OUI 05 Registration

Hello All,

OUI 05 is fast approaching and you wont want to miss it. It would be really helpful if anyone planning on attending would register ASAP because we need to put an order in for t-shirts and we don’t want to blindy order a bunch of them.

There will be sweet trials obstacles; including a skate park for all you street riders, a killer MUni race, and awesome prizes!!!
Brian Mackenzie will be there filming for his next movie. Don’t forget to get his video “Training Wheel Not Required” at a discounted price when you register.

You can print out the registration forms at

http://carlroth.net/oui05/index.shtml

Hope you can make it out,

Karl

My fax is going in the morning, thanks for the reminder!

Any rough figures on antendees yet?

I’ll be there but I don’t plan on registering until the day of. I"ve already got my t-shirt.

Go team Sand-bag!

Roman

If any one needs a place to stay while in Ottawa for OUI 05, There is room for 3 more people at my place.

Cheers Dave

If anyone on the way between London and Ottawa would like a ride to and from the event (I am staying with friends in town, you would be on your own other than the ride to and from) let me know. I have room for 2 more

I’m not sure if I am leaving thursday night or friday afternoon as of yet.

If anyone wants to be sure to get a t-shirt then please email or call me TODAY!

Carl
C. Roth
Director, OUI’05
(613) 293-5856

The street riding was originally downtown. So where’s this new skatepark location? Nepean?

Coming to OUI!

My brother and I are planning to attend OUI, I was wondering if there is a certified freestyle level tester so that I can be officially tested in the freestyle levels? I’m not into freestyle, but would like to try at the levels up to level 4.

I placed second in beginners trials at TOque, am I required to compete in the expert level high and long jump at OUI or can I still compete in beginner?

Thanks, see you at OUI!
Cameron

Cameron,

You should compete in Sport at OUI’05 for high jump. You only have to go up one level if you have already placed at a major event.

There won’t be a certified level tester but I don’t think you need to be certified for the first 3 levels anyway. Unfortunately we won’t be set up for levels testing this year.

Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday.

Carl
Director OUI’05

Re: OUI 05 Registration

On Fri, 27 May 2005 09:57:34 -0500, “UNIquelyCanadian” wrote:

>My brother and I are planning to attend OUI, I was wondering if there is
>a certified freestyle level tester so that I can be officially tested in
>the freestyle levels? I’m not into freestyle, but would like to try at
>the levels up to level 4.

Check the rules in John Foss’s signature. I’m always confused between
USA and IUF rules, but at least in one set of rules anyone can
level-test anyone up to and including level 4 resulting in an official
level. Of course both anyones must follow the rules to their best
ability.

Only for level 5 and higher you need an officially certified tester.

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