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Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 7:13 pm
by The Hell Team
if you go to the main menu at the top of the page there is a Clubs contact page.
In the NSW section there is a contact for BWPMCC
Bob MCGlinchy from the club will be happy to answer all your questions, he is a font of trials knowledge.
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Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 8:58 pm
by Stout
THT: Nice work; Straight up!
jml: There is absolutely no reason the construct you suggest could not be a reality.
This is specifically what is proposed under the NSW Trial Riders Association.
Meanwhile, there is no reason you could not champion this arrangement in your own club.

Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 9:11 pm
by Dirt_drifter
I forgot the main page even existed! I only ever use tapatalk on mobile. Thanks.

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Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 9:37 pm
by jml
Stout wrote:jml: There is absolutely no reason the construct you suggest could not be a reality.
This is specifically what is proposed under the NSW Trial Riders Association.
Meanwhile, there is no reason you could not champion this arrangement in your own club.


Hey Stout,

I'm been told by Gary Boniface that this might be a reality in 2017 with the NSW Troy Series, but it would be great if it could be extended to all clubs and rounds through the "NTRA".

Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Mon May 16, 2016 10:23 pm
by Stout
jml, I agree 100%
But these kind of improvements start with a bunch of us selling initiatives within our own clubs.
When I raced Lasers (sailing dinghies) in the 1990s, everyone did their turn as an event official and was awarded their average points for that round in the Club Championship. It wasn't a new idea then either.

Re: NSW event calendar

Posted: Thu May 19, 2016 5:35 pm
by jml
Stout wrote:jml, I agree 100%
When I raced Lasers (sailing dinghies) in the 1990s, everyone did their turn as an event official and was awarded their average points for that round in the Club Championship. It wasn't a new idea then either.


Yep, similar concept for Bicycle Racing on the roads. Everyone had to participate in being a traffic controller in order to allow the event to run. I'm sure if events started getting canned because of lack of volunteers people would organize themselves quickly. #-o