News TEC-Cycles sponsors Southern California Trials

TEC-Cycles sponsors Southern California Trials

For the second consecutive year, TEC-Cycles in Riverside is the title sponsor of the Southern California Trials Association Championship Series. One of the best attended observed trials series in the United States, events are held from just north of the Mexican border to the Sierra Nevada Mountains above Bakersfield, California.

"TEC-Cycles has been providing technical service, parts and accessories to the riders of the Southern California Trials Association for three years," stated SCTA President Paul Oswald. "The SCTA is proud to have TEC-Cycles return as the title sponsor for our championship series, and we look forward to collaborating for years to come."

"I have been involved with riding motorcycles all my life," according to TEC-Cycles President Chris Cullins, "and I recognized the need for an active trials dealership in Southern California. It was a natural for me to start TEC-Cycles, and I felt our local club series deserved a title sponsor. I am proud to have my name associated with the SCTA, an organization that helped nurture America’s only trials world champion, Bernie Schreiber. I’m also president of VOTE, the club Schreiber rode with."

Currently, the SCTA Championship Series features 2009 NATC/AMA Expert #3 Andrew Oldar, Expert #6 Ian Delany, Expert 125 #3 Eric Storz, and Youth C Champion Ty Cullins.

TEC-Cycles is an authorized dealer for Scorpa and Sherco, while offering service, parts, and accessories for all brands of observed trials and off-road motorcycles. Additionally, TEC-Cycles offers used off-road machines of all types, which can be shipped anywhere in the United States. The extensive offerings of TEC-Cycles are available at, and 909-224-3375.

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