Scooter Racing Comes Home
Scootering|October 2019
BSSO riders have a love/hate relationship withThree Sisters. Its tight, twisty and a great leveller, where riding skills count as much as engine power.
Paul Green

It's the first time in a few years that scooter racing has been to the northwest’s Three Sisters Circuit. Since the last visit it now has a new company running it, and has been resurfaced and had a general tidy up all round. For many riders it was a first visit to the spiritual home of scooter racing, but for others it was a return to a place they knew very well. Three Sisters can have a habit of throwing up a few surprises, one of which was the return of sibling rivalry in the form of two of the Conneely brothers back for a play, and the talented Nikita McNally out on a new special class Zip scooter.

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