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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-18-2012, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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Been to a strip lately?

Anybody on CLSB been to one of the local strips this season? Up to the Grove for T&T or out to Byron or Rt.66? Anybody planning to run Two Wheel Speed or compete for the NHRA Nats bike slots from the Division?
I'm still looking for a bike to run but I'll be out to the strips as much as possible to enjoy spectating and T&T with my street bike. If the right bike comes along I'll be racing.

So what are your plans...Anyone out doing T&T already...any plans to? How about specific race meets or events?

Hey...road racers (and dirt racers)...the drag strip is absolutely the BEST place to learn how to get the holeshot and learn how to upshift rapidly and cleanly...It's also THE place to master clutch, throttle and "traction" control
It's also the best place to get you carbs dialed in and get your bike tuned.

Anyone interested in putting together a dragstrip day (or evening)?

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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You talked a big game when you said you were going to buy this.

https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...d.php?t=119307

After some fiddling with the carbs and some work here and there.
Some paint and spit shine.

You didn't want this bike???It was a Diamond in the rough buddy.

Thanks in the end, as now it runs and looks new.

After you find the Bike you want let me know we'll run for pinks.......

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I hope there are no hard feelings, Gus...I had thought you ended up selling it for more than our potential deal would have netted you. It was very close but not quite what I was looking for at the time and combined with some other pressures that reared up at the time I decided to pass. At no time did I feel you were not offering me a fair and stand up deal. It was business, not personal.
It's a beautiful bike...even much more so now...When the time comes I'd love to run you heads up or handicap for beers, bragging rights and maybe even a bit of cash... but not for pinks...bikes like that are MUCH too hard to come by... as I am finding out.

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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It's all good ya know I was just waiting for a chance to bust your balls.


Yes it is sold. The owner just can't take it home yet.Pending divorce.

$2,800

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I noticed that US41 was open last night.

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Never been there myself. There was some pretty widespread controversy last year about a complete disregard for racers safety and well being by the operators of that track. I'm always up for checking out new or different venues in any kind of racing as a racer or spectator. But, I'd have to be convinced that the track is as safe as possible and for me that would start with a dragstrip having a NHRA or IHRA sanction/certification.

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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It looks like a real old timey strip. Kinda like the old US30 or Oswego.

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If you have memories of those tracks you must be older than ....ME!

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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If you have memories of those tracks you must be older than ....ME!
LOL... I not only remember them, I raced at them.

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LOL... I not only remember them, I raced at them.

LMAO!!

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I raced at Santa Fe Speedway and at Hales Corners up in Milwaukee in addition to alot of fairground 1/2 miles that haven't run MC races in years...different kind of racing though...I didn't take to drag racing until the mid '80's so my memories are of 'Da Grove...
I remember the old Jan Gabriel radio spots for US 30 though... "Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!......Where the great ones run run run"...Jan was the track announcer at Santa Fe and knew his way around flat track motorcycle racing real well...He'd be doing a call and using that deep growling voice as a couple of riders would be battling for position and he'd say "They're swapping leather on the backstraight!" ...I'm enjoying the memories...but

I started this thread to draw out the riders here on CLSB that do, have or would be interested in doing something together at one of the dragstrips...we don't have to get real serious. Just go up to the Grove on a Tuesday or other weeknight and Test & Tune or make time runs, collect some E.T slips and shoot the breeze and meet in real space and maybe stop off for a Brat & Beer at the Brat Stop on the way home.
Sure beats getting traffic tickets blasting around fast food joints!


How about you Sloroll...It would be real interesting to see what kind of times and MPH your Pan could turn!

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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I raced at Santa Fe Speedway and at Hales Corners up in Milwaukee in addition to alot of fairground 1/2 miles that haven't run MC races in years...different kind of racing though...I didn't take to drag racing until the mid '80's so my memories are of 'Da Grove...
I remember the old Jan Gabriel radio spots for US 30 though... "Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!......Where the great ones run run run"...Jan was the track announcer at Santa Fe and knew his way around flat track motorcycle racing real well...He'd be doing a call and using that deep growling voice as a couple of riders would be battling for position and he'd say "They're swapping leather on the backstraight!" ...I'm enjoying the memories...but

I started this thread to draw out the riders here on CLSB that do, have or would be interested in doing something together at one of the dragstrips...we don't have to get real serious. Just go up to the Grove on a Tuesday or other weeknight and Test & Tune or make time runs, collect some E.T slips and shoot the breeze and meet in real space and maybe stop off for a Brat & Beer at the Brat Stop on the way home.
Sure beats getting traffic tickets blasting around fast food joints!


How about you Sloroll...It would be real interesting to see what kind of times and MPH your Pan could turn!
I would be willing to bring the 65 Stang out for that if I get it sorted out in time.




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Cool...cars welcome...This would be a run what ya brung thing to have some fun.
Keep working on that car and hopefully more folks will want to do this and we can plan it out!

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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the motor is in. got lots of plumbing and electrical to do. I need somebody like gus to come over and just give it a kick in the ass.




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LOL^^^

Keeping the projects going is tough some times.

They get old the longer they sit.

A cruise night without his car maybe all the spark this high heeled boy needs.

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Today I rolled this off the work stand.

No spark,no lights ,no start button maybe tomorrow we can find some spark.

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Gus, did I mention I have a kegerator in my garage? Lol




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i go to the drag strip very often, been to GLD, byron, and NLR(us41).

i race twowheelspeed religiously and also cyclebash at the grove and was at NLR sunday for the street fighter 9.50 class.
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^^^ With such a full weekend with the Pro Superbikes up at Road America and the 1/2 mile flat track at Elkhorn Wi. on Sunday I'm not sure I'll be able to get out to the twowheelspeed event this time. If I don't go to RA on Saturday (bad weather and having to ride up alone will be the only things that will keep me closer to home), TWSpd is my back up plan for something to do... Please elaborate on cyclebash...when is it, what classes? ...Also tell me more about US 41...I've heard that they've had problems like an unequipped ambulance and no medical personnel on site last year. Do they run under sanction now? Do they have a bike series?
Checked your link...nice shot at Byron...have good luck this weekend. If I make it up there on Saturday I'll look for you to say hello.

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thanks.

cyclebash was held a few times at GLD and i believe there gonna attempt to do it again this year,not 100% sure though. classes here were 10.50 and 9.50

as far as 41 goes, its a "outlaw" track and there is no emt's or anything that i know of unless they changed it. the bike series they have is ran inside the ultimate shootout car event and features a 9.50 street fighter class, with the same rules as twowheelspeed.
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How about a run up to the Grove next Tuesday (June 12) for some time runs and T&T just for grins...street bike, track bike, car,. snowmobile...whatever. Let's go collect some E.T.slips and go bench race at the Brat Stop for an evenings entertainment.
Post up or PM me if you're interested.

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I may be up for this. 50/50 right now with work. But i do want to get some time slips on the old H2. Maybe a few passes on the H2 then a few on the turbo bike.
I also have a broken right foot so i will see if i can kick the H2 Tonight.....But i am sure one of you guys will start the thing for me right?
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Anyone else?...I'll post up again on Monday and see if we have some who want to go...It would be fun to just see what kind of lights I can cut!
There's no better place to acquire the skills to get the killer holeshots that give you the lead in any eace right from the start! PLUS...no place better to get the jetting dialed in on any carburated bike!
turbo...If we go I'm sure we can get someone to help you fire you bike up.

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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If you guys n gals want to do a clsb strip day Lmk and I can piggy back it on a 2ws day.
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Sooo..........Anyone up for the Grove on Tuesday night (tomorrow)? At this point it's last minute but how about next week or beyond?

"Dirt is for racing on...Asphalt is for getting there" OR "Flat trackers go in deeper and come out harder... OR (With apologies to General MaCarthur) "Old motorcycle racers never die, they just slip off the groove and fade into the dust!

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