Tag Archives: How to Ride Motorcycle Trials

Women’s Only Class

We are going to have a “Women’s ONLY Class!” I just started riding and would like to see more females learning trials techniques, as this will add to your skills set no matter what type of motorcycle you currently ride!!!! The date isn’t for certain but we’ll post as soon as we get a set date!
Let me know who is interested!!! Ladies, we’re going to be running a special discount for class and cabin rental for a weekend. I’m so stoked to get this up and going! Need to know who is in before this class gets booked up! We already have several on the list so comment here or email me @ jessica@trialstrainingcenter.com to secure your spot in the class.
Thanks    ~Jessica C.

Trials Training Days Was a Total Success!

We at the TTC would like to say THANK YOU to all of the instructors that came out and volunteer their time and services for our Annual Trials Training Days 2014!

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So many many thanks to:

The Sherco crew – Brad Baumert, Ryan Young, Karl Davis Jr., Brian Roper, Quinn Wentzell, and Luke Littlefield

The Beta crew: Ron Lee, and Ray Peters

The STRA Crew: Mark Moon, Tim Cash, Aaron Thistle, Darrell Davis, Alan Shirley, Austin Brown, Charlie Roberts, and Steve Green.

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The number of riders for TTD was calculated at 92 with some of the most awesome people from all over the world; including Scotland, Canada, New York, Ohio, Florida, among others.

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We could not host such an amazing Training Event without your help. We want you to know that we appreciate everything you do for us and the riders who came out to learn from the best!!

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We also send a big thank you to all of the participants over the weekend. We had a blast meeting all of you. We hope that you continue to come for our Training Days event (Last weekend of March every year), and all of our future events.

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Hopefully we will see you all at our Super Trials Weeks coming this summer, which will include the NATC National (June 28/29), the First Annual Cherokee Cup (June 30), Family Camp (July 1-3), the TDN Fundraiser Gate Trial (July 4), the NATS Bicycle Trial (July 5), and the East Coast Youth Nationals (July 4,5,6)!

American Motorcyclist features TTC’s How To Ride web pages

The June 2011 issue of AMA’s American Motorcyclist magazine (members only) is out and page 31 has a feature on the TTC, with a focus on our How To Ride tutorial pages.

LEARN TO RIDE TRIALS… VIRTUALLY
AMA Club Offers Online Tips, Advice

Page 31, June 2011 issue of AMA's American Motorcyclist magazineJune 2011 issue of AMA's American Motorcyclist magazineThere is no question trials occupies its own niche in riding. But while the bikes and terrain are unique, the people you’ll meet and the skills you’ll learn as as genuine as any in motorcycling.

For many in the eastern United States, the Trials Training Center in Sequatchie, Tenn., is "trials central." But the club, which includes a 650-acre riding area, is more than the promoter for the AMA/NATC East Youth MotoTrials Championships and three rounds of the AMA/NATC MotoTrials National Championship Series. It’s also a great place to learn one of motorcycling’s most endearing disciplines.

That message is brought home by the extensive How To Ride section of the club’s website (TrialsTrainingCenter.com > How To Ride). There are 19 chapters, ranging from basic turns, to jumping to "splatters" (whatever those are!), each complete with in-depth instruction, photos and video.

While nothing replaces hands-on experience, the club’s site is a great resource for getting started or rounding out your understanding of one heck of a cool sport.

How to Ride tutorials finished

The upgrade to the How to Ride Motorcycle Trials (tutorials) section of the TTC website is now finished. Whew!

We improved the presentation of all the good stuff from the 2004-05 version and added lots more.

Let us know if you discover any glitches.

And if you have suggestions on how we can improve any of it, attach a comment here, or use our contact us form.

Tutorials with videos and photos (you can see all the TTC Videos on the Trials Training Center YouTube Channel):

Tutorials with photos: