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Discussion in 'Racing' started by pvangel, Mar 24, 2011.
How the hell do you get away with a track in THAT area...?
The track is in a very industrial area and has been there for 30+ yrs, it is club owned so when you become a member you become an owner which means you can't sue yourself when you fall and get hurt.
There is a comuterized watering system so 1 touch of the button and the whole track gets watered as well as fire hoses placed around for touch ups. The track is fully lit and open till 10 at night with racing on Friday nights. There is a brand new D-3 dozer as well as skid steer and backhoe on site on which the track crew grades it daily and makes changes weekly.
The only problem facing the club is that there are noise issues with the 4 strokes, they currently test bikes on race night but there are still some bikes that are just to loud!
This club should be a model for all parts of the country as we are losing riding areas everywhere, by putting it in an industrial area many of the problems with MX tracks are eliminated.
I feel like I won the MX lottery being a member of a MX country club where I can ride 7 days a week and into the night in the Northeast!
For sale in Flea mkt....
to pay for a KTM motor was the first thing I thought of
Such a nice bike
Ding-Ding! we have a winner
Its sad to see them go, but its so nice to see them come
He really likes the Honda better...
Yeah I just remembered he just picked that up. I just really like the old rm's My first "big" dirt bike was a ~78 RM250..Its on the one of these days list
I am enjoying the Honda! 9 years makes a big difference in the "evolution"period of MX
I have had the worst luck with bikes this year, last year my son or i never had a DNF at all and this year we haven't finished a weekend without some major breakdown....my mx budget is shot already and it's not even memorial day yet and business sucks so i gotta do what i gotta do.
You bought it? SWEET!!! Lemme know when your first race is.
hell no i was just commiserating I have enough problems
You don't know what you're missing.Keep it pinned WFO. Row the gearbox. Throw it around like a bmx bike.
Thats a 125!!! when re entering the sport i started on a 520 KTM then a couple CRF 450's then 250f's but returned to the 125 and haven't looked back, not easier to ride but waaaaayyyy more fun
Mr Brown dropped of a package from California, now I have to get it back together. Way to nice to do it today though, I'm going riding!
I just got back put around 300 miles on it (XRL650) up to the catskills and back
we had a great day, weather was perfect, track was perfect, got my son to do some of the double jumps, cold silver can when we were done, Wendy's on the way home.....Priceless