News & Info

4th November 2020

2021 Membership is now open!  Due to the current situation and being a club that operates on both sides of the border we are only publishing dates for each round of the championship as locations may have to change subject to covid guidelines.  Those of you who purchased an IOPD licence in 2020 do not need to buy another as it is valid for use during 2021.  Members who purchased a transponder last year do not need to purchase another one as we still have it here for you to collect at your first race.  For those of you who wish to keep the same race number for next season you have until the end of this month to submit your paperwork!   Remember only members can enter the championship, you will also enjoy priority event booking, reduced race entry and practice fees and due to the loyalty you continue to show us we will not be operating a pre-payment system.   Membership numbers are limited so don’t miss out.  If you require any further information please contact me on 07500 831159.  Stay safe everyone, we all need to look forward to a much better season in 2021.  Please note that membership closes on the 28th February 2021.  Best wishes Jude x


19th October 2020

Well this year didn’t quite turn out the way any of us had planned!  Many thanks to all our riders who have supported MDR through these trying times, it is so appreciated.  Our team of helpers have stepped up at every event and worked so hard to make it all happen.  Our medics and catering van have also provided an exceptional service at all our events and we look forward to working with them again in 2021.  We owe a huge thank you to our landowners who have welcomed us onto their premises and enabled us to continue throughout the season.  We are in the process of planning next year (come what may!) and will keep you all updated.  Stay safe everyone and we will see you all in 2021! 


* Due to the following Notice from IOPD, We will be banning all head cams with immediate effect !
The vast majority of deaths and permanent debilitating injuries in Motor Cycle sport are as a result of head and neck injuries (around 6 in 2015). Therefore any unnecessary attachments to a riders helmet which may in any way compound Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) or brain damage, whiplash, including neck and spinal injuries should be avoided at all costs.
Any reasonable motorcyclist must accept that should they fall from their machine the attachment of a mounted camera on a helmet may cause or compound head and neck and spinal injuries therefore creating an unnecessary risk for the participant.
Riders may attach cameras to their machines and so the IOPD supports Organisers that ban head mounted cams.

* Environmental mats !
Please can all riders be responsible for providing an environmental mat or form of protection for the ground.

MDR reserve the right to change details without notice.