Largo Trials – 15th May 2022

Due to insufficient entries, we have taken the decision not to run this event.

A minimum entry offers fairness to landowners, competitors and officials alike, and we were below the threshold for this event.


The first event this year will be at Largo, which is a massive hit with everyone that attends, offering some breathtaking scenery whether it’s over the Fife countryside or out onto the Firth of Forth.

With 3 completely different areas on the site ; “valley” “ski-slope” and “plateau”, we are able to offer you a good range of challenging sections throughout the day, usually finishing off with a trip to the trig point for a photo opportunity.

To find out what our trials consist of, please visit these pages below!
(Tyro) Trials (beginners)
Trials (intermediate)
Trials Guide

Early registration is encouraged, as there will be an absolute deadline of 72hrs  before the event, to allow us to make a decision whether the event runs based on a minimum number attending.

Officials, in any capacity, will also need to register in advance.

If you wish to compete, you must have a valid club membership which can be obtained online via Join SORC and also have a valid RS Clubman Licence which can be obtained free via RS Clubman Licence

Both of these will be checked against the membership database upon receiving your online entry and declaration form.

Access will only be available from 0900hrs with the view to starting promptly at 0930hrs.

Any help from competitors in setting up is always appreciated, not only allowing you a bit of extra driving time, but you can actually learn a lot too…

Remember to bring your own packed lunch, and sensible clothing/footwear for the weather on the day.

Simple Checklist

Directions: The nearest postcode is KY8 5QS, though it overshoots the site. Follow the A92 then A915 towards Upper Largo, at which point you will pick up orange arrows which will direct you to the site, just off St Andrews Rd.

OS Grid Ref: NO 42866 03832. W3W:

Amateur Radio: For those who have it, we usually use 145.350MHz if it’s free.


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