Slip sliding to victory at the annual 99 Trials Association competition | Squamish Chief

Slip sliding to victory at the annual 99 Trials Association competition

Trials riders faced challenges on wet Crumpit Woods course for Canadian Pacific Trials motorcycle series event

Though conditions were challenging, 49 riders took to Crumpit Woods-area trails for the annual 99 Trials Association competition on Sunday, May 26.

The event, which is part of a Canada Pacific Trials Association series, went off without a hitch, says one of its Squamish organizers.

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After a downpour of rain two days prior to the competition, conditions were slippery, making it challenging for riders, the association's president Chessy Knight, told The Chief.

"But overall, folks had a great time, and we will do it again next year," she said.


The winners of the day were:

Expert class:

1st: Sean Bird

2nd: Steve Day

3rd: Andrew Allen


1st: Brian McNeal

2nd: Roy Anderson

3rd: Jason Miller

Senior advanced:

1st: Ted McDowall

2nd: Don Doerksen

3rd: Carl Muller


1st: Jake Loube

2nd: AJ Taylor

3rd: Chris Yamaguchi

Senior intermediate:

1st: Bob Clark

2nd: Skip Parker

3rd: Ted Blow


1st: Erin Evans

2nd: Ron Walsh


1st: Pat Argue

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