Flatslide Carburetors for Twin Shock Masters
Written by OKO Australia   
Monday, 13 October 2014 18:40

Based on tried and proven technology, OKO has developed a revolutionary product – the Half Moon Carburetor. Commonly known as a flatslide or D slide, the OKO range of flatslides are renown for improving throttle response and power via precise fuel metering and limitless tuning options. The flatslide design allows far better fuel atomisation due to far less turbulence right at the point the fuel/air mix. The end result is a transformation of your engine..

With the Twinshock Masters just around the corner, now is the time to consider upgrading that carburetor on your bike. OKO Australia caters for old and new bikes 2 and 4 stroke with a range of round and flatslide carburetors to suit most makes and models. We also stock cables, jets, and almost all internal replacement parts with the addition of being able to assemble kits to suit your application. We have the most common trials wheel bearings in stock.

WDTC Twin Shock Masters Sunday 2 November, Conondale
Written by Rob Wager   
Sunday, 12 October 2014 05:49

Are you coming to what could be Australia's largest gathering of classic and post classic trials riders and their wonderful old machines at the famous Green Park, Conondale, south east Queensland? The unofficial theme for this year is OSSA and there are several newly restored OSSA bikes making a debut. There will be classes for all levels of riders and machines, with a number of upper level riders coming who are claiming that their recent success at the Aussie titles was really only practice for the open class at the TSM! To join the banter leading up to the event join the WDTC Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/167905573420579/.

We are just finalising details for catering for the Saturday night party and presentation. More information and sup regs  will soon be available here and on www.wdtc.org.au

Coona trial in Coffs on 2nd November
Written by Manxman   
Saturday, 11 October 2014 17:16

The Coona club will be holding a solo trial at Peter Foote's property over in Coffs on Sunday 2nd November. Mud map of venue and details are attached. It would be really useful if we had some idea of the numbers expected, for catering etc, so if you are planning to make the trip could you please let us know on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The property owners are reserving their right to refuse entry to the property.

Beta Racing Aussie Titles report
Written by Beta Racing   
Thursday, 09 October 2014 13:55

imageWhat a great event.  Tassie put on an Aussie Titles to be proud of.  Excellent sections, terrific organization, radio broadcast, lots of spectators a really friendly event.

Aussie Titles wrap up from Paul and The Hell Team crew.
Written by Paul Arnott   
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 21:33

2014-ausie-titles-GGTeamWell I’ve just finished unpacking the Van, and settled down in front of the computer to finally have a personal de-brief about the Aussie Titles for 2014.
I’ve got to say a huge thank you to all the Gas Gas, JGas and Scorpa riders who competed at the Tasmanian event, and who made me so proud to be part of the Trials community in Australia – what a great bunch of riders and support crew you are.

(K-Dog is not in the photo because she was taking Bev Anderson to the hospital with a cut hand)! Left to right - Paul Arnott, Chris Bayles, Connor Hogan, Kyle Middleton, Brooke Lonie, Colin Zarcynski.

Trial Magazine Issue 47
Written by Paul Arnott   
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 17:31

TMag-47  Of course the DHL box full of the new air freighted Trial Magazines arrives the day AFTER the Aussie titles, but no worries, Issue 47 of Trial magazine is here with all your Trials News, Action, Events, Product Tests and heaps much more!

As you would expect from such a high quality publication,  its 116 full colour pages of  superb images, and interesting in depth articles from a team dedicated and passionate about the sport of trials.

Available now - $15 including postage Australia wide!

Available for immediate delivery from The Hell Team: LINK

2014 Australian Moto Trials Championship - Event Report, Results and Photos
Written by Matt Langtree   
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 00:04

October 4-5th — Mount Joy, Near Cressy - Tasmania


New South Wales rider Kyle Middleton displayed fantastic form to win the Open Solo title at the Australian Moto Trials Championships in Tasmania. Victorian rider Tim Coleman put in the best performance on Sunday to secure 2nd place overall with NSW rider Colin Zarczynski third and Tasmanian Chris Bayles fourth.

The last time Tasmania hosted this event was in 1985 on the north west coast and this year’s venue at Mt Joy was in excellent shape, with clear blue skies on both days.



Middleton, who was suffering from a shoulder injury said "It was a really high pressure event, sections were not easy. We were all close, Colin was right behind me at the start of the day and I got a 5 which had me worried, but I just pulled it together, kept riding and pulled it off."

The Open Women's class Michelle Coleman from ACT rode a clean lap on day 2 to take the win over NSW rider and 2013 Women's champion Kristie McKinnon. Victorian riders Brooke Lonie and Ina Halls finished third and fourth respectively. McKinnon, Lonie and Halls represented Australia last month in the Trial des Nations in Andorra where they placed 7th overall.


NSW expert rider Jono Chellas dominated the Youth class both days with Bradley Bryant QLD in second and Victorian rider Zachary Mularczyk in third. Chellas was the highest ranking 125cc Aussie rider in the Trial World Championship in Maldon, Victoria earlier this year.

The Junior class was tied on day one between the top three riders. After some section changes overnight Ruben Chadwick from Queensland secured the victory with QLD rider Thomas Wager finishing second and South Australian Connor Hogan third.

The President of the Tasmanian Motorcycle Trials Club said "Spectator numbers were really good and the gate takings were really strong. The general feedback about the event from everyone has been brilliant."

The Australian Moto Trials Championships will be held in New South Wales next year.

Click read more for full results and photos.


Aussie Titles Photos - Day 1 & Day 2
Written by Matt Langtree   
Saturday, 04 October 2014 22:07

We snapped quite a few riders today at the Aussie Titles. Click on either image below to view the photo gallery for the weekend.



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