Wild and Woolly axed for 2019

The world's oldest-running scramble has been axed for this year as the land is not available. The traditional Boxing Day scramble is a one-hour thrash through streams and bogs and will make a comeback in 2020, says the organising Northampton club. The club's announcement reads: It is with regret that I

Bradshaw takes Wild and Woolly hat-trick!

Former British Supercross champ Neville Bradshaw won the Northampton club’s wet and very muddy Wild and Woolly charity scramble for the third time at Blisworth in Northamptonshire on a very mild Boxing Day, writes Dick Law. Bradshaw foots through to victory But that's not to say local man Bradshaw had it all

Who will master the Wild and Woolly?

If you wake up on Boxing day morning feeling the effects of overeating from Christmas day and you live not far from Northampton, why not walk off that extra helping of Christmas pudding with a nice stroll and some muddy fun. Jack Lee is always a favourite The Northampton club is

Lee leaps to last lap win at Wild and Woolly

By Dick Law. Forty-six riders found an ideal way to get rid of the Christmas holiday excesses by taking part in the annual Boxing Day Wild and woolly charityNorthampton club scramble at the muddy Arm Farm just outside Blisworth in Northamptonshire. The event, which has been running since the 1930s at

Bradshaw takes the Woolly glory!

Former British Supercross champion Nev Bradshaw took victory on a borrowed 125 Yamaha two-stroke in the traditional Wild and Woolly Boxing Day scramble at Blisworth, Northants. In the longest-running motorcycle race in the world, held over an hour over tough terrain including stream crossings, British championship rider Bradshaw - who