H - I figure that was your Sherco ST2.0 (formerly nwcycle's daughters bike). When the PITS guys see it with a Green Sticker they will be so jealous - and it will be worth much more. Jim and Allison mentioned they saw you on Saturday, we rode the British-American Cup on Sunday. Call me if you want to ride this weekend - I'll round up the fellas, : undertheoaks, SVJ, and The_Toe_Cutter got their trial by fire first taste this weekend - it kicked my ass! My daughter and I have Green Sticker bikes; undertheoaks 2005 GasGas 280 is Green Sticker; SVJ's 2006 GsGas280 is Green Sticker, and I think The_Toe_Cutter GasGas 250 ECO has a Red sticker. Jim and Allison and the others you met up North don't even register their bikes. PITS members with unregistered bikes became an issue at the Prairie City event last month. I'm fortunate to have a California street plated 2011 GasGas EC300 . The others I ride with run plated KTM 200EXC or 300EXC 2-strokes. I sold my daughters plated KDX200 to fund her GasGas Pro200. Clay Stuckey, the North American GasGas Enduro importer, terminated the California dealer network in 2011. In the Trials context, LewisportUSA does import trials bikes into California. Compliance with the legal requirements (CHP 888) are pretty straightforward. A signed CA DMV REG256 acknowledging legal compliance with CHP888; an official brake and light inspection performed by a certified location; a VIN verification (to confirm the VIN 8th digit isn't a '3' or a 'C') and odometer reading (I mount a GPS or a bicycle computer) performed by the DMV; and the appropriate CA DMV License Plate and Registration Fees is all that I've needed to get a CA Street Plate in legal accordance to Section 70 of the California DMV Registration Manual. Caveat Emptor: I'm not a dealer - and the above mentioned Manufacturer compliance (Required by the California Air Resource Board - C.A.R.B.) for emissions was not applied to me. I'm confident that we can get street plates on both my Gasser trials bikes if I pursued it. In summary there are opportunities to ride trials in California regardless of if you have or do not have a California registered trials bike. We just use California premium pump gas - no problem. The hydrophilic properties of Ethanol are well known, so I don't leave the gas sit in my tank for over a week. With trials fuel tanks holding less than 1 gallon; if I know I'm not going to use the gas within a week, I just drain it and use it in my truck.