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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Old Geezer, Jan 10, 2013.
Oh I'm sorry, do you have a National Championship on one?
Didn't think so.
Wha, I can only "Like" this once???
GAWD I love this!!!
Have fun amigo!
Last MWVTA event of the year.
The perfect cool temperatures of the fall riding season is here!
Join us at Haystack Mtn., near Roswell, NM, for the MWVTA event, Oct 20-21. MWVTA features all years of trials riding machines and people, to include the modern class. It's fun to see the variety of machines that show up to the vintage events and a great group of people to meet and ride with.
Saturday group ride, Saturday late afternoon pot-luck, Sunday group ride.http://mtwestvintagetrials.org/event/mwvta-2018-roswell-rounds-13-14/?instance_id=340
anyone can ride a MWVTA event, however you must be an AMA member for insurance purposes. Annual membership fees are currently $15 for a calendar year. Event fees are $25 per day for MWVTA members or $35 per day for non-members.
Loading the camper and the trailer. Gonna be a good time out at Haystack!
I just finished loading the camper also, bringing three bikes, Chris you might like one of them, a 1993 XR650L with 1500 original miles, I know Shoemaker will drool over it. It might be for sale. Have not decided if I will pull into Haystack tomorrow afternoon or Thursday.
He won't...too new and it runs.
You showing up there, Nancy??
No sir...previous riding plans down south.
One Vintage Trials weapon ready for the weekend!
Using Miss Bitters' Fantic as a loop-marking mule -
Check my avitar!
BetaRambo dragged his TR34 out as well to check out sections.
Weapo....oh, wait, that ones been used.
Love the stick figure plate.
Friggin' awesome pic!!!
Riding Yamahas this weekend, jackass. I'll show your pic to Ronnie S. and John C. though...
League pits under construction earlier....
Speaking of Honda`s, did Mal get the 450L delivered yet? By the way you guys are the most organized bunch of Buffone`s that I ever seen! Garrett is missing out.
Mal passed on the 450L and instead picked up a 4 wheeler for the farm.