Call this one "the bike was willing, but the flesh was weak". I knew it was time to bail when the beating of my heart from picking up the TA the 4th time in about a mile was drowning out the exhaust. Fortunately I crash well (the TA does as well for the most part)- it was the picking up that was getting to me. Really nice course (from what I saw). Fair to say that it was ok on a big trailie, but I just didn't have the strength to continue. I was getting through the tougher sections ok, but then zoning out on the easy stuff and fell there a few times. Well, Mrs. Barlow's only son may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he knows when to let discretion be the better part of valor Secret elephant starting grounds Mick on the trailer queen rat Steve and Ed look ready! Steve getting a trailside shoulder consult from Doc. He had a pretty spectacular highside. Obtrailratpic Part of Team Slowpokes Chris doing a trailside repair. Fortunately, it was just a battery bolt that came out- it was even in the belly pan! Almost there... As an aside- Chris was the roost king today! The trail where the bolt came loose. Chris looked like a tomato head afer pushing the big KTM out of it. I had a tow rope, but you how it is with real studs It was not a good section of trail for the 950's Some local flora The day's only permanent damage Just a couple of dirty bike pics now- more from other folks will be coming Really nice time- kudus to the Tri-County Sportsmen club.