Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by -FLUIDRIDE-, Feb 5, 2008.
We have finished the Fluidride Cup page on Fluidride
Please register to disable this ad.
I couldn't find the race fees. Did I just miss them on the flyer?
Roughly 45$ for DH
Friday shuttle @ PA 10-15$
Sat sun shuttle included in entry.
any discounts for entering both events? thats always nice, schedual looks sic for sure
is this going to be in kahoots with usa cycling?
Awsome, I think I'll actually be able to make like 3-4 of them!
from what I heard there will be norba points given out but let someone verify that
depending on when i move back, i should make 3-4 of them. and ill be here for beacon coincedentally so ill be racing that, some whitler races.
mm excited for the new year.
not to mention my race here in the uk april and may and june mmmm tastey
Hmm... Thanks, working on it now.
So we aren't supposed to talk about the typo you put in your own post here?
Wrqd eomw emmcqrt. Dfgnqedf? Dghwsg??? Rdfnvnbqe qergnqpi4....
You found it? Or, should I say, both of them?
how far is PA from seattle?
It's not too bad of a peddle from what I hear:
Watch out for ferries and pay attention to the small-craft warnings.
so what divisions are there. just pro? im confused. I have never raced DH before but really want to give it a try this summer, is there some sort of novice division? Does anyone know of any other races in WA that might be good for me to try?
usually for dh there are various age ranges of the following classes:
any chance of a beacon race on the schedule? It'd be cool to have more than 2 locations.
Two more months!!!
If you're coming from south of Oly, you can just roll the 101 to avoid the ferries. Not too much further than if you were driving to Bellingham, I'd guess. I was over there a few weeks back and they've been going nuts with the trailwork - it's going to be some fast tracks for sure.
Hopefully next year Stevens will be on board for a race or two. I'd imagine the local resorts will be paying attention to the attendance at the races this year for their own future considerations.
which trail will the race be on? same trail they use to be on?
the one that empties out kinda like by the 4x track?
the only problem ive had on that trail is the sketch like 90 degree drop, only like 2 feet tall but if you go too far left, you fall down the hill, haha
then again it would have been nice to know it was there before i rode it, was the first run down the hill, hah
What kind of license wil be needed? or any?
license for what??
to race. In Oregon you need a OBRA license. Some you need a USA cycling one.