Register online now for next week’s Summer Fun events at the TTC

TTC Family Camp

Another busy summer here at TTC is about to kick off next week!

Family Camp begins Sunday, June 26 and 4 fun-filled days of motorcycle training, adventures, games, and more follows!

June 30 – July 2 is the East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open. Kids up to age 15 and Women of all ages are able to compete in this 3 day competition.

Family Camp online registration closes on Saturday, June 25 and  registration for the East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open will close on Monday, June 27.  You may register at the event but a late fee will be charged.

During the East Coast Youth Nationals and Women’s Open we have other exciting events happening.

Friday, July 1 will be the Gate Trial starting at 2:00 pm with all proceeds going to the TDN Team! Come out and ride to support these amazing guys and gals go represent our country! BBQ dinner and Fireworks that night after awards!

Saturday, July 2 will be the Bicycle Trial. Sign up will be held between 7:30-8:00 am that morning and Competition will begin at 1:00 pm.

The 3rd Annual Cherokee Cup is on July 3, 2016.

The Cherokee Cup is suggested for Sportsman level riders and up. One line in each section with no markers/splits.

Cut-off date for online registration for the Cherokee Cup is Monday,  June 27.

 

 

 

 

Graham Jarvis and his G-force Technical Riding Academy return to the TTC in August

Graham Jarvis - G-force Technical Riding Academy

Graham Jarvis, the 2013 King of Extreme Enduro, will be hosting his G-force Technical Riding Academy in August here at the TTC, in the four days immediately following the 2016 Tennessee Knockout Extreme Enduro (TKO).

Dates/registration links for two clinics:

Graham JarvisSpectators are welcome at $20 per day. All spectators will be on foot. NO MOTORCYCLES.

Cameras and video will be allowed. And Graham will sign autographs.

Our TTC accommodations page has information about our cabins and camping. Contact us for availability and to make reservations.

The details/description of the clinics from the Academy registration page:

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Smage & Freixa split wins again at National MotoTrials Rounds 3 & 4 at the TTC

NATC at TTC - Marc Freixa, photo by Shan Moore

Our friend Shan Moore has the story of this weekend’s AMA/NATC USA National Championship MotoTrials Series at the TTC in his Trials & Enduro News email newsletter:

Pat Smage and Marc Freixa traded wins for the second-straight weekend during rounds three and four of the 2016 SWM US National Championship MotoTrials Series held at the Trials Training Center in Sequatchie, Tennessee.

Smage (Team RYP/Zip Express/Dunlop/Maxima/Sherco) kicked off the weekend by winning a nail-biter over Freixa on Saturday. Due to the threat of rain, the organizers set the sections on the easy side in anticipation of slippery terrain and when the rains didn’t come the result was a trial that saw the top two contenders, Smage and Freixa, finish all three laps with clean scores, although, Freixa was given a five point penalty when his minder moved a rock in section 10, which is against the rules. Smage would have won the event anyway had it not been for Freixa’s penalty, since in a tie situation the win goes to the rider who finishes the event with the fastest time, and the Sherco rider finished the 12-section, three-lap course 16 minutes quicker than Freixa.

Freixa (US Montesa/Honda) was fired up and came back with a vengeance on Sunday, taking just one point on each of his first two laps, both coming on the difficult seventh section. The former number three in the world then cleaned the entire last lap, which included a perfect ride on the difficult seventh section… Freixa’s total score of two gave him the overall win for Sunday and put him in a two-way tie with Smage in the series points standings.

Story continued here. Subscribe to the free Trials & Enduro enewsletter here.

NATC at TTC - Pat Smage, photo by Shan Moore