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Have a scroll through Trials Guru

Bernie June 2018
Bernie Schreiber likes Trials Guru!

It is noticeable at certain times of the year, not much new material is posted on Trials Guru website. There is a good reason for this, annual holidays and a general lack of new articles and material coming forward. It happens!

However, the website is actually crammed with interesting stuff that you may not have seen yet, have you looked or just passed by?

Try out our INDEX to see what is held in our pages and articles, you will be surprised!


Revamp complete!

We have recently undertaken to rebrand (if that is the correct phrase) Trials Guru to reflect what it really is… ‘It’s All About Motorcycle Trials’.


Taking note of comments from our readers and followers, we also decided that the menu banner at the top of the page had become rather too busy and confusing, so we have introduced a simpler format with fewer titles and some drop down menus from the headings which are:

Stand-alone headings: Index; Coming Next!; About: Trials Guru; Useful Links; Contact;

Drop-down headings: Photographers; Riders; Major Events; Features; Regional Sport & Manufacturers.

The ‘Index’ facility is proving really popular.

Hopefully this will enhance your Trials Guru experience and enable you to find articles, features and all sorts of trials information easier and quicker than before, especially if using a mobile device.

Trials Guru – Dedicated to the Sport!

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New title for Trials Guru

After four years of Trials Guru on the web, we have decided to change our headline slogan from “Photos from the sport of trials” to something more aligned with what Trials Guru is about… “It’s All About Motorcycle Trials” and that of course includes electric trials as they have a ‘motor’.

Still Trials Guru, the independent, not for profit website which is recording the history of the sport from the start to the current day.

Trials Guru, made by trials riders and enthusiasts, for trials riders and enthusiasts!


Bob Mac Run 2018 gets refresh

Bob MacGregor 1939
Bob MacGregor (Rudge) in the 1939 SSDT, a trial he won twice (1932 & 1935) and remains the only Scotsman to have won the SSDT in the events 109 year history

The annual Bob MacGregor Memorial Road Run takes place on Tuesday 1st May at Killin.

Organised by Westmorland Motor Club it is open to motorcycles and has a loop of around 139 miles in rural Perthshire.

killin 2018 map

This year the route has been changed and will take it as far out as Blair Atholl and Killiecrankie with fuel at the 60 mile marker.

Entry forms are now released and it costs £15.00 to enter.