It’s a pleasure to announce my attendance at the upcoming Wagner Cup Trial in TN.
Thank you so much for inviting me to come and organizing accommodations. It is heart-warming to know that you all still honor my results, although we have not seen each other for such a long time or never had the chance to meet. I value those Trials moments we have shared and I look forward to a memorable weekend together.
Stay after the World Competition on May 25th and watch live on the TTC Stage, the Rockin Music of the Collins Brothers Band. They are a local favorite, with a great sound to please a variety of genres. These guys are just all around great fun, and we are excited to have them pay a visit to our stage.
Just sending out a few reminders of the upcoming….
1 – There is still Space Available in the Jordi Pascuet and Eric Storz two day school!
Cost: $150 per day Date: May 27/28 Time: 9am-3pm Place: Trials Training Center Sign Up at trialsusgp.com
2 – We still need workers for various tasks at the World Championship – from parking to clean up to everything in between. There are good perks to working, so email email@example.com for details!
3 – We also have a few Tent spots and 5 RV spots still available for the Upcoming FIM Trial World Championship! $30 per night, space limited so get your spots now! You can also pre-purchase your World Championship tickets!
4 – Don’t forget, the Importers are selling Minder bikes after the event for a discounted price! Get your order in now!
NOW CONFIRMED:We will be hosting a a 2-day Trials School following the World Championship.
This School will be taught by Jordi Pascuet – He has won European and Spanish Championships, and is also a World Record holder for Splatting a high Vertical wall, and is one of the nicest guys on the planet!
and Eric Storz who is America’s #6 Pro Trials Rider, #4 Amatuer Endurocross Rider. He is also the a star of “Young Guns” a training DVD by Ryan Young, and rides for the Trials Des Nations team.
The cost is $150.00 per day, and will include a catered lunch. There will be a max limit for this class. More info to come…..and you will be able to register for this online in the next few days!
WOWZA! Shan Moore, cool cat that he is, has mentioned us in Dirt Rider Magazine!
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World Trials In America
World Trials is coming to America in May. Photo Courtesy G2F Media
If you would like to see the best trials riders in the world up close and personal then your best opportunity will be May 25-26, 2013 at the Trials Training Center in Sequatchie, Tennessee, as the amazing spectacle of World Observed Trials returns to the United States with a two-day stop of the FIM World Trials Championship.
The Trials Training Center is the perfect venue for viewing a trials event because of its excellent amenities and because of the unbelievable natural terrain that will test the best trials riders in the world.
Among the athletes expected to be vying for honors at the U.S. round will be Six-Time World Champion Toni Bou, along with fellow Spaniard and former world champ Adam Raga, five-time U.S. Champ Patrick Smage, 2010 U.S. Champ Cody Webb, plus a bevy of top riders from all over the world.
New for 2013 is a 5th class called “Guest”. The Guest Class will allow for a greater number of American riders to participate in the Trial World Championship. This 5th class requires the rider to be on a 125cc bike (or larger, per request) and ride the green line. This will allow riders who are not looking for World Championship points to compete with their international peers.
So now if you would like to participate in the “Guest Class” You can send the FIM a request to ride larger than a 125 CC bike!
For more information about the World Championship visit trialsusgp.com!
This Saturday March 16th, we will be Prepping Sections for the World Competitors!
So who wants to come out? We will get started at 9am Central time. Don’t worry if you can’t be here right at 9 though….a bit like the Super 8, we’ll leave the light on for ya! More like a note on the door, but you get the drift.
Then Stay over for Sunday March 17 – Saint Patties Day – For a fun filled day of riding. Only $20 to compete and we even have an Off Road class! This is the Final Round of the Winter Series and we may even have Spring weather for it! The weather forecast is Gorgeous with a lot of sun and a high of 71!!
We have scheduled another Trial World Championship Work Day. We will be getting together on March 16th for another World Competition Work Day! We will start at 9am central time, but just come out when you can. We will leave a note on the door to let you know where we are.
Then stay over and ride the Final round of the Winter Series!
This is the last round of this seasons CTC Winter Series. Stay and have a day of fun competition on Sunday March 17th. The competition will start at 10am central time with registration beginning at 9am Central time. The cost is only $20 per rider, and there is even an off road class!
So come on out and join us for two days of fun and friends in the woods, we know you’ll have just as much fun as we do!
We have received the new instructional video demonstrating the No-Stop techniques used for the 2013 World Trial Competition. This video shows how the new “no – stop” riding will be done, the rules for observing appear to be very straightforward. It will be interesting to see how this riding style works out, as this appears to be the trend for future competition.
We encourage you all to watch this video, and become familiar with the scoring. We still have opportunities for observers and other volunteers this year, so please contact Gary Hoover at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in the action!
This will be a great event and we can’t wait to see you all here!
Thanks to all the guys that came out yesterday to work in the woods with us. There was a good bit accomplished and some fun along the way too. So thanks to Greg Clark, Mark Moon, Thomas Rowe, Alan Shirley, Griff Shirley, Paul Thistle, Aaron Thistle, Jim Craig, Jamie Gourley, and Harry Heilemann. We sure appreciate you all coming out and spending your Saturday with us!
We wanted to let you all know that we have scheduled another World Competition Work Day, followed by Round 4 of our Winter Series!
Saturday February 16th, please come out and help us prep sections and clear trail for our upcoming World Competition. We will get started around 9am Central Time and work through the day (stopping at some point for lunch of course!). Don’t worry if you can’t quite make it at 9, just show up when you can and we will leave a note on the door letting you know where we will be!
Then, stay over Sunday February 17th and ride Round 4 of Chattanooga Trials Clubs Winter Series. This event is a lot of fun and just good practice. The competitor fee is only $20, So knock those winter webs off your bike and come out to play!