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    Scott ....100 years

    Great video of this year's event

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    Well worth a watch
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    Scott

    Enjoyed that

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    Well someone has to say it, a well ridden GS.........
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    probably wouldn't have got both wheels into the first section.
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    Enjoyed that.

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    Was good that

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    Enjoyed that and reminded me of a good day out with a few tossers and a great ride home via Hawes over the moors.

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    Its that time again, kicks off this Saturday. I have a meeting early doors but hope to pick it up from Grand canyon onwards.
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    I'll be at Orgate first & then Surrender, then Whaw & finish off at Reel's Head, before nipping to the Feldom finish
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    That looks very hard, nothing like the sections down here. I wouldn't fancy buying a " northern " trials bike what with all those rocks

    I've only ridden a few rock sections that were at a twin shock event in Belgium. Nothing like that but still very challenging if like me you've never ridden them before. 84 miles standing up ?!! Yikes !
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    1st pic is this year's winner Ian Austermuhle, a local lad and a worthy winner, to universal praise in the sport and second pic is Dougie Lampkin who came in 3rd, despite being the winner on Observation only
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    Quote Originally Posted by peepingtom View Post
    That looks very hard, nothing like the sections down here. I wouldn't fancy buying a " northern " trials bike what with all those rocks

    I've only ridden a few rock sections that were at a twin shock event in Belgium. Nothing like that but still very challenging if like me you've never ridden them before. 84 miles standing up ?!! Yikes !
    Rocks, can't have a trial without rocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    1st pic is this year's winner Ian Austermuhle, a local lad and a worthy winner, to universal praise in the sport and second pic is Dougie Lampkin who came in 3rd, despite being the winner on Observation only
    The boy done good! What bike is dougie on , ossa? Would have thought he would have to have ridden the mont ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Rocks, can't have a trial without rocks
    You can and it doesn't hurt when you fall off
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    Quote Originally Posted by peepingtom View Post
    The boy done good! What bike is dougie on , ossa? Would have thought he would have to have ridden the mont ?
    He hasn't ridden for Honda, on the Montesa for a good few years

    Latterly he has been contracted to Beta and then took a free ride on a GasGas for 2014

    Now he's riding his own creation - a new bike called Vertigo, built in conjunction with Manuel Jane, who is the driver behind the bike

    Dibs is riding the Vertigo and won the British Champs on it, this year and Dougie placed 1st in the 2015 SSDT on the Vertigo on its first time out

    It's a cracking bike
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    Still a man's Trial (as spoken by Alan Lampkin at the end) today and the sections haven't altered 40 years later......


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