World Cup Trial

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World Cup Trial Definition of Trial The first UCI Trial World Championships were held in 1984. Trial is one of the most exciting of all cycling disciplines

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Trialbiking

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Definition of Trial

The first UCI Trial World Championships were held in 1984.

Trial is one of the most exciting of all cycling disciplines. The cyclists have to get over obstacles grouped into "sections", without ever setting foot on the ground (or they incur penalties). The most common obstacles are rocks and shrubs, but can be almost anything: huge cardboard boxes, cars, tables, etc. After negotiating a series of "sections", the rider who has collected the fewest penalty points is declared the winner.

There are two categories of trial competition. The difference is in the wheel size: 20 or 26 inches.

source: UCI.ch

different trial sizes

23' wheel