NEWS Friday 31st January 2014, 1:53pm
With his successful defence of his Australian Under-21 Championship, Max Fricke became the seventh rider to win this title more than once.
NEWS Thursday 30th January 2014, 9:32pm
We've had quite an amazing response to our forthcoming Brief History event and our first batch of tickets have already gone and that's six weeks before the show takes place.
NEWS Monday 27th January 2014, 9:04pm
Double Australian Under 21 champion and young Edinburgh Monarch star Max Fricke has continued his tremendous form back in his home country with a second place in the Jack Young Cup which was held at Gillman Speedway on Sunday evening.
NEWS Sunday 26th January 2014, 6:34pm
With the sad passing of Tommy Hughson this weekend, Monarchs have lost a man who played a unique part in the club’s history as mascot, team manager and friend to many riders.
NEWS Saturday 25th January 2014, 1:30pm
Max Fricke has successfully defended his Australian Under 21 title at Gillman, Adelaide on Saturday evening and he’s still only seventeen years old!
NEWS Thursday 23rd January 2014, 8:51pm
Our next event on our air fence fundraising schedule is seven weeks away but already it seems to have caught the attention of supporters throughout Central Scotland.
NEWS Monday 20th January 2014, 9:37pm
The countdown to the start of our new season has definitely begun with much work underway at Armadale!
NEWS Friday 17th January 2014, 9:00am
Every year we appear to be getting earlier and earlier in announcing our fixture list and we’re a week ahead of last year in publishing the 2014 list today.
NEWS Thursday 16th January 2014, 2:00pm
We are very pleased to announce another important event in our fund raising for our air fence. On Friday 14th March we will be presenting "A Brief History of Speedway Racing in Edinburgh" at Boroughmuir Rugby Clubhouse at Meggetland.
NEWS Monday 13th January 2014, 8:37pm
Fixtures between the Scotwaste Monarchs and the Glasgow Tigers are going to be especially interesting this year because both sides bear little resemblance to their finishing seven from 2013.