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  1. 2016 evo 250 swing arm torque setting

  2. TRS 125 riding impressions?

    My son now rides a TRS 125RR. We've had the bike for a couple of months now and we are quite delighted with it. It was quite a decision having only had betas since we started trials. Yes the power valve will be an addition for next year, but the motor is still very good without it. The methodology with TRS is that components / changes / design needs to be 100% before they release and I think this is the correct way. He rides at expert level so the bike is more than capable, and comes very well spec'd which was a big appeal for us. The machine is very well designed and well thought out prior to release, this makes the bike very easy to work on for routine maintainence. So far so good
  3. Starting competition

    There's a club trial at Earl Shilton Trials club on Sunday 1st April. Why not come and have a look and get a feel for whats what. Or you could join on the day and just have a go. Very friendly club, that also runs monthly training days at a very reasonable cost which are a great help. Club membership for practice is also available at the ground www.estc.co.uk
  4. Scott type events for clubman / youths

    Mintex T&O run by Richmond MCC - normally around June time on the same ground as the Scott - 2 laps of 30 sections - about 45 miles total - A and B class riders. Scott trial but on a smaller scale for the youth riders.
  5. Where are all the entries????

    That's like saying you can't buy a football because you only want a kick about and aren't interested in joining the local team. Lots of people enjoy their bikes and riding for what it is (supposed to be) ...fun and relaxation! You sound like your going to start press ganging people as your next step. It may be worth listening to what the people that don't come to trials have to say rather than telling them their just wrong.
  6. Where are all the entries????

    And that's where your entry's are
  7. Where are all the entries????

    So if apparently the system works so well and there's no issue why is there a thread asking where all the entry's are? No wonder only about 5 internet warriors ever post on here. Says it all
  8. Where are all the entries????

    Yes and it works great bar a couple of little glitches, but not many organisers use it unfortunately
  9. Best ride in the Scottish: Tom Minta

    Pretty sure Toms not yet old enough to ride anything over a 125 on the road. Think you gotta be 19 to get a full licence.
  10. Rev 3 Rear Mudguard Alternative

    Yeah I had thought of that, strange feeling this is going to cost me a new mudguard though lol
  11. Rev 3 Rear Mudguard Alternative

    Hi everyone, Is there any alternatives to the standard rear mudguards for a late model Rev 3. Maybe fitting one from another bike etc? Its a late model 2008 and I really really don't want to pay £100+ for a rear mudguard. 'Ive spent a lot of time giving the old girl a tidy up and an engine rebuild and was hoping to fit new plastics. Any help appreciated. Thanks all :-)
  12. Advice On Bits Needed, New Rider.

    RFX flexi levers - have a look on ebay, Beta clutch mod and run ATF in gearbox - this sorts most of the clutch issues out, Gas Gas front mudguard - al late model one, or I understand a Mont one will also fit, both much more flexible than the stock beta one.
  13. What3Words

    That looks great, that would be a real big step towards solving the issues of directing people to venues. I have been asked how to get to Hawks nest so many times, very difficult to explain -- now you just need to download the app and go to facing.underline.valid I really like this idea, check it out
  14. Training Center

    Also Earl Shilton also do training days, they would be ideal I would think, and only £20 for the day, great value. There's actually one running this Saturday, I'm sure if you where to get in touch with the club they'd book you a place.
  15. 2014 Factory Fork Cap Removal

    As above, undo the top clamp bolts first, normally a pair of circlip pliers is enough to remove it.