Six Days in Scotland by Becky Cook

The first week in May means only one thing to a trials rider, The Scottish Six Day Trial. 180 sections, 440 miles of moors, tracks and road over six days makes it without doubt the toughest trial in the world. 275 riders took part, of these there were only 5 girls. I set off aboard the [...]

Dan Hemingway- April

Wow now the dark realisation that I’m actually NOT allowed to do any physical exercise is really hitting home! What do you do when you’re injured and can’t put any weight on the body part that’s broken/dislocated? That’s right you sit on your arse looking into the computer or iPhone buying stuff. In my case [...]

On The Road with James Dabill- Scottish Six Day Trial

We go on the road with James Dabill in another instalment of  our videos with the trials rider. This time it was up to Scotland for the legendary Scottish Six Day Trials event. Watch for some great trials action and stunning scenery in the highlands…

“How To” Videos Series 2 is here!

You may remember our first series of How To videos with Bike Riders United last November. Well we’re back with series 2 and they’re a little more advanced this time! Check out the first in the series below as Martyn Ashton teaches you how to do the Rockwalk Drop Off…

James Dabill- Second stop of FIM World Trials Championship

James Dabill was amongst four British Riders who made the long haul trip to the first ever Australia GP, held over two days at Mount Tarrengower in the county of Victoria.  This two-day championship, is the second stop of the 2012 FIM World Trials Championship calendar, and an important test for the riders to make [...]