Observed Trials this weekend.

"This coming weekend Tri-State Trialers will be hosting the MAVT series events #15 & #16 at Granogue Deleware. There are classes for both vintage and modern bikes as well as all skill levels of riders. Competition starts at 11am. both days rain or shine.

Rain make things more interesting! A flyer can be found at:


Anyone interested in trying trials for the first time (you need a trials bike of course) come out for a fun day.

Entry details are on the flyer. It's also a great time just walking to the sections and watching the riders compete. We use "no stop" rules so you don't need to be able to balance while stopped or hop your bike sideways.

Granogue, DE is located along the Brandywine river near Centerville De. not far south of the Pa. state line. From US RT1 go south on RT52 to Centerville De., turn left on Center Meeting Road and then right at Montchanin Rd.. Entrance is second driveway on the left. Watch for signs."

Nearly perfect weather for trials today:





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