www.easternacu.org

www.easternacu.org

The official web site of ACU Eastern

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Welcome to the ACU Eastern website. Whether you are a competitor, a hardend fan, or simply just interested in motorcycle sport in the East of England, we hope you will find what you are looking for on our pages. We have worked hard to make our new site mobile friendly, so put the kettle on, fire up the tablet, and feel free to start surfing.


Centre Announcements

  • New Risk Assessment Docs - 14th Sept
    New documents reflecting the 'rule of six' changes are available in the 'Useful Info' section of this website.


  • AGM Postponed

    Following consultation with ACU Eastern Officials, it has been decided to postpone the AGM and Board Meeting due to be held on November 8th until March 2021.
    All Officials will carry their tenure over until March 2021.
    A new date and a venue will be advised as soon as it is practicable.

Club Announcements

  • Muntjac Motorcycle Enduro Cancelled 
    Diss MCC and Forestry England have jointly agreed that the Muntjac Motorcycle Enduro on 15th November 2020 will not go ahead as planned...
    Read More


  • Despite the year being severely disrupted by the coronavirus, the Eastern Centre's motocross riders' numbers scheme has raised £3180 for 2020. Equal payments have been made to the East Anglian Air Ambulance, the Essex Air Ambulance, and to the ACU Benevolent Fund.
    Many thanks to all the riders involved, and to Andrew Hay for administrating the scheme.

  • Dave Roper Memorial Enduro
    Report and photos from the Sudbury MCC event held on 20th Sept 2020
    Read article

  • Covid-19 Prevention Signage
    Clubs running events under the Covid-19 restrictions can download the necessary signage in PDF format from the link below.
    Click here to download signs

Illegal Riding - ZERO TOLERANCE

Illegal activity on Forestry Commission land is a criminal offence and puts all legitimate events at risk.
The ACU take a zero tolerance approach to this in partnership with the Forestry Commission, and local police. Anyone caught illegally riding on Forestry Commission Land can expect:
- Your bike WILL be impounded under Section 59 by the Forestry Commission and Police.
- You WILL be prosecuted for a criminal act by the police.
- You WILL be reported to ACU/ AMCA Head Office for a termination of your competition licence. This will be shared with all authorising bodies.

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