The silent revolution is underway!
- It’s now eight years since the first ever OSET Cup hosted by Yorkshire’s Yeadon Guiseley DMC. It was designed to give a handful of the youngest riders and parents the opportunity to have some fun while learning how to ride trials, as the age children could ride at an...
OSET expands its range of electric trials bikes with the 24.0, a model for the adult-sized rider
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The ACU British Trials Championship continues to be the pinnacle of youth trials. Whilst each round hosts a handful of local talented riders, only a select few will travel the length and breadth of Britain to complete every round and face the mental and physical challenge of the entire championship.
In some ways, the OSET 24.0R was an inevitability. The electric-bike manufacturer has steadily grown alongside founder Ian Smith’s children. When his son, Oliver, outgrew his 20.0R, Smith went back to the drawing board.
OSET Jitsie – Limited Edition Clothing Ranged Launched
Round 6 and final round of the Cornwall Oset Cup Summer Championship was held at Burthy Row Farm on Saturday 27th October. 44 riders turned up to take part on the day in very cold and wet conditions with frequent hail storms throughout the afternoon which made the three laps...
The Dirt Bike Show has played host to the MiniBikeChamps mini supercross races for several years, which has proved to be one of the big attractions at the event. As anyone who has ventured out to the indoor race area has seen, the MiniBikeChamps organisation put on a top-level event...
Round 5 of the 2019, 2 Machs Motorcycles, Cheshire, Oset Cup returned to one of it’s best venues on October 21st. Nant Ucha farm, based in Trevor nr Llangollen hosted the championship for the second time this season.
Next Round Saturday 18th August but please watch out for a change of venue as the land we had booked is now no longer available. Attached below are the standings as of last Sunday and the round results in PDF format.
A sunny bank holiday northern OSET Cup! Who knew bank holidays could have sunshine?