The ATA Trials Supershow booth is #4412 located in Hall 4.

Happy New Year to you, your family, and your favourite tri-cycle.

Sorry but even with the email spam filter off, somehow we must have missed your generous offer of help. No point starting the 2019 Honey-Do-List (aka bike maintenance) without visiting the show first to pick up essential supplies.

Just email info@ataont.ca with your preferred Supershow time slot ..but hurry as a few spaces just became available!

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The ATA Trials Supershow booth is #4412 located in Hall 4.

Rumour has it there are already trials riders lined up to meet a certain Mr. DaveB, ..along with DanielleC from Amercian Pickers.

So if you want to bypass the crowds and go straight to the front of the line, then just volunteer to talk about Trials for a few hours, and a free VIP pass will be held in your name.

Step up, hop, jap-zap or splatter ..or simply email info@ataont.ca with your name and preferred time slot ..but hurry space is limited!

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Congratulations to the 2018 CMA Ontario Trials Champions.

There were 10 events in the 2018 regional series.
This would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of:

  • Dave & Helen Cordy,
  • Clive & Elaine Barnes-Moss
  • Dave & Joyce Butler
  • Dave & Pat Southam
  • Mike & Sarah Feiner
  • and also their dedicated set-up teams.

Please be sure to thank them, and at the same time why not offer them some help in 2019.

 

2018 CMA Ontario Trials Champions

  • Expert – Jonathan English
  • Advanced – Kevin Cordy,
  • Intermediate – Curtis Marshall
  • Junior – Devyn Marshall
  • Novice – Robin Farr
  • Veteran 45 – Dave Cordy
  • Veteran 55 – Dave Butler
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ECTA Fall Trial Results - Oct 21st, 2018

Clive writes: My thanks go out to all of you who attended our fall trial, as well as to the set-up crew, checkers and other help: Jim and Shirley, Steve and Theresa, Joan and Tony, Don and Donna, Roy Pope, Stew Wallace, Phil, Zane and Zev. A special thanks to Elaine for all her many skills and overall management of this trial and ECTA’s functions.

We are planning on making some changes in 2019 if we are to continue hosting observed trials. Tentatively, the two day CMA sanctioned spring event would remain as is, and entry fee would include a lifetime ECTA membership, and then we would hold a closed to club event in the fall. Any rider not at the spring event would be expected to take out a lifetime membership in the fall if they wish to compete at the club event. Additionally, ECTA could invite another club to participate, for example Steel City, ATA or CVMG.

The fall trial would consist of ten sections, five ridden before a short break and five after. This allows the existing five member ECTA checking crew to observe before and after the break. Riders at the fall trial who choose not to take a break can play amongst themselves on the five sections already ridden before the break. Essentially, these would become ten sections of a permanent nature located in pairs around the loop and could be used as two practice areas for the spring event.

I welcome your thoughts on these ideas.

ECTA Fall Trial Results - Oct 21st, 2018

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Schedule 2018 CMA

Friendly reminder that the next scheduled event is the ECTA Lion’s Head Trial on Oct 21st, 2018.

The St.George event date will be announced once a suitably slippery Sunday in November is available, as currently insufficient parking available on the property due to logging for section building materials.

NB: Please check back before each event in case of date changes.(last revised Sept 11th, 2018)

April 14th & 15th ATA Tweed 2 Day
May 26th & 27th ECTA Lion’s Head 2 Day
June 10th SCR Ohsweken
Aug 11th & 12th ATA Sparrow Lake 2 Day
Aug 18th ATA Arden
Aug 19th ATA Tweed
Sept 8th & 9th CPTA CMA National-Ioco BC
Sept 15th & 16th ATA Kearney
October 21st ECTA Lion’s Head
tba ..Nov ATA St. George
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Thank you for attending Mike’s Muskoka 2-Day Trial!

A great turnout for an excellent event, due in no small part to many weeks of preparation setting up 16 different sections, cutting trail, organizing checkers and feeding the masses. An incredible effort by Mike, Sarah and the boys.

Clerk of the course: Mike Feiner. ‘Set up’ crew: Mike, Sarah, Daniel, Dylan & Sir Owen Feiner.

Sign-in and score cards: Gina & Friends.

Checkers: Tibor, Norbert, Manfred, Frank, Jamie, Lucas, Maitland, and Steve. Event hosts: Sarah & Mike Feiner

Photos courtesy of Mike Feiner and Shelley Marshall. Click to view larger.

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