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Flyer! Round #2 CTTA Summer Series 8/13/2017 Kendalia, TX

The 2nd round of the 2017 CTTA Summer Series is coming up on Sunday, August 13.  Glen Roblin is trial mastering this event again this year at the GSL Ranch.  We are excited to get to ride this place again.  This event is an early start on Sunday morning to encourage folks to arrive Saturday and camp the night to best avoid the summer heat. See event flyer for more information. 

Ben Dalgleish

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2017 CTTA Summer Series – Updated Schedule

After a very successful first event this year, the BLB Bash, riders felt the need to take a short break in the schedule for this year’s CTTA Summer Series.  Check out the confirmed schedule this summer and fall.  Our next series event will be Sunday August 13 (8 weeks from now) with Glen Roblin as trial master at the GSL Ranch in Kendalia.  We are going to have a GSL Ranch work day a few weeks before on Saturday July 22.  More info to come.  Make a note of the dates and get yourself prepared for another great series.

Ben Dalgleish

 

Results: Round 1 CTTA Summer Series @ the BLB Bash

Heavy morning showers delayed Round 1 of the BLB Bash until noon. Despite the storms, there was a great turnout for the inaugural BLB Bash at Luckenbach. There were great rides in every class. Emma Burwell took the Rookie Class with 6 only points. Carson Reece, riding with the PRO group, had an amazing 6 pt ride in Intermediate and Ray Peters led the Master class with a clean trial. For all of the section by section scores check out the results; results are courtesy of Mitch Ely.

I want to give a HuGE shout out of THANKS to Ron Sallman! Ron Sallman also organized a PRO event/exhibition and riding trials at Luckenbach has been changed. There are obstacles! Ron and his generous supporters brought in truckload after truckload of huge rocks for everyone’s riding enjoyment.  Hopefully, we’ll have more details on the PRO event in another post.

TEXAS PRO/AM – May 20th, 2017 – Luckenbach, TX

Ron Sallman and the CTTA are hosting PRO and Amateur MotoTrials events to benefit the Brent Lewis Bridges Foundation at Luckenbach on Saturday, May 20th! Many of the top US Pro Men and Women riders, including the current NATC US Mototrials points leader, will be competing in the PRO event!

Many, many tons of rocks have been brought into Luckenbach to enable a fantastic display of Trials skill by the PRO’s and for your riding enjoyment! This should be an amazing show and it’s all for a good cause too; the Brent Lewis Bridges Foundation charter is to bridge the gaps in Cancer Detection, Education and Nutrition.

The Brent Lewis Bridges Bash at Luckenbach is so more than a Trials event, it includes: Texas Hold’em Tournament (Friday evening), MotoTrials, Firehouse BBQ Cook-off by regional Public Service and Auxiliary Organizations, Classic Cars, Trucks, Street Rods, Silent Auction and Music!

Want more info?
– MotoTrials: Texas PRO/AM Flyer
– It’s much more than a MotoTrials event: BLB Bash Poster
– For a good cause: Brent Lewis Bridges Foundation

Results Rounds 7 – 10, 2017 Texas MotoTrials Championship!

Results from Rounds #7 & #8 at CTOR
Results from Rounds #9 & #10 at Red River MC Park

Thanks to Mitch Ely for the results!

2017 Texas MotoTrials Championship – Final Standings

The 2017 series is in the books! 90+ riders competed in the 10 event series. A big Thanks! to everyone that rode or helped organize an event! 2017 Texas MotoTrials Championship Results

Results courtesy of Mitch Ely

2017 Texas State Series of MotoTrials

2017 Texas State Series of MotoTrials
Established 1976, 41 years of fun family competition!

Schedule:

  • Rounds 1-2 January 28-29 TMT @ Twin Hills, Lake Bridgeport TX – FLYER
  • Rounds 3-4 February 18-19 CTTA @ Emma Long Park, Austin TX – FLYER
  • Rounds 5-6 March 11-12 SORTA @ McMahan Ranch, Smithville TX
  • Rounds 7-8 April 22-23 CTTA @ CTOR, Salado TX
  • Rounds 9-10 May 6-7 NTTA @ Red River, Muenster TX

Best 8 of 10 rounds series points count towards the Championship in any class.
A rider must enter and compete in at least 5 of 10 rounds in the Series to be eligible for any class awards. Championship awards will not be distributed in single rider classes.