Greetings, the 2015 schedule has been finalized and posted to the site. Currently, we have no Trials Master, Mentor, or Helpers identified for any of the 2015 events. Please take a look at the schedule and decide which event(s) you would like to signup for as a Trials Master, Mentor, or Helper. The cut off date for sign up is 12/31/2014. Please contact me (email@example.com) as soon as possible with the event(s) you would like to sign up for and work. After the signup period ends, if we have a scheduled event with no Trials Master, the event will be canceled. As I receive volunteers, I will update the schedule so everyone can see what events still need workers. So please get back to me with the event(s) you wish to work ASAP!!!!!
Also, you will see on the schedule several new activities and roles. In 2014, we had great success with the mentor program. Marc Dittman rode most of the season mentoring and helping newcomers to MotoTrials. In 2015, we want to make this activity a permanent part of our events. That said, Mark will not be riding 2015 the whole season as a mentor so we need to have several upper class riders volunteer and mentor the newcomers to Mototrials. The mentor role is a great way to help grow our club and earn additional year end points! In addition, we have added a training day to one of our event weekends. Brad Villand will be the instructor along with several other upper class riders. This event will be a great way to get some pointers to improve your riding skills!
As noted on the schedule, we have 2 work weekends identified. Steve Anderson will be the Trials Master and work coordinator for those weekends except for Sunday 5/10. As part of the first work weekend, we will be holding a Trials Master training session to help any new Trails Master with setup and any questions about setting up an event!
Check the schedule out and signup ASAP to help make the 2015 season a great success and loads of FUN!!!!!!
Congratulations to all this year class champions!!!!!
The final 2014 UMTA event was held this past weekend with a great turn out on both days. For those who did not attend, you missed out on perfect weather and great sections by Team Anderson, Rex Hammerschmidt, and Team Villand. Special thanks to first time Trials Master Rex Hammerschmidt who did a awesome job setting up his first event!!!!!! Also, the tradition continued for the season closing event in Brad’s gully!!!! Big rocks a plenty for those who ventured out to test their skills!!!!! The final standings will be posted shortly.
Great time for all who came out to BRF event!!! 13 UMTA members rode on Saturday and 12 UMTA members rode on Sunday. Along with the great turn out, Brian Schultz, Luke Bellock, Abe Anderson, and Alex Schmidt(UMTA Newbee) took top podium honors in their respective class. Weather was perfect with a little rain Friday and Saturday night which really helped in the sanding conditions. Next event October 11 & 12 in Theilman, MN. Hope to see everyone at the next event!!!
The next event is a UMTA/WOTA combined points paying event at Black River Falls WI. Check out the WOTA site for location and directions. http://wisconsintrials.org/?p=24
Saturday – Riders meeting – 10:30 am; Start 11:00 am
Sunday – Riders meeting – 9:30 am; Start 10:00 am
Event duration: Saturday 5 hours, Sunday 4 hours
[Note: Any changes to the event duration will be announced by the Trials Master at the Riders Meeting.]
Another great event for all who came out to ride!!! Fun and challenging sections by team Schmidt!!! Great turnout both days. Check out the current results!!!
Next event will be held at the Flying Dutchmen Motorcycle Club in New Ulm, MN September 6 & 7. Check LOCATIONS tab for directions.
Signup begins at 9:00 am both days
Riders meeting 11:00 am both days
The weekend is shaping up to be perfect weather so come on out and enjoy the event!!!!
The combined UMTA & WOTA event was a BLAST!!!!!!!! If you did not make it out to the event you really missed a great time!!!!!! Highlights – great sections by team Winterer and The Bear. Prizes for getting the first clean in a section. Steve Kirschner taking the ALS challenge – did not know the old guy could move that fast. Next event 9/6 & 9/7 at New Ulm. Hope to see you at the next event!!!!!!!!!