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Old 02-18-2010, 10:33 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Texas Xtreme Series Hare Scramble Feb. 27-28

All you dirt riders out there please come check out the first ever race of the Texas Xtreme Off-Road Racing Series. This is a hare scramble series, and the first race is being held on February 27 and 28 just North of Columbus, TX. Please check out the flyer and/or the serie's website at http://www.texasxtremeoffroadracing.com for more information.

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Old 02-23-2010, 12:18 PM   #2
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I'll be there, but skipping practice on Saturday.... we'll see how I do going into the first race completely blind. ha ha
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I'll be there, but skipping practice on Saturday.... we'll see how I do going into the first race completely blind. ha ha
Trust me , it wont be as bad as the first race at Skull Creek . This one will be way better !

No more Storm series !
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Trust me , it wont be as bad as the first race at Skull Creek . This one will be way better !

No more Storm series !
I missed that make-up race as I was in Colorado...., had I been home I would have probably skipped out as well...35 degrees and wet, no thanks. I'll be there Sunday though....Moto, you said you race Open D as well, right?
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I missed that make-up race as I was in Colorado...., had I been home I would have probably skipped out as well...35 degrees and wet, no thanks. I'll be there Sunday though....Moto, you said you race Open D as well, right?
Yup , I race open D .

So much mud that first race , it was pretty bad . The course was 17 miles long of mud ! Then we didnt even start untill almost 11:30 and they started both 1hr and 2 hr races together.

The worst thing was that people drove all the way out there to practice on Saturday and there wasnt any practice . No one posted anything nor there hotline was updated. It wasnt very well put together , I just hope this new series will be better put together .
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I've never raced a hare scramble or anything like that before ever, Just haulled a$$ on trail rides through SHNF, & other various trails, but this seems very intriguing.

For those of you that do race;

Is it best to just race what ya brung your first time out? Basically, I've got a drz400e & i'm just curious if thats too much bike for tight single tracks. Will i get destroyed by these smaller liter bikes/2 strokes/ KTM's or is its pretty competitive?

Also, is this the series to get started in as a complete novice?

thanks in advance for the info...
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dude...you can run whatever or however....

i have 0 dirt racing experience...a handful of motocross and trails is all I got. I'm pretty sure it's relaxed and from what I understand...people race all kinds of stuff. Go to the website to see the classes....Open D is where I'm gonna start (I may move up to C depending on how I do).

This series is brand new (South Texas Off-Road Motorcross-STORM fell apart and Otis (whom I haven't met) is picking up the pieces from what I can tell). , it's $45 for the yearly fee and transponder and $50 for your first class. If you don't like it....you won't have to come back is how I see it. Each weekend race is only $50 @ each event....what isn't there to like about that?

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Always wanted to race a hair scramble but never did.
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Hurry up, race is this weekend!
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Hurry up, race is this weekend!
lol man, i gotta wait till after i buy my house to get another bike. BUT, when i do, it will probably be a dirt bike. I've been going through severe withdrawels for years not being in the dirt.
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I've never raced a hare scramble or anything like that before ever, Just haulled a$$ on trail rides through SHNF, & other various trails, but this seems very intriguing.

For those of you that do race;

Is it best to just race what ya brung your first time out? Basically, I've got a drz400e & i'm just curious if thats too much bike for tight single tracks. Will i get destroyed by these smaller liter bikes/2 strokes/ KTM's or is its pretty competitive?

Also, is this the series to get started in as a complete novice?

thanks in advance for the info...
If you can hall through trails then it'll be easy as pie for you . Every course is differant , hills , creeks, trails , straight aways etc. You'll see 560 4 strokes to 300 2 strokes. Some guys are so dam good that they'll pass you on 125 2 stroke clutching it in every turn and up hill . It's fun !
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bump for peeps with dirtbikes and nothing to do this weekend.

Only 20 minutes north of Columbus.
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So, anybody that didn't make it out really missed out on a great time! The weather was perfect. Everything stuck to the schedule and worked out great. I know Danny was wanting to keep going after the race was up. I'm sure he'll make practice on Saturday AND the race on Sunday next time.

BTW, the next race is in 3 weeks, March 20 - 21 in Middleton, which is just southeast of Centerville.

Hope to see all you dirt riders out there...it is a blast!

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