|Born||24 June 1953|
|Current club information|
|Career status||Eastbourne Eagles manager|
|1971-1975, 1979-1981||Eastbourne Eagles|
|1976-1978||White City Rebels|
|1975||Midland Cup winner|
|1977||British League Champion|
Trevor Geer was a speedway rider in the 1970s and 1980s and is currently Team Manager for Eastbourne Eagles.
He raced for Eastbourne Eagles in the early seventies with occasional races for Oxford Rebels in 1974.He came second with Ole Olsen in the Radio Oxford Best Pairs in 1974.
Trevor started his full-time British League career with Oxford in 1975and was part of the Midland Cup winning team. After it looked liked Cowley Stadium would be sold for development and the end of speedway in Oxford, Geer moved with the team to White City in 1976 with promoters Danny Dunton and Robert Dugard.
After retiring from racing, Trevor Geer managed the Eastbourne Eagles speedway team.
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