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771 Racing - The Sumo is the reliable bike?!

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    Burns retinas nhbubba's Avatar
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    Re: 771 Racing - The Sumo is the reliable bike?!


    Yes, I was pleased at how well behaved all were. I saw you get bounced at least once by one of the big boys. May even have photos of it. I was impressed that you didn't let off and bounced him right back!

    The clay heavy mix is the stuff to have though. Had the weather gone the other way and it were sunny and hot as hell dryer dirt would have made for a dust-fest. Nobody wants that. Neither track is equipped to wet the track before use.

    The transitions to/from pavement did not drain well at all. They were filling in standing water with the loader before ya'll got out there. (Something of a head scratcher that this wasn't done earlier in the day.)

    I agree the turn up on the hill developed nicely. Backs up what Jake was saying at Boxshop about letting ruts develop naturally rather than artificially cutting them.

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    Re: 771 Racing - The Sumo is the reliable bike?!

    Quote Originally Posted by nhbubba View Post
    Yes, I was pleased at how well behaved all were. I saw you get bounced at least once by one of the big boys. May even have photos of it. I was impressed that you didn't let off and bounced him right back!
    Haha yeah, I definitely saw Shane use someone as a berm at one point.

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