Archive for March, 2017

Friday March 31st 2017

Friday, March 31st, 2017

It’s been a busy week so far at the Outlaw shop - this is local VOR Club Prez Travis Dunbar, who just picked up a new 2017 Beta RR430 - (The smile says it all )    -  Another Beta Trials bike went out the same day, but I forgot to take a pic. - then Thursday we got the first TRS Raga 300 in for another Vernon customer Josef Reschreiter. ( Below)
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Check out the video of some Betas in action >    Beta RR300 in Hard Enduro Terrain

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As everybody knows, my main interest regarding Off Road, has for many years, been Trials, although I did a fair amount of Cross Country Racing in the 70’s, eventually calling that quits in 1986.   However, the new Beta line up of Enduro bikes, really are magic, so I’m helping out a couple of our local club riders.

Next week we have more Beta Trials bikes arriving, so spring has certainly got everybody motivated to get out & ride. .


I must say the new TRS Raga 300 that just came in, was a real eye opener for me - it is a fantastic bike, and much different from the 250 stock model we have as a demo. - The first surprise was how easily it started - big bores can sometimes be a struggle for me, but this unit is easy on the right leg, and fires up first kick.  Out in the yard, it felt awesome right out of the box - powerful, but smooth. - I was totally impressed and could have stayed riding it all afternoon, but I had to deliver it to Josef. (Darn)
After explaining the various features, I left him to ogle over it and then  test ride  in his own Trials practice area which he has set up on his property.

As expected, he later emailed to say what an incredible  job the Jordi Tarres Team have done on this latest model.  ( This is only the 3rd one in Canada to date)  The weekend looks like being fun.
Now as everybody knows, I love my Betas, but with this new kid on the block, I’m now happy to be able to offer something a little bit different as well, -  after all, like my old buddy Walt used to say ” It’s whatever turn’s you on”  ( A few years ago we sold Beta, Gas Gas, and Sherco)
We have new Beta Evos on the floor and more coming, and also more TRS models available, so if you are in the market for a new bike or anything else to do with Trials, why not give us a call.

In World Trials News  - The final round of the 2017 X Trial series wraps up in Nice France this weekend -

Ferrer back in the mix for Nice

Alexandre Ferrer – Sherco will be hoping to give himself a late birthday present when he appears as a wild card rider at the fourth and final round of the 2017 FIM X-Trial World Championship in Nice, France this coming Friday. The experienced Frenchman from the region of Pertuis, two hundred kilometres west of Nice, celebrates his twenty-seventh birthday two days before the series concludes in the Mediterranean city and will be aiming to earn himself a place in the final on his twentieth X-Trial start

This is why we sometimes refer to Indoor Trials as a “Circus”  - Promoters spend a ton of money on all the glitz.

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Thursday March 30th 2017

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

A few days ago, I mentioned the various types of riding gear available for Trials riding, back in the day. It was a time of change, with some riders, like Mick Andrews, testing different gear, rather than look like everybody else, dressed in a black waxed cotton jacket & pants made by Barbour or Belstaff.   - As the weather in the UK was far from either dry or warm for most events held during the winter months, it was important to be dressed in something, both water-proof and warm. - On very wet days, I remember we often wrapped a small white hand towel around our neck, held in place by the collar of our jacket, to soak up the rain.
The reason I remember this particular outfit worn by Mick, was because he gave me an identical one in black many years ago, which was very nice of him, however I soon realized why, as the first time I wore it, I roasted.  - The one piece suit, did not breathe, and I was soon sweating like a pig - Thanks Mick.
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Still talking about riding gear - this is a shot of me at the 1976 Moose Mountain Cross Country - leather pants, and belted jacket, plus an open face helmet, with a bolted on “Iron Jaw”  - I preferred this to a full face helmet at that time because they were too hot and confining. -

As with all things, motorcycle gear has come a long way, with a variety of colorful stuff available on the market.

For modern Trials, it’s important to dress with lightweight  riding gear, which is not hot, and will not impede the rider, when moving around on the bike. - A few years ago, we had a new rider show up in snowmobile gear, complete with full face helmet  - suffice to say that he was steaming like a kettle, after the first short hill climb.

Even having the right gloves is important, and although in this pic, I’m wearing the heavier padded units ( You will notice that I don’t have hand guards on my IT 400 )  - For Trials, it’s best to have thin well fitting gloves in order to get the best “Feel” for the throttle.  ( In the old days, many top riders would ride the sections without gloves for this reason ( plus the gloves were usually wet anyway)

For fast bush riding or racing, goggles are a “must” - but for Trials we find that safety glasses  work well., and don’t fog up like goggles ( riding in Scotland goggles are definitely required , because of the long distance road parts of the daily loop, which are over 100 miles per day)
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So there you have it - Looking smart out on your bike, is good, but choosing the correct gear for the job will not only keep you warm in bad weather,  and cool when it’s hot. - Don’t forget MX boots are not the way to go for Trials, they are too stiff and have the wrong sole.

Wednesday March 29th 2017

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

I was chatting to Taff last night, and he mentioned how some of the local guys were getting all excited about the warmer weather, getting their street bikes out etc, which is great, but anybody who has lived in Alberta for any length of time knows that, old man winter always like to fool people. - This is a pic of my van in Calgary on April 22nd a few years ago - I was in town for the first Trial of the year.

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It was a very busy day at the Outlaw homestead yesterday- phone ringing off the hook, then later customers picking up new bikes - not that we are complaining, as we love this time of the year.  - We have more bikes on the way, both Beta and TRS, plus the accessory shelves are full, so if you need something, give us a call. - The past couple of rides, I’ve worn a new set of Wulf Trials pants, and must say I like them, the quality and fit is great.


It’s the Victoria club’s Joe Brown Memorial Trial this Sunday & Roger Boothroyd sent us this poster - Joe was another great guy who was taken too early by Cancer,  I got to know him quite well during the time I worked for Yamaha Canada.

Click for poster for Joe Brown Major trial


I see that Billy Traynor has bought himself another Beta - when asked why he cancelled his Vertigo order, Billy said he didn’t like the Fuel Injection - not surprising really as he was always keen on Mikuni carbs. ( The new Beta model’s come with a Keihin)

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First victory for James Dabill with Gas Gas in the Burgundy Indoor Trial

The Gas Gas Trial Factory Trial rider blazed his way to victory in the Chalon Coliseum in front of over three thousand cheering spectators in one of the most spectacular, colourful international events organised by Bernard Estripeu. Gaël Chatagno, the promising young French trial rider finished fourth on home turf in an indoor event which year after year attracts all the greatest names of trial.

Last Friday the Chalon sur Saône Coliseum hosted one of the most famous indoor trial events designed by Bernard Estripeau. James Dabill was the star of the show at the Burgundy Indoor Trial, an indoor event, which as is habitual with the shows organised by the French organiser, was notable for its colour and spectacle.

The Gas Gas Factory Trial Team rider achieved his first international victory on his new Gas Gas TXT 300 Racing from the brand from Girona, ahead of riders with such high standing as Jaime Busto and Benoït Brincaz.

The latest addition to the official Gas Gas team, the French rider Gaël Chatagno, is also well worth giving a mention to, as after being cheered along by over three thousand spectators in the exciting atmosphere of the Coliseum in Chalon, almost got a place on the podium. Chatagno finally finished fourth, after a great showing from this young personality of French trial.

Chalon International Indoor Trial 

  1. James Dabill (Gas Gas)
  2. Jaime Busto
  3. Benoït Brincaz
  4. Gaël Chatagno (Gas Gas)

Photo: Gas Gas


Good news for people coming to our popular Outlaw Trial at Scotch Creek on the May long weekend - there is a new B&B opened up near Crowfoot that caters to groups - I hope to have full details shortly.


The Squamish Trials club, have posted details of their new web-site Trials 99 - it will be run by Chessy Knight -  more on this as we find out.


Tuesday March 28th 2017

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Here is a pic I took of my 2017 Beta Evo 200 demo and as you can see we have “blinged” it up a bit.  - We have been riding one of these models since they came out in 2009, I think it would be fair to say, we know  them very well.  While most Trials riders opt for it’s larger brothers, the 200 ( inspired by John Lampkin) is perhaps the best bike for most  riders, and has lots of power.  - It can do amazing things in the hands of an Expert, but is gentle enough for beginners as it comes out of the box. - ( We pull 4th gear a “LOT” on this bike.) -  If you are interested in any of the Beta line up - feel free to call us ( We don’t care what part of the Country you live in, we are always happy to pass on our secrets - and we ship Trials accessories all across Canada)

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Check out this young Beta rider - they start them young in Europe.



A guy from Ontario posted on FB regarding the 1993 Yamaha TYZ - seems he has two of these, and was surprised when I informed him that very few were imported into Canada  ( Walt bought 5) - Having worked for Yamaha for so many years, and being so involved with the competition side, plus being in Scotland when the Prototype was ridden by the Japanese test rider. - I was really disappointed  when I opened the crate in 1993, to find none of the changes suggested by Mick Andrews, had been incorporated ( Walt & myself discussed this with Mick in Scotland)

Unfortunately it got worse as the bike was not only very big and bulky, but the motor kept stalling - I did not have a great first day out.  - A late night phone call to Mick in the UK, asking why the mods had not been made, resulted in him telling me that although he was in Japan in August 1992 - the factory told him “No time to change” - he added that “Everybody hates them over here (UK). - Mick did help me with a couple of mods that at kept the engine from stalling, but after 3 months of struggling with the bike, I  got  a phone call from Don Clark offering me the Gas Gas/ Beta franchise. - The rest as everybody knows is history.

The moral of the story is that ALL the factories make mistakes sometimes  and bring out a “Dud”

With the Scottish only 4 weeks down the road - we hope the weather is better than this shot I took in 1992. !!

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Monday March 27th 2017

Monday, March 27th, 2017

What a great ride we had yesterday - we posted it as a FUN day - but only the three of us took advantage of the snow free conditions to ride up on the ridge - Dale ( on the Gasser) lives in Summerland, and is new to trials, so we will forgive him for having those god awful bush guards on his bike.  - Although the usual reply to this when we mention this - is it “Saves breaking a lever” - unfortunately - these metal guards can very easily break your wrist if you go over the bars - easily done if you are a newbie on a Trials bike. ( Wrists take a long time to heal) -We see this quite a lot with Enduro riders, who get into Trials. - If you must fit these please use the plastic flexible units.

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Dale enjoyed his day out, and seems to take instruction well - was smiling most of the time I saw him - Shane continues to improve, and will tackle most sections that we set up.

This is a pic I took of Pete, four years ago, in  Summerland - although we rode through some snow drifts that day, we were able to make it around our 20 km loop.  Hopefully we can get out there in three weeks time ( Easter Sunday)  The snow this year has been brutal, but we look forward to our first ride at this location. ( Will be thinking of you Pete)

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And this is one of the sights you get to see if you decide to join us.

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And here is the video for today - brilliant riding by Adam Raga - I get tired just looking at all the effort he puts in ( might be showing off a bit) At any rate it would appear that this section could be “Cleaned” with going through so many acrobatics - very clever & likely popular with the spectators.



It looks like Christy Williams had a good weekend down South competing in the first round of the US National series - the results were hard to read so not quite sure who did all the winning.


Sunday March 26th 2017

Sunday, March 26th, 2017

As Toni Bou heads for his 11th indoor Trials Championship, the story this season, has really been ” Can anybody beat him?”  -The only rider even close, has been Adam Raga - Bou riding the million dollar Honda, backed by the largest Motorcycle company in the World - Raga  riding for a small Spanish factory in it’s second year of production. - Last night, Raga came within one point of winning in Marseille, and was in fact leading after the qualifiers. - ( Raga did beat Bou in 2016 at the Sheffield Indoor)

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Big smiles from the winner - a bit of a ” jeez what do I have to do to beat this guy ” from Adam, while third man on the podium Cabestany, doesn’t look happy - ( The girls do)

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Just as I thought - this was posted today on FB - In spite of holding public meetings, which were attended by large groups of Off Road clubs, including one yesterday in Edmonton - the sneaky Politicians in Alberta, had already made up their mind regarding the Castle area in the Southern part of the Province ( Just as they did in the 70’s with Peter Lougheed’s Government)   Be aware that this can also happen in BC so be very careful who you vote for in the upcoming election.

at Kinahan to say NO to the RV BAN in Castle mountain.
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So last nite I talked to 3 guys that were kicked out of the castle for random camping. The forestry officer told them that random camping is not allowed in a provincial park. There is no camp sites open in the castle right now so they had no choice but to leave the area all together they were told that the castle was declared a park on January 19 and there was nothing they could do about it. So spring is almost here and we are all screwed.========================================>Steve Holcombe ( Beta) came very close to winning the first Enduro in Europe, which was held in snowy conditions in Finland - On the first day all the top six spots were filled by home country riders - but the UK rider managed a superb 2nd place at the end. ( not sure who won)

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Sebastian Vettel ( Ferrari) wins Round one in the Australian Formula One - 2nd was Hamilton, 3rd Bottas - There were 7 retirements including the Canadian. Lance Stoll.

Now it’s time to load up ready to head to Bear Ridge for some fun of our own & the sun is shining !!!

more later!!


Saturday March 25th 2017

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

This is quite a famous photograph, taken by Peter Howdle at the 1961 Scottish Six Days Trial - it shows Gordon Jackson taking his only “Dab” all week, a remarkable achievement that has never been repeated.

The Observer on the left, who marked this score, was none other than David Johnson, a Scotsman who moved to Calgary and was in fact a Montesa dealer for a few years.

And here is Gordon Jackson in 2011, posing with his beautifully restored ,record breaking AJS

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The X Trial in France will be starting shortly, and once again Toni Bou is favored to finish on top of the box - so far only Adam Raga has given Bou any real competition, but the wild card entry tonight will be Jaime Busto - the other Team Honda rider who really needs a good result in order to impress his Japanese bosses, - more on this later.


After qualifying for the Formula One  race in Australia, it appears to be a battle between Mercedes and Ferrari - Hamilton is on pole with Vettel in second, followed by Bottas ( Mercedes) then Kimi Raikinen in the other Ferrari. - McLaren are still struggling with the Honda engine and are well down the field - they are reported to be in talks with Mercedes to replace their engine supplier.


If you are a History buff, and like to read or see stuff from the second world war - check out this video  ( quite long)  - I have this book, but was not aware that they had put it all on film.
Richard Hillary - A Fighter Pilot’s Story


Here are the results from the Moto GP Practice at Qatar - as you can see a few surprises, with Lorenzo struggling on the Ducati, and Rossi way down the list - However, things are likely to change by Sunday.

GRAND PRIX OF QATAR MotoGP Free Practice Nr. 3 Classification 2017

1 25 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 339.5 1’54.834  
2 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 337.5 1’54.848 0.014 / 0.014
3 5 Johann ZARCO FRA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 341.0 1’55.008 0.174 / 0.160
4 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 348.0 1’55.042 0.208 / 0.034
5 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 344.0 1’55.113 0.279 / 0.071
6 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR LCR Honda Honda 339.8 1’55.211 0.377 / 0.098
7 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 343.0 1’55.296 0.462 / 0.085
8 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA OCTO Pramac Racing Ducati 344.7 1’55.435 0.601 / 0.139
9 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Ducati Team Ducati 348.7 1’55.461 0.627 / 0.026
10 41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 344.8 1’55.634 0.800 / 0.173
11 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA Pull&Bear Aspar Team Ducati 347.0 1’55.676 0.842 / 0.042
12 94 Jonas FOLGER GER Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 338.3 1’55.713 0.879 / 0.037
13 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 342.6 1’55.790 0.956 / 0.077
14 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Pull&Bear Aspar Team Ducati 345.6 1’56.095 1.261 / 0.305
15 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 341.3 1’56.249 1.415 / 0.154
16 53 Tito RABAT SPA EG 0,0 Marc VDS Honda 339.9 1’56.617 1.783 / 0.368
17 45 Scott REDDING GBR OCTO Pramac Racing Ducati 342.7 1’56.662 1.828 / 0.045
18 43 Jack MILLER AUS EG 0,0 Marc VDS Honda 341.7 1’56.692 1.858 / 0.030
19 22 Sam LOWES GBR Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 336.3 1’56.854 2.020 / 0.162
20 76 Loris BAZ FRA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 338.3 1’56.935 2.101 / 0.081
21 8 Hector BARBERA SPA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 345.8 1’57.005 2.171 / 0.070
22 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 340.1 1’57.630 2.796 / 0.625
23 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 336.8 1’57.654 2.820 / 0.024

Friday March 24th 2017

Friday, March 24th, 2017

OK so this is your official reminder, if you want to join us for a get-together on Sunday - We plan on being at Bear Ridge at 11am - This is our secret winter riding area, near Kelowna, so if you want to join us & need directions please call or email for info:  - I will have both Beta and TRS bikes available for test rides around the parking lot.


Here’s a pic of Bernie Schreiber  - the only American rider to ever win the World Trials Championship and the Scottish Six Days. However, the story today, is about the gear he is wearing or not wearing.

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Number one of course, is the absence of a helmet, not required until the mid-70’s - and the rubber boots, favored by most, because back then creek sections were all part of the game. ( And still are in Europe)  Also many riders did not wear gloves, at least not when riding the sections.

As an old timer, I remember this very well,  because this is how things were back in the day - the traditional “Barbour suit” or later Belstaff   ( promoted by Sammy)  was made of waxed cotton and worn universally in the 1950’s. - ( it was usually raining for Trials in the UK)  - In later years - TT Leathers brought out a more colorful version of this in red & yellow, and as guys like Martin Lampkin wore one of these, naturally the local club riders, ( including me) - followed his lead.

The Traditional British Flat cap, was replaced with an open face helmet, but the early versions covered a wide variety - some ( Mick Andrews) even wore Horse Show Jumping helmets - until the FIM made new rules that required the type of light helmets we see today.

The rubber boots, were replaced by MX style leather units, but as these  were both stiff and usually had a steel toe cap, it wasn’t long before  the supple fine grain leather Trials boots came on the market.

The modern riding gear is both colorful and flexible, with a wide variety available - it just depends on what you like of how fashionable you wish to be. - Some riders prefer to wear MX gear, but this tends to be very bulky, and hinders moving around on the bike, others like the World Stars are dressed in the tight fitting spandex style - not really an option for many club riders with a “Portly” body frame.
So there you have it - it’s all about keeping up with the latest fashion, and just as bikes have evolved, so has the riding gear.  ( We stock it all at Outlaw)

This is a pic from the early 70’s of the Editor riding up a very steep rocky climb at a Calgary Trial - English style cap with goggles to keep it on - light open neck shirt - Barbour pants over rubber boots ( I still have these boots) & the bike was a 73 Bultaco Sherpa T 325cc.
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This is a great shot of Sammy on his Ariel 500 - GOV 132 - He is wearing an early Trials Helmet, but still Belstaff jacket & pants over “Firemen’s” leather boots -  these were a stop-gap, between the old rubber boots and the newer units designed exclusively for Trials.

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Thursday March 23rd 2017

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Defending champion Toni Bou - Repsol Honda continues his defence of the FIM X-Trial World Championship at round three of the 2017 series in Marseille, France this coming Saturday. The Spanish superstar is unbeaten so far this year with victories in Barcelona, Spain and Wiener Neustadt, Austria and starts as a strong favourite to make it a hat-trick of wins in the Palais des Sports.

Once again his closest competition is likely to come from fellow Spaniards Adam Raga – TRS, Jeroni Fajardo – Vertigo and Albert Cabestany – Sherco. Along with Bou this trio have made up the top four at the opening two rounds, but they will have to raise their game if they are going to stop the reigning champion taking another step towards an unprecedented eleventh title in eleven years.

Since 2002 Marseille has featured in the FIM Indoor / X-Trial World Championship calendar every year apart from 2013 and Bou has won on the last five occasions the series has visited the historic Mediterranean city.

Raga’s two second places put him second in the title chase, but at the halfway stage he is already ten points behind Bou. Cabestany, the 2002 champion and the last rider to beat Bou in Marseille back in 2010, is tied on points with Fajardo, but holds third by virtue of his better result in Wiener Neustadt where he took the final step on the podium just one mark behind Raga.

British champion James Dabill - Gas Gas and Japanese favourite Takahisa Fujinami - Repsol Honda are also tied on points with Dabill’s better performance in Austria earning him fifth in the table with Germany’s Franz Kadlec - Gas Gas in seventh.

The eight-man field for Marseille is completed by Spanish wild card rider Jaime Busto – Repsol Honda, aged nineteen, who finished fifth in the opening round of this year’s FIM X-Trial World Championship in Barcelona, missing the cut for the final by two marks.

From Marseille the 2017 FIM X-Trial World Championship stays in France, signing off with the final round in Nice on 31st March.

Photo - FIM/Good-Shoot


This 2016 Beta Evo 300 4T is for sale in Vernon and would be a great buy for somebody — it’s like new with only a few hours on it, due to rider injury - Price is $9350.00 +Tax  ( New 2017 model is over 11 grand. - Call me if you are interested in checking it out.
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How about Sammy Miller ?  when people use the word “Legend”  ( sometimes in the wrong context) this man is surely at the top of the list.  - Now aged 84, Sammy this week rode his beautifully restored Matchless in the London to Brighton event.

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This is another Sammy Miller bike - it’s the Norton that won the 1907 TT in the Isle of Man - Sam found it in Argentina and spent a year restoring it to it’s former glory. The photo is taken outside Sammy’s Museum, which houses some of the most wonderful motorcycles ever built.

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Wednesday March 22nd 2017

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

Well I got the photo results from Dale Wellborn regarding snow conditions at Summerland - and here it is - a view of the area where we normally park by the “Bird Bath” - so obviously we will not be riding at this location Sunday - it will be Bear Ridge again, where the snow has pretty much all melted.


Here is a neat little video clip of the Trial Arinsal  - I like it because it shows the type of terrain covered in some of the best Trials events>

Onboard Trial TRS One 300 | 2 días trial Arinsal

Somebody asked me the other day “What exactly is a Trial ?”     - after thinking about it for a moment, I replied ” It’s a competition that involves a Trail ride, with spots along the way to test the rider’s skill in traversing the most difficult parts”   - I then explained the scoring system and the various classes.

The comment I received was sadly rather typical these days when the wide eyed person said ” Oh! - I thought it was all about hopping from rock to rock, like you see on the videos”

This photo courtesy Cycle World, says it all as the 2017 Moto GP gets underway this weekend at Qatar.MotoGP


After many years riding Gas Gas machinery - Steve Day has bought himself a new Vertigo, and appears to have adapted to the new bike very well with a fine 4th place finish in the Expert Class at the CPTA Ioco Trial last Sunday. ( Don’t know who took the photo)

Steve will also be the man in charge at the Outlaw Team Squid Trial at Ioco on April 23rd - the first round in the 2017 Outlaw Series.
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