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Check, Mate.

OK, good karma seekers, here's a great opportunity for aquiring some really fine Karma (and right before the holidays, to boot)! First off, this weekend, this Sunday more specifically, come on out to Keyesville and pitch in with the Big Feets to help set the sections for the BIG WOOD. Good Karma; 1, bad Karma; zero.

Next, volunteer to check the BIG WOOD next Sunday the 11th, and win the good vibe, best friend award! You know how great that feels! So, if you check, did you realize you would be joining the ranks of THESE wonderful humans?

1.   Jim Pyeatt (awesome)
2.   Bill Mattson (nice job)
3.   Erik Mattson (What a swell guy)
4.   Scott Alten (altruistic)
5.   Rick Spruell (unbound benevolence)
6.   Gary Stewart! (Santa's favorite)
7.   Sir William Merritt (her majesty's agent sent to civilize Captain O)
8.   Teri Ritchieson (You rock it, girl!)
9.   YOUR NAME HERE (utopian)
10. Cole Cullins (truly the next big thing in Advanced class.)
11. Just one more Adult please! Please!                                                                                                                                                                                                     Those eyes! Cole is WAY focused!So come on, give us a message here at the good ol', and we will make sure that Santa treats you better than Rudolph.

Cheers, Damon B.



The Set-up.

Well, it's this weekend, folks. The FINALweekend before ROUND 4, The Big Wood Trial. The pre-wood, if you will. The Big Feets gang will be up there this SUNDAY 12/4 at 9:00 am, replete with stakes, split cards, and a get 'er done attitude! Come help with getting the course all laid out, no experience needed. Seriously! If you are in the area, join the crew! bring a staple gun if you have one!Just another beautiful day on the rocks of Keyesville.


Talking Trials

Greetings all,

Just a shout out to all our dear readers, to check out our built-in, omnipresent trials message board, right here on the site. If you click on the link above, the one that says TALK TRIALS, you get right to all the trials communication you might ever need.

This page is there, you just all gotta use it.

No moderation, no filters, all trials. All for you, SoCal.



Big Love for Big Feets

Good morning, from my usual Saturday Starbucks SCTA headquarters.
From the folks at Big Feets Trials Club: Breaking news: There will be A PREP WEEKEND WORK PARTY on Thanksgiving weekend! Camping is available at the pits. Ride the loop, set some sections, and enjoy the beauty of the southern Sierras. This is in preparation for our December 11, Round 4 event, the BIG WOOD TRIAL.
Do your Karma some good, come help set up. Let us know here, or on our Facebook page if you are interested.

I'll post more information here as it becomes availabe. Have a great weekend y'all.




Results, Standings, and Bragging Rights.

Yep, all that and more, thanks to the pointskeeper! Thanks Erik.
Get your results here. just by clicking.


Results? Yes we got 'em.

Hi anxious friends, we now have the stunning results,in all their excel spreadsheeted glory! Go download them NOW, right here. Round 3 results will be posted shortly. (Give us a break, our scorekeeper's finger is kind of sliced and diced right now) Get well soon Erik!


ALSO ALSO! Did you know there is a vintage Trial coming up? An AHRMA National Two-day trial? Well yes there is! While not a part of the SCTA series, I heartily suggest you go check out these blokes!Sincerely old school. Like your daddy rode in the day.Also at the wonderland of trials that is MotoVentures, November 12 and 13th. Download more info here.

Finally, our low-life web guy promises to place more info on the banner image, regarding The BIG WOOD TRIAL, hosted by Big Feets Trials Club, held December 11. Just need to get back to my Mac.



MOTOMOTO: The Big Thanks!

What a weekend! Our intrepid Pointskeeper/Scorekeeper, Eric Mattson, before the finger incident.Two perfect days, with a classic rain shower hitting exactly as we were wrapping up, as the weather gods smiled upon us. Two hard-fought days, with only a couple of trips to Temecula Regional thrown in.

A HUGE thanks to all who made it happen, starting with Marcus Miller, outgoing SDTR President. Thank you for always pouring your heart, and sweat, into every event. Thanks to Jared Malmquist and John Russo of Motoworld, for ALL the amazing prizes(!) with all proceeds going to the American Trial de Nations team- nice. Thanks to Gabby Caperon for helping me count the cash and balance the books, and for just always being on top of things. Thanks to Ryan Miller for his georgeously lettered scoresheets- way impressive. Thanks to SDTR, for easily staffing all 20 sections with the best checkers, ever. Thanks to Gary LaPlante of Motoventures, and the Cahuilla Band of indians for the opportunity to ride.

PS: A few pics, here.




Rounds 2 and 3, next Saturday and Sunday. At beautiful Cahuilla Creek, AKA MotoVentures, AKA Anza. AKA,-116.7677067,18.59z

Anyhow, this coming weekend, throw away your silly Halloween party plans, because we'll be dressing up as MOTOMOTO maniacs, for two whole days as we criss cross around some of the funnest singletrack you can scoot your trials bike along in all of SoCal! San Diego Trials riders have once again crafted a set of events guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. Prizes too! tires, grips, and who knows what other goodies await you if you ride or check on Saturday!

The season is young, the sections are incredible, and the skies are always blue. Next weekend. At Motoventures.

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