Hafren Dirt Bike Club hosted the penultimate round of the ACU British Trials Championship last month.

The Llanidloes club hosted 50 of Britain’s best riders who took on the unique natural terrain of Glynhafren Farm near Hafren forest.

The 2018 event represented the first time a full championship round had been held at the venue.

Clerk of the course Adrian Jervis said: “We have had extremely good feedback from officials and riders in all categories.

“The club is really pleased with the success of the event after all the hard work and preparation put in by members over the last few months.”

James Dabill from Leeds maintained his 100 per cent record in the championship class with a convincing win, excelling in the unforgiving terrain over three laps.

Current British No1 Jack Price of Huddersfield claimed second from Blaenau Ffestiniog star Iwan Roberts.

Llanidloes’ championship contender Hugo Jervis suffered a series of issues which meant he had to be content with a 12th place finish.

Midlands based Ross Danby won the masters class, seeing off Buckinghamshire’s Sam Haslam and North Walian Gwynedd Jones while Derby’s Mitchell Brightmore won the youth elite class.

Yorkshire’s Richard Sadler won the well supported expert class by some margin with Isle of White rider Chris Stay his closest challenger in the Mid Wales forest.

The championship concludes with a double header weekend in Scotland this weekend.