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Old 02-14-2005, 05:38 PM   #24
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Sounds like an awesome time! It sure is a fun way to spend the day... and overalling the C's is a darn good way to start! Congrats!

The catch 22 of enduros is that when the course is easier for you, it's easier for everyone. My best results have been at the hardest races, and when the conditions are perfect, and I feel like I'm hauling ass, everyone else is too.

I've never run a Brand X race- are there any other differences than not continuing to accumulate the same points again and again?

Originally Posted by Rbott
Neduro thanks for all the info on how to ride enduros. I went to the Snow Run Enduro yesterday in CT. It was under Brand X rules so some things were different than you explained.

That was good enough to get the C Highpoint trophy.

I will definately be doing the next one. It should be a little easier when there is no snow involved.

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