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Old 09-01-2010, 05:51 AM   #31
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World round trials Czech republic this weekend

CZECH REPUBLIC TRIAL GP TO DECIDE FINAL ORDER

The small town of Kramolin located one hundred and twenty Kilometres South of the capital city of Prague and close to the Austrian / Czech Republic border holds the responsibility for deciding the final order in the 2010 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship. Only one position is clear at the moment, with Toni Bou - Repsol Montesa having already been declared champion at the penultimate Grand Prix in Italy.

Free of any real pressure Bou will be at his most dangerous for the final round of the 2010 series and just could play his part in deciding the rankings that fall behind him. Unlike other forms of motorsport, team orders are almost impossible in Trial, so Bou's team mate Takahisa Fujinami - Repsol Montesa will have to rely on his own performance if he is to snatch the vice champion's position away from Adam Raga - Gas Gas.

Victories on the second day of the Grand Prix held in Portugal and Great Britain have put Fujinami in with a chance of securing his best finish in the championship since back in 2006. Raga's sole win of the season came on the closing day in Japan, and despite his sixth place at the French GP the double FIM Trial World Champion has kept himself in contention for a top two finish thanks to his consistency throughout the rest of the year. A mere two points separates these two protagonists after a season long battle.

A similar margin, this time three points, is the gap between Albert Cabestany - Sherco and Jeroni Fajardo - Beta who are currently fighting it out for fourth spot in the general standings. Fajardo has enjoyed the stronger run of form over the last three counting days following his disasterous showing at the British round. Seventh in Italy was Cabestany's equal worst result of his campaign, Albert's other black moment coming on day two of the Japanese GP during yet another season when he has failed to realise his true potential.

In the Junior class only eleven points currently splits the top three riders when their best nine results are taken into consideration, the same number of counting days will decide the eventual champion. Britain's Jack Challoner - Beta has ridden his way back to the top of the points table after back to back victories in San Marino and Italy. Spain's Alfredo Gomez - Montesa will need to regain the form that has already netted him two wins this season, if he is to defeat Challoner and to keep Alexandre Ferrer - Sherco at bay.

With Pol Tarres - Gas Gas having wrapped up the Youth title with room to spare, it is now down to Jack Sheppard - Beta and Carles Traviesa - Gas Gas to scrap it out for second place in this class. Sheppard holds the upper hand as they head to the Czech Republic, but will not under estimate his young Spanish rival with Traviesa having beaten him on a number of previous occasions throughout the year.

All in all round eight of the 2010 SPEA FIM Trial World Championship is shaping up to be an interesting and exciting finale to a six month campaign that started at the Spanish GP back in April. Since then the riders have visited no less than seven different countries, including the long trip to Japan, before heading to Kramolin this weekend to complete the eleventh and final counting day of the series.


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Old 09-01-2010, 02:44 PM   #32
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VINTAGE TRIALS Exeter RI 9/25/10

The woods of Rhode Island will come alive during the 5th Annual New England Vintage Trials Championship at the Rhode Island Trials Club facilities on Escoheag Road in Exeter, RI on Saturday September 25, 2010. The event gets more popular every year, and almost 30 riders competed on the slippery rocks in 2009. Veteran Wayne Galvin lost out in a close battle with former New England trials champion Danny Allen; both riders were on Bultaco Sherpas.
The first US round of the World Trials Championship was held at the same location in 1975, and much of the same rocky terrain will be incorporated into this year’s event. The 1975 event was won by Malcolm Rathmell on a Montesa, who finished third in the world championship that year behind the Bultacos of Martin Lampkin and Yrjo Vesterinen. It was a magical time for the sport of trials, and the sport reached unparalleled popularity in both Europe and the US. The September event at Exeter will try to recreate the spirit of the period.
The event starts at 11:00am, and riders will ride eight sections over three loops of the course. Three lines will be offered in each section—an easy, beginner’s line; a novice line for riders with some experience, and an expert line for the more skilled riders. Entry for the day is $30, and the entry fee includes a free event t-shirt. You must be an AMA member to ride.
Classes are offered for a variety of vintage trials bikes, but most riders compete in the Classic Twin Shock class which is open to Yamaha TY, Honda TL, and Suzuki RL trials bikes as well as the Spanish trials bikes from manufacturers like Bultaco, Montesa, and Ossa. Bikes must be fitted with trials tires to compete in the event; knobbies are not allowed. More details are available from Dave Allen at (508) 285-6074. The vintage rules are posted on the club’s web site at: www.ritrialsclub.com/vintagerules.htm. Camping is not allowed at the site of the event, but camping is available along Escoheag Road.
A modern trial will be held at the same location the following day, September 26, sanctioned by the New England Trials Association (www.newenglandtrials.org). Vintage bikes are welcome to compete in the Vintage Twin Shock class (three lines available) and in the Beginner’s class
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Old 09-07-2010, 07:39 PM   #33
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Trials event

26th Stoney lonesome 2 day sept.18th & 19th near Nashville - Columbus Indiana see Trialsinc.org for details. 12 sections 3 loops per day . there will be a trail bike class.
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:13 AM   #34
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Octobertest, Scipio OK oct 23 &24

Late posting this, usually let the club people post, but oh well...

Info here: http://www.octobertest.com/

Huge loop, or so they imply, lol.
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Old 10-20-2010, 01:04 PM   #35
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TST presents Granogue Vintage Trials

This coming Sunday the Tri-State Trialers will be hosting the final event of this year's MAVT series motorcycle trials at Granogue Delaware. There are classes for both vintage and modern bikes as well as all skill levels of riders. Competition starts at 11am. on Sunday.
Anyone interested in trying trials for the first time (you need a trials bike of course) come out for a fun day. Entry details are on the flyer. It's also a great time just walking to the sections and watching the riders compete. We use "no stop" rules so you don't need to be able to balance while stopped or hop your bike sideways. Many of the cycles are vintage trials machines from the 70's so spectators get a bike show as a bonus.
Granogue is located along the Brandywine river near Centerville De. not far south of the Pa. state line. From US RT1 go south on RT52 to Centerville De., turn left on Center Meeting Road and then right at Montchanin Rd.. Entrance is second driveway on the left.
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Old 10-22-2010, 12:20 PM   #36
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This coming Sunday the Tri-State Trialers will be hosting the final event of this year's MAVT series motorcycle trials at Granogue Delaware. There are classes for both vintage and modern bikes as well as all skill levels of riders. Competition starts at 11am. on Sunday.
Anyone interested in trying trials for the first time (you need a trials bike of course) come out for a fun day. Entry details are on the flyer. It's also a great time just walking to the sections and watching the riders compete. We use "no stop" rules so you don't need to be able to balance while stopped or hop your bike sideways. Many of the cycles are vintage trials machines from the 70's so spectators get a bike show as a bonus.
Granogue is located along the Brandywine river near Centerville De. not far south of the Pa. state line. From US RT1 go south on RT52 to Centerville De., turn left on Center Meeting Road and then right at Montchanin Rd.. Entrance is second driveway on the left.


I rode this event a couple of years ago. It's a really nice place to ride. Depending on how my weekend shakes out, I may go and spectate or even ride.

Anyone local thinking of going? I'd like to hook up with another local trials rider(s) to play ride.
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Old 10-24-2010, 06:01 PM   #37
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Cool2 NATC 2011 Schedule

NATC 2011 Schedule
2 day: April 30, May 1: CTTA, Bronte, TX (betw. San Angelo and Abilene) www.TexanaOffroad.com

2 day: June 11, 12: Pennsylvania, Rausch Creek Racing (near Tower City PA) www.rauschcreekmotorsports.com

3 day: June 25, 26, 27: Tenn, Trials Training Center (near Sequatchie TN) www.trialstrainingcenter.com

Best 5 of 7 count towards ranking.

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Old 10-25-2010, 07:46 AM   #38
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Looks like a good year for me to go to Sequatchie! I'll have to work the Bronte event.
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Old 10-30-2010, 09:27 PM   #39
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New Mexico Trials Association

Hosting an event in beautiful, not-so-downtown Roswell, New Mexico (Yes, that Roswell ) next weekend, November 6th and 7th. Featuring Yours Truly setting lower sections for Saturday. Cool people, cool terrain, cool event! Join us! More info at http://www.nmtrials.org/


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Old 11-02-2010, 02:01 PM   #40
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CVMG Montreal, Nov 7th

The CVMG Quebec 2010 Vintage Trials Championship wraps up this weekend at Ormstown near Montreal.
It looks like the battle in the veteran class between the two co-organizers is going down to the wire!

http://www.rocler.qc.ca/ariane/2010TRIALSRESULTS.xls

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Old 11-03-2010, 07:55 PM   #41
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CAT trial at Cordes AZ Sunday Nov 7th

Cordes Station AZ trial is a good spectator event and easy to get to for AZ residents of Phoenix and Prescott.
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http://www.centralarizonatrials.org/... Station Trial
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Old 11-23-2010, 10:29 PM   #42
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New Mexico Trials Association

Our final trial of the 2010 season will be held Dec. 5th at the BLM's San Ysidro Trials Area, 4 miles north west of San Ysidro NM. See link for map. Lowers go out at 9am, Uppers go out after lunch, whenever that is.
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Old 11-24-2010, 06:55 AM   #43
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world round stuff first event of 2011 title in 2010!!

BOU BEGINS HIS TITLE DEFENCE IN ITALY

A new season will kick into life in Italy this weekend as the highly anticipated and newly titled 2011 SPEA FIM X-Trial World Championship begins in Genoa on 27th November. Round one of the revamped series will share its billing with the FIM Indoor Enduro World Championship in what promises to be an exciting and anxious double-header played out beneath the dazzling lights of the Palasport Fiera di Genoa arena. However while the spectacle of indoor enduro is a welcome addition, all eyes will be on the World’s best trial riders as they attempt to wrestle the title away from a diligent Toni Bou - Repsol Montesa.

Having taken top honours for four consecutive seasons Bou is unlikely to give up his crown without a fight. He won all but one round in 2010 and therefore the seemingly untouchable Spaniard starts the season as a firm series favourite. That said, Bou will not be without serious competition, perhaps most notably from last year’s runner-up and trial veteran Albert Cabestany - Sherco.

An invigorated Cabestany kept Bou honest in 2009 and 2010, and he will begin his campaign this year fresh and extremely motivated. The only rider to beat Bou indoors in recent times Cabestany, a fellow Spaniard, is likely to be a real thorn in his countryman’s side. Slightly less consistent last year, but still one to watch is Adam Raga - Gas Gas. His planned 2010 ambush started poorly, however the evergreen former World champion regrouped to finish the series in third place overall.

Raga’s status in the top three was challenged throughout last season by the fast-improving Brit James Dabill - Gas Gas and the auspicious young Spaniard Jeroni Fajardo - Beta. The plucky pair are back in 2011 and both will be looking to cement their credentials and make a name for themselves among the World’s elite. Consistency is key if either is to make a firm impression while keeping the likes of Takahisa Fujinami - Repsol Montesa at bay.

One fresh face making his debut as a fixed rider this season is 2010 FIM World Junior Champion Jack Challoner - Beta. Strong, talented if inexperienced, Challoner is a welcome addition to a permanent line-up that also includes Michael Brown - Sherco. Brown is making a return to the series after a twelve-month hiatus, having last competed indoors full-time in 2009.

Whatever happens this season fans of the championship are in for a real treat as Cabestany and friends vie to knock Bou off his pedestal and prevent the dogged Catalan from claiming his fifth straight indoor crown. Were Bou to overcome all comers, victory in 2011 would mark his ninth World title.

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Old 11-28-2010, 09:11 AM   #44
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Old 01-09-2011, 04:38 PM   #45
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Rocky mountain Trials schedule

RMTA%2011%Event%Schedule
March&27&Tune%up%Trials%Stock%Ranch
April&9&Series%#1%Corral%Bluffs
April&10&Series%#2%Corral%Bluffs
May&15&Series%#3%Volcano%Gulch
May&28&Series%#4%Tucker%Ranch
May&29&Series%#5%Tucker%Ranch%(Memorial%Cups)%
July&10&Series%#6%Pilot%Peak%North
July&24&Series%#7%Thorpe%Gulch
August&20%Ute%Cup%La%Garita
August&21%Ute%Cup%La%Garita
September&17&Series%#8 Terrace%Reservoir%Monte%Vista
September&18&Series%#9%Terrace%Reservoir%Monte%Vista
October&9 Series%#%10%Turkey%Rock%(The%Cups)
December%Christmas%Trials%PMI%date%to%be%announced
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