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The state of Pit Biking in Canada

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Well going to order a couple of bikes next week for me and the boy (man I hope at 45 that I am not to old) getting quotes on the 06 CRM and the Pitster X2 and X2r. Any opinions out there on wheel size and handling since they are 12x10,12x12 and 12x14 respectively. Its been 20 years since I have ridden and the boy 25 has no experience.

Anyway I digress it seems that Pit biking has yet to catch on up here but with the pricing on these new bikes I think things will change. Is the any pit races in Alberta? I know I contacted someone from the Alberta senior MX Association and he didn't even know what a Pit bike was.

I am in the Edmonton area so if anyone knows of any events up here I would sure like to go watch and who knows maybe even participate some day.

By the way am I the oldest member on this form?

Thx,

Burg

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duh, canada doesn't have states....

they're provinces :thumbsup: hahaha

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I see on your web page you have a mini moto night on Thursdays do you have a stock 125cc class.

What class is the most popular in the states the fifties?

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Here is a message board based in Calgary I believe.

Lots of Alberta pitbike riders there that can help you on the local scene.

http://miniunit.com

In Manitoba it's really catching on. Probably 100+ China bikes and god knows how many CRF50's that are heavily modded...

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Dude PM me I live just out side of edmonton. (morinville) I have 2 50's and ride with about 5-10 guys. In winter there are indoor races in camrose.

Well Pm me when you get them and we will go riding!

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Well went with a couple of Pitster xr2's today, had some fun just taking it around the cul da sac can't wait to get out and learn how to ride again (been 20 years since I have been on the old husky 250 ) although I must say it seems it's like riding a bike came back to me in a hurry.

Great forum and hoping to learn lots from you guys, who knows maybe I might just get up some balls and race it someday.

Thx,

Burg

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