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Welcome to World Trials Canada. WTC is proud to be the sanctioning body for the Canadian national motorcycle trials championship.

WTC is a member of the competition council of the Motorcyclist Confederation of Canada (MCC), which is comprised of each of the national bodies governing the various motorcycle sports in Canada.

Please check our NEWS page for the latest information about the 2019 national championship.

Beginning with the 2009 WTC national championship series (sponsored by Wiesner Insurance), we have been pleased to provide a championship series that is truly national in scope.

2019 WTC National Championship (West)
Sam King wins 2019 Championship

Australian Sam King is the 2019 Canadian National Champion (West), having won the championship event pocket option deposit india, which took place at Scotch Creek, BC, on Sunday, May 19, 2019.

Not too many points were taken by the top experts at the National Championship event, with the 42 competitors all having a great time, with lots of stories and smiles at the finish.

The results for the top three in each class of the National Championship event are gien HERE.

WTC National Championship (East), Morin Heights, Quebec
Michel Belanger takes 2019 National Championship (East)

Michel Fortin Belanger won both events on September 14 and 15, 2019 to once again win the WTC's Canadian Championship (East).

The results can be seen HERE for day one, and HERE for day two.

2018 WTC National Championship (West) - Round Two
Sean Bird wins round two, Stan Bakgaard takes the series

The second round of the WTC National Championship (West) took place at the Carl Kuster Mountain Park, at Malakwa, BC, on September 30.

The expert class was won by Sean Bird, with Sam King in second place. Stan Bakgaard's third place finish ensured him the WTC National Championship title for 2018.

Competitors arrived from the Northwest Territories, Alberta and the west coast for the second (and final) round of the WTC National Championship (West) on Saturday, October 30. The complete results for the trial are shown HERE.

2018 WTC National Championship (East)
Michel Fortin-Bélanger wins both rounds

The Association des trialistes amateurs du Québec hosted both rounds of the 2018 WTC National Championship (East) on Saturday and Sunday, September 15 and 16. The event took place at Morin Heights, Quebec, and included rounds nine and ten of the Quebec Provincial Trials Championship.

Both rounds in the expert ctegory were won by Michel Fortin-Bélanger. The overall second place ended up as a tie after two days of stiff competition. The joint winners of the number two plate (expert) were Felix Fortin-Bélanger and Ontario's Brian Wojnarowski. Congratulations to the winners, and to all the competitors.

The full results can be seen HERE, for day one, and HERE for day two.

2018 WTC National Championship (West) - Stan Bakgaard wins Round 1
Sunday, July 1st at Revelstoke, BC

On July 1st, 2018, the first round of the WTC National Series (West) at Revelstoke, BC saw riders arrive from as far away as Yellowknife, from Alberta and various other parts of BC. Extreme wet weather limited the size of the overall entry, but it was a challenging and rewarding event for those who braved the weather.

The full results are shown HERE.

Results - National Championship (West) on October 8, 2017

It was a challenging year in which to organize trials in the BC interior in 2017, with the extreme forest fire hazard throughout the summer.

The WTC Championship (West) was eventually run on October 8, at the Carl Kuster Motorcycle Park, near Sycamous, BC. The winner of the Champ class was Sam King, followed by Sean Bird and Tanner Nordin.

Full results can be seen HERE.

Results - National Championship (East) on July 8 & 9, 2017

Competitors from Ontario and Quebec made their way to Riviere du Loup, Quebec, on the weekend of July 8 and 9 to vie for the Canadian National Championship (East).

In the Championship class, the winner was once again Michel BĂ©langer, with Oantario's Jonathan English and Brandon Cambareri in second and third place overall.

The sections were challenging, and some riders switched https://pocketoption.in/ to a different class during the course of the weekend. This caused some Sunday scores to be ignored in the quest for national championship points.

The complete results are given HERE.

Results of the National Championships, 2016

The Canadian National Championship (West), sanctioned by World Trials Canada, took place on September 3 and 4 at Revelstoke, BC.

The WTC National Championship (West) appears to have been an unqualified success, with 46 competitors in six classes, and a huge crowd of spectators.

Tino Marin of Calgary won the Expert class. Please see the full results HERE.

The two rounds of the National Championship (East) took place at La Tuque, Québec on May 21 and 22, organized by ATAQ.

The Bélanger name appears more then once in the results, with the first three expert places on both days (and thus the overall results) showing Michel Bélanger, Brian Wojnarowski and Paul-Yvan Bélanger as first, second and third. The Junior results show Axèle Fortin Bélanger as the winner of both rounds, and thus the national champion (East) in the junior class.

The full results for all classes can be seen HERE for day one, and HERE for day two of the championships.

2015 National Championship Results

For the final standings for the National Championship (West) and the National Championship (East), please click HERE and HERE.

Both days of the National Championships (East) were won by Québec's Michel Bélanger. The full results of both days can be seen here, for day one, and here, for day two.

The National Championship (West) was won by Sam King on day one, and by Tino Marin on day two. Tino Marin's 2 -1 placing gave hime the edge fo rthe overall championship. The full results can be seen here.

2015 Regional trials dates established

The dates for trials in Alberta, British Columbia and Québec have been approved. For a full listing of the 2015 dates, please Click Here.

Dates for the 2015 National Championships

The dates for the 2015 Canadian National Trials Championships have been announced. The Eastern Championship rounds will take place at Morin Heights, Québec, on June 20th and 21st, and will be organized by ATAQ.

The Western Championship rounds will take place the following weekend, on June 27th and 28th, at Scotch Creek, BC. These two rounds will be organized by http://pocketoption.in/ Outlaw Dave Rhodes.

WTC National Championship, 2014
Canadian Championship (East), 2014
Michel Bélanger is the new Canadian champion (East). The two rounds of the Eastern championships are complete, and the National Champion (East) is now Michel Bélanger. The full results of each of the two eastern rounds can be see HERE and HERE.

The final standings of the eastern championship for all classes can be seen HERE.

Canadian Championship (West), 2014
Tino Marin became the new Canadian Champion (West) at first WTC Canadian National Championship (West), which was was held in Revelstoke, BC on the weekend of June 28 and 29 in almost perfect weather conditions.

For the full results, along with the supporting classes, please see HERE.

September 25 2014: WTC wants your opinion

The representatives of the WTC wish to hear from trials riders across Canada regarding any suggestions for rule changes. Dave Rhodes has requested that interested parties should forward their ideas to him at  He will will be happy to take the suggestions to the Trials Committee.

Feb 12, 2011: WEC Announces the formation of World Trials Canada

As of February 12th, 2011, the trials division of the WEC will now be recognized as WTC--World Trials Canada. The name change is to reflect the trials section of the WEC as its own entity. The name will represent the global position of trials in Canada while continuing to push the limits of our sport in this country.

Now in its third full year of successfully operating the only truly national championship for many years in Canada, the WTC will continue to be the leader in elevating not only the public image of trials in Canada, but the quality of the events.

The WTC understands that this is the beginning of many exciting announcements regarding the future of trials in Canada, and it remains dedicated to making all aspects of the sport grow.

The WTC is formalizing the announcement of the WTC trials council, which has, in fac, been in place for over three years. The council will be in charge of scheduling and governing the national trials body with the help of the following members: Dave Rhodes (BC), Harold Pospisil (Alberta), Sean Weisner (Ontario), Martin Roy and Stephen Fotheringham (Quebec).

Click here for WTC Trials Rule Book (2013 edition) (in PDF format)

For more Canadian Trials information www.trialscanada.com

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