Friday October 9th 2020

I took this shot of Sean Bird doing a  section at Malakwa a few years ago - - Although I let Sam “Do his thing” At this WTC event -  I must say that I was a bit concerned about stuff like this. However, everything went well and nobody got hurt.
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So as we head into the Thanksgiving long weekend - it looks as though things might get a bit “Wet” - Of course all our local Trials action, will be happening up at Scotch Creek, where our  first and last event of 2020 will take place at the Ross Rathbone Property.

We have heard that quite a few people plan on visiting  the “Trials Playground” that Ross has built - with a good variety of obstacles to suit all abilities. - Camping is available but as mentioned earlier, Social Distancing is required as we  struggle through these strange Pandemic times. Please note that numbers are limited as per government regulations, so if you plan on being there, best phone Ross to make sure you are welcome.
Everything gets going around 10am Saturday - and then again on Sunday.  We will be  in attendance with the Outlaw van packed with spare parts & Opti Oil, but if you need something specific - please email or call us today as space is limited.
Obviously this will be a great “Get-together” for all the fans who usually attend our Outlaw Series  - it’s not just about the competition - it’s about spending time with friends and families.  - If you need directions you can either call me at (250) 545-6139 or Ross at (250)371-1380 - Oh yes ! it will also be a chance for people to check out the all new 2021 TRS Gold Special with electric start. - #99 out of a total of 150 made for World wide distribution - (Note: this is not a demo - it’s my own personal bike, so please don’t ask for a ride)

Something we don’t cover often - a video and info on one of the big Motocycle Rallies. Andalucia Rally results: stage 2 win for Ross Branch, Benavides leads overall Results and video highlights from stage two of the Andalucia Rally where new Monster Energy Yamaha Rally Team rider Ross Branch has taken the stage ahead of event leader Kevin Benavides.


The CPTA held it’s Annual  Classic Trial last Sunday  and as usual it was a good chance for Vintage enthusiasts to tackle the Rocks & Logs at Ioco on  some of the old “Clunkers”  - The big winner of the day was Stan Bakgaard, out on a Kawasaki 250 twin shock !! not the most popular bike back in the 70’s, but Stan obviously made it work.  Bob Clark also took one class on the SWM - A full write up and results should be up shortly on the Trials Canada website.


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