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    Downieville AM Entry For Sale

    Selling my DV Classic All-Mountain spot. $200 and its yours. PM me if your interested. Thanks.

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    Downieville AM Entry For Sale

    How do you sell / transfer a Downieville AM entry? I have an Expert AM entry that I can't use.

    I also have a reservation at Kokanee Cabins for that weekend that is be happy to transfer to someone else.

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    I'm not going to be able to make the race so I must sell my AM entry. $200 to me and you'll have to pay a $35 transfer fee to the organizers. You may change categories if you are a different age/ability then me. PM me for more details.

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    [QUOTE=westeast;12703213...you'll have to pay a $35 transfer fee to the organizers.[/QUOTE]

    What a friggin' rip! Who do they think they are, Ticketmaster?

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    Do people really pay $235 to race trails they can ride for free?

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    bump, still have an entry for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prozach0215 View Post
    Do people really pay $235 to race trails they can ride for free?
    Uh, yeah,
    And they sell out the 350 spots in less than 30 seconds year after year.

    Riding Downieville and the Downieville Classic All Mountain race are 2 very different things.
    If you don't know, you just don't know.

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    I liked it when you could race DH only...those were the days. Still a destroyer and builder of minds and spirits, it was, nevertheless. Haha the Grammarly App does not approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARider View Post
    Uh, yeah,
    And they sell out the 350 spots in less than 30 seconds year after year.

    Riding Downieville and the Downieville Classic All Mountain race are 2 very different things.
    If you don't know, you just don't know.

    Oh I get it. Cyclist pay ridiculous prices for everything. To each his own.

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    Back on topic, still have an entry available.

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    Edit: SOLD!!!
    Last edited by westeast; 07-05-2016 at 03:18 PM.

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