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  1. NorthCarolina

    Does anyone know when the results will be posted? The website says they are usually up by 10:00pm the day of the race. Maybe they are taking a closer look at the lap times to see if there are any big discrepancies (i.e. course cutting).
  2. NCHSA Devil's Ridge. (www.yourrace.com)
  3. I am just glad that I did not have to pull my bike out of any of the gigantic mud holes that most people got stuck in. The ruts were up to the foot pegs in a lot of spots and the bike just pulled right through them.
  4. Did a hare scramble on Sunday with a new Michelin trials tire and a Tubliss on the rear and it performed flawlessly. Ran about 9psi and it still has 9 in it today. I was worried about the trials tire since the whole race was in super deep and rutted out mud pits. The tire had more grip than any knobbie I have ever used.
  5. NorthCarolina

    Vet C 35+ I finished 8th out of 14. The posted results said I was 7th, so I got in line (last) to get my trophy. After waiting in line for about 30-35 minutes, I get up to the table, tell them my number and they so no award for you. The results had been revised while I was in line and since there was only 14 riders, there was only 7 trophies. If I had know that, I could have left 1.5 hours early. As far as the race, I have never seen so many abandoned bikes just sitting there upright in the mud with the owners nowhere in sight. I was nervous about my tire choice before the race because I had just mounted a brand new trials tire on the rear after reading how much people loved them. After I mounted it, it rained like hell for several days. Several people at the race looked at me funny and asked if I was really going to run that tire with all of this mud. I said "yep". Best decision I made. That sucker just got traction like you would believe. Just pick your choice of 2 foot deep rut, put the bike in there and just give it some gas. I didn't get stuck once!
  6. I installed an 18" on the rear of my 450 EXC-R five days ago and it hasn't lost a single PSI yet. Installation was straight forward and it went on without a hitch. I will be riding in a hare scramble race tomorrow and look forward to running a relatively low PSI. Can't wait to try it out.
  7. NorthCarolina

    I am in. I will be riding an 08 KTM 450 EXC-R in the Vet C 35+. Look forward to it. David