2019 Trials Junior & Senior
The skilful alternative
Unlike other forms of motorcycle sport mototrials is short sections set to test rider skills , not speed.
Scrutineering & Sign on: 8.30- 9 .30 am Start time: 10am
|10 MAR||R1 Club Trials Pointscore||Peter Betts / Yarrawa|
|7 APR||R2 Club Trials Pointscore||Adam Sykes / Martindale|
|5 MAY||R3 Club Trials Pointscore||John McCormick / Yarrawa|
|9 & 10 JUN||NSW Twinshock Championships||James Cowan / Sandy Hollow|
|7 JUL||R4 Club Trials Pointscore||Allan Betts / Yarrawa|
|4 AUG||R5 Club Trials Pointscore||Chris Chapman / Yarrawa|
|8 SEPT||R6 Club Trials Pointscore||Mick Collims / Yarrawa|
|27 OCT||R7 Club Trials Pointscore||Bryant Collins / Martindale|
Memberships are now only avalable online via Ridernet. Link: Ridernet Member Login
Follow our easy to follow guide AM I RIDE READY page. Also read CLUB INFO pages.
Bikes & Classes
- Classic & Post Classic Trials: Must be twin shock and air cooled engine, i.e. manufactured pre - 1986 (machines may not be fitted with disc brakes or mono-shock)
- ACM: Air Cooled Mono pre 2000 manufacture
- “Run What Ya Brung”: Mono, Twin Shock, Rigid – whatever bike(s) you like!
- Lanyard cut out switches are COMPULSORY for all Moto Trials competition as per 2016 MOMS (Manual of Motorcycle Sport)
- Name Plates: Grade colour plates with rider’s name 25mm high min must be attached to front of bike.
- Classes: A grade: Red
- B Grade: Yellow
- C Grade: Blue
- Pre 70’s (Bikes age not yours!): Black
- Clubman: Novice Green
- Juniors: Under 16 yrs: White
Several natural terrain obstacle course short sections set over various terrain – including hills, boulders, logs, drop offs! Different colour markers within each section determine the “line” riders take according to their grading – the higher the grade, the more difficult the line.
Skill is demonstrated by the riders in overcoming different obstacles without stopping or allowing the feet to touch the ground. Riders do 4 laps of each of the 5 sections in the morning and after lunch break another 4 laps of each in reverse direction (number of laps may be varied at discretion of COC).
Points are accrued per “fault” such as:
- foot dabbing (1 point per dab max of 3),
- stopping, bike outside marked course and crossing tracks or missing a marker scoring a 5 or fail,
- a score of zero being a “clean”.
Points are tallied and the rider with lowest score is the winner. Trophies are awarded for each grade at the end of the day and at the end of the year Championship trophies are awarded.
Working Bee required for section setups on the Saturday.
Observers and helpers needed – please bring a helper – more helpers, less time each helper is needed!! Try observing or marking it’s fun - it really is!
Enquiries: Please contact any of the following and if that person is unable to help with your enquiry they will hopefully be able to suggest someone who can.
Luke Anderson 0420 926890 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Set ups: Geoff Grist: 0407 232 025
Please acquaint yourself with the rules & regs (Moto Trial Section 23 of Manual of Motorcycle Sport) Link: Motorcycling Australia MOMS (GCR's)
MNSW By-Laws Moto Trials: MNSW Moto Trials By-Laws PDF
Trials Australia: Trials Australia
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