The occasion of the third round of the 2016 FIM Trial World Championship in Gefrees, Germany this weekend will provide the perfect opportunity for the home riders in the Trial125 class to grab glory in front of their loyal fans.
Currently Max Faude – Beta sits in second place in the overall series standings having followed class leader Jack Peace – Gas Gas on all four counting days to date. If Faude is to have any hope of lifting the title come the end of the season, he will have to convert his run of runners up spots into a string of victories over the following events, and there would be no better place to start that process than at his home GP this weekend.
Another German rider in the Trial125 class who will be looking to make his mark is Jarmo Robrahn – Beta who notched up six runners up places in the series last year before moving up to Trial2 at the start of this season. Robrahn has opted to revert to the Trial125 for his home GP this weekend as he looks to join his compatriot Faude in going all out for German glory.