Round 5 of the Cornwall OSET Cup was held at Trebarrow, Bugle on Saturday 1st October. With heavy showers all morning, brollies and waterproofs were prepared but parents and riders breathed a sigh of relief when it stayed dry for the trial.
OSET Bikes officially launches its new electric Motocross bike – the MX-10 and OSET 24.0 at MOTO GP, Silverstone today. Now in full production the bikes will be available from November for the general public.
Last week’s Moto 3 winner, John McPhee joined Ian Smith, founder of OSET Bikes on the Riders for Health stage earlier today.
Oliver Smith on the all new OSET 24.0 will feature on ITV’s new prime time show, Go For It this Saturday 03 September 2016 at 7pm. The programme comes from the makers of Ninja Warrior and The Chase and will be fronted by current Britain's Got More Talent host Stephen Mulhurn.
PODIUM PERFECTION FOR OSET BIKES (Move over Rio….) 22 August 2016 – OSET Bikes has done it. British Champions again!
Camborne and Redruth MCC have been long-time supporters of OSET and were one of the first OSET Cups in the country. This weekend sees the OSET ‘veterans’ invited to stage an Arena Trial across Friday, Saturday and Sunday (19, 20, 21 August) at the Cornish Steam and Country Fair.
Less than a handful of years ago OSET was the new kid on the block and appearing at the GP World Trial for the first time as an exhibitor. Back then, many in the world of trials hadn’t seen an electric trials bike, and it’s fair to say, many were sceptical.
There are just three days to go before the world’s best trials riders roll up to Tong in Bradford for the British World Trial. OSET Bikes, a headline sponsor of the event , is preparing for the arrival of over 50 OSETs for its Saturday night trial.
The second round of the Cornwall OSET Cup was subject to one of those weird weather days – not that it put off any of the 30 riders.
This is the third year the OSET Cup North has visited Westwood nr Sheffield, and thanks to the great British weather proved puddle-tastic! It’s a venue that can be quite technical for those riders on the harder routes, with tight turns, slippy banks and gnarly tree roots.
The YMSA 3 day trial is a flagship event. Held over the August Bank Holiday weekend, there are three trials at separate venues on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday.