Baja 1000 for the Wounded
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07-02-2012, 05:29 AM
Sir Crash A Lot!
Joined: Aug 2008
Hey all back in the states now, the shoulder is doing OK but not as fast as I would like. Going to the doc today and starting some rehab, I hope that will help it get better quicker. We will be in Baja the end of the first week of Aug. we will see how that works on the shoulder.
I got an email from Alex at Konflict Motorsports and he was wanting to help us out for the Baja
He is going to be getting our suspension just right for us, and I don't think that is going to be to easy. The teams riders experience levels has about as big a gap as you can get.
Ed has been racing the Baja for about 30 years, Randy and I have been riding that long but have never been to the Baja, and Scott is a newer rider
Alex has his work cutout for him but talking to a bunch of people he is the man to do it!! A big thanks to Konflictmotorsports.com
Man it was hot in Ga. today 106 so I had to get an AC after that Rocco started feeling better
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