Wednesday April 13th 2016

We got a a call from Sean Bird yesterday - he was busy working on his Beta, getting ready for the Trial this weekend at Ioco - Sam has also arrived back from China, so we are looking forward to hooking up with these guys on Sunday.


It’s been pretty busy around the Outlaw shop lately, with a load of new Evos to  set up & deliver - the first Factory 300 went to Ross up at Scotch Creek, and I zipped up there on Monday evening - managed to do the trip in 1 hr 30 mins - door to door - the Salmon Valley road is twisty, but saves some time.  - After chatting to Ross for a bit - I went up the hill to see Jake & drop off a couple of things for him. - We will be doing this drive a lot more in the next month, with the Outlaw Trial coming up on the May long weekend - as usual Ross and his helpers have things all figured out - but one change this year, will be a return to running the Vintage class on Saturday starting at noon, followed by the kids event around the campsite in the evening - then the Modern Class goes Sunday (just one day) - We will have the poster up next week.

If anybody is traveling from Edmonton to the Shuswap or Okanagan area in the next few days - please give us a call, as we have a Beta Evo 200 to pick up.


Please Note ! - my email is acting up today - so if you sent me anything in the past 24 hours I likely have not seen it - phone me at (250)545-6139


This is a memory from a few years ago - Ben, Harold & Mark at the Outlaw Trial


Like a lot of riders in the current World Rounds - young Jack Shepard was frustrated by the FIM “No Stop” rules at the Spanish event. - The WTC ( World Trials Canada) have not moved to this checking system, which we feel does not do anything to improve the events, after all, the sport has always been about “Balance and Throttle control”

Here is Jack with his team minders.

More news as it happens >>>

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