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March 29 LAND OF LINCOLN 1st race

Hi guys just wanted to remind you that our first race is in 4 weeks .For pre-entry forms go to our site at teammim com and print out the entry form and mail it in or call mitch at 309-353-race if you want to pay with a credit card . pre-entry forms must be at mitch's shop in Pekin Ill by march 27. Also remember we race rain or shine
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So whats the deal with the trip down to LOL, What time, day? Whos going who has room for a YZ and hairy dago or whens the caravan leaving so me and the Fred Sanford ghetto trailer can follow?

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I was kinda curious as well and was gonna start a thread once this weekend rolled around so we can get a long range forcast. I'm planning to go unless its gonna be foul, I'm scared to ride if it isn't nice out.

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I was kinda curious as well and was gonna start a thread once this weekend rolled around so we can get a long range forcast. I'm planning to go unless its gonna be foul, I'm scared to ride if it isn't nice out.
Rain with slicks is no fun!

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Rain with slicks is no fun!
Ha, you think I'm running slicks sucka? Thats for the big boys. I'm running Dots I'm actually more concerned about the temp.

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Geo, your Shinko DOTs should work great in the cold and wet

I'm in as long as the weather is decent and the bike is ready.
I'll probably need most of sat. to work on the bike, so probably will drive down early sunday morning.
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Geo, your Shinko DOTs should work great in the cold and wet

I'm in as long as the weather is decent and the bike is ready.
I'll probably need most of sat. to work on the bike, so probably will drive down early sunday morning.
Damn, Shinko's are too expensive. I bought Chen Shings (blems).

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I am tentatively planning on heading down Saturday morning to my brother's place in Champaign, then heading over to Springfield from there early Sunday morning. We may also decide to go the cheap hotel route closer to Springfield.

The RV won't be making this trip as I have done even less maintenence to it than the bike, and I doubt I will have time for both before next weekend.

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Damn, Shinko's are too expensive. I bought Chen Shings (blems).

Anybody wanna go down on Saturday and stay at a cheap hotel?
im game! I got the wifes blessing!

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Yeah, I noticed those SMJ also. It's been a couple years since I have been down there, but I am having a hard time figuring out what the configuration is.

What happened to the nice whoop section that Bill was so fond of?

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Yeah, I noticed those SMJ also. It's been a couple years since I have been down there, but I am having a hard time figuring out what the configuration is.

What happened to the nice whoop section that Bill was so fond of?
Bill complained it was too hard so they removed it!

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Im gonna be cool on that one, i really need my balls back, its just not the same watching TV in my underwear and wife beater on the couch and no balls to hang onto as if someone was going to take them!

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Seriously? Cause my confidence just went up about 85% it was at about 1 or 2% before.

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it doest matter to me as long as we car poolin!
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Seriously? Cause my confidence just went up about 85% it was at about 1 or 2% before.
Youll be fine, if you cant ride that dirt section then we will cover your bike in a mixture of liquid tide and gasoline and light it up and ghost ride it into the quarry out in Mchenry and sell you to the circus as the "Chuui The amazing Gloryhole sword swallower from Cuba!"

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it doest matter to me as long as we car poolin!
Well here is the options.

Find a 2 place trailer.
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I leave my generator behind. And we bring the bare min, tools and spares.
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We will figure something out. That is assuming 3 bike 3 people in my truck. (little bed)

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Youll be fine, if you cant ride that dirt section then we will cover your bike in a mixture of liquid tide and gasoline and light it up and ghost ride it into the quarry out in Mchenry and sell you to the circus as the "Chuui The amazing Gloryhole sword swallower from Cuba!"
Homeboy read what I wrote again. I love that dirt section. I hope they don't ruin it.

Honestly I kinda like big table tops, now that I've done it I don't mind jumping (not that I jump far or high)

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Homeboy read what I wrote again. I love that dirt section. I hope they don't ruin it.

Honestly I kinda like big table tops, now that I've done it I don't mind jumping (not that I jump far or high)
Actually i could see someone getting more fucked up on that little jump than others, lets see left hander 2nd gear,

1. hit jump when youre not completly straight up - cause they havnet been practicing much so a little out of shape for a quick seated to standup position

2. As bike leaves jump, bike isnt stright up 90degs, suspension compresses on an angle,rebounds at an angle - Bubba scrubish

3. Bike Gets squirrley in mid air - rider over compensates

4. Lands at weird angle - not straight

5. Bike starts to high Side and then


Giant Catapult high side! Onto Nice soft pavement, nothing like Jumping onto flat pavement - WOOHOO!
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All so wanted to let u guys know we are going to add more dirt to the big jump so the little guys can roll it better.
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We will figure something out. That is assuming 3 bike 3 people in my truck. (little bed)
If you guys end up tight for space and want to send a bike and/or generator down with me a day early, I'm cool with that. I brought my bike home last night to start working on it, and I'm still hoping to get the RV ready to run, but if not, I should have space on my trailer for a bike if needed.

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If you guys end up tight for space and want to send a bike and/or generator down with me a day early, I'm cool with that. I brought my bike home last night to start working on it, and I'm still hoping to get the RV ready to run, but if not, I should have space on my trailer for a bike if needed.
Cool Thanks Colin, I'll let you know which way we end up going.

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Shoot this is nuts, I was riding on the ice 2 weekends ago!

I was thinking about sitting this one out but I'm starting to think otherwise if all my homeboys are going. -

We will see how much work I get done on the bike this weekend.

Colin - My brother also lives in Champaign. Where does yours live/work?
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I was thinking about sitting this one out but I'm starting to think otherwise if all my homeboys are going. -

We will see how much work I get done on the bike this weekend.

Colin - My brother also lives in Champaign. Where does yours live/work?
Matt you gotta go, it been about 2 years man. Plus my debut is bound to have some laughs.

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