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    New question here. Wisconsin: White Knuckle race info?

    ok this is my first time racing and I just want to know about the coures for this year. On the site it says Its going to be more freeride oriented. why? and Is there sitll going to be the dh1 course from last year open? its not that I dont mined a more freeride type of down hill coures its just that this will be my frist race ever and I just want to know how tame the coures will be thats all.
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    i'm not sure how it will be, but i'm pretty sure i'm doing the DS and DH races.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madtownfreerider
    ok this is my first time racing and I just want to know about the coures for this year. On the site it says Its going to be more freeride oriented. why? and Is there sitll going to be the dh1 course from last year open? its not that I dont mined a more freeride type of down hill coures its just that this will be my frist race ever and I just want to know how tame the coures will be thats all.
    Actually I was talkin' to the organizers and it will be a whole new course this year, so no one here will no what it is like. shoot them an e-mail, they always reply fairly quickly...the reason there is a new course is b/c the old one they had to get permission to cross another farmers land and they always had a hardtime getting it, so this year the course will be on the same hill as the DS course. I can't wait should be a good time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck
    Actually I was talkin' to the organizers and it will be a whole new course this year, so no one here will no what it is like. shoot them an e-mail, they always reply fairly quickly...the reason there is a new course is b/c the old one they had to get permission to cross another farmers land and they always had a hardtime getting it, so this year the course will be on the same hill as the DS course. I can't wait should be a good time!
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    :)

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    when

    Quote Originally Posted by madtownfreerider
    thanks
    when is white knuckle this year?.....im to lazy to search myself.
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    June 11 are cross country and trial running races
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    June 12 are the dual slalom and downhill runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    there will always be easier lines for the beginners
    Actually you are wrong, this course has no "easy" routes, we are in the midwest...

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