We received an email from David Naismith (AKA MrOlddave) alerting us to this YouTube video of instructor Ray Peters working with an unidentified student during this year’s Trials Training Days. The log-crossing instruction is taking place in the TTC’s practice pit. The video shows 3 attempts by the student (he almost makes it on the 3rd attempt), and two demonstrations by Ray.
No, digital versions of the tutorials are NOT available here or anywhere else on the internet. The various authors/contributors/owners of that content are still working on the best way to make it available beyond publication in Trials Competition Newspaper.
But you can buy back issues of the paper (or better yet, subscribe!). Here are the tutorials that have been published to-date:
Feb. 2009: Lesson 1 – Stance
Mar. 2009: Lesson 2 – Balance
Apr. 2009: Lesson 3 – Wheelie
May. 2009: Lesson 4 – Bunny Hop
Jun. 2009: Lesson 5 – Turns
Jul. 2009: Lesson 6 – Floaters
Aug. 2009: Lesson 7 – Flip Turn
Sep. 2009: Lesson 8 – Roll Up
Oct. 2009: Lesson 9 – Splatter
Finally! A straightforward, clearly written, fully illustrated guide to Trials riding technique! Six time US Champion Ryan Young is renowned for his ability to teach riders of all levels.
Now, in an exclusive arrangement with RYP USA, Trials Competition proudly presents this first in an ongoing series of monthly riding lessons by Flyin’ Ryan himself!
The presentation will be as methodical as it is precise: We’ll lay a foundation of basic skills and gradually work up to advanced techniques. So whether you’re a newbie Novice or seasoned Expert, put your boots on and let’s get started!
In early April, we began blogging a series of Ryan Young motorcycle trials tutorials that have been published in issues of Trials Competition Newspaper, starting in February.
It turns out there are complications with having digital versions of the tutorials available on the internet. The various authors/contributors/owners of that content are still working on the best way to make it available beyond the newspaper.
So we’ve removed those blog posts for now. If something changes, we’ll let you know right here in the TTC blog.