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Old 04-19-2010, 12:44 PM   #249
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Originally Posted by MotoMike
I have been busy this morning and am just now getting up to speed.

I have I taught you nothing? Crashing is not allowed. Were you able to hook up with the coyotes? What did you think of the whole USDR set up?
I tracked down John and his super-fly box truck and hilarity ensued.

and no you never told me that about the crashing.... NOW you tell me. Had I known, I wouldnt have done it!

The USDR thing was cool - I dont know if I agree with the whole pre-run thing however..... I think it encourages people to cheat.... I saw a few course-cutters and I think I got one on video.

I think I also prefer the cold engine start.... I think it moves everyone around a little bit more. A manageable melee? because of the dust I think its a recipe for people to get seriously hurt.

the course was fine - just like a D.37 course but there were a few spots that were downright dangerous and totally unmarked. I saw a couple guys get hurt pretty bad because of a few rocky sections that were over a rise. There was one instance where four or five guys were lying on the ground around the downhill section and massive bottleneck. I have at least one on the video.

other than that and my crash - awesome. A bit warm for me.... and some snow would have been nice.

a good time was had by all - hell John wasnt even winded.


You were missed - we told stories about you in your absence so you couldn't defend yourself. You would have liked the course too and man, you would have KILLED it.

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.
T. S. Eliot
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