New Website is Up and Running!
Hey guys and gals,
Matt’s new webpage is now up and running! Some of the new stuff you can find:
- An entirely new web design and features!
- Twitter News Feed
- Large photo galleries
- etc etc
There are still a lot of changes to come, including but not limited to:
- More photos
- More videos
- More merchandise
- Demo dates
Candy town classic trials competition is back!
- That’s right, we are bringing back the Candy Town trials comp! Matt Gilman and JJ Gregorowicz are rejuvenating the classic Candytown competition. It has been over a decade since the last bicycle trials comp was held there. Those who have had a chance to ride or even compete there in the past, will speak for the awesome rocks that are there to ride! For those who have not been there before, you shouldn’t miss this classic venue to compete at.
Candytown motorcycle trials club is located in Hershey PA. at:
2698 Steinruck Rd.
Elizabethtown, PA. 17022
For map and directions, please visit this link below.
This comp will be held on Sunday, September 28 2014.
Registration starts at 9 am. Rider meeting at 10:30 with the start of the comp to start once the rider meeting finishes.
Classes: Beginner, Sport, Expert and Pro.
For those that are thinking of getting into the sport of trials, come out and try out the beginner section on your mountain bike! All levels of riders are welcome to come out and try your skills on any of the sections; Weather or not you have a trials specific bike.
Registration takes place on the day of the event. Registration costs $25.00
Planning on having prizes and trophy’s for the top 3 in Expert, Sport, and beginner classes. Pro’s will have cash prizes for the top 3.
If you want to come out just to spectate and to see what a trials competition is all about, please take the time and come join us for this event. There is no cost for spectators. The more spectators the better! Be sure to tell your friends and family about this awesome classic competition! This is an open event to everyone!
I will be posting more details up as they come available. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me via email @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call @ 443-650-8441.
School assembly information
I recently signed up for a school assembly website. On this site I have a page that gives an overview of my school show. There is some information about my school performance as well as some talking points that I make throughout a school show. There are also reviews from past schools that I’ve done as well as a school demo video. The link below will take you to my direct page on assembly Buzz! If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. If you would like to book a school show through me my email is below on this page or on the link that I am providing below
Home workshop. Video blog
In this video blog I show you my homeshop area. I showed many of the bikes that I have in my basement. I also talk about some of the parts on my new bike.
Blind Bike Trials, shut down in Baltimore city. Video blog.
This is the second in a series of video blogs that I’ve just started doing. In this when I talk about riding in Baltimore city and my new bike that I had recently put together. I also ride in this one at the end.
To watch this blog please click on the link below.
Video blog part 1
this is the first part in a video series of blogs that I am starting to do. This was filmed at a local elementary school in Howard county. Stay tuned as I will be putting out blogs pretty frequently. I’m going to do not only demo blogs but writing blogs and random blogs as well.
Please click on the link below to view the blog.
Going to be on the radio!
I am going to be on the radio this Sunday between 7 and 8 PM. You can listen in at the link below if you’re not in the Baltimore area. Be sure to check it out! Spread the word please.
Tour De Cure!
I am doing a trials demo on May 4 for the American diabetes Association! Help me raise money for this calls! I have provided this link below to my profile where you can donate! Please help me find a cure by donating at this link below!
Outside television, dispatches. Featuring Matt Gilman
A television show called dispatches on the network outside television. They did a feature story with Matt Gilman the blind trials rider! They interviewed mad and film some of his riding. They also interviewed his eye doctor. Be sure to watch the video at the link below to find out how bad Matt’s Vision really is!
Motivational mountain bike show at a local school featuring Matt Gilman.
The link below is to a video of Matt Gilman doing a motivational mountain bike show at a local elementary school. It is a edited version of his school show. It was for third to fifth grade students. You can hear the excitement that these kids had watching Matt do his amazing bike tricks.