Pathfinder 3-stage Trial

Aldermaston Nomads and Surrey TRF – Pathfinder 3 stage trial – 29th MAY 2022

We are planning the return of the Pathfinder 3 stage trial for 29th May 2022!!!

After being forced to cancel the event in 20 & 21, we have requested the land booking for 2022 and everything is looking positive – subject of course to the spectre of Covid…

For those of you that have ridden the event in the past, or are familiar with Trials and Enduro in the South East, you will know how good the Bagshot Driver training area is, and how lucky we are to get it again.
We will be using both sides of the motorway ( D1 and D2).

Entries will primarily be through the ACU online entry system, but should this be an issue for you, please contact us to arrange a postal entry. Entries are limited to 100 – be aware that we filled the entry in 24 hours last year.

The regs will be advertised on the Nomads website, Facebook, and the ACU online entry system in due course

Don’t miss your chance to ride a unique event on a great riding area that is not often available. It’s a great day’s riding suitable for riders of all abilities on pretty much any bike as long as it wears a trials or enduro rear tyre and is well silenced.

Be aware that the reason that Bagshot is difficult to get access to is noise. Make sure your bike is properly silenced. We reserve the right to noise test bikes we consider too noisy.

To get a feel for the event, attached below are the 2019 results and some picture galleries.


Pathfinder 2019 – Final Results

That’s the Pathfinder over for another year. It was the first time back at Bagshot for quite some time and the place looks pretty different with all the forestry work. Please see attached for the FINAL Pathfinder 2019 results.

Summary results

PathfinderResults2019-summary – FINAL

Detailed results

PathfinderResults2019-detailed – FINAL

As my first time as clerk of the course, it was a busy few days but I had a great team supporting me from the experience of the Aldermaston Nomads to the enthusiasm of the Surrey TRF. We also had amazing and unprecedented support from all the riders for what we worked out to be the 54th running of this great event.

I hope you enjoyed the course and the day as a whole! Thanks to all the riders and officials who supported this unique event.

Also thanks to the photographers out there (including the Epsom camera club). I’m pretty sure there are photos of the entire entry.

Link to an album of great photos courtesy of Stewie Roberts

 and another gallery courtesy of Roy Twyman