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Centre Announcements

    Following the retirement of Phil Armes and Lyn Ralph please note the following Officers for 2023

    • CHAIRMAN – Chris Keeble – chairman@easternacu.org
    • SECRETARY – This post is vacant – secretary@easternacu.org
    • PERMITS SECRETARY – Barbara Douglas - barbara.douglas@hotmail.co.uk
    • GAZETTE EDITOR – Paul Sewter – webmaster@easternacu.org

Club Announcements

  • Essex & Suffolk Border Mcc
    Members of the Essex & Suffolk Border Mcc would like to thank our Eastern ACU’s two retiring officials Secretary Lyn Ralph & Chairman, Permits officer, Gazette editor, etc Phil Armes for all the work they have put in over many years keeping our branch of the ACU running.
    Lyn. Phil. We Thank you

  • Entries for Invaders Trial - 29th Feb
    Due to the continued problems with Sport 80 it has been decided that entry for the above trial be by "paper" and that entries will be accepted up to the time of the start (10.30 am).It would be appreciated, though, if riders would enter before this to give us some idea of the entry.
    Click for Entry Form

  • Champions All
    Awards for the 2022 ACU Eastern Trials Championships were presented at an awards evening on 21st January.
    Click here for more photos

  • N&S Group Gift
    Norfolk and Suffolk Group donated a £4.000.00 cheque to ACU BEN FUND.
    Presented to Debbie Blyth by the Group Chairman and Treasurer. Jack Hearn and Chris Keeble.

  • Diss MCC Santon Enduro
    Entries are opening on Thursday 26th Jan at 7.pm for first round the ACU Eastern GH Motorcycles Enduro Championship, due to be held in Thetford Forest on Sunday 26th February.
    Read more

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Illegal Riding - ZERO TOLERANCE

Illegal activity on Forestry England 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 England, and local police. Anyone caught illegally riding on Forestry England Land can expect:

  • Your bike WILL be impounded under Section 59 by the 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.