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The Norwich Vikings have been organising motorcycle events at the Cadders Hill venue since 1936. Originally the venue was used for hillclimbs, with a stint as a forces training area during the war, when club members held competetive events against the Army and Home Guard.
After the war they ran what were known as mountain grasstracks until the circuit became too rough, and from 1949 onwards they switched to scrambles. Current supremo, Dennis Slaughter, started competing there in 1948, and has been involed in one capacity or another ever since. Lyng was one of the venues for the televised Trophy scrambles in the late '60s, hosted a 125cc Grand Prix in the '90s, and has been running British Championship events for over 30 years.
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