Cairn O'Mount

This year's Cairn O'Mount took place on Sunday, 12th May, 2019. Following on from the success of last year we had another good turn out and the weather was brilliant. The information letter and entry from for 2020 will be available next year.

For the 2019 information letter, click here.

For the 2019 entry form, click here.

Contact for more information.

Cairn O Mount 2019 photos.

Cairn O Mount 2018 photos.

Cairn O Mount 2017 photos.

Cairn O Mount 2016 photos.

Cairn O'Mount 2015 photos.

Cairn O'Mount 2014 photos.

The Cairn O'Mount road was one of the most challenging hills to early motorists and it is featured in the 1927 "Rudge Book of the Road". It runs from Banchory to Fettercairn in the North East of Scotland and is still great fun on a modern motorcycle, but can be a challenge to older belt-driven bikes like the early 1920's Connaught which one example has made an appearance in recent runs.

The Grampian Classic Motorcycle Club has organised this event since 1999. The event is open to all motorcycles, sidecar outfits, tricycles and three-wheeled tri-cars although judging is restricted to those vehicles which were manufactured before 31st December 1995.

Remember, no entries on the day!

Judging Categories:

VINTAGE - Manufactured prior to 31st December 1930
(The Silver Family Shield).

POST VINTAGE - Manufactured between 1st January 1931 and 31st December 1944
(Davie Wilson Shield).

POST WAR - Manufactured between 1st January 1945 and 31st December 1959
(The Silver Brother Shield).

CLASSIC - Manufactured between 1st January 1960 and 31st December 1977
(The Welgrave Timber Systems Shield).

MODERN CLASSIC - Manufactured between 1st January 1978 and 31st December 1998
(Trophy kindly donated by N. Forrest).

BEST TRIUMPH - Best Triumph in the event
(The Edward Turner Shield).

BEST JAPANESE - Best Japanese machine in the event
(Andrew Mackie Shield)

DISTANCE AWARD - The Chevron Trophy

OLDEST MACHINE / RIDER - The Ian Campbell Shield


BEST MACHINE - Jim Silver Memorial Shield

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