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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 08:29 AM Thread Starter
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NESBA bash, what did you win???

I was very impressed yet again with the raffle and prizes this year. In a rough economy NESBA, Safety First, Turn One Racing, and others sure were generous with donating raffle prizes. We can't thank you guys enough.

So what did you walk away with?

I'm glad I brought Emily around, she won a free dyno tune at safety first that she is going to let me use. I walked away with a free year membership to NESBA. I also walked away with a new brembo master, but I think Turn One is going to make me pay for that one

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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 08:35 AM
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Team Big Cock Racing also got a free suspension setup.

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I won a free suspension set up also from Turn One Racing. Then one a free fleece at the Safety First seminar. It was a good day.
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o yeah, i got a Safety First shirt!

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I won two free track days.... BUT I put them back in the bucket and gave them back away.

Would loved to win that Safety First Fleece that G2G gotz!!! (that was cool lookin'!)

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Free trackday at Mid America
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Free trackday at Mid America
Good track. Make sure you stick around for the famous Larson cookout on Sat night.

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Good track. Make sure you stick around for the famous Larson cookout on Sat night.
Of course...that's what makes the haul out to the mid-central tracks worth it more than anything else
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75.00 credit towards a mid central event... Any suggestions as to which one to go to?
Heartland
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And does a membership to Nesba cover all regions or just one?
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I won a 2 day case of the flu! Complete with running nose, and sinus pressure. Couldn't go to work today.

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I walked away like a champ I was lucky enough to win a quality NESBA travel coffee mug and Kelly won an Autobahn trackday which she wants me to use. Also, the rule of CR's giving away their goodies brought a set of race decals my way and I even made a good beer trade later in the evening




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Aussie Glenn did.

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Hey I didn't win shit, but Matt G. and the lovely Lynda donated Lynda's free Heartland day to me later. Thanks guys! and thank you Carol for suggesting it. See you at Heartland.

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I won a 2 day case of the flu! Complete with running nose, and sinus pressure. Couldn't go to work today.
I was wondering if something was up, because I felt extra super sick all sunday. Not in a way that matched the consumption of the evening.

Oh, I scored a HPT day... which is fine by me since it is my favorite track to ride.

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I was wondering if something was up, because I felt extra super sick all sunday. Not in a way that matched the consumption of the evening.

Oh, I scored a HPT day... which is fine by me since it is my favorite track to ride.
I didn't go to work again! But I actually feel better today. I've had colds, but never one with such bad sinus pressure. I couldn't sleep last night. Just layed there thinking... ouch.... ouch... ouch... fall asleep. ouch.. this sucks... ouch.....

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75.00 credit towards a mid central event... Any suggestions as to which one to go to?
Heartland
Iowa
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Mid America
And does a membership to Nesba cover all regions or just one?
Membership covers all regions.

I would suggest heartland first from what I heard then Mid America. Although I don't know squat about Hastings. Wink would be a good one to ask as he's more familiar with the track than I am.

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Heartland is the MidCentral "Home" track it seems, you can;t go wrong with that one.
MAM is a great track with a full complement of turn types, increasing, decreasing, balanced, chicanes and kinks. Very fun and can really help improve skillsets.
Iowa Speedway - Great for smaller bikes, short track, makes you work hard all day. TONS of FUN!!!
Hastings - New track for us, I haven't been there before.

More general details at https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...ad.php?t=43556 which I need to update.

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