UK Trials Championships Results

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 6 months, you’re probably aware that we ran the UK Trials Championships over the late May bank holiday weekend. It was the first time a UK national urban unicycle competition has run for 5 years. The main trials competition was actually held on the exact 5 year anniversary of the last UK trials competition in Cardiff back in 2013.

UK Trials Podium 2018
2018 UK Trials Podium Left to right – Cameron Peacock, Mike Taylor, Edd Hawkes

 

The weekend was a huge success, with competitions running for trials, speed trials, high jump and long jump. We also had an eliminator trial for fun on the Sunday. The trials results are divided into the UK only and mixed overall results. Only UK riders could win the trophy and medals in the main trials competition but all other competitions were open to all riders.

You can download the results from all the competitions below.

UK Trials Championships Results – UK

UK Trials Championships Results – Trials – All

UK Trials Championships Results – Speed Trials Qualifications

UK Trials Championships Results – Speed Trials Finals

UK Trials Championships Results – High Jump

UK Trials Championships Results – Long Jump

Radical Bikes Tom getting stuck into the eliminator trial

We’d like to say thank you to all the riders who made the effort to come along and take part in the competitions. We’d also like to show our massive appreciation to everyone who helped out in the running of the event, no matter how small a part you played. Whether you chopped veg, moved pallets, typed in scores, measured distances, observed lines, timed runs, repaired trials obstacles or commentated, big ups to everyone involved. Finally, this event would not have happened without the amazing Radical Bikes Bikepark and the work of Molly, Tom and all the Rad team. Whenever we needed something, they came through with the goods. This event would honestly not been the same if we’d held it anywhere else. Thank you guys <3

 

We’ll see you again next year!

 

All photos courtesy of Nat Snell