RallyMoto Racing Clinic prior to Sandblast Rally

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  1. BC61

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    Interested in participating in a RallyMoto event but not sure you're ready or maybe you are a competitor wanting to improve. Nows the chance to test the waters, learn a little, ride a lot and have fun! You don't have to be a racer to participate in...

    BC Moto Rally Racing Clinic. Don't let the competition get a wheel on you, come ride, learn and have fun! A comprehensive clinic giving tips and strategies on roll chart use, riding techniques, terrain reading, line selection, time keeping and practice, practice, practice!

    The day will start with a brief "classroom session" followed with drills working on braking, cornering, riding techniques and conclude with plenty of practice on a "rally stage" to put it all together. Whether you are a seasoned competitor, a novice rally racer, or maybe just interested in getting a taste of RallyMoto, this is a great chance to get accustomed to the sand while shaking off the cobwebs with tons of seat time. The class will utilize two sections of Sand Hills Forest roads unique to this clinic and are closed to the public. Rider safety is most important, while we encourage everyone to work on improving their skills and speed, this is a time to prepare for the race, not race day. Save the "little extra" for the Sandblast Rally!

    Class will start at 9:00 AM and conclude at 5:00 PM with a break for lunch.

    Participants will use their personal dual sport motorcycle and are responsible for their own fuel and lunch. The group will be going to a local restaurant or you are welcome to pack a sack lunch.

    Space is limited, don't miss out!

    Registration fee: $125

    Follow the Direct Link to register.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/202191836639058/

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  2. Locker43

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    Great idea Bill, money well spent for many and a great way for the rookies to truly enhance their first time! By the way, great pic but where you lookin' Willis?
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  3. Stagehand

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    sweet. :deal
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    This looks rad. Thanks for doing it...Wish I could make it:clap
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  5. hardwaregrrl

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    Bill, I really am more bummed about missing the clinic rather than the race. With that being said, I'm hoping this isn't the last clinic you put on. Have fun y'all!!!
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  6. Stagehand

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    Maybe make more sense all the way around $$ for you to jsut do the clinic, eh?
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  7. hardwaregrrl

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    Nah....were going for a week vaca in a yurt with the dogs and a bag of food. We need couple time. I'm looking forward to that clinic.:wink:
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  8. Stagehand

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    cant argue with that :D
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  9. Anders Green

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    I did have a question come in "I'm going to do the riding clinic, do I also have to attend the Novice Competitor Orientation?"

    Yep. The NCO is a classroom course, this is a riding course. Different focus for each. So I'll still expect to see you at the NCO the following day. :deal:deal

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    See ya there!

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    :wave Hiya Big Jim!!!!
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    Me too.
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    Thanks to those who have registered and glad to see everyone's interest. This will be a good time. Registrations have been coming in steadily and spots are limited so don't wait and miss out!
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    NVTS stupid hipster dufus

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  20. NVTS

    NVTS stupid hipster dufus

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    Any attendees know the camping situation? I am taking the class but not racing Sandblast. If everyone is staying at the Sandblast campground are you all riding down to McBee? Are you riding to lunch?
    I'm a hammock camper, are there adequate trees at the campground? NVTS
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