2017 Events Schedule

Niagara Trials Committee Contact:
Laverne Bowen (P) 716-930-0766
Entrance fee will be $15.00
  • Eden – May 21st
    4847 Belcher Road, Eden NY 14057
    MAP
  • Dale – June 11th
    4752 Pfleum Road, Dale, NY 14039
    MAP
  • Medina – August 13th
    3405 Bates Road, Medina, NY 14103
    MAP
  • Oakfield – September 17th
    3427 Batavia Oakfield Townline Rd, Oakfield, NY 14125
    MAP
  • Medina – October 8th
    3405 Bates Road, Medina, NY 14103
    MAP

Miller Ranch Trials Contact & Event Information:

Aaron Miller (p) 607 962 7922
Website

  • April 23, 2017
  • July 23, 2017
  • October 15, 2017

District 3 (3D) Trials Contact & Event Information:
Contact: Ian Maynard (P) 607-423-9308
Events start at 11AM
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2017 3-D SCHEDULE

  • SPONGE BOB CUP – May 7
    SANGERFIELD NY, 8021 Kemp Rd
    CONTACT: AL WILLIAMS
    315-841-4381
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  • KRUSHED KAISER KUP – July 9
    MUNNSVILLE NY, MOSQUITO POINT ROAD
    CONTACT: Brandon Maynard
    607-316-8213
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  • PICNIC CUP – August 20
    PRESTON NY
    1098 Co Rt 4
    CONTACT: Brandon Maynard
    607-316-8213
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  • Labor Cup – September 3
    ONEONTA NY, 618 East st
    CONTACT: Rick Thompson
    607-432-7212
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  • Terry Graves Memorial Cup – October 29
    COLLIERSVILLE NY, Fern Ridge Drive
    CONTACT: Jim Reilly
    607-432-0929
District 4 Trials Committee Contact:
Regan Faught (p) 607-731-4820 (e) rwfaughht@aol.com

D4 trials events run from 12:00 to 5:00 with a rider meeting @ 11:45.
AMA membership is required and available at the event.
Competition entry fee is $15
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New York Air Cooled Trials Contact & Event Information:
11 AM start time for all competition events.
Moreland Gate System scoring.
Low entry fee of $10, which includes food after the event.
Website

Getting to Our Events:
The directions provided on our schedule page are for planning purposes only. Construction projects, heavy traffic, weather, or other circumstances may require you to adjust your route accordingly. GPS is a useful tool, but you should always evaluate your route to make sure it is the best way for reaching a particular event. As an aid to navigation, we post orange and black directional arrows in the vicinity of each event. Be on the lookout for them as you approach!
Four Bike Classes:
Prehistoric – 1971 and older.
Historic – 1972 through 1977.
Classic – 1978 and newer twin shock and drum brake.
Modern – 1991 and older monoshock and/or disc brake.
NOTE: To preserve a vintage experience, all bikes must be air-cooled.