Trials riding is an extreme test of bicycle handling skills, over many of obstacles, both natural and man-made. It now has a strong – though small – following worldwide. Skills taken from trials riding can be used practically on any bicycle for balance, for example controlled braking and track standing, or balancing on the bike without putting a foot down. Competition trial bikes are characterised by powerful brakes, wide handlebars, lightweight parts, single-speed low gearing, low tire pressures with a thick rear tire, distinctive frame geometry, and usually no seat.
The Redline Games will hold host to Trial Riders all competing for glory at our inaugural games at the Sydney International Regatta Centre.
Bicycle Trial events at the Redline Games are exhibition only and not suitable for novice riders.