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Old 04-09-2009, 10:02 AM   #21
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Did yall ever go to Clutch City mx? it was out in humble for about a year or so. That was a true motocross track.. long, sandy, rutted up and would wear you out. that was the track i first started racing at.

if i remember right, it closed down right after clement took over running the track.. But that track had it's own series and it's was awesome but it slowly died out. They still have some awesome video on houstonmotocross.com at that track.
yezzir. jeff dement owned it. they had a massive double that was really 2 tables over on the far right side of the track. i never did it but it was insane to watch. there where powerlines like the big steel set ups that hold like 10 lines at once. right above this jump. and those guys where going so high and far they where almost hitting it. i loved that track too. all the sand was fun.
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Old 04-09-2009, 11:26 AM   #22
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yezzir. jeff dement owned it. they had a massive double that was really 2 tables over on the far right side of the track. i never did it but it was insane to watch. there where powerlines like the big steel set ups that hold like 10 lines at once. right above this jump. and those guys where going so high and far they where almost hitting it. i loved that track too. all the sand was fun.
i almost forgot about the parking next to the road and all those other power lines.. if you touched you tailgate you would get shocked.. haha, they finally figured out that might be a fire hazard with all the gas around towards the end.. good times
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Old 04-09-2009, 02:55 PM   #23
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i almost forgot about the parking next to the road and all those other power lines.. if you touched you tailgate you would get shocked.. haha, they finally figured out that might be a fire hazard with all the gas around towards the end.. good times
word. i heard that the power line companies and the track owner going back and forth are what eventually shut that place down
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