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  1. More white route action for ocular stimulation

    Makes you wonder.......on those points,on the Ariel 500 HT the Gefees videos of classic/twinshock bikes shown on here recently left me wondering if there were any videos of the bikes actually riding some sections and not the parts in between.
  2. Fork Oil

    If the forks are the early PAIOLI RSD type then the oil amounts are 330cc of 7.5W in the left side and 280cc of 5W in the right hand side.
  3. Toby Martyn

    Perhaps Martyn's sponsor/team will only pay him/ supply a bike and help if he rides in the Trial 2 championship and he has had no offers that support him sufficiently financially to allow a comfortable attempt at the trial gp class.
  4. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    Yeah; but you have to admit looking out the window now and again is funn.
  5. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    Well to be seen as the suspected pederast and chimp mate of tc seems a little harsh but I've received worse comparisons.
  6. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    I see myself more as the Jean Paul Gaultier of tc but if you say so heres the rub https://youtu.be/3J6U7eGGoVg
  7. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    Yes the first SY's were sold in 1999 .....I remember reading the test in moto verde I think.... how quick time passes .
  8. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    Its basically a Scorpa/Sherco painted in Yamaha blue and branded a Yamaha; but only in Japan.... the connection between the two manufacturers of the French marque Scorpa and Yamaha goes back to around 2000 when Scorpa started to fit the Yamaha TYZ 250 and later the TTR 125 type and WR250F motors in their production trials bikes.I do not know what Yamaha have changed on the bike in the video as far as specs or if it is on sale to the general public but those are the basics.
  9. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    The Japanese have the same problem with the experts riding their white route [which is marked by red flags]....and look what its like now.https://youtu.be/C5z-ORjN6Tg
  10. Scott Trial rules for bikes

    In a past event I remember a rider using an enduro type machine.....cannot remember what year though.....more than 10 yrs ago.
  11. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    People ride the easier route when they are capable of riding a harder route because they want to ride but do not want to face the harder challenges that day or whenever[Too much booze the night before etc] ....if that becomes a regular occurrence and the section plotters start increasing the severity of the easier routes then that is wrong and defeats the whole purpose of different routes but the bulls always get what they want so it sounds like you either up your game or go to ride somewhere else that this does not happen.
  12. 4rt style rear mudguard for 315r

    MITANI 315 rear mudguard from H&D racing is ready to fit if you cannot be bothered to cut a 4RT to suit.
  13. Whats gone wrong with Trials.

    No need for change then as that is already how things are; there are dead easy trials and there are nationals and trials with usually 3 routes beginners easy and hard...I do not think there is anything wrong with trials [with exception to the no stop rule at world level ].the real problem is people not being happy about their own ability and how it fits into the way the sections at organised trials are laid out in their severity........if people do not enjoy the severity of any that are currently available then the answer is to go and set up your own club with like minded people ,find some land and and mark out the type of sections that you like to ride or you will never be satisfied.....if a person cannot ride the sections the only real answer is more practice/riding trials time....isn't that how a rider is able to ride increasingly more difficult sections.
  14. It has a mechanical clutch but is not in production at the moment so does not come with one.
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