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Old 10-19-2004, 12:25 PM   #16
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check the mini classes in the cmra and the tmgp. these are road race orgs but they both have active motard riders. they also have endurance races as a sort of key to them. there is a 12 hour race coming up in a coulple of weeks. they rarely have over 30 bikes per mini race. Maybe 100 bikes will show up for a weekend.

http://www.cmraracing.com/index.htm
http://www.tmgps.8k.com/

I haven't raced with this next group
http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/SEMRAorg/

Great links! Thanks!
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Old 10-19-2004, 12:28 PM   #17
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We run a bunch of classes and I ended up running my KX100 in lightweight and mini. My YZ250F was faster but I had more fun on the KX and I was going to win the class anyway. The 2-strokes in the class DUSTED the four strokes- it wasn't even funny. I had one scary fast guy on an XR100 get close to me in one race because I was shutting it down in the dirt section to save wear and tear on my bike (I'm not a little guy) but he later complained about how I walked away from him on the straights like he was on a bicycle. My goal is to create a competitive lightweight class and a strong mini class- both for first year racers and guys who don't need 50HP to get their kicks. Since most people don't have 85s or 100s, it's better to keep mini to 4-strokes only. I'd rather lose a race to a guy on an equal bike than win by half a lap on a dramatically faster bike.
The Kawi better than the Honda? Do both have aftermarket parts available? I know how I am. Once I get used to it and can handle my own I'll want to hop it up!
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Old 10-19-2004, 04:12 PM   #18
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We run a bunch of classes and I ended up running my KX100 in lightweight and mini. My YZ250F was faster but I had more fun on the KX and I was going to win the class anyway. The 2-strokes in the class DUSTED the four strokes- it wasn't even funny. I had one scary fast guy on an XR100 get close to me in one race because I was shutting it down in the dirt section to save wear and tear on my bike (I'm not a little guy) but he later complained about how I walked away from him on the straights like he was on a bicycle. My goal is to create a competitive lightweight class and a strong mini class- both for first year racers and guys who don't need 50HP to get their kicks. Since most people don't have 85s or 100s, it's better to keep mini to 4-strokes only. I'd rather lose a race to a guy on an equal bike than win by half a lap on a dramatically faster bike.
That makes sense to me!
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