The hill is 440 yards (1/4 mile) and reaches almost 1:1.5 near the top where there is a challenging jump known as "the pimple".
Riders compete 4 at a time from a standing start - the first two over the finish line progress to the next round.
Carl Pope currently holds the record with a time of 19.53 seconds achieved in 2009 aboard his Cheney BSA.
There are 3 classes plus the allcomers class. Machines are all pre 1970 and vary from rigid framed machines from the 1930's to competitive replica Triumphs and BSA based classic scramblers.
Where is Red Marley?
Red Marley Hill Climb takes place each Easter at Great Witley in Worcestershire WR6 6JJ
or go to the Contacts page for more info
Entrance to the Hill Climb on Monday
is £7.00 for adults - Children under 10 Free.
Admission to the Trial on Sunday is Free.
If you would like to marshall at the hill climb or the trial your admission will be returned - please call the organisers - details on the contact page
Spectators may camp on site at Red Marley at a cost of £10 per unit for the weekend.
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