What Is A Trials Bike Show?This is something completely new to Botswana and feast for the Maun biking crowd! If you looking for an off the hook internationally experienced extreme motorcycle show, balance and undercut ledges, full crowd interaction... All rolled into one tight and powerful show - then put your cup of tea down the Stunts in the Swamps might be something you just can't get enough of!
The emphasis in trials is not on speed but balance, traction, throttle/clutch control and advanced riding techniques. Trials riding (also called moto-trials or observed trials) uses incredibly light bikes to negotiate a marked course without putting their foot down, stalling or going outside of the marked course.
For our stunt in Maun, we will be using a variety of obstacles including skips, logs, large tyres, vehicles and one or two volunteers to give you an intense show of perfect balance and bike control.
Muddy Face Botswana will be bring Le Riche Racing to Botswana for the first time and we cannot wait for Botswana to see what these athletes have in store for you!
Le Riche Brothers BioBruce “One Hip Wonder” and Brent “One Wheel le Riche” were born on the back wheel with 2 stroke in their lungs! These champion brothers had a passion to be number 1 from an early age!
With multiple American National Championship wins and Bruce & Brent’s best overall championship finish being a 2nd and 4th respectively, these two brothers are truly world class! America is also where they learnt a lot of their trick riding and their passion for their shows!
Having just something special, these boys have a combined 17 National South African Trials Championships and have crushed all local competition! Ask one of them a career highlight, and it would be both standing on the podium in Oklahoma at the end of a gruelling 6.5 hour North American National Championship, with two South African brothers standing proud, representing their country at such a level! Another highlight would be the first time they ever tried their 360 degree bike rollover, which served them well at shows for so many years!