Roy Trigg started at the Rye House training school
and then in second-half races at Aldershot and New Cross.
He was signed up by Wimbledon, he and was loaned
out to Poole. Was signed at the age of 18 by the Hawks in 1964
from Wimbledon where he progressed to be a heat leader, averaging
over nine points a meeting.
Popular with the Hackney crowd with his chrages
round the outside, he stayed until 1966 when he was transferred
to Oxford, a move which was forced upon him with the signing of
Bengt Jansson. In 1968 he moved to Cradley where he spent five
seasons, riding for England in the process.