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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Konflict Motorsports, Sep 30, 2013.
I could use one of each... lol
ill bring some food.
We in fact are raffling off a few Clarisonic's....they however are not toothbrushes but facial cleansing systems
Please get the word out to all the folks you know are going. We really want to make an impact and know that the moto community has a heart of gold.
We just need to make sure everyone's aware of what we're doing.
We'll have a shopping cart up later tonight on our FB page where you can order a t-shirt (proceeds going to the food bank) as well as make a cash donation.
Thanks for doing whatever you can to help us prove that motorcyclists as a group are the most generous folks out there.
Thanks for fixing that John!!
Almost there guys! Best of luck! OSOOOOS!
Sorry... still a little hung over from the OSO LOCO Tour RR.
Sounds like awesome sponsor support as well, nicely done gents!
Yep. Good luck guys! Looking forward to hearing race reports. -Ed
Can't seem to find were to buy shirts on the Facebook page, maybe it is not available yet.
Just click the picture of the tee shirt that says "T-shirts and donations"
Go get em boys!!
Good luck with the race. Looking forward to reading about it and seeing pictures afterwards.
I sent some food for the food bank up with some Team River City guys for the raffle/donation. Good Luck to you guys in the race and me in the raffle! Kudos to all of the sponsors for stepping up and helping out. It is always great to see who is supporting our sport and riders.
I saw this on FB this morning, about 9:45 am. Leading their class into the last lap. Very cool. Can't wait to hear more.
Couple shots from yesterday. Only got 4 of you as I got hungry and walked back to the pits for a hotdog
Here's a link to the rest of the photo's I took-
A hot dog was more appealing than the race?
Great shots! Those bikes look huge for out there doing that race.
Someone tell us how things turned out
I had to stand around for like 45 minutes before the next team member rode around that 20 mile loop! And I was hungry!
Just to give you a heads up, we ended up 2nd in class and 17th overall at the 24 Hour this year! We overcame many challenges with the help of our awesome support teams, a thorough ride report will follow shortly once we recover.
There was another class of big trailies there?
Or did that class also include 650s?
Sorry I missed the spectacle, boys, it woulda been a HOOT !!
Probably the Team Wans showed up last minute and swept the race 2 up with all their adventure gear.
Great job, waiting for the juicy details!
No other big bikes, we competed against dirtbikes.
What a blast!!
What a weekend!!
Thanks all for the support and well wishes
We where greeted with the best conditions I have ever seen at the ridge.
sunny skies and great weather!!
The start was a lay your bike down and run 100 yards, Naturally we selected our biggest rider Radek with the honors.
After several hrs of riding and one rotation, things where a little down in our pit, but thanks to the quick work of Konflict Suspension and the help of our outstanding pit crew we rebounded and kept pushing on.
Most of the day we where trailing 1st place in the sportsman class by approx. 15 min. Somehow in the early evening we took over the top spot in that class.
As night fell spirits where high and everyone was running fast consistent laps.
During the wee hrs of darkness the heavy fog set in, visibility dropped from 10 to 50 ft for several hrs, this was my favorite lap, passing more bikes than I could count What a hoot!!
After my last night lap I went to bed for a few hrs, when I awoke the wind was blowing strong and we had slipped to 2nd place:eek1
It came down to the last 4 riders, Radek, Jason, Myself and Alex
Everyone pulled very fast laps and when I went threw the traps they showed us back in the lead
Alex then took over and ran his fastest lap, a stellar effort by all.
We came threw with what we thought was a win
After a protest by the 2nd place team we lost a lap due to a sweep who had our same transponder #??:huh
We finished of with a 2nd in the Sportsman class and 17th overall out of 96 teams. Not to bad for a bunch of 500 plus Lb bikes.
Our support Team of Jonathan Blunt, Ovi Puia, Jim Engel, Paul Susbauer, Bob Williams, Clif Brown, Sandra VanNieuwenhuise, and Heather Martens
Made all the difference. They kept us comfortable and in high spirits
I for one am one sore puppy this am, but looking forward to next year!!
Photos etc to come..