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Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by Rosey, Mar 18, 2006.
In the mid 1970's the trials boom was supposed to take over in the U.S. All of the major Japanese bike mfg's were making and trying to sell trials bikes in the U.S. I saw one for sale at an old bike auction about 10 years ago in Daytona.
I'm afraid trials is too slow to ever go over as a spectator sport in the U.S. although the people who do it professionally are incredible.
VERY talented riders, but not much of a spectator sport (cool to watch on TV though).
Now if they put them on a half-pipe and put the word "extreme" in it, it would take the country by storm. ;f
I always wanted a trials bike. Someday I'll find one at a decent price. The fact that they are so light is what intrigues me the most about them.