Motor Cycling Club
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The Motor Cycling Club (MCC) is a British motorsports and Motorcycle sport club formed in 1901. It is a member of both the Motor Sports Association (cars) and Auto-Cycle Union (bikes). It organises the following Motorcycle trials and Car trials competitions:
In 1906 The Motor Cycling Club's gold medal was awarded to those who could compete the 391 mile journey from London to Edinburgh inside 24 hours. The fastest finisher was Tom Woodman (22h 38m) riding a Vindec Special motor-bicycle. Muriel Hind completed the trial in 22h 52m driving a 9 hp Singer Tricar with a female passenger. Since the MCC members use 2, 3 and 4 wheeled vehicles current regulations prevent mixed competition events on race tracks citing safety considerations so the MCC Speed trials have been suspended, The classic Trials however continue to be one of the few events where motorcycles three wheelers and cars compete together.
- The Times, Sports in Brief, 4 June 1906
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