Heading for the hills on Easter Monday! Red Marley Hill climb – Event Info and Preview
This coming Easter Monday hoards of retro racers will be hurtling uphill in the fantastic event that is the Red Marley Hill climb.
The event goes way back to the 1920’s and after a period of inactivity, it is now an annual highlight in the Offroad Easter calendar with spectators turning out in droves to see a host of classic weird and wonderful machines being powered headlong uphill in 4 rider races.
The hill is 440 yards (1/4 mile) and reaches almost 1:1.5 near the top where there is a challenging jump known as “the pimple”. Riders compete 4 at a time from a standing start – the first two over the finish line progress to the next round. Carl Pope currently holds the record with a time of 19.53 seconds achieved in 2009 aboard his Cheney BSA. There are 2 classes plus the Allcomers class and the Super Class, which runs on a speedway points basis.
Machines are all pre 1974 and vary from early rigid framed machines to competitive replica Triumph, BSA and European 2 stroke classic scramblers.
Admission to the Hill Climb on Monday is £10.00 for adults – Children under 11 Free. Spectators may camp on site at Red Marley at a cost of £10 per unit for the weekend.
The Venue is Great Witley in Worcestershire, WR6 6JJ
For more info head to the events Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/redmarleyhillclimb1/