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slash Fabfour is the first unicycle trialist in Brussels, making us pretty dim in comparison. This is definitely an interesting variation of trials to check out.
slash Joe Hodges: Unitrial British Champion... Well, just really really good
slash Suhong Min (aka Sponge): another unitrialist on the UK scene.

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About the riders showing all the nice moves...
slash Adam: a champion in the making?
slash Andrew Chai: another top notch urban mod rider from the London scene.
slash Chris: all the way from Beijing, power and precision.
slash Denis part of the new generation of trials riders in Brussels.
slash Fred has been riding trials for a while. Now he does a lot of dirt as well.
slash Mr Fred, based in Kent, power with a strong commitment to the front-wheel.
slash Joe : from Essex, building the hype.
slash John: based in Cambridge, does some kind of experimental riding on his mod bike.
slash Jonny: also based in Cambridge, has a very much streety approach to trials.
slash José rides a 20" bike simply because he started trials with that. Impressive bunny hopper and side hopper.
slash Juan practices frantically on his 20" mod bike. He is excellent for tracing new chaotic zones. According to him, you'll never practice enough. So get on your bike now!
slash Julien builds and maintains TrashZen (that explains the funny roadwork trousers).
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slash Liam: boosts all his mod lines with mental noises.
slash Matt: a rising star in London, rides nearly indifferently mods or stock bikes.
slash Maxi: The Argentinian connexion from Rosario.
slash Michele: The Argentinian connexion (bis)on the move.
slash Mehdi (aka Chympi), gets most of his inspiration from trials, to deliver stunning graphics and photo effects. Visit the Gallery to check out some of his work.
slash Nico has just bought his first trials mod early 2003, a 20" monty. Impatient to learn cool tricks, still learning the basics.
slash Olly rides both a mod trials bike and a BMX, and confuses newbies by mixing all styles in the local skate park.
slash Pépito is now the first mountain bike trials rider in Brussels
(he coaches some other mtb riders into trials).
slash Ramiro is one of the many trials riders in Barcelona. In 2002, he got first ranking in Spain in the Expert category. Very smooth style.
slash Si: one of the M.A.D team trials and stunt riders.
slash Simon: one of the few 24" trials riders around Cambridge.
slash Wally alternates between stock and mod bikes.
slash Wing: a rider based in Cambridge, (now in Bangor for most of the time).

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Some of the Pro riders out there...
slash Andrei Burton: a top notch British stock bike rider.
slash Aurélien Fontenoy: a top notch French rider catching up.
slash Benito Ros Charral: top spanish rider, several times World champion in 20".
slash Ben Savage: the real spirit of natural trials.
slash Bruno Arnold: several time world champion.
slash Carlez Diaz Codina: another top spanish rider in the mod category.
slash César Cañas: short presentation of a trials legend.
slash Giacomo Coustellier: among the top French riders.
slash Gilles Coustellier: the brothers are there to steal the show.
slash Kenny Belaey several times world champion in both 20" and 26" bikes.
slash Marc Caisso: the French trials legend won it all. Leads by the example.
slash Martyn Ashton: largely contributes to making trials riding popular.
slash Ryan Leech: the best known rider in Canada.
slash Thomas Oehler: number one rider in Austria, not just in street riding.
slash Vincent Hermance: Number one in France and several times World champion.
slash Waynio: alternates between 26" and 20" bikes, just more fun into it.

Organise your own demo or check out some demo teams
Organise some trials demos alongside any local events. It's great to have some public, if the atmosphere is good you can do more than the usual tricks.

indoor demo at a trade show in a theatre

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