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Possible G-Force on 3/9 - February 27, 2008, 06:02 PM

Aside from the SandyHook events this will probably be my last chance for an indoor.

G-Force is outside Richmond...so it's a little over an hour and twenty minutes or so south of Potomac Mills so the drive isn't bad.

The track is MUCH larger and much more technical than All-Sport and has literally 3 times the grip and is tons of fun. I've only been there once but it flows so in about a session or two you should be able to figure out the lines.

Good thing is that is is technical so the guys on the fast bikes who are slow won't hold you up like they do at All-Sport. The straight has a kink and isn't as much of a factor like All-Sport so it makes things more interesting.

Post up if you're interested and I'll update the post with the details. This usually doesn't sell out so I hope to see some of you out there.

Jim/Nate...good opportunity to test your new bikes.


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what kind of license do you need?


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No license required but you will need a mini-supermoto (4-stroke) smaller than 250cc.


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I dont know if I will have my street tires on the thing yet....


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I dont know if I will have my street tires on the thing yet....
You could run knobbies...I ran them all last year and had no issues, they slide around which isn't that big of a deal.

Also, G-force has MUCH more traction than All-Sport...it's night and day riding there so you'd be fine even on knobbies.


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I dont really want to destroy the knobs.... I want to have two sets of wheels and interchange.


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c'mon...this is G-Force...crazy stupid fun place to ride!


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How often do they do these?

I may have to hit the next one....


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Probably the last one until next year. I can tell you this track is a lot more fun than All-Sport and MUCH faster too since it has so much grip


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Why doesnt anyone want to do this shit year round?


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Most people who run the events race so this is how we get our fix during the winter.


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Hogwash.


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You could try setting up some events over the summer. Just make sure and post it up on supermotojunkies.com

Problem is like I said most people race either road/supermoto/MX so during the summer the crowd would be light but who knows.

Time/Money is ok I'd hit a few over the summer


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