Saturday April 7th 2018

Here are the results of what they call the X trial des Nations  -
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Well Saturday was pretty cloudy & dull in the Valley - but my customers from Williams Lake who arrived said they had snow up their way - A nice couple of “Mature” gentlemen” - who both arranged to buy TRS bikes from the old guy - We also promised to head back up to their neck of the woods this year, and I explained that we held a few Trials at McLeese Lake a few years ago.  - Both these guys live close to Crown Land - so this area definitely  is on the agenda for 2018.

In other related topics - the Alberta Forestry area is still very much under the gun, with a Political Power that appear to have  links to the USA Environmental movement -( they have HUGE funding)  lots of under cover BS going on here - all the more reason to make your vote count in the next election

This is Gary MacDonald, with the bike he will ride in next months Scottish Pre-65 - It’s a 350 Triumph Twin  specially built by the same engineer who supplied Gary with the BSA Bantam last year - he is hoping to take another win in the two day event.
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They sure know how to advertise Trials events in Europe - check this out>

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We have just heard that Trials Canada Editor and WTC Director Bob Johns is on the mend after his Heart Surgery - I’m sure that all our readers wish him a speedy recovery.


The Tragic accident in Saskatchewan involving the Humboldt Broncos Hockey Team - is on everybody’s mind today - I traveled this area a lot when working for Yamaha. Our condolences to the families.
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