years.

Each year, the trial raises a large amount of money for various local charities, and since Richmond Motor Club took over the running of the event in 1991, over £200,000 has been raised.

The trial attracts riders from all over, from local riders to Spanish veterans, up-and-coming first timers to seasoned regulars.

This year, the Scott sees five ladies tackling the course with the lads.

The first rider will set off from the Start Field near Marske, Richmond, at 9am, followed by 199 further riders and a charity team at 20 second intervals.

A spectator guide can be found in the souvenir programme, available at purchase from the Scott Trial Start Field, opposite Park Top Farm, Feldom Moor Road, Marske, Richmond, DL11 7LS.

The awards presentation will take place at approximately 10pm at the Kings Head Hotel, Richmond, after a charity auction at approximately 8pm, with all proceeds from the sale of various donated items going to the Scott Trial Charities.