That's awesome Freddy! I didn't realize Ossa was back in bizz? How cool is that!
I grew up in western Mass right by the NY state border. The national distributor for Ossa was called Yankee, in Albany, Ny. We had a club called the Greylock scramblers that competed in well, scrambles, enduro's, (the international six days trials came through town back then) and the beginings of when Moto Cross came over to the states. Myself and a friend of mine got two Ossa Stilettos and some parts, motors cylinders etc..
It was allot of fun back then as a teenager. My Pops would haul us around to the races. Unadilla, Ny, and Pepperll, Mass were the big dog tracks back then as they still are today. Later on I got into what they called mixed trials back then. That's where the old Mick Andrews trials bike came in. Now a days those trials riders are amazing. We sure didn't fly like the MotoX'ers of today though. Bikes would have broke. It was more like the old hound and hare races. It's evolved into a whole different thing at least the indoors (Super X). The outdoors is the same though except they are way faster!