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    New question here. Clydesdale DH/DS Races In California Question? Please Help

    I used to race back in the day when I was lighter, but now am a bodybuilder and weigh around 290 pounds. In DH I can not jump the same stuff as the lighter guys as I always break the frame, shock bolts, bb and the like. I was hoping that there are still some DH races where there is a Clydesdale class so I can be competitive in more than just the technical and pedaling sections, any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks guys!

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    This is a really fun course for DH and Super-D.
    Part of the SD is on the DH course. I'm not a clyde but still like riding over there
    If you can you should try this one out..
    Last edited by Bent Wheel; 04-19-2009 at 07:13 PM.
    Oldest daughter doesn't ride, she fights MMA.

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    ^^^^^Thanks for the info!

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    Good job!

    ^^ You the man, I live like 50 miles a way from that race! Thank you so MUCH!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny_Law
    ^^ You the man, I live like 50 miles a way from that race! Thank you so MUCH!!!!!!!!
    Your welcome. I hope to check it out the John Fisher Race (time and $$ permitting).

    CCCX DH 4 this Sunday. Not too far away less than 3 hours?.
    http://www.cccx.org/dh/2009/index.shtml



    With the anticipated rain the traction should be excellent

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