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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-22-2012, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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West Branch Supermoto Spectacular 2012

We had an EPIC race day cant wait for next year!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-23-2012, 08:44 AM
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Bummed I missed it and it looks like a blast but 2010 just texted me and said that they want the term "Epic" back

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Bummed I missed it and it looks like a blast but 2010 just texted me and said that they want the term "Epic" back
Bwaaaa...... Dats some funny chit right there!

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Who am I kidding, on full slicks, I would have laid the bike down so many times or rolled it so slow that they would be taking down the tents to pack up for the day and I would still have (2) laps to go

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Who am I kidding, on full slicks, I would have laid the bike down so many times or rolled it so slow that they would be taking down the tents to pack up for the day and I would still have (2) laps to go
I think dirt track tires would be the way to go! Not enough pavement to rally make a difference with all that loose dirt the DT tires would be the hook up.

I know at the west bend charity race the dirt track dudes were flyin and in the dirt really hooked up.

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I think dirt track tires would be the way to go! Not enough pavement to rally make a difference with all that loose dirt the DT tires would be the hook up.

I know at the west bend charity race the dirt track dudes were flyin and in the dirt really hooked up.
Yeah, watched that vid a few times and thought DOTs would outweigh the Slick performance for sure but what do I know, I fracture ribs at 12 mph in loose gravel like dirt

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here is few pics!
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