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Besides the NMA, what other resources do we have for off road races? Not interested in Time Keepers (just yet), but more sprints and scrambles. Western Washington preferred, but I can be flexible.

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Do you mean WMRRA? Road racing only, and I'm already dong that series (endurance, sprints, and vintage). Do you have a link for Oregon series? I mean I'll search and whatnot, but suggestions and recommendations are welcome.

 

Edit: I found https://www.omraoffroad.com/racing/home/, is that the only Oregon series, or are there more?

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Do you mean WMRRA? Road racing only, and I'm already dong that series (endurance, sprints, and vintage). Do you have a link for Oregon series? I mean I'll search and whatnot, but suggestions and recommendations are welcome.
 
Edit: I found https://www.omraoffroad.com/racing/home/, is that the only Oregon series, or are there more?

Ok weird because ommra has both on and offroad.

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http://www.albanymx.net/2016/08/13/oregon-state-championship-series/

 

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The OMRA racing home has links to pretty much every racing and DS series.

 

 As a multi discipline guy (like me) I'd suggest the DS series, they're super fun. I also do the Mag 7 because I like GP races.

 

 

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1 hour ago, HeavyRotation said:


Ok weird because ommra has both on and offroad.

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There is OMRA and OMRRA, two different disciplines. Thanks for the links, though, I might haul to Albany, depending on the series up here around Seattle. Anything in Oregon is a haul for me.

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Yeah lol, I was a full sponsored omrra rider. I'm a terrible slow dirt guy but I'm racing dammit.

 

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after a decade of OMRRA its hard to drop the other R

 

The Mag 7 is awesome, the Albany track is very fun too, no big doubles, all tables and step ups.

 

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1 minute ago, Monk said:

Come up to Canada, some good races only hours away... 

For example...

 

Canada is a big country. What do you have? Links?

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6 minutes ago, HeavyRotation said:

Yeah lol, I was a full sponsored omrra rider. I'm a terrible slow dirt guy but I'm racing dammit.

 

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after a decade of OMRRA its hard to drop the other R

 

The Mag 7 is awesome, the Albany track is very fun too, no big doubles, all tables and step ups.

 

That Mag 7 facebook page makes my head hurt. What tracks? Rules? I mean really, I get that there are local guys, but if they want to attract anyone from a distance, maybe some information regarding tracks, classes, long vs short course. Otherwise I'm out. I don't want to have to dig so much just to race.

 

I tried to figure out where the "Rockhill" track is, and I was led to a dead-end on Thumper Talk. Ugh.

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That Mag 7 facebook page makes my head hurt. What tracks? Rules? I mean really, I get that there are local guys, but if they want to attract anyone from a distance, maybe some information regarding tracks, classes, long vs short course. Otherwise I'm out. I don't want to have to dig so much just to race.

That's all of Oregon bro, we ain't civilized.

The next one is on an awesome course, The Sandy Clam.

https://m.facebook.com/coos.ridersassociation/

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2 minutes ago, HeavyRotation said:

Oh, my home track here in Eugene 40 minutes past Albany is very suited to road racers, like a vet mx track, no big jumps, premium on balls out and braking.

http://eugenemxpark.com/eugenemxpark-schedule/


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THAT'S a proper way to get me interested. Yeah it's 5 hours, but it looks like a good place.

Man, I miss Straddleline...

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Besides the NMA series there are the Team Tortoise norcs races. Harescramble format like the nma offroad series. You have an Isde and sprint enduro left this year . 3 Harescrambles and i believe 2 more on the norcs series. Between the norcs and nma you have close to 25 events a year now.

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3 hours ago, HeavyRotation said:


That's all of Oregon bro, we ain't civilized.

The next one is on an awesome course, The Sandy Clam.

https://m.facebook.com/coos.ridersassociation/

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Civilized or uncivilized there is no excuse for a sandy clam. Even with dread locks and hairy legs, the clam should still never be sandy.

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On 8/4/2017 at 6:22 PM, Monk said:

Thanks. Unfortunately, as with all of the other sites, information isn't readily available for each event. As an example, if I wanted to go to the Rev Limiter Hare Scramble on September 24th, how would I know where to go, when to be there, or what class would I run? It certainly seems that each event is uniquely promoted, to the point that it almost feels like they are trying to keep it a secret. Maybe it's just my previous experiences with local events, but it seems that information on each event needs to be separately investigated for each event, which is a little time consuming.

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7 minutes ago, pscook said:

Thanks. Unfortunately, as with all of the other sites, information isn't readily available for each event. As an example, if I wanted to go to the Rev Limiter Hare Scramble on September 24th, how would I know where to go, when to be there, or what class would I run? It certainly seems that each event is uniquely promoted, to the point that it almost feels like they are trying to keep it a secret. Maybe it's just my previous experiences with local events, but it seems that information on each event needs to be separately investigated for each event, which is a little time consuming.

Lol, well if you ask me I can point you in the right direction... The Rev Limiter and Chewles race are about the only 2 worth going to. Chewles is pretty epic and a TRUE cross country... 

 

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