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2009 SBK2 Classes

http://www.superbikers2.com/news%20s...%20classes.htm

Tentative class list:

Vet35
Vet45
450
250
Open
SS
Quads
Mini
Pro SM

+ maybe a novice class
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Drop the quads and add Novice. I need a place to race.

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Drop the quads and add Novice. I need a place to race.
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what's the difference between Pro and Open? payout?

my two cents aren't worth much, but I'd go with this

Open/Pro
SM (450/250 split if numbers dictate)
SS (Open displacement, DOT tires - cheap class)
Novice - if there is turnout
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Adult Mini - if there is turnout
Youth Mini - if there is turnout
Quad - if there is turnout
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Race with the rest of the novices like myself in every other class
If your a novice then I must need training wheels.

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It doesnt matter anyways, With the exception of Rob none of you guys will show!

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Any of you guys need some size 11 Oxtars, used 1 race - $125 i cant use them anymore.

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Any of you guys need some size 11 Oxtars, used 1 race - $125 i cant use them anymore.
What happen you giving up now that me a Bill is coming out!

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Any of you guys need some size 11 Oxtars, used 1 race - $125 i cant use them anymore.
did your feet shrink?
osteoporosis must be a real bitch.
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I got a 50% off sponsorship thru Gaerne. Cant be wearing Oxtars.

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I got a 50% off sponsorship thru Gaerne. Cant be wearing Oxtars.
Gaerne Sticker would work!

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SO whens everyone gonna hit waterman?

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Big props for the sponsorship! The Gaerne SM boots are real nice.
I managed to score a pair of Sidi Crossfires with soles on SMJ for $250.

I'd be down some racing but feel like I should wait for the 2010 season.
I've been only riding for a year and a half, which includes about 5-6 trackdays. I need more practice time before I try to race.
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Big props for the sponsorship! The Gaerne SM boots are real nice.
I managed to score a pair of Sidi Crossfires with soles on SMJ for $250.

I'd be down some racing but feel like I should wait for the 2010 season.
I've been only riding for a year and a half, which includes about 5-6 trackdays. I need more practice time before I try to race.
Dongie, youll be fine, I started riding supermoto in Aug of 2007, i probably rode at Norway only 6x and then jumped right in racing at SBK2 in May of 08' Ive seen you ride, youre a natural -you were railin some berms pretty good at Brads class. If you get your ass out and Ride with me and Roman we ride every week and maybe get some more clasees in you will do fine. Even Brad said some good stuff about your riding ability when we were at the school. we have about 5 months to get ready bro, thats alot of time.

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Dongie, youll be fine, I started riding supermoto in Aug of 2007, i probably rode at Norway only 6x and then jumped right in racing at SBK2 in May of 08' Ive seen you ride, youre a natural -you were railin some berms pretty good at Brads class. If you get your ass out and Ride with me and Roman we ride every week and maybe get some more clasees in you will do fine. Even Brad said some good stuff about your riding ability when we were at the school. we have about 5 months to get ready bro, thats alot of time.
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SO whens everyone gonna hit waterman?
friday, 1/23 will probably be my first time out.

how did you end up getting hooked up with sponsorship? did you send out race resumes, or did you do the sponsorhouse thing?
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I may try to head out on Sunday if anyone else is up for it.

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friday, 1/23 will probably be my first time out.

how did you end up getting hooked up with sponsorship? did you send out race resumes, or did you do the sponsorhouse thing?
MX sponsor.com and i sent out some resumes also.

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Ive seen you ride, youre a natural -you were railin some berms pretty good at Brads class. If you get your ass out and Ride with me and Roman we ride every week and maybe get some more clasees in you will do fine. Even Brad said some good stuff about your riding ability when we were at the school. we have about 5 months to get ready bro, thats alot of time.
This is exactly why I am selling my sumo stuff and moving back to street riding.
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This is exactly why I am selling my sumo stuff and moving back to street riding.
what? why, I don't get it?
street riding is no fun, especially around here.

Gio is gonna have you banned from the SM forum if you sell your wheels.
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what? why, I don't get it?
street riding is no fun, especially around here.

Gio is gonna have you banned from the SM forum if you sell your wheels.
Because I suck at riding dirt and sumo so no need to keep trying to be something I am not, plus its not as much fun as it used to be. The Norway track days were laid back and fun, but now its all about who can go the fastest and who is better than who.
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Because I suck at riding dirt and sumo so no need to keep trying to be something I am not, plus its not as much fun as it used to be. The Norway track days were laid back and fun, but now its all about who can go the fastest and who is better than who.
Joe you are still faster than me. I plan on still doing mostly track days and hitting the dirt. It will just have to be a little further than it used to be. By the sounds of the guys who race SBK2 it is still laid back and fun. Well at least until the flag drops, then it gets exciting for a couple of laps. The way I see it is if I can finish my first race and not crash (especially on the cool down lap) I'm all good. Anything other than that will be a bonus. Plus if I can convince daniel to come and race this year I think I might just maybe be able to keep him behind me.

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what's the difference between Pro and Open? payout?
The Open class is from the old-school MX terminology for the big bike class. In MX prior to 4-strokes, it was always: 125's, 250's, and Open bikes (which meant anything bigger than 290 cc's). Carry that forward to the 4 stroke days and you get 250, 450, and Open (bigger than 490cc as per AMA Unlimited for SM). It never was really meant to be "Open" to anything in the old days, though I guess the way Glenn worded it in SBK2 it was open to all displacements (so I guess I can STFU with the history lesson now). So basically, the difference is payout. The Open class currently does not pay $$$, I assume the Pro class will.

Anywhoo...

here are my thoughts on class structure that I should send up to Glenn I guess:

450/Open SM (HP difference not that big, 450's usually handle much better)
250 SM
SS (Open displacement, DOT tires - cheap class)
Novice
Vet 30 / Vet 45 (I don't want to wait around another 3 years to ride Vet)
Adult Mini / Youth Mini
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Pro Open - Single race at intermission rather than end of program



Tony, I will pre-emp the question, I have no idea when/if I will be heading out to Waterman.

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Because I suck at riding dirt and sumo so no need to keep trying to be something I am not, plus its not as much fun as it used to be. The Norway track days were laid back and fun, but now its all about who can go the fastest and who is better than who.
Joe, you always seem to get caught up in how fast or slow you are relative to the next guy. No one gives a shit except for you. as long as you're riding safe, the only thing that matters is if you're having fun and getting better.


you should at least give it a shot and see if you like it. I bet it will be more laid back than you think. hell, you'll be racing against me and Gio (and Daniel, maybe). we're all gonna be slow. I don't even care where I finish. I just want to have fun and see if I can get better. If I can finish in front of a few people, all the better. if not, so what.
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450/Open SM (HP difference not that big, 450's usually handle much better)
250 SM
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Novice
Vet 30 / Vet 45 (I don't want to wait around another 3 years to ride Vet)
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Pro Open - Single race at intermission rather than end of program
I like the Vet 30 that sounds good. Even if all the vets are ex-pro MX racers.

I like the idea of the pro am at the end of the day, letting the best 3 or four guys in each class battle it out for a money prize. (and mad bragging rights)

I wonder if he has any idea for classes for endurance races.

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you should at least give it a shot and see if you like it. I bet it will be more laid back than you think. hell, you'll be racing against me and Gio (and Daniel, maybe). we're all gonna be slow. I don't even care where I finish. I just want to have fun and see if I can get better. If I can finish in front of a few people, all the better. if not, so what.
Bill maybe you and I should sponsor a Novice class with free tire changes to anyone racing that class. Maybe we can gain a little edge there.

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Joe, you always seem to get caught up in how fast or slow you are relative to the next guy. No one gives a shit except for you. as long as you're riding safe, the only thing that matters is if you're having fun and getting better.


you should at least give it a shot and see if you like it. I bet it will be more laid back than you think. hell, you'll be racing against me and Gio (and Daniel, maybe). we're all gonna be slow. I don't even care where I finish. I just want to have fun and see if I can get better. If I can finish in front of a few people, all the better. if not, so what.
Spolier guys, Daniel will be fast - Crazy free ride Mtn Biker mixed with Crazy Czech Mentallity & alot of natural talent & 150lbs dripping wet = Good Sumo Rider

Ive seen him ride at waterman at Brads class, Brad gave him Props which isnt easy!

Colin, I thought i was old fuck who gave history lessons. I actually remember the sound of those old Maico Big bore beasts. Nothing quite like the open class during a start at Byron. Maybe well come by and kidnap you to go riding.

As for you Joe, whats really going on man? Your a good rider, you just need to relax more I dont how many x brad told you to breath and relax. keep the faith. You dont have to race just go out and have fun, its all about fun.

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Spolier guys, Daniel will be fast - Crazy free ride Mtn Biker mixed with Crazy Czech Mentallity & alot of natural talent & 150lbs dripping wet = Good Sumo Rider

Ive seen him ride at waterman at Brads class, Brad gave him Props which isnt easy!
Not a spoiler to me. I said hopefully I would keep him behind me. I'm already starting to hate the little guy.

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Bill maybe you and I should sponsor a Novice class with free tire changes to anyone racing that class. Maybe we can gain a little edge there.
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