We are open seven days a week with a secured locked car park and you have your own key, just let yourself in whenever you fancy a practice or a ride around with your mates. Even family members can come down and join you in a walk out with your dog.

You can now join Croft Trials Club online by following the instructions below. With just a simple membership form and secure bank transfer you’ll be on our trials ground in no time!

Adult membership £118

Youth membership £89

Family membership: one adult and one youth under 14 years £190

We are open seven days a week from 10 am until dusk, 365 days a year! please fill in your membership form online and make payment, you will then receive your photo ID and key to the secure car park.

Your photo ID must be attached to your bike at all times.

To become a member of Croft Trials Club, simply download our Membership Form below and complete it using block capitals. Then send your completed form to and make payment via bank transfer to the details provided on the form, including your full name as reference.

Once we have received your completed form and payment, and it has been accepted, we will then issue you your membership card and access key via post.

All memberships are for one calendar year, at the end of which you can either renew or cease your membership altogether with the club (but we’re sure you won’t want to do this!).

*Please note, all youth’s must be accompanied by a supervising adult at all times whilst attending the trials club. Youths are classed as those under 14 years of age and parents/guardians will be required to sign a consent form for them to be able to join the club.*

The club has the right to refuse any membership requests or to end any membership if it deems this necessary to do so. Reasons for this may be if the club feels there is a risk to the club from a certain member, or if a member is not adhering to the proper health and safety of the sport or the rules/guidelines as imposed by the club. Membership fees will not be returned if the club feels there is a need to end the membership of an individual.