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{Guyzer Trials}

Guzer Trials frame


Senior trials rider and street genious James Hawkins from Bristol has just shown us a picture of his new custom built Guyzer Trials frame which has been handcrafted for him by a friend. The frame is 100% customised for James's liking and is just 8.75" from the BB shell to the top of the seat tube, it also features a trick paint job and sweet graphics. The geometry is looselybased around the Specialized M2 frame which he says is the best geometry he has ever ridden, However unlike the M2 the Guyzer trials frame has trials specific geometry. It's good to be different and James will now definetly stand out from the crowd. The frame is a one off but James says that if anyone is willing to pay the £400- £500 price tag their is a good chance that he could sort something out. If you are interested then ring the number below -

07967692685 (ask for Guy Rogers)

TrialsKings go Elite


{Adam Burns}

Trials King Adam Burns has told us that he is eyeing up a move into the Elite category for the upcoming Nationals, which are rumoured to commence August to September time. The step up will mean compeating against world class riders such as Akrigg, Hawyes and Tongue on a regular basis, to which he admits would be difficult, but he wants the challenge. Fellow trialskings Danny Holroyd, Steven Howes and Chris Swallow could well go Elite this season as well, and we'd like to wish good luck to all the Trialskings for the 01 season.

Website- www.trialskings.com

MBUK Appearence for Our Wayne


{Wayne Reynolds}

Team Reservoir Cogs member Wayne Reynolds, Norfolk's number one trials rider is set to star in an MBUK feature, the photoshoot has already taken place in both Norwich and Cromer (Norfolk) respectably with Wayne pulling off some phat arse street moves. It should be published in one of the summer issues, and is to be written by none other than moi.

Bike 2001


{Matt Reeson}

21 year old Matt Reeson has been announced as the MBUK/MAD search for a trials star winner, he put on a winning display to beat of the other round winners featured in MBUK, including favourite James Wilson and elite comp rider Michael Graves (Team X-Street) at the Bike Show held at the NEC. The Ed Tongue lookalike walks away with a years contract to team M.A.D and a free team bike, with over £1000 worth of spares. Jammy git!

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