Another weekend of section marking at St Davids.
James Lamin, Rob Berry and the hard working guys in Neath were out again this weekend and this time they were concentrating on the final three sections for the forthcoming St David's Trial on the 19th May.
Popular with spectators, these three sections are always used in one format or another and the order of ten, eleven and twelve tends to change each year. This year it will be any Clerk of the Course dream - the dry rock bed gulley which will be ridden first at section ten before riders complete an anti clockwise loop to take in eleven and twelve.
Our picture shows a new variation to the bottom of the gulley which was stiffened up in 2018. Note the red and blue flags on the banks either side which shows the main ACU Trial GB route has been made harder once again!
This means that the flags are now in position on most of the sections and it is just the final tweaks and section tape which remains to be placed in the week of the event.
Please remember this area is on private land so no access is available until the Section Inspection opens at 2pm on Saturday 18th May.
Entries are still available on the website -Ride ACU, Members Portal and they close on the 9th May.
We will also publish section images from Tynemouth MC which will form rounds three and four in early June later this week.