Joseph Feftik Kvetoslav Masita
Zdenek Cespiva Frantisek Mvasek
Peter Cemus Jaroslav Briza
International Six Days Trial in the beginning of the 70's was very much a Czechoslovakian affair. The Czechs rode their Jawas fast and efficient and claimed no less than 14 Trophy and Vase titles. DDR that dominated most of the 60's never managed to regain any title in the 70's.
1970 in Spain (El Escorial), Czechoslovakia won both the Trophy (Senior) and the Vase (Junior) title. The 1970 czech riders where: Jaroslav Bríza, Zdenek Cespiva, Josef Fojtík, Josef Císar, Kvetoslav Masita and Frantizek Mrázek.
1971 the competition was held in Great Britain (Isle of Man). The czech riders: Jaroslav Bríza, Zdenek Cespiva, Josef Fojtík, Josef Císar, Kvetoslav Masita and Frantizek Mrázek. Took both the Trophy and the Vase title.
The 1972 Czechoslovakian (Spindleruv Mlyn) ISDT was a repetition exept that Kvetoslav Masita didn't participate.
1973 Penton 125cc, Dough Wilford's ISDT bike In 1973 United states was determined to give the czech's a fight on home soil and had a bit of success in that effort. The competition was held at Dalton Massachusetts and the US team took the Vase (Junior) trophy. The 1973 Vase riders where Dick Burleson, Malcolm Smith, Ed Schmidt and Ron Bohn. Czechoslovakia won the Trophy as usual despite the seemingly strong US team with names like Tom Penton, Jack Penton, Jeff Penton, Carl Cranke, Dane Leimbach and Bill Uhl that only managed 5'th place overall.
1974's edition of ISDT was held in Italy (Camerino). The Czechs once again won both the Trophy and the Vase. The riders where: Jaroslav Bríza, Zdenek Cespiva, Josef Fojtík, Josef Císar, Jirí Stodulka, Stanislav Zloch, Jirí Posík and Kvetoslav Masita.
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