Trial Spain 2014

Spanish men head to Andorra as hot favourites

Undefeated for the last decade, Spain’s male team will arrive in Andorra this coming weekend as the outright and hot favourites to lift the FIM Trial des Nations trophy for an eleventh straight year in a row. Headed by the recently crowned 2014 FIM Trial World Champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda and ably supported runner up in the same series Adam Raga – Gas Gas plus World number three and four Albert Cabestany – Sherco and Jeroni Fajardo – Beta respectively it is not difficult to understand why anyone would doubt another victory for Spain’s men this Sunday. Continue reading

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Katy Sunter ready to make her mark

Katy Sunter – Gas Gas who will celebrate her thirtieth birthday later this month is coming of age and is now ready to make her mark on the FIM Women’s Trial World Championship when the series arrives in Spain this weekend. Sunter who was born in the birth place of Trial, namely Great Britain, enjoyed her best ever campaign in 2013 when she placed fifth in the final rankings six years after she first joined the series. Now Sunter believes she can go even better this year thanks to her newfound confidence, as Katy explained. Continue reading

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Title fight goes down to the wire

Press Release FIM FIM Trial World Championship Arnedo (Spain)

The fight for the 2014 FIM Trial World Championship hangs in the balance with just seven points separating arch rivals Toni Bou – Repsol Honda and Adam Raga – Gas Gas as the two Spanish riders head to their home Grand Prix this coming weekend, which will mark the final round of this year’s series. Currently Bou has recorded five victories this season compared to the four wins achieved by Raga, but it was the Gas Gas teamster who stole the all important victory last time out at the French GP to reduce the gap on the defending champion and to take the title fight down to the wire. Continue reading