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International Twinshock Association
Trials By Trials Riders For Trials Riders


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



2019 ITSA National Championship Series Schedule!


Round 1 - B&J's Ranch, Dickson, TN., November 4th, (2018)

Rounds 2 & 3 -  Charlie Nash's Ranch April 27th and 28th
Rounds 4 & 5 - Charlie Nash's Ranch May 18th and 19th

Round 6 &7- Chip Hart's Ranch June 22nd and 23rd

Rounds 8 & 9- Chad Praters Ranch July 27th and 28th (NEW LOCATION!!)

Round 10 & 11- B&J's Ranch September 7th and 8th
Round 11 &12 -  Trials Training Center September 21st and 22nd

Round 13 & 14 - Stu Davis's Ranch October 26th and 27th (NEW LOCATION!!)

Rounds 15 - 
B&J Ranch November 9th (Year End Banquet!!)

Round 1 2020 - 
B&J Ranch November 10th






HomeBaker Award

Baker Award


ITSA's first traveling trophy will be for the member who has created the most unique bike for the current year. Members nominate other member's creations for this award. Photos and descriptions should be sent to ITSA via e-mail or "snail" mail. Photos sent by "snail" mail should be on a CD.


Where did the Baker Cup come from and why is it significant? The cup was donated by Bob Baker. He is one of our members from England. "It just showed up in the mail" ("post" as Bob puts it) one day.

It had a note with it.

"Hi Bob,

Hope you can use the enclosed trophy either in the ITSA Trial Series or the Dickson 2 day trial.

Bob Baker"


The next time I talked to Bob on the phone I asked him what the significance of this cup was, where it came from, and why it was important?

What he told me next was truly a phenomenal up lifting experience. He said he had no idea where he got it. He wasn't sure if it was an important award or not. He just had it, and thought it was neat, and figured we could put it to good use.


We had a good laugh as I thought it was some award that was extremely special to him. Like one he may have won in a world round or British championship. But, it wasn't and he never rode them or I don't think he did.


So, the crew took the opportunity to take this seemingly average trophy from it's dull existence and turn it into a highly coveted special ITSA award.


What better way to do that than to award it to the member who creates the most innovative twin shock machine, passing it on year after year between creative members.