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Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Training for the 2008 edition of the Festival of Speed is Dougie Lampkin which is allowed to make a round of Goodwood House and it does it in the best way it can: on a trial motorcycle.

The ride offers viewers of the video the opportunity to get a feel of the objects and people inside, exactly how they are. Even better is that they see it through a motorcyclists eyes and that is pretty much how they’ve perceive it anyway.

The trial champion makes an impressive incursion composed of many wheelies, stoppies and 90 degree turns from one move and it is very enjoyable to watch, even though I think it missed lost it on the narrow stairs area, just before reaching the roof. But why don’t you check it out yourself?


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Posted on by Maxx Biker

We’ve witnessed the 2001 and 2005 world Enduro, many Italian Trial and Trial indoor championships, Supermotard and many other motorcycle events, but the Carnico Motorcycle Club organizes yet another great adventure entitled “Trial World Championship 2008”.

Among the riders who will overcome with great accuracy the natural barriers of 15 special tests in the beautiful resort of Friuli Venezia Giulia are names such as Toni Bou, Adam Raga, Takahisa Fujinami, Albert Gaberstany and many others


Posted on by Anthony Kodack
Motorcycle rider trainers will get their first opportunity to try out the new bike test for themselves ahead of its introduction in October 2008, as the Motorcycle Rider Trainers Association (MRTA) puts on a special trial event this summer. Organised in conjunction with the Driving Standards Agency (DSA), the day will enable rider trainers to use an officially laid out test circuit to try out the off-road maneuvers that will be included in the new two-part test: slalom figure (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack
According to its designers, the trials quad concept shown last fall at the EICMA Show, is headed for production. The visitors at EICMA loved it and next thing you know, Scorpa is now looking at creating a production version, and is working on rideable prototypes with an engine of between 125cc and 200cc. Since I do not believe there is any sort of 4 wheel trials competition (is there?), this would be just for fun but it looks like it could be pretty (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack

In the world of motorcycling there is now no getting away from problems connected with the environmental impact of emissions, and the corresponding restrictions. A direct consequence of this is the progressive shift from 2-stroke to 4-stroke engines, which over the last few years has also started to affect the off-road sector.


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