Bryony Thorbjornsen

I am a married mother of 2, my youngest child took up motocross just over 2 years ago which is how I came to be involved in the club. My background is in health and social care. I worked in an area of significant deprivation and became very aware of the lack of opportunities available to kids when it came to extracurricular activities and particularly sports. The illegal and anti-social use of motorbikes was a community problem in the area where I worked and coincidently was where KORMC was born. Since leaving the NHS and that area of work, I have since added to my “nursing” qualifications and currently run my own private aesthetics clinic as well as supporting my husband with his business in an administrative role.

My son also plays ice hockey and for several years I was a volunteer in the role of team manager. I strive to help make sport accessible for all regardless of age, financial status or disability. I believe that anything is possible if you have the right people working on it and feel that at KORMC we have the right people. The testaments from the local police force and referrals received from agencies such as Social Work Department show that KORMC is making a difference in our local community, I want to help grow that further. I get a lot of satisfaction from watching new club members developing, children and young people working through the various programmes offered by KORMC and the excitement and passion exhibited by our trustees and members alike.

Alan Black

Hi, Allan here – asked to come onto the KORMC board of Trustees recently as the Director of Events.

Why you? You might ask! Well the rest of the Trustees know that I have been helping run other sporting events for the last 15 years (Downhill Mountain Bike races with the Scottish Downhill Association) and have held a number of positions on our committee over the years, including my last 7 or 8 years as Race Entries Secretary and Chief Timer, so I guess I should have picked up enough information and experience over the years to enable me to have a huge input into KORMC planned events. We will be looking to have a race or 3 at Cardenden in 2023, maybe a series or just a one-off to begin with.


Will be exciting times .

I have also been helping out in the Workshop maintaining and fixing the club bikes and passing some of my mechanical knowledge onto the kids where I can and helping out at the track – marshalling and assisting Dave Paton with the coaching – I love to ‘give back’ to the community and see youngsters especially gain confidence and skills, so have been lucky in my ‘Semi Retirement’ to have the time to spend helping out the club. I’m sure I will see a lot of you around and watch this space for info on any events planned.

Ian McLean

I’m Ian 39 and from the lovely Kingdom of Fife. I’m married with a son and been volunteering in one capacity or another since I was 17.

At the club I am workshop director, I help with coaching, fixing bikes and can be found fixing people at the track on occasion too.

Iain Watson

Iain Watson secretary KORMC. Trustee and SACU approved coach. Currently working as a disabled adaptation architect at Kingdom Care and Repair. Previously worked at building control for fife council for over 30 years.

Chris Johnstone

I’m a parent and have seen my son enjoy the benefits from attending Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club.. I’ve been a dedicated volunteer since 2016, helping almost every weekend. My main area of interest and input is in operations at our off-road track facility. I enjoy seeing the kids go away with a smile after they’ve had a good day at the track. Also knowing that we are providing a safer, controlled environment to learn, makes it all worth while. 

I am an experienced electrician and been in that trade for a good few years.

We now have office, cafe, toilets, classroom and kit room, we are always looking to build on what we have at Cardenden Motocross track.. I’m proud to be part of the team.