TRIALGP FRANCE

CAHORS

The 2020 TrialGP France will mark the 23rd anniversary of the famed Cahors Urban Trial although riders can expect much more in the way of natural sections as it is now the penultimate round of the FIM Trial World Championship.
The historic town lies on the Lot river in the Occitanie region of southern France and is around 110km north of Toulouse.
With no shortage of steep climbs to test the best Trial riders in the World, TrialGP France promises to provide a unique – and very spectacular – test of both man and machine.

Address

ALLEE FENELON
46000, Cahors
FRANCE
www.trialurbaindecahors.fr

Classes

TrialGP  - Trial2 - Trial125 - Trial-E

Altitudes

Starting area: 219m / Maximum sections: TBC

Time difference

GMT/UTC +1 hour

Tourist Information

TRIAL URBAIN DE CAHORS - www.trialurbaindecahors.fr

Local hotels

Hotel La Chartreuse - Hotel Le Kyriad - Deltour Hotel - Best Western Plus - Campanile - Ibis Budget - Hotel Terminus - Brit Hotel - Le Coin Des Halles

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Tickets

Free

 

 

TRIALGP JAPAN

MOTEGI

The Twin Ring Motegi facility holds a unique place in the annals of the FIM Trial World Championship and will add to its long and illustrious history when it’s the venue for TrialGP Japan, round two of the 2020 series.

Built by Honda in 1997, it was the venue for the very first TrialGP Japan ever held in 2000 and every year since has hosted a round of the championship – an unparalleled record that is unmatched in the series’ 45-year history.

Named after its two Tarmac race circuits, Twin Ring Motegi lies 140km to the north of Tokyo and will be the only flyaway event in 2020 but is well worth the trip with two days of competition scheduled.

The Trial itself is very compact and easy to follow on foot with a mixture of man-made hazards and natural hill climbs. The Japanese hospitality and organisation is second to none and while the food is very different to that found in Europe, there is plenty of variety and western alternatives to cater for all appetites. 

Transfer from Tokyo by hire car or train is relatively straightforward with many European languages spoken throughout Japan. 

Address

Twin Ring Motegi
120-1 Hiyama Motegimachi
Hagagun Tochigi
321-3597 Japan

Classes

TrialGP - TrialGP Women - Trial2 - Trial125

Altitudes

Starting area: 185m / Maximum sections: 226m

Time difference

GMT/UTC +9 hour

Nearest Airports

Ibaraki airport - 65km / Narita International airport - 125km

Tourist Information

Japan Tourism Agency - www.mlit.go.jp/kankocho/en/ - +81 035 253 8111

Local hotels

Hotel Twin Ring

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TICKETS

Adult 4,300 yen / Junior high school student 1,200 yen / Elementary school student 600 yen / Infant 300yen

TRIALGP GREAT BRITAIN

 

TONG

Back on the calendar after a two-year absence, Tong lies in the north of England in West Yorkshire close to Leeds Bradford Airport and boasts excellent transport links.

Custom-built sections still retain a very natural feel with imposing rock slabs, huge logs, treacherous tree roots and steep climbs figuring prominently and the big news is that for 2020 there will be two points-paying days of action.

The last time the FIM Trial World Championship visited in 2017 it was on a bone-dry, blisteringly hot weekend which made for an abundance of grip but rain could change the whole complexion of the Trial.

Address

Parkwood Offroad Centre
Tong Village Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD4 0RR
UK

Classes

TrialGP  - Trial2 - Trial125

Altitudes

Starting area: 155m / Maximum sections: 155m

Time difference

GMT/UTC +0 hour

Nearest Airports

Leeds Bradford airport - 20km / Manchester airport - 84km

Tourist Information

Visit Bradford  - www.visitbradford.com - +44 1274 433678

Local hotels

www.expressbradford.co.uk - www.jurysinns.com/hotels/bradford

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