1913 ACU Six Days’ Trial

The 1913 Six Days’ Trial was actually a five days trial followed by a day’s post-mortem. The event was tough enough for competitors to stage a strike meeting and following the trial complaints flew thick and fast. But the presence of a French team (which only survived for two days) justifies calling this the first International Six Day Trial. Read all about it…

1913 6DT PENRITH U
“Waiting outside the Penrith control on the second day of the trials. Among the riders may be seen WH Eggleton (6hp Enfield sidecar), DM Brown (3½hp Rover), C Lester (3½hp P&M), FC North (3½hp Ariel) and one of The Motor Cycle representatives.”

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