Friday June 12th 2020

Below are a couple of pics from our Wednesday ride down at Summerland - in the top one I’m eating my lunch at a spot overlooking Agur Lake - not sure what the metal tower that I’m leaning against is all about - the bottom pic is another one taken by Ted - as I’m riding down an easier section of the trail.
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The pics of the 2021 TRS Xtrack are out !!  & they look stunning.
X-Track Series 2021

⚫️ #TRRS XTrack ONE 2021 - 300, 280, 250 & 125
The new Range Xtrack for 2021, built up by models RR & ONE, consolidates both, a new concept and a new way of understanding and practicing the sport of trials, providing the best combination between performance, added value and versatility.
TRS Motorcycles has worked to implement the latest technical developments in the Xtrack RR and ONE 2021 models, such as the new electric start system that this time, places the battery behind the front light, thus providing the model, of additional room under the sit, which allows to place any type of tools that may be necessary during a ride through the mountain, and facilitating again an easy conversion to 100% trial without losing the option of the electric start system.
From a design perspective, this time the Xtrack RR model has been developed based on the current frame of the actual RR model, therefore adapting a red chassis as a base, while the Xtrack ONE model continues to be characterized by the use of a black chassis, just like its predecessor.
The Xtrack 2021 range, available on all official TRS Distributors at the end of June, will include the following options:
Xtrack RR “Electric Start” 300, 280, 250 cc.
Xtrack RR 300, 280, 250, 125 cc.
Xtrack ONE “Electric Start” 300, 280, 250 cc.
Xtrack ONE 300, 280, 250, 125 cc.
Here’s your quiz for today - Who can name these riders from Alberta Cross Country days?
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In case nobody has noticed - Sammy King has been on a Cross Country Road trip with the Beta Canada rig - - with the object of doing promotions on both the Enduro and the Trials bikes - While some things have changed due to the Pandemic - We can now tell you that Sammy is now able to put on some of his great schools and demos.
We sponsored Sam for 4 years because we like him, and he’s a great lad.
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Wow! That was quite a thunderstorm we had late yesterday!! - Ty and Colten were at my place picking up parts and we had to stay in the shop until it eased up a bit.

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