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MTB racing 2022

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Ooooh game time

2022 Session overview:
13th Marsh - Twisted Oaks Mashup
10th April - Milland Rd1
15th May - QECP Rd2
29th May - Pippingford Mashup
19th June - Tiverton Rd3
17th July - QECP Mashup
05th - 07th Aug - YT Industries Southern Enduro Champs
11th Sept - Triscombe Rd4
25th Sept - Milland Rd5

Oh man, clashes with Morzine In August
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Do you know something about the weather here in March?
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The Mashups will be our secondary focus in terms of ensure. With the main 5 rounds being the targeted events. So we may or may not do that anyway.

It depends on clashes with DH events he books
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Hoping to do the Brighton BigDog if it runs in 2022.

Also the Tour de Moor on Dartmoor (even if they go up my favourite descent)
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Never been to a Big Dog ... I should do!
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Mr Moofo wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 9:14 pm Never been to a Big Dog ... I should do!
It’s a great race, proper hard work, good vibe and a well laid out course utilising Stanmer to its best, all the straights are climbs and wiggly narrow single track on the downs. Just mind the tree of doom to avoid an NHS Ti upgrade……
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weeksy wrote: Fri Nov 19, 2021 7:35 pm Ooooh game time

2022 Session overview:
13th Marsh - Twisted Oaks Mashup
10th April - Milland Rd1
15th May - QECP Rd2
29th May - Pippingford Mashup
19th June - Tiverton Rd3
17th July - QECP Mashup
05th - 07th Aug - YT Industries Southern Enduro Champs
11th Sept - Triscombe Rd4
25th Sept - Milland Rd5

Oh man, clashes with Morzine In August
Well this is getting slightly more complex. We've decided that we'll do Rd1-5 and skip the smaller events.
10th April - Milland Rd1
15th May - QECP Rd2
19th June - Tiverton Rd3
11th Sept - Triscombe Rd4
25th Sept - Milland Rd5

However now the British DH series is live along with the British Enduro series too, which has clashes and conflicts a plenty, not least with @Welsh Muffin birthday LOL. Does she really want to be spending that on the side of a hill in Llangollen or Caersws, hahahaha.

IT's very very complex having a child doing activities... This needs some planning. There's SO many events.
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Interestingly, if he races with PMBA i can ride as a chaperone (u16s can't ride solo) for free, but obviously not be included in the results. That would save us some change as they're not cheap.

Although weirdly i'd feel cheap and would feel like i'm letting myself down by not racing.
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weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 12:04 pm Interestingly, if he races with PMBA i can ride as a chaperone (u16s can't ride solo) for free, but obviously not be included in the results. That would save us some change as they're not cheap.

Although weirdly i'd feel cheap and would feel like i'm letting myself down by not racing.
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Couchy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 8:59 pm
weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 12:04 pm Interestingly, if he races with PMBA i can ride as a chaperone (u16s can't ride solo) for free, but obviously not be included in the results. That would save us some change as they're not cheap.

Although weirdly i'd feel cheap and would feel like i'm letting myself down by not racing.
It’s not about you though 👍👍
Course it is. I exist too. I may be propping up the back, but I'm pushing, trying, forcing and scaring myself as much as the next man.
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weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:06 pm
Couchy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 8:59 pm
weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 12:04 pm Interestingly, if he races with PMBA i can ride as a chaperone (u16s can't ride solo) for free, but obviously not be included in the results. That would save us some change as they're not cheap.

Although weirdly i'd feel cheap and would feel like i'm letting myself down by not racing.
It’s not about you though 👍👍
Course it is. I exist too. I may be propping up the back, but I'm pushing, trying, forcing and scaring myself as much as the next man.
You’ll still be riding down though, just put strava on for your time 👍
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Couchy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:18 pm
weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:06 pm
Couchy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 8:59 pm

It’s not about you though 👍👍
Course it is. I exist too. I may be propping up the back, but I'm pushing, trying, forcing and scaring myself as much as the next man.
You’ll still be riding down though, just put strava on for your time 👍
I don't Strava. You not noticed you don't see my rides any more?
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weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:24 pm
Couchy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:18 pm
weeksy wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 9:06 pm

Course it is. I exist too. I may be propping up the back, but I'm pushing, trying, forcing and scaring myself as much as the next man.
You’ll still be riding down though, just put strava on for your time 👍
I don't Strava. You not noticed you don't see my rides any more?
Nah I only use it for me to record and check my rides 😃
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£425 paid out this morning for Southern Enduro series for both me and the lad.