Trials Events Calendar 2016
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UK Organisers:-
British Trials Cup and Championship
Crowthorne Cyclo Trials Club
TykeTrial Club
Scottish Biketrial Club
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British National Trials Cup and Championship 2016 - Results to Date
R1 Seymours Arena, OxonR2 Bob Macgregor Trials Park, AyreshireR3 Olde Home Farm, N.YorkshireR4 Blackpool Moon Rocks, LancsR5 Hook Woods, Surrey
10th April 20161st May 20165th June 201624th July 2016 11th September 2016
Info, report & results hereInfo &Results hereInfo & Results hereInfo & Results hereEntry form on here
Don't forget to keep checking out the clubs' pages - results and entry forms being added soon after events!  Click Crowthorne, Scottish and TykeTrial logos on right.

After the 4th round of the British Trials Cup comes the selection of the British Team to be invited to ride for the country at the 2016 British World Championship.  Watch this space!

UCI Youth Games, Freiamt, Germany
6-7th Augst 2016
Well done to everyone ...
Adam Morewood
Will Ackerley
Charlie Rolls
Reece Seymour
Josh McParland
Bailey Dacker
Kellie Rolls - Team Manager
UCI Youth Games, British Team 2016

Well done again Jack Carthy in Austria at round 3 of the UCI World Cup in 1st place, also well done to Dave Kerr making it to the semi-finals.  Good luck in the next round!
BIU World Championship, Czech Republic
8-13th August 2016
Well done to everyone ...
PouissinOliver Cooper
BenjaminBailey Dacker
Josh McParland
Elliott Cooper
Jake Green
MinimeAdam Morewood
Reece Seymour
Charlie Rolls
JuniorWill Ackerley
Senior 20"Aaron Duke
Elite 26"Scott Wilson
Elite 26"Ben Savage

British Trials Cup - Round 5 and British Trials Championship 2016 - Surrey Hills Cycle Centre, Hook Wood, Surrey
For this 10th anniversary of the British Trials Championship, and for the first time, the awards will be presented this year at the very popular Hook Woods instead of Shipley Glen.

Clerk of Course, Graham Tickner, always does a great job with the section building and planning with a mixture of man-made and natural elements.  He always manages to put in a few extras to keep you busy while the results are being prepared to add to the fun of the day, such as a hill climb or a speed trial (wonder what he'll come up with this time!)


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This year, don't forget, there are none-age-related classes for all routes, so no matter how old you are you can enter and enjoy the comp at any level you feel competant in.  The sport needs lots more intermediate riders (blue route) - why not give it a go!

And to complete the weekend, why not camp with us on Saturday night and join in the social side of the series.  Camping is on-site at a cost of just 5 per vehicle/tent (no bonfires though!) - much cheaper than a hotel, and more fun!

Also this year, with the help of extra sponsors from various events, we're able to hold a "pre-entry raffle" with prizes for the first two pre-entered names to be pulled out of the hat with a 50 each Tartybikes voucher - well worth entering, and well worth entering before the closing date!
Enter on-line below ...
Then pay here ...
British Trials Cup Winners - The first 10 years ...
2007Ben Savage
2008Ben Savage
2009Danny Butler
2010James Hyland
2011Jack Carthy
2012Jack Carthy
2013Jack Carthy
2014Jack Carthy
2015Jack Carthy
The British Trials Cup
2010 Cup Winner James Hyland2011 to 2015 Cup Winner Jack Carthy
2009 Cup Winner Danny Butler2008 - Cup Winner Ben Savage
Who will take the Cup in 2016?  Come along to find out!

British Trials Cup - Round 4 2016 - Blackpool Moon Rocks
A really good weekend at Blackpool, the help in setting up and running the event was fantastic, so many people helping out - thank you all very very much!

Saturday was beautiful sunshine (probably too hot to do much riding) but on the Sunday, even the rain didn't seem to dampen the riders' spirits and everyone seemed to enjoy the sections and the event in general.  There was a really good atmosphere among the riders and others present which all helped to make a good time, all finished off with the lovely Rebecca to present the awards.

Just one accident during the day for Samuel Meeton in Primary Senior Class who came off his bike leaving a section.  We're pleased to say that, despite a lot of blood, he went on to complete the course in just one dab!  Well done to Andrei Burton in Elite on finishing some hard sections also on just one dab.  Overall scores, some high, some medium and some low showed that we had the sections at a perfect level for you all. Well done to all the riders who competed, and welcome to all the new riders who were competing at their first National competition - we hope to see you again at the final round of the season at Hook Woods on 11th September - we can always guarantee another good time at that venue!

Primary ClassPrimary Senior ClassNovice Class Novice Senior ClassIntermediate Class
1stEddie Weightman
2ndFinn Johnstone
3rdOliver Cooper
1stSamuel Meeton
2ndElliott Cooper
3rdMax Ward
1stOliver Weightman
2ndJosh McParland
3rdJamie Smith
1stDaniel White
2ndAndy Cripps
1stAdam Biggins

Intermediate Senior ClassCadet ClassExpert ClassExpert Senior ClassElite Class
1stMichael Beck-Collins
2ndDarren Ring
3rdElliott Tickner
1stReece Seymour
2ndToby Smith
3rdPaul Grange
1stAdam Morewood
2ndCharlie Rolls
3rdTJ Reynoldson
1stWill Ackerley
2ndRyan Crisp
3rdAndrew Chai
1stAndrei Burton
2ndOwen Gawthorpe
3rdJack Carthy

Trials World Cup Round 2, Les Menuires, France
This weekend (8,9 & 10th July) sees the 2nd round of the Trials World Cup being held in the Alpine ski resort of Les Menuires, France. The uk has a big entry for this event with Jack Carthy, Andrei Burton, Dave Kerr and Steve Rogers riding in the 26” class and Sam Oliver and Andy Chai riding the 20” competition. Sam and Andy would have been joined in the 20” by Owen Gawthorpe but a virus is keeping him at home.

Good luck to all of the guys and let us hope for good showings in qualification and for the 2015 World Cup winner Jack Carthy to be topping the podium this time after his unfortunate crash in the first round!

Well done to Jack Carthy - 1st place - and well done to Andrei Burton - 9th place!

ONNIT bikes along with the Biketrial Federation, TykeTrial and the BikeTrial Academy UK will be hosting a Biketrial at the British round of the World Trial GP on Saturday 16th July 2016.  ONNIT bikes will have bikes available to try and buy over the weekend and along with the BikeTrial Academy will be on hand to help any new and inexperienced riders "have a go".

The Trial itself will start at 6.00pm (approx) and will take place inside the boundaries of 4 or 5 of the actual World Trial sections. Giving the riders a unique and exciting view of exactly what the Worlds top trials riders have to contend with!

Thank you to the Biketrial Federation for supplying the entry's and the permit for this event.

The World Trial GP promises to be a spectacular event at this new venue and is well worth attending on both competition days the 16th and 17th July. Event coordinators, Graham Jarvis and John Kerwin have put a lot of effort in to provide what will be a memorable event.

Courtesy of ONNIT bikes, any rider who enters this event is entitled to free admission to watch the main World trial GP on Saturday 16th July, for accompanying parents it will be 10.00 each.  (Normal prices are 13.00 and 20.00 respectively.)  For more information see

TykeTrial Club - 2 days at Olde Home FarmBike Trial Accademy UKBIU British Team at the European Cup
Check out the TykeTrial website for information about their 2-day event at Olde Home Farm on 2nd and 3rd July, including free barbecue!  Non-members welcome.Lots going on at the new (and very successful) practice ground.  Check their page for photos.Massive congratulations to the British riders at the second round of the BIU European Cup.  See the webpage for info.

British Trials Cup - Round 3 2016 - Olde Home Farm, East Yorkshire
Amazing weekend with all thanks to the Ackerley family - it took Simon many hours of work to provide eight great sections, but everyone there really enjoyed the event.  Check out our facebook page for loads of people's photos and video clips.  

Also thanks to the local event sponsors, Marcus Bourne, Peter Winn Tyres, Simon Pilling, D.A.W. Logistics, Wilfred Scruton Ltd, and DRT Trailers, as well as the series sponsors Tartybikes & Trialtech.  The contributions allowed us to provide two 50 vouchers as prizes in a raffle draw for everyone who had pre-entered the event, and to buy a supply of bike parts to use as spot-prizes at this and coming events, as well as to top up the Biketrial Federation funds for the various equipment and running costs.  

The competition, riders, spectators and riding were great, there were some high scores, but there were three people who finished on "0", so well done to Bailey Dacker, Samuel Meeton and Andrei Burton.  There were no major injuries (apart from Reece Seymour's hairline fracture of his fingers, oh, and Darren Ring's pulled hamstring)!  The photos and videos on facebook show how much everyone enjoyed it, do have a look through them!.

The results are now available here.

Primary ClassPrimary Senior ClassNovice Class Novice Senior ClassIntermediate Class
1stBailey Dacker
2ndEddie Weightman
3rdFinn Johnstone
1stSamuel Meeton
2ndElliott Cooper
1stJosh McParland
2ndOliver Weightman
3rdCasey Moore
1stNeil Robinson
2ndReece Penfold
3rdCarl Weightman
1stSam Shepherd

Intermediate Senior ClassCadet ClassExpert ClassExpert Senior ClassElite Class
1stAldis Blacker
2ndAdam Holt
3rdElliott Tickner
1stPaul Grange
2ndReece Seymour
1stCharlie Rolls
2ndAdam Morewood
3rdMarcus Chapman
1stWill Ackerley
2ndRyan Crisp
3rdJoe Prattley
1stAndrei Burton
2ndDave Kerr
3rdOwen Gawthorpe

BIU British BikeTrial Championship 2016 and BIU European Cup Round 1

Beautiful weather at Dudwood in Derbyshire for this event, with some excellent, although challenging, very well set up sections.  It was great to see several old-time riders there as spectators too!

The 39 competitors made their way round the course of 3 laps of 6 sections: with 29 riders competing for the British BIU title and 24 competiting for the BIU European Cup points.  Sad to say that just 6 european riders attended from Slovakia, Catalunya, Italy and Czech - the rest missed out on a great event!

Well done to BIU Delegate, Robin Morewood and to his team of helpers.

Check out the results from the BIU page.

British Trials Cup - Round 2 2016 - Bob Macgregor Trials Park
Another great trial on Sunday 1st May at Bob Macgregor's, a very wet start to the day but the rain stopped shortly after the start leaving the sections a bit muddy for the first lap.  The sunshine helped to dry them up in time for the second lap.  Everyone completed the course of eight sections with not one person retiring which suggests everyone enjoyed it, backed up by the verbal feedback afterwards.  Many thanks to the venue organisers, and to the Clerk of Course and his helpers for such good sections.  We had planned on running another fun speed section at the end of the event, but everyone wanted to get off home - perhaps earlier next time!

The results are now available here
Primary ClassPrimary Senior ClassNovice & Novice Senior ClassIntermediate Class
Intermediate Senior ClassCadet ClassExpert ClassExpert Senior ClassElite Class

British Trials Cup - Round 1 2016 - Seymours Arena

A really good, well-planned event with excellent sections and loads of riders.  Thanks to everyone who came along and rode, observed, helped, and to spectators for making it a relaxed, friendly event.  Thanks to Graham for the Section 9 Fun Speed Section that added a finishing touch to the day.

Results here

Check out or facebook page for loads of photos.

Speed trial winners
Primary ClassPrimary Senior ClassNovice ClassNovice Senior ClassIntermediate Class
Intermediate Senior ClassCadet ClassExpert ClassExpert Senior ClassElite Class

The 2016 Medals have been redesigned and specially made for us by Trialtech.

Many thanks guys!

Now, can YOU win one this year?  You don't know till you try!  Just enter one or more of the British Trials Cup Series in 2016 and have a go!

Series sponsor for 2016 - many thanks to Tartybikes for helping to keep the sport going!  Don't forget to check out their website

Also, Trialtech will once again be designing and having the medals made especially for the 2016 series - watch out for photos when they arrive - thanks a lot guys!

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Plans are well on their way now for the 1st round of the British Trials Cup 2016 at Seymours Arena, Oxfordshire on Sunday 10th April.  Check out the poster and feel free to advertise the event, let's get as many riders and spectators there as possible.  It's a man-made 'natural' venue with some great sections for all levels.  Entry form coming soon.Click for full size poster

The Bike Trial Academy UK will be holding their first practise day at the home of Sam and Charlie Rolls ( Copy Yard Farm, Longstowe, CB23 2UP) on May 22nd 10-4pm. 5 for riders.

This is also an opportunity for non riders to come and see what bike trials is all about. 

If you bring a helmet, Charlie and Sam will have a spare bike you can have a go on. 

 Keep updated on their Facebook page
Bike Trial Academy Information

In plenty of time this year, the entry form for the UCI World Cup events and the Youth World Games is now available here, don't miss the deadlines!  For more information click on the UCI logo on the right.  Don't forget to copy our British Team Manager into the entry form so he can keep track of you British riders!  Good luck to all.

All of the venues and dates above for the British Trials Cup series are now confirmed and safe to make your travel arrangements and book any accommodation.  Really looking forward to seeing everyone again this year.

Welcome to trials in 2016, we're busy orgnanising a great year for you both at club and national events - new venues, new ideas.  Many thanks to everyone who completed the survey at the end of 2015, we're still working through it and will do our best to put ideas into place where possible.

We need more help though, after many years doing the sport's promotional work, Ben Swales has now retired to concentrate on being a teacher!  Thank you Ben for all your hard work in the past.  We do need a volunteer to take on this role; coming along to events, taking photos, writing reports from events, managing the facebook and trials-forum pages, getting reports and photos out to the media, and anything else to promote the sport in the UK.  If you fancy a challenge, do please get in touch with us.

Another of Ben's tasks was to contact those who may wish to sponsor the national series - we don't have anyone to do this yet for 2016 - so if anyone reading this considers the sport is worthy of sponsoring, or if you would be happy to take on the task of making contacts, please, do get in touch with us at

We've tried to make the website a little easier to navigate, without going through several pages to find what you want.  On the left you have the general information about the sport and about the British clubs, and on the right, you have the international information.  Just click on the link or on the logos to take you to the information.  

We're still working on this so please give us a little more time to get it all refreshed and updated.

Good luck to everyone this year, at the clubs, at the national series, and at the international events.  Let's hope for lots more medals coming back to the UK!

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International Trials:
UCI Information for British Riders
BIU Information for British Riders
Bike Trial Academy Information
World Cup Winner 2015 - Jack Carthy
UCI World Cup Winner 2016 The UK's Jack Carthy

Need to look at old British information or results? Click here for the 2015 website and back to 2007