Saturday November 14th 2020

Here is the TRS poster listing the various models for 2021.

In its fifth year of life, the new TRRS ONE RR 2021 reaches an optimal moment in maturity, powerful, reliable and fun, take a big step forward in terms of quality and performance.
Its innovative design with asymmetrical shapes, keeps brand DNA, present in the GOLD and One R 2021 models that preceded it.
The engine has been completely redesigned, in order to house the new melted aluminum injection cranks, substantially improving finishes and achieving better low-speed behavior by increasing pre-compression.
The new clutch cover with oil level viewer and filling, all on the same side, makes maintenance easier.
With the incorporation of the temperature sensor into the cylinder, you manage to control even better thermal variations and the optimal start point of the fan, controlled by the new CDI.
The ONE RR is confident as a benchmark motorbike, both for the user and the most demanding pilot.
The RR 125 cc engine also improves remarkably, its new crankshaft, piston and head, confer a considerable increase in power as well as a reduction in vibration.
In this case, the final development 8-45 has also been reduced, with a better response and optimal use of the first three marches.
The new ONE RR, like the other brand models, will be available in two versions:
Normal: 300 - 280 - 250 - 125 cc.
With electric start: 300-280-250 cc.

And here is a great Neil Sturgeon Photo of Jordi in the Scottish - For most Off Road riders in North America - Trials Competitions are a mystery - they don’t understand why the riders park their bikes and then walk each marked out section, studying each obstacle along the way - almost in a daze as they plan their ride through one at a time. - It has only been in recent years, that many have “Caught on” to why ALL the tough Enduro events are being won by Ex Trials riders - Think about it.!!

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Here is a rare pic of Roger Decoster checking out a Beta MX bike - back in the day - Something else I did not know was that Jim Pomeroy raced a Beta ( after the Bultaco thing shut down)

And here is another showing Jim Pomeroy on one of the early Beta MX machines ( Check out those rear shocks!!)
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I wonder how many remember this weekend at Sumerland back a few years, when we held the Ady Brown Memorial Trial in the snow !! This pic of Jay Colley’s camp site was taken the day after the event, but that year we had early snow and very cold temperatures - I remember that Bob & Brett Clark and myself  - stayed over at Pete’s place and the temperature was I think -19 in the morning. - It was so cold, that Bob & Brett had to park their Sherco 4T’s next to the exhaust on the truck to warm them up, before they would start. - We had a great turn out at all the Memorial Trials and later of course we added Pete Brown’s name to that rather sad event.
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This is an interesting Talk show  from Australia, where they interview various riders from around the World - this one is on our own Sammy King who gives a really good account of his life in the sport.  check it out >> Ep 49: Sam King - O.G. (Oakleigh to Golden) Sam King should be known to a few of our Australian and Canadian listeners. Sam rode juniors in Australia and got to quite a high level including a few trips as a junior over…

Hard to believe that it’s over 4 years since Sammy emailed me and I supplied him with a  Factory Beta Evo while he was over - We had some great rides and I showed him lots of our stuff in Summerland -and other spots -  He just had to try this Tree!!

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