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Fuck this looks tits - I'd even pay for to get BH off his ass to come with us

Dutch organization Supermotardtraining.nl is organizing a Supermoto training week at the Erzgebirgsring in Lichtenberg Germany. Last years edition was very succesful(I know because I was there) and this years edition is looking even better.

The week is from 30 July until 2 August. This amazing track is one of the best Supermoto tracks in Europe.

The price is also very low. 4 days of riding(including camping,breakfast and bbq) for only €250. Or you can ride 2 days for €170. There will be one or more a professional Supermoto riders to give tips and instructions. There will also be a BBQ at the end of the week and a special Bingo with big prizes!

If you sign up before 30 March you will get a €15 discount on the price so be quick and sign up for the Erzgebirgsring Supermoto week!

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That trip is for ballers , not common folk .

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That trip is for ballers , not common folk .
Dude, sell one of the (3) vans you have and (2) of the (14) bikes and make a run, Son

Take the $$ for that Schwin and AirFare is covered - Do I need to step in here and show ya how to play the #s game?

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What do the Dutch know about BBQ?
Ha - Laughed at that too - Thats like going to Cancun for Italian Food

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Dude, sell one of the (3) vans you have and (2) of the (14) bikes and make a run, Son

Take the $$ for that Schwin and AirFare is covered - Do I need to step in here and show ya how to play the #s game?
I will look into this . How much is the airfare ? Not in first class with a hooker and a lobster dinner , just a ticket in the cargo hold .

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I will look into this . How much is the airfare ? Not in first class with a hooker and a lobster dinner , just a ticket in the cargo hold .
Ha - Dude, I am not going, just killing time - Shipping the 450 over there would be a bitch getting it thru customs at least

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Doesn't matter.....the Dutch are perfectionists and don't half ass anything. It will be GOOD!


This looks SICK! My wife would kill me!!!

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Ha - Dude, I am not going, just killing time - Shipping the 450 over there would be a bitch getting it thru customs at least
I am out , I thought they provide you with a bike ? It would be a terrible idea to take our street legal bikes there .

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I am out , I thought they provide you with a bike ? It would be a terrible idea to take our street legal bikes there .
My 450 is not street legal but I get your point

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you'd probably be better off renting a bike, or taking your bike apart and shipping it to the track in a few large boxes. I think I'd rather do Erzberg or Romaniacs though. Flying over to practice for a few days seems kinda anti-climactic, regardless of how cool the track is.
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Romaniacs would be a worthwhile trip.

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After 5 mins of Romaniacs I would be in pain and pissed off for ever leaving my couch

This I could do and that track is fucking sweet

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