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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 01-02-2014, 11:21 AM Thread Starter
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2014: What's in store?

Happy New Year CLSB! Sooner or later all this snow is going to melt and we'll be getting back to enjoying motorcycling! What are your plans? Let's hear about some of the rides and events on your radar screen for 2014!
For me, in addition to all the road riding I kind of just do naturally, there are of course the usual events I never miss like the 2 Springfield miles, Mods vs. Rockers, Davenport Antique MC swap & show, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, and for the first time in 2 years I won't have a conflict with the Peoria Grand National TT!
New for this year are a round of the AMA Vintage Dirt Track series at Henry IL. Henry is a track that I raced on many, many times in my flat trackin' days and it's going to be fun to attend a race there...also the AMA Vintage MX series has rounds in Illinois, Michigan and Indiana and my B 50 MX BSA has been idle for a couple of seasons...I certainly intend to get out and make some noise with it a time or 2!
After some late season dirt riding last Fall (including a ride in the Nevada desert on part of the old Barstow to Vegas course) I am very excited about doing more dirt rides and events.
AND...I've finally got the GS 1100 I picked up for the strip ready to just load and go!
Sounds like alot and it is but, I'll get a good portion of it in...I always do! Riding sure beats golf for a retirement activity!

How about you? What has you looking forward to the riding season? Post up! Let's talk motorcycles! CLSB can use the activity and it will help pass the time until we can ride again! ..........(unless you have an ice bike but, that's another thread!)

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Maybe a trip to Club57. Maybe Rich Oliver's Two day fun camp. Plans are being discussed to try desert riding in either CA or Utah. At some point, I would like to try one of the local GPs or hare scramble or whatever is the easiest woods event.

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Once I get a for real full time gig(instead of long term contract work), I'd LOVE to pick up another 90s sportbike restore project. Really have my heart set on a CBR F3.

Also, I have yet to do a track day, I wouldnt mind finding some junk track plastics,some engine covers and a shitty old tank to swap back and forth between street and track for the F4i.


Oh, wouldnt mind scoring an old ZX7 either.
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Sigh, I think I'm done. Had spinal decompression and fusion last month after fighting it for years. The pain before the surgery was... interesting. I wouldn't wish it on a Tea Party member or ex-wife. I'm coming along and should make a strong recovery, but my girl and surgeon would probably kill me if I start messing around again and I wouldn't blame them. I don't think I'd like my lifestyle if I had to have a 2nd back surgery. The titanium bits in my body are just getting too numerous.

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Sigh, I think I'm done. Had spinal decompression and fusion last month after fighting it for years. The pain before the surgery was... interesting. I wouldn't wish it on a Tea Party member or ex-wife. I'm coming along and should make a strong recovery, but my girl and surgeon would probably kill me if I start messing around again and I wouldn't blame them. I don't think I'd like my lifestyle if I had to have a 2nd back surgery. The titanium bits in my body are just getting too numerous.

The 929 will go on sale this spring. Someone will get a good street/track bike for cheap.
Welcome to the Party..........hence my overpriced turd of a couch with EXCEPTIONAL braking prowess

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LOL, I think my back problems are less than yours. This should fuse up well. Dirt bikes take a bigger toll. Sucks getting old, doesn't it.

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Thanks D. So do I!

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LOL, I think my back problems are less than yours. This should fuse up well. Dirt bikes take a bigger toll. Sucks getting old, doesn't it. !
That is does - My Spine is missing a chunk but I like to think I make up for it in charm and wit - Nerve is still kind of wincie here and there if I move or twist wrong - It always goes out when I try and blow myself but that is for another thread...

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Once I get a for real full time gig(instead of long term contract work), I'd LOVE to pick up another 90s sportbike restore project. Really have my heart set on a CBR F3.

Also, I have yet to do a track day, I wouldnt mind finding some junk track plastics,some engine covers and a shitty old tank to swap back and forth between street and track for the F4i.


Oh, wouldnt mind scoring an old ZX7 either.
Saw this yesterday. Looks like a good find

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This is basically the only thing I am focusing on for the 2014 season. Can't wait to race it


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I'm hoping to hit all 4 rounds of the RacerX Senior Championship MX series this year.

http://www.mxvets.com/

They haven't announced the 2014 schedule yet, but I know when 3 of 4 are and they don't conflict with any of the big plans the wife has for me yet...

Other than that, going to hit as many MX practice days at Byron, KI, Mt. Carroll, and Sunset Ridge as possible with a couple other races mixed in if the stars allign. Oh, yeah, and ride every Wednesday evening at East Dundee Motorsports Park once it opens up.

Also, now that I have my garage set up at home and my old '86 GSXR out of storage where it has been for 3 years, I'm going to hang some new tires on it and try to get out from time to time. Including at least a couple Sunday morning rides with Bug.

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Including at least a couple Sunday morning rides with Bug.
That just warmed my heart

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This is basically the only thing I am focusing on for the 2014 season. Can't wait to race it


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G2G,

Like the Isle of Man and Bonneville, Pikes Peak is one of those events that almost everyone wants to try but few ever get around to doing. One of my friends did it a year or so ago and was ecstatic over just making it to the top!
Good luck and keep us posted on the experience.


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The RacerX Senior races is one of those events that I'd love to participate in if I had a modern bike. Good racing at the best tracks in our area. If you have an older bike that would fit the vintage classes offered, maybe you could squeeze in a round or 2 of the AMA Vintage series...They have rounds at Walnut, Casey and Log Road in addition to the Vintage Days Mid Ohio event. Good luck to you...Keep us posted on how your series goes.

Anyone else? Anyone with some special road racing or drag racing plans? How about a dirt bike or dual sport adventure or a long distance tour planned?

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Well my plan is to race complete NWGP series and go back to Sturgis for USA pro round
and the SMEC round at OVRP. Other then that try to ride as much ice,dirt and supermoto as I can
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The RacerX Senior races is one of those events that I'd love to participate in if I had a modern bike. Good racing at the best tracks in our area. If you have an older bike that would fit the vintage classes offered, maybe you could squeeze in a round or 2 of the AMA Vintage series...They have rounds at Walnut, Casey and Log Road in addition to the Vintage Days Mid Ohio event. Good luck to you...Keep us posted on how your series goes.
Yeah, I've actually been working on my dad to get his old '78 CCM race bike up and running and hit a couple Vintage events. It hasn't run since he stopped racing it back in '85, so I have never had a chance to hit the track with it (I was 9 at the time and that thing is still intimidating to me now let alone then).

Realistically, anything more than 2.5-3 hrs from the home base isn't going to happen this year, but maybe Walnut, RA and possibly some of the Midwest VMX events.

I also have a PW 50 for my 2 girls and I'm hoping to get them started and do some playing around with them. My 6 yo really isn't showing much interest, but my 4 yo is starting to chomp at the bit and always wants to help me work on stuff in the garage.

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When I think of you and farts, Roman and the Russian Atomic Ass Gas come to mind in your Motorhome - That and Sadie's toots keeping me warm as i use her as a pillow

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The RacerX Senior races is one of those events that I'd love to participate in if I had a modern bike. Good racing at the best tracks in our area. If you have an older bike that would fit the vintage classes offered, maybe you could squeeze in a round or 2 of the AMA Vintage series...They have rounds at Walnut, Casey and Log Road in addition to the Vintage Days Mid Ohio event. Good luck to you...Keep us posted on how your series goes.

I have been looking into vintage bikes with the idea of running some of the local VMX races. It looks like fun. The maintenance part concerns me a little. I imagine that if you stick with a Japanese bike you can probably find parts out there.

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.I have been looking into vintage bikes with the idea of running some of the local VMX races. It looks like fun. The maintenance part concerns me a little. I imagine that if you stick with a Japanese bike you can probably find parts out there.
We have a Stan, he can find, fix or fuck anything out there - I think he even has a vintage Husker MX in his possession if memory serves

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The end of the world as you know it. But, don't worry, you'll feel fine.
The Mayans beat you to that prediction..............they were wrong.

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