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NewYork WaldenMX Fun Scrambles 3-20-10!!!

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Mud & Sno??? IDK but we are getting together again for a fun day of low pressure race/riding so get an envelope & stamp in the mail ASAP!!!

03-20-10 WaldenMX Mud & Sno Scrambles is ON!!!

Same classes, same schedule, same weather??? Lets hope not!!!

We are going to be open & racing unless we are underwater again so dress right, prep for whatever Mother Nature is planning & bring a friend!

Open bike! Open quad! Open tire in all classes. Basic safety gear, helmet, eye protection, gloves, boots.

MX quad rules for tethers, nets, etc... DO NOT APPLY to our cross country events!!!

Pre-registration is a good idea, especially if its going to be knobby tire friendly!!! The MXers are waking from hibernation & want to ride too!

A note with your class, (bike "B", under 12, ATV "C" for example) and a check or MO made to WPMC for $30 mailed to

WaldenMX

c/o Jim Economou

336 Skyline Lakes Dr.

Ringwood, NJ 07456

We will secure the 80 spots per session, (kids, bike, quad), first in, first taken!!! I'll post if/when it fills up! You can chance it & pay when you arive but if we fill up, we are done, plan ahead! If it gets cancelled or you can't make it, PM me & I will destroy your check, no problem.

I will again TRY to give an accurate, day before ground report but many already know what that is worth! Use your judgment for tires etc...

Rider #s on decals will be supplied & assigned at sign in and will be applied to the left or right chinbar/side of your helmet. Be ready to be on the line 15 minutes BEFORE the scheduled race times. When the clock hits our start time the flag DROPS!!!

NEW SCHEDULE!!!!

Kids bike/quad classes at 9:00-10-30

Adult bikes, A, B, C at 11:00-1:00

Quad A, B, C at 1:30-3:30

Hope to see everyone there ready to enjoy a day outside, race, just ride, hey come & hang out! Bring the kids out to watch! Gate is FREE!!!

SEE YA THERE!

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Sunny and 60deg Tuesday through Saturday! That'll help dry the place out a bit!

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I checked Waldens websight, They only show 3 open practices. Is that all they are going to have for the year. I hope not.

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C,mon Ed you don't live in Anchorage.... It's not that far. I'm going next time you go.

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News this morning said possible 67 degrees for Saturday!!! :banana:

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I'll post up the conditions on Friday evening. If the sun shines all week I expect near perfect conditions by Saturday, probably even some dust in the more exposed areas.

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Track conditions today, Tuesday the 16th, parking lot DRY!!!

Track is muddy. 2 more days of sun and we will likely be cussin the dust by Friday. We drain pretty well & I have a new little twist or two for the course. I'll be there all day Friday to mark it, I'm pushing for a full 4 honest mile lap this time!:banana:

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Can I sit on your rear fender for a lap or two if I can't get a bike ready in time?

My bike won't move with our 2 fat #$$ on it! But I do have a Rekluse!:banana:

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C'mon Jim get out there with some fans and dry it up. I hate mud, rocks, water and trees. How the heck did Mike talk me into this? I watched to many GNCC videos. I can't wait.

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I can't promise you will not ride in some mud but I think it will be near perfect. Scott W. was there today & says it should be awesome. The fact that the lot is already dry is huge!!! I'll post again with a report on Friday when I get back from there.

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Dave, Ed is trying to put two Service Honda's and a Messerschmitt together by the weekend, a tall task!

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Jim... any idea on the open practices this year? Last year there were tons of nice days and waldne was closed, and then you guys ran a lot of races practices when it was freezing out...

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I can only say I'm sure we will run as many as we can. A work in progress, we are still ironing out schedules. You'd be amazed what has to be dealt with to run a track.

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Looks like the "Dakar" +600cc class is back from the dead!!! 2 riders signed into it today! Now I gotta choose, little bike or big bike??? Oh the struggles we face!!!:banana:

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Dave, Ed is trying to put two Service Honda's and a Messerschmitt together by the weekend, a tall task!

I went the easy route and bought a 2008 450 EXC-R for this event. All I need to do are install a new front tire, swap in stiffer springs front+rear, lube the chain, change the oils/filter and service the air cleaner.

What time do we need to get to the track???

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