Trevor Geer

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Trevor Geer
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Born (1953-06-24) 24 June 1953 (age 67)
Polegate, England
NationalityFlag of England.svg  England
Current club information
Career status Eastbourne Eagles manager
Career history
1971-1975, 1979-1981 Eastbourne Eagles
1971 Wembley Lions
1973 Reading Racers
1974-1975 Oxford Rebels
1976-1978 White City Rebels
1980 Oxford Cheetahs
Team honours
1975Midland 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.

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Career

He raced for Eastbourne Eagles in the early seventies with occasional races for Oxford Rebels in 1974. [1] He came second with Ole Olsen in the Radio Oxford Best Pairs in 1974. [2]

Trevor started his full-time British League career with Oxford in 1975 [3] and 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, [4] 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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References

  1. Bamford,R & Shailes,G (2007). "The Story of Oxford Speedway". ISBN   978-0-7524-4161-0
  2. Lawson, K (2018) “Riders, Teams and Stadiums”. ISBN   978-0-244-72538-9
  3. Lawson, K (2018) “Rebels 1975 – The Last Season”. ISBN   978-0-244-99725-0
  4. Lawson,K (2018) “The Cheetahs – The Resurrection”. ISBN   978-0-244-69934-5