A great result for TRS with 5 of the top 9 places in Open Solo at the 2022 Australian Trials Championships going to TRS mounted riders. Congratulations to Colin Zarczynski, Billy Gough, and JJ Chellas for a spectacular weekend, and Chris Bayles for a very impressive podium, snatching a brilliant 3rd place when it mattered.
But to no surprise, Australia's finest, Kyle Middleton took out his tenth Australian Trials Championship in a spectacular display of skill and finesse to prove he is the GOAT of Australian Trials.
It was a slow start for Kyle on Day 1, with GasGas rider Connor Hogan applying serious pressure, both riders finishing tied on points on Saturday night, but Kyle lit the fuse Sunday morning and showed everyone, including the International riders Jack Dance and Gael Chatagno, how it's done, starting the morning off with a lap of 5 that never saw him troubled again. He was back on form and impressed everyone with his consumate technique and determination.
The 2022 TRS ONE RR again showing it dominance as the bike that does it all.
1st Place; Kyle Middleton - TRS ONE RR 300
2nd Place: Connor Hogan - GasGas 300
3rd Place: Chris Bayles - TRS ONE RR 300
Five of the top nine places in Trial 1 (Open Solo) all on 2022 TRS ONE RR 300