Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, has an entry for Motorcycle trials.
I added a few items today:
- added On the Pegs to the Publications/media section
- created a training section and added the TTC there
- created an Organizations section and added the USMTA there
Any ideas for more changes? If so, feel free to make them yourself (anyone can edit the wikipedia) or Contact Us here at the TTC to suggest them and we’ll consider making them.
- 0-2:30: Opening remarks with show host, yours truly (I’ve overlayed more trials engine audio onto the music intro)
- 2:30-11:45: News with OTP managing editor Dan Brown
- 11:45-20:45: Dale Malasek, GasGas USA
- 20:45-36:00: Ryan Young, Ryan Young Products
- 36:00-42:00: Mike Harker, Scorpa USA
- 42:00-49:00: Five riders at the Trials Training Days: Tom Farr, Don Reedy, Harry Vanderlinden, Karen Garrett, and Dave Aldo
- 49:00-54:30: Pro rider interview: Pat Smage
- 54:30-59:00: Pro rider interview: Phil Smage
- 59:00-61:00: Closing comments with our show theme song: Music, Motorcycles and Money by Gary Dean Jennings, courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network.
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We want your feedback… and ideas for what you’d like to us cover in future shows. You can email us via the TTC Contact Us page. Or you can attach a comment to the blog post for the show.
The TTC testimonials page continues to grow. Here’s a new one:
I just wanted to take a moment to email you. We enjoyed the training we had last Saturday. When we left that afternoon, we were trying to decide whether to go to the GNCC race the next day. So we headed home. When we discovered the race was 3 1/2 hours away, we changed our minds, and took Sunday to rest.
I wanted to thank you guys, and comment on Bruce and Andrew, I believe. The instruction was excellent, and Jeb learned alot that he can use in his cross country racing. We would like to complete the weekend another time, to apply what we learned on Saturday. Bruce has just the temperament needed for teaching. He obviously could back up his lessons, and had alot of patience with the students. Everyone was helpful and friendly. We look forward to coming up again and working with you guys again. Please pass this along to your instructors, and we wish them great success in their trials events this year!
Jeff and Jeb Edge