WHAT IS MOTORCYCLE TRIALS?
Motorcycle trials is a slow-speed competition where the object is to ride through skill-appropriate "sections" without putting your feet down or making any other errors. Sections are attempted by one rider at a time over terrain that includes multiple obstacles and/or tight turns that require skill to negotiate, rather than speed.
Points are given for faults and failures committed within the sections.
The rider in each class with the lowest total score is the winner.
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NEW MEMBER INFORMATION
Welcome to the world of trials! The documents, links and FAQs below will provide the information you need to be able to compete and understand the rules that are followed at an event. Visit the Contact Us page to reach out to any of the officers via email for help or use the contact form below if you have any questions at all.
What does it cost?
Registering in advance for a one-day event costs $30. A two-day event is $60.
Do I have to be a member?
You do not have to be a club member to participate in an event.
What does a PST membership get you?
Members are eligible for PST class ranking and end of the year trophy based on standings and gives you a voice through voting on how the club is run. The club in turn uses membership funds to put on special events and the year-end banquet. Membership is $30 annually. More info
What is a season pass?
The season passes are a great value and include membership, entry to all PST point rounds, New Year’s trial school, and the awards banquet. Season passes are a great value but only available at the beginning of the season. More info
Are spectators welcome?
Yes, and it is free. Registration online is required so we know to expect you.
Do I need a trials bike to participate?
Yes. A trials bike with trials tires is required.
What should I bring to an event?
Your trials bike, trials boots (ideally) and a helmet. Water and snacks are necessary. Thin gloves, like trials gloves, are recommented.
I have more questions. What do I do?
If you are active on Facebook, join our Facebook group. We are friendly and helpful, whether you are looking for parts, a bike, or trying to pick out appropriate gear.