Archive for February, 2013

Thursday February 28th 2013

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Today is the last day of our shortest month, and as previously mentioned, it’s also my eldest brother’s birthday. - I have two brothers in England, and Don, who turns 81 today, used to ride Trials with me back in the 1950’s, after he got out of the RAF - We had some great times together, before we both got married and I moved to Canada. - In 1975 Don visited us in the Okanagan, and I took him up on Vernon Mountain, on a borrowed TL 125 Honda - the first time he had been on a bike for at least 30 years, and at age 69 at the time, he did extremely well on the very underpowered little bike. - These days, my brother likes to spend his leisure hours either playing golf, or flying gliders at the local club in Shropshire.


We appear to have a nice warm trend happening in the Valley, and the snow covered hills, although still white, will soon be showing some brown dirt, and the big melt can’t happen soon enough for me, as we are anxious to visit OK Falls to check out the South OKanagan Dirt Bike Club property, with a view to using it for our WTC National in May.

As most of our regular readers will know, we have been out riding now for about three weeks, in the Bear Creek area, and really have had some fantastic fun. - It just keeps getting better each time we go out. - Fortunately, my health seems to be much improved, with no more dizzy spells, and I’m really enjoying my new found energy.


The new Beta Enduro bikes are certainly getting a lot of good press World-wide, and some great results, both in the USA and Europe - A reminder to anybody interested that these are in big demand at the moment, so if you are interested in one of the new RR300 two stroke rockets, or the well proven 4 strokes, -  be sure to give us a call.

One sure sign of Spring, is the number of phone calls we get for used Trials bikes - these come from all over, with many customers, quite surprised when I tell them, that any used bikes I get in trade are usually gone within a week. This is probably because we only take in top quality used stuff, and always price it right. - We have also been in the market for a very long time.


Within the next few weeks, we expect to see shipments of lots of Trials gear from the UK - We have been selling Wulf stuff since the 1990’s, and always have a good selection on hand. - The Costa Italy special parts, are proving to be very popular, as are the Trick bits, that we bring in to add “Bling” to your bike.


I see that there have been more changes at Gas Gas - with management now buying approx 79% of the shares that were previously owned by the Bank. -You can read this story on the Enduro 21 website.


More news as it happens >>>>>>

Gas Gas, the Spanish motorcycle manufacturers started in 1985 by Narcís Casas and Josep Pibernat, have revealed that 73.09% of the companies shares have been purchased by the firms general management and an international group of investors. Vector Capital, a venture capital society of Banko Mare Nostrum (BMN) – a Spanish financial institution founded in 2012 – previously owned all 73.09% of the Gas Gas shares.
According to Gas Gas the buying of the shares will ‘further the development and consolidation of the brand that began in 2008 and that was updated in 2012.’ The new partners will provide knowledge in the sector as well as financial resources.

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Wednesday February 27th 2013

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

It’s birthday week at Mountain Motorcycle, with Brett yesterday, and Janis today - Congrats to you both - My eldest brother also has a birthday tomorrow - he turns 81, but still flies light aircraft and gliders, in the UK.


The FIM video ( see link yesterday) has certainly brought a lot of comments on the various web-sites. - Of course there are the usual people posting, and many make absolutely no sense, but like they say, everybody is entitled to their opinion. - Unfortunately, some keyboard ranters, have never done anything to help out at a club or National level, and really don’t know what they are talking about. - Blaming the ACU or the FIM, and referring to the hard working members as idiots, achieves nothing - if riders want changes made, they need to either run for office, or support who they think could do a better job. - The fact of the matter is, that the people voted in either politically or in the Motorcycle world, try to make decisions that are workable - somebody has to make the rules, and somebody has to enforce them. - end of story.


On a brighter note, - Jeff and myself played hooky again yesterday - we checked out a couple of spots on the Westside road, but with too much snow, we eventually found ourselves back at Bear Creek. - The weather was cloudy, but we were soon warmed up and made new lines on some of our favorite sections, which provided great practice, before I took Jeff to an area over on the South side that we have used before ( but not for quite a while)  - there was still some snow & mud on the trail, and one of the old sections that I wanted to try had snow on the slope before a mossy rock climb - in fact it looked impossible, but with Jeff acting as minder ( big drop off on the one side) I managed to get up the first part quite easily on the Evo 200, on the first couple of attempts, but with an awkward rocky double step, it was tough. - finally made it all the way up on to the second ledge & up the last bluff, by using 3rd & lots of clutch. Whew ! quite the workout, but very satisfying. ( a few pics added to the Bear Album)


I see that the Formula One Teams are back in Spain this weekend for their last test before they head to Australia in two weeks. - Lewis Hamilton seems to be going well in the new Mercedes, but all the teams appear to be close on the time sheets.


Tuesday February 26th 2013

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013


This is the heading of a video now posted on facebook, which has been made by the FIM to illustrate how they will score the 2013 World Rounds (Outdoor). - It shows most of the top riders practicing sections in Spain, with the score for a failure  shown as an X and a clean as a check mark.

Having watched this video, you can form your own opinion on how it will likely work, but at least the FIM have provided a tool for the 2013 riders and observers, in what has already been a very controversial move.  -At the present time, there is no plan to use the No Stop rules by the WTC in Canada.


We had a visit by Todd Nordin yesterday, as he was passing through Vernon, on route to a job in Kamloops this week - we chatted about last week’s CPTA Trial, and the new Beta - I showed him my 200. - Todd has a new 300 and his son Tanner, will be on a 250 for 2013. - It’s nice to see  many Fathers and sons enjoying the sport in Canada, like that old saying - a family that plays together stays together.

Weather today is cool, at zero this morning, but going up to +5, so I think Jeff and myself will head over to the Westside to check out one of our practice spots -  there are some advantages in either being old (me) or in between jobs (Jeff)

I will take some pics and post on the Bear album later.


Did anybody see the video posted by Cody Webb of that race last weekend Stateside, which featured both bikes and ATV’s on the same track ? - It looked like a great way to end up in the hospital.


The Moto GP boys are back at it testing in Sepang, but Dani Pedrosa is continuing where he left off at the last one, #1 on the time sheets. - The Formula One teams have also been testing in Spain, with all the top manufacturers  taking a turn leading the field.


More News as it happens>>> UPDATE: >

29 minutes ago

The SHERCO 300 IR was elected as the best off-road motorcycle with 23,17% of the votes in the most important internet election in Brazil.

This is a result of the joint efforts done by Sherco Motorcycles and Off Rush.


Monday February 25th 2013

Monday, February 25th, 2013

With the weather looking very gloomy yesterday, and snow in the forecast, we elected to stay home in the warm and watch the box. - First up was the Daytona 500, and while I hardly ever bother looking at Stock car racing, I decided to see just how Danica Patrick would fare against the boys after starting on pole - and the answer is, she did very well, leading the first lap, and running as high as 3rd until the last lap, when she got shuffled back to 8th, at the finish.

Next up, was the Hockey game, with the Cannuck’s playing Detroit, the last one in their hectic road trip. - Well, I didn’t watch this one for long, in fact after the first period, it was obvious that this would be one that the team would want to forget - final score was I think  8-3. - Friday Luongo was a hero, Sunday he was a zero.

Later I did another rare thing, by watching the Oscars with my darling wife - and to be honest I quite enjoyed the show - Shirley Bassey belted out a stirring rendition of “Goldfinger” - looking and sounding great at age 76. - too bad the younger crowd  can’t seem to hold a tune, and need head banging drums etc to help get their message across.


In bike news, it was all Aprilia at the World Superbike race in Australia, - in fact they finished 1-2-3 in race one, and 1-2 in the second go around.



Digit damage for Challoner

After a great start to his year with superb rides at Toulouse and Barcelona Beta rider Jack Challoner must now pause for a while to allow a broken finger to heal.

On Monday Jack simple Tweeted “No stop…………….. Broken finger!” along with the photo above.
No news yet on amount of time he will be off the bike but the next round of the X-Trial Championship is only just over a week away.

================================================>>>> UPDATE: Check out our Whats New page - for a great story on David Knight, plus a link to the last Xtreme enduro in the UK.

Sunday February 24th 2013

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

Well, it turned out to be another fabulous day out riding at Bear creek yesterday - I picked Jeff up and we headed down to Kelowna, keeping fingers crossed that the snow that was forecast would stay away. - And it did for most of the afternoon, with only one squall when we were high up on the ridge, which I got on video. - I’ve posted some more pics on the Bear Album, and also posted one of the videos of Jeff on Facebook - it seems that this year every ride gets better and better ( or is it Beta and Beta?) - One of the main reasons for getting out, was to test the carbon reeds in my Evo 200, and frankly we couldn’t notice anything earth shattering in performance - we did have to play with the air screw a bit, as it was running a bit rich on the bottom end, but without another identical bike to compare it with, it was hard to say whether this particular “Add on” is worthwhile. - The little bike continues to amaze me, and Jeff was very impressed after he took it for a  ride. - The bottom line is that the stock bikes are so good when they come out of the box, that it’s hard to improve on them.

Back home around 5pm, it was time to click on to the Speed Channel, and watch the Super Cross  - a very good night for James Stewart, and also Davi Milsap, who still leads the points race. - Barry called around this time and we chatted about maybe going out today, but it will depend on the weather, - young Chris Sorokovsky  also wants to go out.


In hockey news, the Cannuck’s play Detroit this afternoon - then of course in the evening there is all the bally-hoo about the Oscars, ( Which Momma Bear will have to watch in Studio 2 !!)

============================================>Here’s an Update from Trial Mag:


Andy Chilton ready for 2013

21 year old Whitby born trials star Andy Chilton begins an exciting and challenging trials season aiming to consolidate his name among the countries finest trials riders. After a very successful 2012, Andy is optimistic of adding to his growing list of successes.

Andy began riding at 3 years old and enjoyed great success in his youth career,competing in all youth categories, collecting 5 Youth Centre Championships, 2 British team wins and 4th overall in the British Championship.

Backed every inch of the way by enthusiastic parents, Andy`s dedication to the sport is never in question. A typical crowd pleaser – sponsors receive great value for money with his flamboyant, exciting style – but maturity has added strength in his will to win and every weekend come rain or shine, Andy travels the length and breadth of the country to compete.

2010 saw Andy complete his first year in adult ranks, gaining a creditable 5th position and three podium finishes in Expert `A` British championship, also experiencing a first taste of the famous Scottish Six Day Trial, The Scott (time and observation trial) and many other major events on the calendar.

2012, Andy moved to the top echelons of the Championship which was a huge challenge, but the young engineer coped remarkably well, achieving a personal best of 7th place and overall ranking of 12th. Mechanical failure in the SSDT when performing well was a bitter pill to swallow, but Andy, never one to suffer a lack of confidence, bounced back to secure a 2nd victory in the East Yorks 2-Day.

Andy comments “2012 has been a pretty good year. I’ve had ups and downs, but thrilled with my British Championship result and my riding is improving every time out. The switch to Beta machinery in May has proved really positive and I would like to thank every one of my sponsors and of course, mum and dad. Training has gone well over the last few months and I can`t wait to get started.”

Andy will be riding the 300cc Beta Evo 2- stroke machine with full backing from John Lampkin of Sponsorship from Marshall Transport Refrigerated Couriers and local company NC Plastering and Rendering LTD helps tremendously. Andy will ride all British Championship events, the SSDT, the Scott and selected major Nationals. In July, his first Junior World Championship at Penrith awaits.


Saturday February 23rd 2013

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

So here we are early on a Saturday morning - another birthday for old friend Sharon Cook, wife of Shane in Alberta, so Happy Birthday greetings go out to her, hope the weather in the Edmonton area is not too cold today - it’s +4 in our Valley this morning, with a call for flurries, but Jeff & myself might just try for a bit of practice later on when the sun is supposed to shine.


Another win for the Cannucks last night in a close game with the Predators  - they are back home tonight , so not sure if we will watch this or the Super X ( if it’s on TV)


Here is a nice couple of pics of Jordi showing his new signing, young Eddie Karlsson - good display of his Trophies .


Karlsson signs for Jotagas

The scandinavian rider Eddie Karlsson, signs with Jotagas for the season 2013; Eddie will participate in the world championship with his new JT 300 on the top class and will as well run the Swedish, with direct support from factory and from the ex rider and actual importer Leif Tigher.

Jordi Tarres and Eddie Karlsson

Jotagas has waited to close this agreement in order to present its complete sportive organization for this coming season that will integrate 32 riders from 14 different countries.


Bill De Garis has been over in Kenya, and while there helped organize the first Trial for many years - Bill rode a borrowed Beta, and beat out all the young guys in what sounds like a fun but very hot event. - Thanks to Trials Central for this story.

Motorcycle trials has returned to Kenya after a 25 year hiatus. In the Portland Cement Quarry at Athi River, 20 km to the south east of Nairobi, the East Africa Motor Sports Club (EAMSC) put on a small event.

3 riders were expected but 8 turned up as the course was laid out by Kenya motorcycle Legend (and latterly USA trial Champ) Bill de Garis. He was on hand on Sunday the 17th as the riders tackled 15 sections in the sandy spoil heaps and the rocky stacks of clinker.

The baking hot conditions meant no damp spots at all and the early sections were a series of loose sandy hills. After a curry lunch, the action returned to the clinker heaps, which were a favourite of spectators and photographers, and finished in a dry river bed by the beer tent.

kenya trials 2Bill de Garis won easily, giving away 30 plus years to his nearest competitor, and most importantly great good humour and invaluable tuition on what we were meant to be doing. 14 year old Dudi Brighetti showed great promise to come in third and a great camaderie was formed among all the riders and our gracious observer, Dr. Sunil Vinayak.

The next event is on June 8th, laid on by the Rift Valley Motorsports Club near Nakuru, where the walls of the rift slope down to massive volcanic craters……

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kenya trials 3Results

1 Bill de Garis - 21

2 Anto Nielsen - 27

3 Dudi Brighetti - 28

4 Salim Walimohamed - 33

5 Tom Cholmondeley - 35

6 Shivam Vinayak - 37

7 Mbabu Muturi - 39

8 Peter Pleitz - 49

Friday February 22nd 2013

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

It was 15 years ago today, that our first grand-daughter was born - Happy birthday Hannah, you’ve grown into a beautiful young lady, just like your Mum, we hope that you have a wonderful birthday, take lots of pics so that you keep the memories.


Reflecting on the above - it’s hard to believe ( and remember) everything that has happened in this time span - I was only 60 at the time - still going up some pretty big rocks - the new Bultaco was the talk of the Trials world, and we were still living in Kelowna., - a lot of water has gone under the bridge since then - we stepped into the computer age, and it wasn’t long before our web-site was being read by folks from all over the World. - Like they say “Time waits for no man”


I see that there are still lots of comments being posted regarding (and judging) the new “NO STOP” rules that will be implemented in World Trials this year. - A video on facebook today, shows Emma Bristow practicing the new system in Spain on her 2013 Sherco, and as expected, she copes very well, just as I’m sure the other top riders will.


The weather forecast called for snow overnight, but so far I don’t see any - yesterday it snowed lightly in the morning, then we had sunshine in the afternoon - maybe we’ll get lucky again today ( We would like to go riding) Update:

It’s now snowing lightly - mixture of snow & rain - Humbug!

Good news from the coast, with Ted Blow, now out of hospital, and doing well after being diagnosed with a form of cancer - reports say he has gained 13 lbs and eating well, while looking forward to getting out on a bike again. - Ted has been one of the tireless workers with the CPTA - cutting trails and helping promote the sport of both Trials and enduro. - We wish him well.


We had a call from a customer from a place called Bear Lake ,AB - and I couldn’t  think where this was located, but after he explained that it was between Dawson Creek and Peace River - it brought back memories from one of my trips while working for Yamaha Canada. - I used to cut across the secondary roads in this area while making dealer calls, and on one occasion - had three new MX bikes on a trailer behind my Station wagon, when the road turned into mud - they were working on a re-paving project, but still letting traffic through, although many vehicles had to be towed through one bad stretch - with my foot hard down and the Ford sideways a lot of the time, I managed to make it with the heavy steel trailer, but the three brand new yellow Yams, were now a sorry sight, absolutely plastered in mud, - it took a lot of coins in the car wash when I reached the next town to bring them back to their shiny condition. - Too bad we didn’t have digital cameras back then.


In Hockey  News - the Cannucks managed to win one on the road last night, in a fast & furious battle with the Dallas Stars  -they have one more game before returning to Vancouver this weekend.


Anybody in the market for new Michelin Trials  Tires this year,better be ready for a sticker shock - the rear X11 is now listed at over $300.  - and while there are other makes on the market, none are as good as the sticky Michelin’s, when it comes to slick rocks. ( we are shopping around at the moment for old stock)

Thursday February 21st 2013

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

With snow in the forecast for the next few days, it looks like our early season fun Friday’s will have to be put on hold - looking back at the blog from last year, I see that we had similar weather in 2012, and even super cold temperatures for the end of February. - But at least we did have three good days out on the bike this month.

One sign that Spring is on the way, is the number of phone calls we get, as riders place orders for parts and accessories - we have heard from a number of Albertan’s, who have a really bad case of cabin fever, and I see that Tony Down in Colorado, has a similar problem. - Tony has an interesting website called. .

We do have one bit of exciting news to reveal, as it has now become public on facebook - the young guy we helped out in 2009 with a Beta ride, is making a return to Trials in Alberta, and together with an English buddy, will ride Outlaw Beta 300’s.  - This should spice things up a bit at ATRA events. - watch out for Big Jake and his pal Adam.


Yesterday I fitted a set of the new carbon reeds to my Evo 200 - I like to keep up to date with all the Hype, and while the stock bikes these days come ready to win on - We do test some after-market stuff to see if indeed, it’s worth the money. - we will report back on this after we manage to get out for a ride.


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Wednesday February 20th 2013

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

A busy Tuesday for the old guy, with an early morning visit to the eye doctor for my annual check-up - glad to say the bionic lenses are holding up, and I won’t need a “Seeing Eye” dog anytime soon.

Back at the ranch, in time to meet up with Chris Sorokovsky, who is home from the North Country, and needed some parts to fix up his older Sherco, that he plans on giving to his uncle - Chris is excited to get out on his ex Todd Nordin Beta Evo, so we will try to arrange a ride before he has to go back to work.

Later it was all about paperwork, as I placed orders to the UK for Trials gear etc, as most people know, we stock everything for the Trials rider, so if you are needing a helmet, boots, clothing, or parts for your bike new or used, we can help - I see that we are the only Canadian shop listed by Wulfsport on their International  map - Beta USA are the other folks stocking the high quality stuff made in Scotland.

With all the changes in the rules for Trials at World level, I found it interesting to chat to our Calgary customer, who was here on Monday, to pick up the Beta Rev 3. - He asked about our local events as his observation in Alberta, was that Trials were all about hopping and bopping, and what he wanted a trials bike for, was to ride in the mountains. - Of course he was quite thrilled to hear that all our events in the Okanagan, feature a long loop, with natural obstacles, and fun to ride for all classes, plus  our stories of Joss rides and other trips, got him really excited. - As I continue to point out, Trials is not all about 3rd gear splats up rocky cliffs. - The recent trend for enduro bikes to be more “Trialsy” is testament to the fact that for most riders, a nice ride on tight trails, with spectacular views, is much preferred to bike breaking events. - I think that early season “Fun” days are the way to encourage new riders, where there is no pressure, just a chance to meet up with a bunch of other people with the same interest. ( Watch for news on one in the Valley in early April)


It’s nice to see the ladies doing well in our sport, Victoria Hett is excited about her new Husaberg ride, and will be going to an endurocross  at the coast pretty soon - Viccy is a charming young lady, who spent some time with us learning about trials skills, before competing in the ISDE last year. - I see that Heather Wall has posted that she would like to ride her Trials bike at that race - Heather has been a regular at Trials events for many years, and now lives in Powell River. - Christie Richards (Williams) from Vancouver regularly hangs a licking on the boys riding the advanced class, and at the World level, Laia Sanz, Becky Cook and Emma Bristow are amazing.
Of course Danica Patrick has made history on 4 wheels, as she starts on pole for the Daytona 500, while over in Alberta young Lexy Pechout, has been turning a few heads, with great results in both enduro and ice racing.


So the Cannucks lost another one last night - I must confess that I switched over when the score got to be 3-1 - funny how their long winning streak, has now gone in the other direction.


Still lots of Hells Gate videos popping up on facebook - Cody Webb and Graham Jarvis are getting lots of press, hopefully they will also be making a few dollars.


More news as it happens >>>>>> Anybody fancy a visit to the Isle Of Man in August ? - Check out this about the Manx Two Day Trial.


Manx National 2 Day Trial 2013, Entries now open

Entries are now open for the 2013 Manx National 2 Day Trial. Normally the entries open a little later but with increased demand for space on the ferries to the Isle of Man at that time of year the details have been released early.

The Manx is a traditional non-stop National trial taking in a vast variety of terrain and sections over 2 days, where you will get to virtually every corner of the Island.

The event is firmly established at the core of the new Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling and regularly attracts over 250 competitors across Solo (Expert and Clubman) and Sidecar classes.

The event itself takes place as usual over the August Bank Holiday weekend and gives visitors the opportunity to watch some Manx Grand Prix practice and racing around the TT mountain course.

In addition this year sees the first running of the Classic TT where many of today’s leading TT stars will be taking to the track on Superbikes from the 1970’s and 1980’s.

To obtain the necessary entry forms just go to the website and you will find them all available.

Travel Discounts
The organisers are pleased to confirm that they have again negotiated a discount with the Islands ferry company to enable all competitors to get 10% off standard fares to the Island. However there is already very limited space on the ferries so don’t delay in making arrangements. Details of how to take advantage of this offer are available to download from the event website

Staying in Touch
The event website has recently been updated with information on how to get to the Island and useful links to help get accommodation booked. Also available on the website are details of how to get an entry, copies of past results and a gallery of pictures from previous events.

You are also able to follow the Manx 2 Day on Twitter, just search for @manx2daytrial for the latest news on what’s happening. And finally you can also ‘like’ the Manx 2 Day’s very own Facebook page as another method of staying in touch.

For further enquiries please contact:
Press – Andrew Cubbon –
Entries – Tony Temple –

Tuesday February 19th 2013

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Old man winter, is still hovering around the Valley, as we had a light skiff of snow last night - the forecast looks a bit unsettled for the rest of the week.


It was a busy day yesterday, as Yurek arrived from Calgary to pick up the nice 2008 Rev 3, we had for sale - we had a really nice visit, and chatted about him and his wife Beth, moving to the Okanagan when they retire in a couple years. - like many Alberta residents, they would like to get out of the big city routine, and the OK Valley is a favorite place.

While we were loading up the Beta, we had another old friend stop by, to check out the bikes - I last saw Ian Mason around 2008, when I took him out riding on Vernon Mountain, to see if he would like a Trials bike - on that day, he rode my Beta, while I was on the Sherco 4T - I recall we had a fun time, and I guess the seed was planted because Ian ended up buying the 2012 Sherco we had in the shop.  - Ian has now moved to Quesnel and has 10 acres to ride on. ( getting quite a few Trials bikes in that area)


I see that it was a good day for Beta at the Ioco Trial last Sunday, as they took 5 of the 6 classes, in the season opener - Bill Sparks finished ahead of Todd Nordin (Beta) and Alex Walton (Sherco) in the Expert.


We have just received a pic of a very nice Fantic 200 from Steve Fracy - it’s a beauty. and I will post it on our Classic album - As many of you know these bikes are super strong, and in fact many years ago the English legend, Don Smith rode a 125 version in the Scottish, which he said seemed more like a 250. - Steve will be a hard man to beat on this new weapon at the Outlaw Vintage.


Here’s a link to a very good site for all Motor sport enthusiasts -with some great videos of past masters like Stirling Moss ( I saw him drive F1 in the 1950’s - once in a 4 wheel drive Ferguson at Oultin Park)
Motor Sport Retro