The Scottish biketrial club uses the Biketrial Federation's aims and objectives as set out in their Constitution.
The Club Rules can be seen here.
The Club Membership Application Form for 2013 can be downloaded from here.
Best four of five rounds to count
R1 24/05/15 Kinlochleven - entry form here
R2 6 & 7/06/15 Fort William World Downhill weekend (run with British Champ, entry through Biketrial UK)
R3 27/06/15 Killin (Saturday date)
R4 16/08/15 Bob Macgregor Trials Park (with British Champ, entry through Biketrail UK)
R5 13/09/15 Applecross - DATE CHANGED
Best four of five rounds count.
Click on the links above to view entry form and/or results as they become available.
Above: Trials Youtube legend, Danny Macaskill rides the Killin comp - is this to be his new forte!
SBTC was set up in late 2010 after running two fun trial events in late 2010. In 2011 we set up a seven championship trials in Kinlochleven , Ayrshire, East Lothian and Fort William areas. 2012 included some training days and a new Scottish championship with new venues added.
Bike trials are easily the most skillfull bike sport with the riders needing balance and bike control to get themselves and their bikes through the observed sections without losing marks.
Bike trials cater for all ages and abilities, so dads can ride with their sons and mums with their daughters. You can even share the bikes if you like!
Bike trials consist of two or three laps of six to eight sections, with different routes to cater for the different classes. The rider is marked if they put their foot down or fail to get through the section in the maximum time, or fall off the bike. The rider with the lowest score at the end of the day is the winner. The sections are laid out to make sure that all riders can have a good and safe attempt at each section and it is only when you reach expert level that the parts of the sections get huge, but by then you should know what you are doing!
Bike trials have special bikes with very low weight and no seat; they vary in wheel size from 20 inch, 24 inch and 26 inch. It is down to rider preference what they compete on. These bikes are available second hand for only a few hundred pounds and from new from around three hundred to a few thousand. Generally riders buy a cheaper bike with a good frame and then modify them with lighter bits as they progress. The riders are always happy to let new riders have a go on their bikes to get a feel for what they like.
Above: The club grows with more riders
Above: Aaron Duke 2012 Inter Champion 2012 at his first expert event
Above: Felix Huber at Killin
Above: Lewis Munro 2012 Intermediate winner at Killin
Above: Duncan Shaw 2012 Expert winner at Killin
Above: Scott Thomson Novice winner at Killin and champion 2012


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