AMA announces 2010 AMA Racing/NATC Observed Trials National
Championship Series schedule
-- The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today the 2010
schedule for the 10-round AMA Racing/NATC Observed Trials National
Championship Series, as well as the dates for the East and West Youth
Riders vying for national titles in several age-, skill- and
machine-based classes in the AMA Racing/NATC Observed Trials National
Championship Series will begin their campaigns on May 1-2 in Tishomingo,
In the East, top youth trials riders will face off July 2-4 in
Sequatchie, Tenn., while in the West, youth titles will be decided on
July 17-19 in Las Vegas, N.M.
"The feats that these riders achieve on their motorcycles, from
scaling vertical cliffs to crossing seemingly impassable rock gardens,
will keep any fan coming back for more," said AMA Director of Racing
Joe Bromley. "Trials is one of the oldest forms of motorcycle sport,
and we're excited to begin another year in the storied history of this
From Oklahoma, the AMA Racing/NATC Observed Trials National Championship
Series will go to Exeter, R.I., for rounds three and four; Cayuta, N.Y.,
for rounds five and six; Pueblo, Colo., for rounds seven and eight; and
Norden, Calif., for rounds nine and 10. The complete schedule, as well as
contact information for the East and West Youth Championships, is below.
2010 AMA Racing/NATC Observed Trials National Championship Series
Texhoma Trials Club
LOC: Tishomingo, Okla.
Rhode Island Trials Club
LOC: Stepping Stone Ranch, Exeter, R.I.
LOC: Cayuta, N.Y.
Rocky Mountain Trials Assoc. (RMTA)
LOC: Turkey Rock, near Howard, Colo.
July 31- Aug. 1
Sacramento P.I.T.S. Inc.
LOC: Norden, Calif.
AMA Racing/NATC Youth Observed Trials Championship Schedule
East Youth Championship
Southeastern Trials Riders Association (STRA)
LOC: Trials Training Center, Sequatchie, Tenn.
West Youth Championship
International Trials School
LOC: Las Vegas, N.M.
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