Scotland’s Mini Moto X Factor Competition 2011 – April 24th (5pm)

Do you want to be the next Rossi?

Over the last 11 years McIntosh Mini Bikes has run a competition to give children a chance to access the world of
minimoto racing without the expense of buying a bike.

Alan McIntosh is giving 10 lucky children the chance to win a minimoto to use for the 2011 Scottish Minimoto season. Yes a bike to keep and race for a season. Open to all kids even with no experience. This competition for 7 to 13 year olds will consist of a 10-minute practice and a 10-minute qualification to be judged on lap times and rider style. 5 of the bikes will be for the 7 to 9 age group, 5 for the up to 13 years. If you are a lucky winner and you receive a bike you will be required to purchase your own safety clothing at a discounted price (approx £350).

Dates you must be able to attend if you win a bike:

• Bike Presentation date tba.

• All 8 Scottish Championships rounds (for dates please contact Alan). • Also selected practice days.


This competition is backed by Visordown magazine, Melville Motor Club, Knockhill Race Circuit, Kartstart Raceways and 3 times British Superbike Champion Niall Mackenzie whose own 2 sons both competed in the Scottish Minimoto Championship.

Racers like Kev Coghlan, Deane Brown, Timmy Hastings, Jimmy Storrar, Michael Robertson, David Paton and Callum Bey to name only a few have all started their careers on minimotos and are now house hold names in the world of Scottish road racing & are all behind Scotland’s Minimoto X Factor competition.

For more information please contact Alan McIntosh on 0131 654 0786. Alan and all his bikes will be at Knockhill at our first meeting, come along and chat about this amazing offer with him.

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