Following a parent into a sport where they’ve been extremely successful isn’t easy, if only because so much is expected of the offspring – so, no pressure there then Hannah? However, data analyst Hanna Vesterinen enjoys trials riding and is pretty good at it too. We don’t think the Bultaco is compulsory as she also rides a BSA Bantam in pre-65 trials too. So we asked her for a little information on how the Bulto went. “It's been such a long time since I've ridden that version of the bike now – and I don't even know if it’s the same spec as I rode at the Bultaco Nostalgia because my dad kept making changes to the bike. When I rode in the IOM a few years ago, I do recall thinking it had a much improved riding position compared to before and it was really fun to ride – not least because I was told not to hold back on revving it hard when I needed to! It was also nice to receive so much positive feedback from observers who were amazed it was a 125 – although it's a bit of shame it wasn’t my dad that heard these kind words at the end of a section as he put all the effort into building the bike. These days the Bantam suits me better, simply because it is much easier to get it out of trouble (lighter and faster). The difference between my father and I is that he wouldn’t have got himself into a sticky situation in the first place!