This achievement is for Trials veterans and skilled players only! This is a hard tournament that comprises of 5 hard tracks. As stated in the description, you will need to complete this tournament without faults using the new Banshee 350cc bike. It is recommend that you are able to complete all 5 of the tracks individually without faults a few times in a row before going for this achievement, as it is very difficult. Take it slow, one checkpoint at a time. Also, make sure to do the tournament from start to finish a few times just to see where you are making faults and to see how low you are able to get in terms of faults within a few tries.
Track #1: Nature Calls - This track is probably the hardest of the 5 to consistently get 0 faults on, luckily you'll have to play it first so there isn't as much pressure. Just keep steady and restart when necessary.
Track #2: Bazaar Run - This track isn't too hard, but it can be tricky to get 0 faults on consistently. You'll want to focus on the first and last checkpoints mostly, although every player may have their individual struggle points.
Track #3: Backwaters - For experienced Trials riders, there are very few parts to this track that should cause trouble, as long as you take your time at each obstacle, and use a path that suits a consistent play-style for you.
Track #4: Overpass Action - Not a fan of this track to be honest, as it can be a little unpredictable. Again, take your time where necessary, but don't hesitate too much as this track is unforgiving. Here's where experience and practice will come in, as there are no real tips that will do this track flawlessly for you.
Track #5: The Dome of Doom - Your palms are sweaty, your hands are shaking, and you feel like you might be on the verge of getting one of the harder achievements that have ever graced your gamercard. Take a deep breath, and take it slow. This track is not hard, and there are only 2 obstacles that will prove of any difficulty if you've been practicing. Take it easy, rushing in this track is a big no-no. Focus on predicting the next obstacle, and setting your position.