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Foggy Mtn Enduro Bain PA SUNDAY
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Foggy Mtn Enduro Bain PA SUNDAY - June 27, 2014, 05:05 PM

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxCG43a ... edit?pli=1

Just talked to the organizer and learned:

Closed Course with start controls - no ODO or time keeping needed.
Spark Arrestor IS required (but you can probably make one if necessary?)
Sound Test but probably not an issue for most folks
2 loops from start 47 (or 43 miles for lower classes) and 32 miles Gas available somewhere in 47 mile loop
Rocky trails (sort of like Michaux I'd guess)

OFG plans to try in on the Freeride!

Not sure if I'll be coming from home or from a PA R&T trail ride event on Saturday but probably coming from Frederick/home.
Blain is < 100 miles from my house.

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Foggy Mountain Feedback - June 30, 2014, 12:39 PM

Lafferty edges out OFG BigBird by 5 points in Foggy Mountain Enduro

I sort of like the above headline.

I dropped about 1 more minute on each check than he did and felt pretty good to be that close.
I think there were actually only 3 entrants in the 70+ Grand Masters class - Perennial ECEA class winner Charlie Stapleford, Jack Lafferty Sr. and the OFG. I think Stapleford DNF so the other way to do the headline is:

OFG BigBird comes in LAST at Foggy Mountain Enduro

Foggy Mtn was a good and well run event with quite a few rocks but not really hard/tight enough to fully appreciate the Freeride - but still fun.

They didn't do any tech inspection for anything and although it was officially a "closed course" event they used lots of public roads and had the local officials at all the intersections directing bikes and keep the cars out of our way. Someone did tell me that last year they did check for spark arrestors though!
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June 30, 2014, 12:43 PM

Neat. I'll have to try an enduro one of these days.

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