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Motorcycle competition comes to Dundee

    DUNDEE—The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) District 4 will hold an observed trial competition this Sunday, Aug. 14, at Hickory Hollow Winery.
    The motorcycle competition course will take place in the woods. Riders are scored on skill, rather than speed. The object is to ride through marked sections consisting of tight turns, hill climbs, rocks, and logs, all while maintaining control and balance.
    Penalty points are given each time a rider uses his feet to regain his balance or stops with his foot down. Drivers compete for the lowest score. The trial consists of a number of sections connected by a short loop. Riders are classified by ability: Rookie, Novice, Intermediate, Advances, and Expert.
    The event is free to spectators, which starts at noon and runs until 5 p.m. Viewers are asked to stand clear of the course and to not distract the rider. AMA membership is required for competitors, and is available at the event. Riders under age 18 must provide a legal release signed by both parents. The cost to compete is $15.
    Trials in Western New York have been organized since 1976 by the AMA District 4 Trials Committee. The group provides 12 to 15 event District Championship Series each year and have organized 17 National and five World Championship events.

 

 





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