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Hunter...First Trials!


Caulkboy Stylin


Caulkboy section 1



 Baker Award Winner2008

Hold on George!


Honda-Honda 2 Ready for action!


End of an era....We don't think So!


Greeves, Cotton, James.....History lives Here!


Tiger Cubs...Still a favorite!


Latest Majesty


The Guru's Famous James


The Trialsrooster on a Chicken


Hockeyboy and the log! 


2015 ITSA National Champ Series Results

2017 ITSA Natonal Championship Series

Rounds 1 & 2-Willis, TX Apiril 8th and 9th

Rounds 3 & 4
- TTC Sequatchie, TN April 29th and 30th
Results TTC - 2017 29 Apr 17
Results TTC - 2017 30 Apr 17

Rounds 5 & 6- Sipapu, NM August 12th and 13th

This promises to be our best championship ever! Make your plans to be part of your sports most prestigious series.
Your best 4 rides count for championship points. Ride all 6 and your best 4 finishes count!


Now for the regional schedules!

Southeast Regional Championship Series 2018

Round 1 - B&J's Ranch, Dickson, TN., November 5th, (2017)

Rounds 2 & 3 -  Chip Harts Ranch March 24th and 25th
Rounds 4 & 5 -  B&J Ranch May 5th and 6th

Round 6 &7- Trials Training Center September 8th and 9th (I.T.S.A. National)

Rounds 8 & 9 - Fearless Charlies Springville, TN October 13th and 14th

Round 10- B&J's Ranch, Dickson, TN., November 3rd - Southeast Regional Dinner and Awards
Round 1 -  2019 - B&J's Ranch, Dickson, TN. November 4th



Your best 6 rides count for championship points



Mountain West Vintage Trials Assn. 2017 Series


Rounds 1 & 2 - San Ysidro, NM March 18th & 19th 
Rounds 3 & 4 - Turkey Rock, CO April 22st & 23nd
Rounds 5 & 6 - Buford WY May 27th and 28th
Rounds 7 & 8 - Sipapu, NM August 12th & 13th (ITSA National Championship Rounds 5 & 6)
Rounds 9 & 10 - Tucker CO September 16th & 17th
Rounds 11 & 12 - Roswell, NM October 21st & 22nd


Southwest Vintage Trials Assn. Regional Series 2017

Rounds 1- Donie, TX February 18th

Round 2 & 3 - Palestine, TX March 18th and 19th
Round 4 & 5, Willis, TX April 8th & 9th  (ITSA National rounds 1&2)
Rounds 6 &7- Fruitvale, TX (Canton) May27th and 28th

Round 8 - Caldwell, TX June 11th
Round 9 &10 - Houston, TX. September 16th and 17th
Round 11 - Donie, TX November 18th

Midwest ITSA Trials Series

ITSA would like to thank Tony Glueck for running the Midwest series for the past several years.  Tony is retiring from running the Midwest series and untill we have someone step up to run the series the Midwest will be rolled into the Southeast series.  We look forward to seeing you guys at the events!



HomeSE Round 2 Palmyra
ITSA S.E. Regional Round 2


Rain graced the crew at Vintage Acres on Saturday, March 29, 2008 as they checked the sections and marked the loop. The afternoon riding seminar saw 4 brave souls hone their riding skills on the slippery hillsides.


The layout crew took advantage of the fine weather to exercise the benefit afforded to them and went fishing in the pond. They "ooed" and "aahed" as they watched the Captain hook a "Big One", only to loose it as the battle abruptly came to a close !  Fish - one, Captain -  one  (floating bobber)  Does this mean  ITSA tie?!


As the fishing came to a close, Fearless Charlie cooked up a pile of Crappie he and a friend caught the week before, while a variety of other items hit the grills and pots. Food was shared and all were fat and sassy as they prepared to enjoy the campfire and amateur guitar playing.


Sunday morning arrives to the sound of rain and the sleepy "moans" and "groans" of the "happy campers" arising from the night's slumber.


The "Trials Rooster" cooked up a couple of good omelets with ham, peppers, onions, cheese - the works. Peewee and I helped him eat them.


Then the crew set off to handle a few last minute chores before sign up was opened. The sections looked good, slippery but good.


The sections offered a variety of terrain challenges. The hillside which surrounded the valley posed offcamber turns, climbs and logs. Several sections were set in the ditches that carried the falling water to the creek. Then there was the creek and what a section it was. We crossed it 5 times with each crossing having a different type of challenge. First came the log, second a mud climb then down over some roots into soft creek gravel, back over some roots, down into soft wet sand for a turn up another muddy bank, down into the water again, up a muddy undercut bank to the exit. This section really had most riders pacing up and down the creek. Turns out it looked a lot worse than it was. As most handled it nicely giving them a ride to be proud of.


Newcomers for Sunday parked at the top of the hill due to the fact that the field had become extremely wet and treacherous. Several of us campers were in the valley hopelessly stranded. Not to worry, RQ has a stable of healthy tractors and came to our rescue, pulling campers and then trucks out one by one.


In all a great time was had by all despite the rain. Thanks to RQ for his gratuitous hospitality and help!