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Discussion in 'Racing' started by nachtflug, Apr 11, 2013.
He was only challenged a bit by YoT for a short time, but really owned the lites until LaRocco got his program full steam with solid backing.
A couple more teams like them would be awesome for the sport.
Who would have thought his kids would be gymnasts.
as always, your insight insightful and thought provoking.
I finally got one converted and spruced up. Roczen getting it done in moto 1.
The wife is interested in going to Unadilla for the first time. I took her to Hangtown this year and I did catch her say, "The VIP ticket looks like the way to go".
No doubt she had a point with the scorching temps and virtually no shade to hide under. Needless to say it was brutal but a good time regardless.
So, with that being said, has anyone used the VIP Inner Circle ticket at Unadilla? KTM Experience sold out and rightfully so. That is a smokin' deal for $90. VIP is $200.
JB is a very Humble, quiet & laid back guy
I've seen him several times bk in the day at muddy crk TN roosting
He is very thankful for what MX has given him & not Crying about what could have been.
I wouldn't. Unadilla has some must see spots that the VIP tent won't get you close enough to, or even be able to see at all. The skyshot has to be seen to be believed. I spent most of the race last year there and will probably head there this year as well. You should try to see the first turn of one moto it's a 90 degree right hand turn and when 40 of them come through there at once it's worth the price of admission alone. Not a whole lot of room by that fence so you need to pick a moto and park it there. Gravity Cavity and the Screw U are also must see's. But you haven't lived until you've see them whip it on the skyshot. The food there is decent enough so to use the VIP for a few "free eats" and some shade just doesn't cut it you need to see Unadilla up close. The VIP tent will give you an overall view of a lot of the track but isn't close to anything. Save your money unless a seat on a folding chair under a tent is really important.
Skyshot last year.
they don't call it skyshot for nothing trust me and they even have a set of bleachers there now.
what you can't get from this is the void they are dropping down into.
don't forget unadilla's 2nd annual VMX this weekend!
Guy Cooper RM 500. Gravity Cavity. Come get some.
she got ay unmarried sisters late 40's?
Dungey is doing a fund raiser for St. Judes Childrens Hospital and is going to match the first $50K that's donated.
dude! are you running that beast?
what number will you be using?
will that put you in one of sundays class's only?
Yes, it's an easy bike to ride and handles good. It qualifies for one of the support classes which runs on Sat and Sun. 2 practices, more laps.
I have a 3 pack of 6's so I hope to run #6. If someone already has that then I'll just put them all on the front number plate and be 666.
+1. u need to b on ur feet at Unadilla. Every moto changes the track. You will kno how many laps around the track u did when u drag ur ass back to ur vehicle at the end of the day.
Good luck. Have fun out there.