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    Essential Trials viewing - Ventoux Trial 2011

    A great find, this year's Mount Ventoux Trial, with Gilles Burgat, Charles Coutard, Yrjo Vesterinen and the great Bernie Schreiber - all former World champs at one trial...................WOW

    This vid has some excellent Twinshock Trials action, lovely interviews etc and some very rare bikes (even some Guzzi Trials bikes)

    Love it

    It's 30 mins long so leave plenty of time to view

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    sadly couldn't watch it all due to a broadband limitation but very admirable skills

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    cheers Johny i liked that
    anyone got a 240 fantic for sale
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    Tidy Thanks for the link, it's incredible how smooth it looks when they get it right, even on such archaic machinery



    edit: I've always quite fancied a Greeves trial bike, one day perhaps... when I get old

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    Wonderful stuff. Amazed at how Joel Corroy gets a thumping great Ariel HT5 through those tight, nadgery and very steep sections.

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