Colorado Springs National Website up.

Discussion in 'Observed Trials Discussion' started by Pancho, May 5, 2004.

  1. Pancho

    Pancho New Member

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    Thanks to Kevin Shirimizu for hosting, there is now a place to get all the information about the Colorado Springs Nationals.

    http://www.cotrials.com/nationals.html

    Any other questions, call me 719.963.4072

    Pancho
     
  2. WhiteRavenKS

    WhiteRavenKS Well-Known Member

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    ohh sick as turds pancho- im so glad you figured out how to get that up... im pretty sure i wouldnt have been able to get it done for you :bigthumb:
     

  3. TTownJon

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    Hell yeah, ill be back in Co for that one.

    Although ive only seriously riden trials for 8 months id like to try my hand at competing. Does anyone have pictures of what a beginer course might look like, or what level of skills are necesary?

    Thanks,
    Jonathan
     
  4. WhiteRavenKS

    WhiteRavenKS Well-Known Member

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    for beginner- sections are really just like a tough, technical part taken from a trail. there is no one wheel moves, no drops so big you cant roll over them.
     
  5. darkside

    darkside Well-Known Member

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    When is registration? Saturday morning? I don't think I can make it out to this, but if I can, I'd want to know.
     
  6. TTownJon

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    Okay, i think im above that level - how about sport? Is there a website that lays this stuff down? - dont want to keep bothering you guys with it.

    thank,
    Jonathan
     
  7. WhiteRavenKS

    WhiteRavenKS Well-Known Member

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    i have no problems fielding answers for this type of stuff at all. its other things i get irritated about- but not helping a newcomer!

    sport sections are technical moves. two wheel stuff. the drops will be bigger but not dangerous. you wont be forced into rear wheel stuff much if at all. you should be able to do stuff two wheels. where beginner you cna roll pretty much everything, sport will require you to hop through the majority of the obsticles.
     
  8. TTownJon

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    Thanks a lot kevin,

    I guess sport is where i would want to be then.

    On an semi-related note, do you know any sport class riders in the boulder denver area that i could ride with this summer? Im gonna be in boulder all summer, and would like to not ride alone all the time.

    thanks,
    Jonathan
     
  9. AndyT

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    Tons of sport class riders...and tons of expert and pro riders as well!!

    Everyone rides together, you don't have to be good to come out on a ride- this is trials not road racing or anything like that. You'll have plenty of people to ride with (even if it is the summer).
     
  10. Pancho

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    Morning of the competition only. Officially 8-11, but we'll make sure everyone gets registered if they show up late or something. As it is, I have to be at my own graduation Saturday morning, so I won't make it there until around 11.


    Pancho