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Community outcry as Six Days Trials in jeopardy after major complaint from landlord

3 monthes ago   |   By Press and Journal

The future of the Scottish Six Day Trials , worth more than an estimated £1.5 million to the Lochaber economy, is in jeopardy if “illegal” riders don't keep off private land, organisers have said.
The annual event doubles the population of Fort William, with more than 400 competitors and support teams alone descending on Fort William.
A shock statement from organisers says the future of the event “will be put in jeopardy” if unauthorised use of motorcycles on private land continues.
The statement said: “We continue to get complaints about unauthorised use of motorcycles on land around Fort...
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