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Last edited by cyclocrossfool; 03-14-2019 at 11:14 PM.
That's some serious ridin and racin...
awesome ! what do you consider the number one reason of the success ?lol bribes or sabatoge ?
joking of course but goddamit i want pictures of rider and machines
cause i have zero clue as to what yall are thrashing ,please
Last edited by XB33BSA; 07-15-2018 at 07:59 AM.
do want to race a vintage bike, and not that crazy about ahrma rules and agenda...but where is the ccs schedule?
Thanks for the links Mr. Checken...I will probably still have to get license through AHRMA as they do a couple races with school nearby my home, CCS only has one race in practicle long weekend distance from me.
You can also get your license at Grattan with WERA. CCS also does race schools at Blackhawk farms. It is a bit of a drive, but it is worth it, as Blackhawk is a nice track for a beginner.
AHRMA not anymore
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Last edited by jcw; 03-12-2019 at 07:55 PM.
CCS does not even come close to AHRMA as far as real vintage racing. AHRMA has bigger grids and a wide variety of classes.
Go CCS to race contemporary bikes.