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Enduro 7/16

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    This a great first Enduro. No real hard riding, just fast and fun. You will need a street plate, reg & Ins. Call me for help on that. I can iether ride for the win in A Seinoir or if there is enough intrest I can ride with a few ov you the same minute and teach you how to time keep while dodging trees. If we do that, the price is lots of beer, and dinner.

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    It's all water under the bridge, and we do enter the next round-robin. Am I wrong?

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    I'm there, did it last year great race, lunch is included too.

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    Enduro 7/16

    Originally posted by hessogood
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    Make sure your bike meets all the requirements, spark arrester, reg/plate, and quiet pipe, they'll be checking.

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    OK, so the easiest Enduro of the year is this Sunday. You will need a street reg for your dirt bike, they wil check the vin and the reg and the plate, so make sure it matches. Some form of head light, tail light and a spark arrester. Beyond that a watch the you can reset and reads seconds as well as minutes. An odometer will make things a little easier, but you can just take mileage off the posts on the trees. Who wants to go?

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    I don't have a bike that meets any of that.

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    It's all water under the bridge, and we do enter the next round-robin. Am I wrong?

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    Enduro 7/16

    Originally posted by gmdboston
    OK, so the easiest Enduro of the year is this Sunday. You will need a street reg for your dirt bike, they wil check the vin and the reg and the plate, so make sure it matches. Some form of head light, tail light and a spark arrester. Beyond that a watch the you can reset and reads seconds as well as minutes. An odometer will make things a little easier, but you can just take mileage off the posts on the trees. Who wants to go?
    geesh, and you didn't even preregister

    http://www.nedirtbikes.com/content/R...m_53599/tm.htm

    I was going to work this event but I got the dates confused and can't make it. At the end of the event I was going to be a part of the group that rides the loop and pulls down the arrows... woulda been a interesting ride after getting rutted up by 100 bikes

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    About what are the chances of me being able to do this with a motard on street tires?

    I need to get some friggin dirt wheels and tires.

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    Originally posted by highsider
    About what are the chances of me being able to do this with a motard on street tires?

    I need to get some friggin dirt wheels and tires.
    I'd have to say it's 0% chance of you running this loop on motard tires, especially with 2" of rain in the forcast tonight and tomorrow

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