Trials at UNICON?

I was wondering how the trials competitions were going to be set up at
UNICON… are the rules going to be like they were proposed a while back,
(awarded for completing an obstacle, not penalized for dabs, jam session style)
or otherwise?

thanks a lot,

Dylan

Re: Trials at UNICON?

The actual competition will be just like you say- points awarded for succesfully completing an
obstacle; no limit to attempts needed. Hopefully the system works because it’s the first time
it’s being used.

-Kris.
— Dylan Wallinger <extremeunicycler@aol.com> wrote:
> I was wondering how the trials competitions were going to be set up at
> UNICON… are the rules going to be like they were proposed a while back,
> (awarded for completing an obstacle, not penalized for dabs, jam session style)
> or otherwise?
>
> thanks a lot,
>
> Dylan
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Re: Trials at UNICON?

And we’re planning on using the same system at the California Muni Weekend
Sept 20-22. Kris is planning to be there also to officiate. I think that
this system is vastly superior for everyone involved to the bike trials
scheme that’s been used in the past. Although it might take a couple of
times to get it dialed in.

—Nathan

“Kris Holm” <danger_uni@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.1026326184.23521.rsu@unicycling.org
> The actual competition will be just like you say- points awarded for
succesfully completing an
> obstacle; no limit to attempts needed. Hopefully the system works because
it’s the first time
> it’s being used.
>
> -Kris.
> — Dylan Wallinger <extremeunicycler@aol.com> wrote:
> > I was wondering how the trials competitions were going to be set up at
> > UNICON… are the rules going to be like they were proposed a while
back,
> > (awarded for completing an obstacle, not penalized for dabs, jam session
style)
> > or otherwise?
> >
> > thanks a lot,
> >
> > Dylan