kevind

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About kevind

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    Male
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    Runs Scottish Bike trials club. Dad of Aaron and Simon Duke and mechanic,driver, chef, dummy spat out collector, sponsnsor, organiser, packer of van, emptier of van. wont clean bikes after (smile)
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    haddington

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    Lothian
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    kevin duke
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  1. Entry form for first round. 2017Rnd1 Cockenzie entry.docx SCOTTISH BIKE TRIAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM 2016.docx
  2. old skool rulz
  3. More important events to win and no competition here?
  4. Again not to qualified on this. when the riders are younger longer cranks mean easier leverage? and a by product that its easier to get the pedal down to rest? Older riders can gain more strength and therefore can lever a smaller crank over a shorter distance to get more power/lift.? by product that it is less easier to get a pedal down?
  5. He isn't riding the British Championship this year.
  6. that I am, but if you pay attention my little padawan you to could be BS yoda level as well. But it does take years for some people but i think you will be a natural. See how its done? Lewis just sent some pics from FBill all changed on the log rock front maybe a BOOOO but maybe new sections!
  7. No Worries, comps cater for all levels and its mostly old school, turn up have a laugh with your mates slag each other for falling off, have beer/whiskey/non alcohol related drinks if we are camping and talk bull. Hope you can at least make one, but if your coming bring your bikes and ride, it is just for fun. See competition section for dates.
  8. No Worries, comps cater for all levels and its mostly old school, turn up have a laugh with your mates slag each other for falling off, have beer/whiskey/non alcohol related drinks if we are camping and talk bull. Hope you can at least make one, but if your coming bring your bikes and ride, it is just for fun.
  9. No Downhill event included. we are only here for the trials
  10. Hi Guys, I dont know if you are street only riders but Scottish dates are up for our comps. You are all welcome.
  11. Scottish dates for 2017, (so far) Round 1 Cockenzie East Lothian 16th April confirmed entry form below. Round 2 Fort William 7th May (in conjunction with the downhill opening weekend festival and the end of the SSDT) confirmed Round 3 Bob Macgregor trials Academy 11th June Scottish/British round confirmed Round 4 Newburgh near Perth. 24th June Muckmedden event like Cream of the Croft last year but at new venue. Provisional waiting on conformation of section building materials. Round 5 Newcastleton 17th September like last year. Confirmed I will attempt to squeeze in KIllin July/August time if I can get a free weekend? Membership forms and entry forms nearer the first date. I will confirm dates as soon as I get conformation. Kevin
  12. Seaine, if its a British round then you can just enter and pay on line at the Bike trial Federation website. (No licence) If its a club round, if you are only doing one round then you can get a day membership on the day. Just pre enter at the respective clubs contact details. its easy! Wouldn't worry about cycling Ireland, all the national bodies no nothing about trials. But the Scottish one is coming to understand the benefits of trials. See you this year.
  13. Thanks for posting, My Dad and mother in law both have Parkinsons, both to a much lesser extent, but that was just amassing to watch. They have legalised it in some states in America for medical use. Big pharmaceutical companies wont have a money interest, so it will be interesting to see where this goes, as its not just Parkinsons that it relieves symptoms. Cant see it happening in this country?
  14. I was going to give you a round of applause but short arms.