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Old 10-30-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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Wicked 2012 11 10 ARHMA National trials

AHRMA Vintage Trials at Aonia Georgia on Saturday Nov 10th.

Registration at 9am with the trials starting at 10am.

Aonia Pass N33.68263 W82.63712 Come on out and play in the woods...you know you want to!

http://www.atlantamc.com/

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Old 10-31-2012, 07:25 PM   #2
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Looks like fun, but the League blew their National fund on the Roswell MWVTA national. Well not on the national itself per se, but on the 450-pack we bought for the weekend.

All kidding aside, looks like a good time. Pics afterward??
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:20 PM   #3
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What a day...

...Glorious. 25 riders three loops of 8 sections and three beginners. Sorry my pictures suck. I'm trying to get linked to the person that was taking all the photos.

Checker Steve Maxton giving a point for a dab!



John Rodi on his Grandfather's 1961 Matchless 500cc single in the Premier Heavyweight Intermediate class.



Here is John bouncing the frame off a root going into a gully on section 2. Yeehaw!



Graham Foster's lovely Ariel.



Graham is one of the better riders on these heavy bikes. Terrible picture of Graham.



Picture of my 1972 Montesa Cota. Does what I ask it to if I can keep it pointed in the right direction.



I must thank Mike and Donna Collier for their help in running the trials. Donna kept me pointed in the right direction when I wasn't on the bike. Truth is I couldn't have done it without them. Brewtus - we'd love to have you as there is lots of "Fat Tire" available locally. But I understand if Georgia is a bit far to drive...

See y'all in the spring.

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Old 11-12-2012, 06:45 PM   #4
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My gosh, Is your cota stuck in fourth gear to have that tractor size sprocket! I had a `71 and my dad had a `72 and I don`t remember needing a lower gear!
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