It’s hard to believe that we’re over halfway through the 2021 season, and are in our summer break. Even though STRA is on break, there are plenty of trials events in June and early July to keep even the hardcore trials enthusiast satisfied. These include:
June 5 – Trials des Georgia at the Chirt Pit in Ringgold
June 5 – North Georgia Vintage Trials at Henry’s Hills in Cornelia
June 6 – CVOTC trials in Albemarle, NC
June 12 – AHRMA trials in Bybee, TN
June 19-20 – AMA/NATC National in Farrandsville, PA
June 26-27 – AMA/NATC National in Little Hocking, OH
June 28-30 – Family Camp at the Trials Training Center
July 1-3 – East Coast Youth Nationals & Women’s Open 2021 at the Trials Training Center
Enjoy your summer and we’ll see you in the fall when our season resumes at Henry’s Hills in Cornelia, GA on September 18-19.
Registration for the Spring Splash at TTC is now open at the schedule section of the website. Registration will be open through May 20 at 7:00 CDT.
Rounds 5 and 6 of the 2021 STRA season is coming up at Stovall Mountain in Elora, TN on May 1-2, 2021. The Huntsville Trials Club is hosting the event. This is a new location for STRA, but not a new location for trials.
A larger version of the flyer above is available at:
Primitive camping will be available at the trials site. If you’re planning on staying in a hotel, Jared recommended either Winchester, TN or Huntsville, AL
Online signup is now open at:
Online signup will remain open until April 29 (Thursday) evening at 7:00 CDT.
Our next event is fast approaching. It is at Rockcrusher Farm in Young Harris, GA on April 10-11 2021. Primitive camping is available at the event site.
Online signup is open at the 2021 Event Schedule tab on the website. This would also be a good time to check your AMA membership status and renew if necessary.
Online signup will close Thursday (4/8) evening at 8:00 pm.
On Saturday Rider Check-in will be from 8:30 – 10:00, Riders meeting at 10:45 and the first group rides at 11:00.
On Sunday Rider Check-in will be from 7:00 – 8:15, Riders meeting at 8:45 and the first group rides at 9:00.
Our friends from the FTA have a few tips for us coming to Croom for the first time.
- If you’re getting the annual bike pass, pick it up on Friday if possible.
- The gate opens at 8:00 am on Saturday. Expect a line.
- Non street legal bikes aren’t allowed on the road going from the campground to the signup area. It is a 5-10 minute ride on the trails between the two. Trail maps are available.
- Alcoholic beverages are not permitted at Croom
What was your favorite event in 2020? Vote here!