Gravity sidecar for sale on ebay - as raced recently at Brechin. This is a good solid unfaired sidehack and an ideal entry level racer.
See http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161456000961 for more details and more pictures.
The SCA Gravity Sidecar rules have had a minor update to make it easier for people to get involved and build competitive machines. The maximum length and width restrictions have been relaxed to allow the use of stock F1 and F2 racing sidecar fairings, which are often available for a very reasonable price on online auction sites. The requirement for independent brakes acting on two or more wheels has also been relaxed slighty - two brake systems are still required, but they can both work on the same wheel.
Reckon you're quick? Taking part in more than one event in Scotland this year? Why not register for the SCA Championship and find out how good you really are!
The SCA Championship is a competition run across the main soap box events in Scotland with the aim of encouraging participation in the various events and to create friendly rivalry between teams.
Teams can register for free and are awarded points for their final position in the participating events, and the team with the greatest number of points after the last event will be crowned as the SCA Champion. There are separate classes for Soapbox Cartie and Gravity Sidecar.
The date for the event is Sunday 11 September.
Classes for soapbox, sidehack and gravity bike.
More details in due course. See www.belchford.org.uk
- Two day time trial event in the beautiful grounds of Castle Forbes, near Alford in Aberdeenshire
- Classes for carties and gravity sidecar
- Prizes for Best build, Best time, Fastest time, Days winner, Best novice awards and The Lairds Champion (aggregate over the two days)
- On site camping
- SCA Championship points available
See http://castleforbesgravityrace.webs.com for further details.