About Us

Established Since 1990

Former British ATV Champion Steve Clitheroe founded SCT Racing Engines in 1990, having previously worked for a significant Honda dealership in Preston Lancashire.

 

Steve made the decision the time had come to start up on his own, tuning ATV motors and suspensions in the beginning. Subsequently a growing number of motocross riders began using his tuning skills.

 

2003 was a great year; five out of a possible seven Adult British Motocross Championships were won using SCT Racing Engines.

 

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Including:

  • Gordon Crockard - ACU MX1 Champion.
  • Jonathan Sleaser - AMCA 125 Champion.
  • David Campbell - ACU British Four Stroke Champion.
  • Paul Winrow - ACU British Quad Champion.
  • Rick Du Feu - AMCA 750 Champion.

SCT Racing Engines have accounted for more than thirty British Championships in all forms of off road motorcycle sport.

 

2009 also brought in some good results:

  • Brad Anderson - ACU MX1 Champion.

Race winning performances. Championship winning reliability.

 

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SCT Racing Engines have worked with many of the biggest names in British Motocross Teams such as:

 

PAR Holmes Honda, CAT Honda, CAS Honda, Anderson ATVs, RTT Honda, Richard Cole ATVs, RWJ Honda, Winrow Racing, DK off Road, TAS Suzuki, Phone Parts Honda, John Marsh HPF and M J Church Kawasaki.

 

Here are some more riders we have worked with over the years:

 

Brad Anderson, Gordon Crockard, Carl Nunn, Jussi Vehvilainen, Yoshi Atsuta, Tyler Rattray, Eric Eggens, Tony Craig, Stephen Sword, Ray Rowson, Neville Bradshaw, Jim Murro, Mark Jones, Ricky Priest, Alan Eaves, David Campbell, Aaron Crowder, Lee Payne, Paul Winrow, Paul Holmes, Rick Du Feu, Charlie Hollis, Jonathan Sleaser, Nez Parker, Glen Philips, Matt Winstanley, Jordan Rose, Gary Parker, Ross Rutherford, Danny Tollet, Martin Sandiford, Alexander Brown, Rossi Beard, Jay Hague, Jem Parker, Stuart Walker, Scott Elderfield, Jamie Law, Tony Cuddy, Jamie Lewis, Lee Buck, Matt Williamson, Oliver Sandiford-Smith and Phil Mercer.