Between the economy, guys getting slower(older)and all our changes in classes the last three years has messed with the fun factor of NMTA. Lake Fork was always our premier event. We pushed over a hundred riders several times. Sadly you lose riders faster than you can add them when things are harder for our mature sport. The thirty to forty somethings are the ones that keep clubs alive. Start catering to the wrong age group and you will see a club die. It has happened in the past to NMTA for the same reasons. Late seventies and early eighties 12 riders were not uncommon. Hope we can change a few things to reverse the trend.