The best of the world's trials riders gathered in La Chatre in September 2013 for the FIM Trial des Nations. A fearsome course laid out in the idyllic French countryside really put the teams through their paces as the Women's teams led off on the first day. The newly introduced "non-stop" rule really spiced up the format and the skills on display were truly astounding. Britains' women were unstoppable as Emma Bristow, Rebakah Cook, and Joanne Coles turned in some inspirational performances to make their win over Spain look almost easy. This being the Trial Des Nations, though, the competition was fierce making their victory all the more well-deserved. The Men's competition was dominated - as so often in recent years - by the incredible Toni Bou and his equally talented Spanish squad. The British team worked hard to break the Iberian's ten year run of consecutive wins but had to settle for runner-up spot once more. In the International Trophy, Germany took the day from the Czech Republic with the USA filling the bottom podium step. This official review brings you the highlights of a gruelling and demanding installment of the most prestigious trials competition in the world.