Meteor Motorcycle Club is hosting the 76th running of the Sandy Lane Enduro

Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by fitz4, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. fitz4

    fitz4 Been here awhile

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    Come out and enjoy the 76th running of the Sandy Lane Enduro on March 17, 2013!

    Info and entry found here: http://meteormc.com/

    Any questions feel free to pm me or ask them here. We have been working very hard this year to hope to match the great enduro we had last year for our 75th.
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  2. edfetz

    edfetz Been here awhile

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    My entry went in the mail today. I always look forward to Sandy Lane :D
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  3. elrontx

    elrontx Outlaw Trail Rider

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    last year was great, i dont do much organized stuff but i live this run. i cant think of a better way to spend st Patricks day,:muuttand:freaky. life doesnt get much better.
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  4. jack splash

    jack splash Two Sheds

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    Hey: Sandy Lane is always a great event, I'll there on one of the back rows.

    jack
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  5. Roostboy101

    Roostboy101 Narry Uvencherer

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    Frickin' right! :wings Hope I can make it!
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  6. fitz4

    fitz4 Been here awhile

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    We were out in the woods last weekend and got this quote from the trail boss "Looks like there will be SEVEN, count them, SEVEN single track trail pieces that will have it all from tight-tight, enduro-cross, mountain passes, and flowing open trail that makes you feel like you took a Richie Lafferty Riding School class! " This event is shaping up nicely!
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  7. elrontx

    elrontx Outlaw Trail Rider

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    mountain passes? :huh
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  8. Eagerpooch

    Eagerpooch Been here awhile

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    Is this event an intense race or can i get out there and putt around and not feel like im gonna get run over?
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  9. tomatoe333

    tomatoe333 Long timer

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    They have an interesting definition of "mountain" in South Jersey... :lol3

    Looking forward to this. I'll get the entry sent this week.
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  10. fitz4

    fitz4 Been here awhile

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    Send a request in with your entry and we can make sure you will be put on one the later rows.
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  11. fitz4

    fitz4 Been here awhile

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    Yes. Elevation change in SJ is known as a mountain pass.
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  12. dhb400

    dhb400 No Regrets

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    Is it possible to get paired up with another beginner in the back row?
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  13. jack splash

    jack splash Two Sheds

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    Hey: I wait till the end of the signup line to enter, and usually have a few adv noobs on my row. Look for me at sign up.

    I'll have some sort of BMW gear on. I'm a slow old guy, but keep time and can help you out with that.

    Jack
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  14. dhb400

    dhb400 No Regrets

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    Thanks, I will take you up on that.
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  15. elrontx

    elrontx Outlaw Trail Rider

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    should i change my jetting? :lol3
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  16. Honda55

    Honda55 Been here awhile

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    Ill be there as a beginner, hoping not to make too much of an idiot of myself. If I'm a beginner. Should I do dual sport or class c? Any suggestions?
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  17. DougZ73

    DougZ73 Fading off.........

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    There is elevation change in south NJ.....maybe only 50 vertical feet..but still. :wink::D

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  18. fitz4

    fitz4 Been here awhile

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    Ride C and go out and have fun. You finish and you will prolly trophy.
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  19. Jolly705

    Jolly705 Long timer

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    Can't wait.... :evil
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  20. elrontx

    elrontx Outlaw Trail Rider

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    c class is fine just sign up that morn and start in the back and ride it like a trail ride. when faster riders come up from behind just pull over when its safe. its a great ride, ive done it in 2010 and last year, trying to make it a yearly thing. some of the sections are real sandy so it helps to have experience in it. the local guys really fly through that stuff.
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