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The 2018 schedule has been updated as of Sept 10th, with the ECTA Lion’s Head event now on October 21st, while the revised ATA St.George event date will be announced soon.

Meanwhile we look forward to seeing you this weekend at Mike’s Muskoka 2-Day Trial, Kearney, on Sept 15th & 16th, with different sections on both days, ..and eagle eyed checkers to keep you on your toes!

April 14th & 15th ATA Tweed2 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 2-Day
October 21st ECTA Lion’s Head
tba ATA St. George

NB: Please check back for updates as dates are tentative – revised 09-10-2018.


Pics missing from the ATA Tweed Trial results post.

Brief Awards ceremony as the riders were keen to start the 2nd day before the snow melted.

LtoR: Dave Cordy, Jon English, Lucas Cambareri, Jordan Szoke, Rob Smithurst, Brandon Cambareri, and Brian Wojnarowski. Thanks to Motosports of Trenton & GP Bikes of Whitby for the contingency prizes.

Section master and host Dave Cody presents the Serres Cup to Jon English, Expert winner of the 2018 ATA Tweed Spring Trial.



Day 2, Sunday April 15th, Tweed Trial cancelled due to weather.

There will be a fun practice ride but only for the brave and fearless as even the loop is Expert level.

Todays poignant pic is of the stunning Serres trophy for Outstanding Expert rider. Look at the names of infamous recipients. Could Tom Farr possibly win it again some 30 years later? ..or Blair?  Notice how the water level has dropped in the last week. The creek is almost dry!  Hope to see YOU there, and bring a friend.


…Latest update from the Kinlin Rd river banks:-

The tireless Tweed setup crew advises that the sections are all ready to go. The snow has long since melted, and it so warm that the water is just perfect for swimming. If it’s yellow…  Rumour has it that environmentally friendly daffodils are being used instead of marking tape!

Hope to see YOU there.