Edinburgh Monarchs

The Edinburgh Monarchs are a Scottish Speedway team, currently based in Armadale. They compete in the Speedway Premier League, racing on Friday nights during the Speedway season. The club is run by a Board of Directors, chaired by Alex Harkess. The team manager is Alan "Doc" Bridgett.

Read more about Edinburgh Monarchs:  Brief History, 2012 Team, 2011 Team, 2010 Team, 2009 Team, 2008 Team, 2007 Team, 2006 Team, Notable Riders

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