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Discussion in 'Racing' started by Some Dude, Oct 28, 2013.
That was me, Jenna ( John ). Another funny piece of that story, is that after I limped the bike to the end of the stage, and I was sitting there debating to either go to the next stage, or go to the doctor, Anders came riding up to me, and had sticks and leaves and stuff sticking out of his helmet, and said "are you ok?!!" That, was a great rally moment. I still laugh about that.
Wow, just looked at the entry list. 50 cars, 40 bikes.
Anders, is this a record # of entries? Certainly the most since I started.
Rally is alive and well
I remember that! I probably didn't know at the time how much foliage I had on my head.
Update on the rally riding clinic. Met with forest ranger today, it's looking good for Thursday, Feb 27th. Waiting for one more confirmation and should be able to make an announcement later this week. Stay tuned...
John! That's right......good to hear from you!
Really interested in this one. When I get back to the states (in a year or so) I'll prob race this as it's only a couple hours from my house and is exactly the kind of racing that I am looking to do. Be interested in reading some race/ trip reports.
Good luck to all those participating.
Wife took vacation that week, so I'm out....or I'd really be out.
Orange will make it go faster
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.
I find it hard to believe she wouldn't want to vacation in beautiful Cheraw, SC with the likes of us
He-he....she isn't going for it and frankly, I took it as a sign. I'll be in Canada with Deadly99 when Rally WV hits....maybe Black river stages will be the one in 2014. I also just found my first age spot on my face today, which I also took as a sign.
I would take that as as sign that you MUST do this race.
Well fellas, its official... I paid up today so Ill be there!!
Now if I can only get this thing sorted in time to ride it a little before March 1st!!
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Well, I am ready. New t-shirts are on order
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All registered and paid up and not a moment too soon!
Gonna give BC some money as well for the clinic!