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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!



HomeMW Round 1 Cuba

 Cuba 2008 ITSA Trial

 by Captain Dick Septer


The ITSA Midwest trial at Cuba, Missouri. You got to go, it is the best time. I’ve heard this for the last three years. I wanted to go, but just couldn’t pull it off. This year was different though as my sons started riding this year I now have someone to ride with, in the truck that is. They kept telling us if you like rocks you will love Cuba. So Barry and I took off for Cuba on Saturday morning. Not knowing what we were getting into, were these rocks boulders or gravel or bowling balls? Being the first ones to get there we grabbed a drink and headed off to the woods to see if we could find the loop and check out some of the sections. Well, what we found was all of the above style rocks, plus shelf rocks.


  We went back to the truck to start unpacking our tents and gear when some of the other riders started showing up. One of which was Don Brookshire, the man who laid out the sections with a little help from his wife, who commented to him that some of the sections may be a bit challenging. Along with Randy Blackwell,  he gave us a tour of the loop. Feeling pretty good about the trial we went back to the truck to welcome and meet anyone else that was going to camp that night.


  We drove through rain all the way to Cuba and we were thinking it was going to be another one of those weekends where you have to be towed in and out of the parking lot. Low and behold the rain stopped just before we got there and the weather was great. This is where the trouble starts. We are all waiting for Fearless Charlie to show up because he is the campfire king, but he doesn’t make it. Now what? Larry Bast, the land owner and rider shows up and tells me we can burn what ever we can find. When Tony Glueck showed up with a kerosene heater in hand and asked if we were going to have a fire I had to go to work. We burned a pile of brush that we found and at one point they say I even burned myself. Thanks to Pee Wee and Charlie Spann for the music, I think we all had a good time.


   On Sunday the weather was perfect. We set off for section one to find out that Don was a nice guy to talk to, but must have been mad at the world when he laid out the sections. Not dangerous, but a challenge for all riders. The sections did get a little easier after the first one, but not a lot. You had to pay attention to every detail. Don’t take anything for granted. The rocks were sand stone so the traction was great for the most part. A couple of well placed logs made some of the sections very interesting. The rider turn out was good and I got to meet some guys that were just starting and some that had been riding a long time, but had not made it down to Tennessee. The Midwest guys are a great bunch of guys and I’m glad I got to meet them. Bast Farms is a great place for a trial and I hope they continue to have them.


   Everything I was told about Cuba was true. It is a good time and they do have rocks. Talking to Don after the trial and telling him what a good job he done he said that he may have went a little over board, 'cause he whipped his own butt. He should have listened to his wife. And I'm sure she said "I told you so".....