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    Root 66?

    I'm looking at a move to NE soon and am wondering about the Root 66 series, is it well run, well attended, etc? Are there other series in NE that I should also look at?

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    rt66

    yes rt 66 is a good series with good attendace. lots of good locations.

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    I did 9 Root 66 Races last year. About 250-400 racers for each race. There is the EFTA series also, which is fine, but less people attend those.
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    i'm going to race in the 66 series next year

    I live in CT and plan to race the rt 66 series next year.
    I've heard nothing but good things about it.

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    Thanks, ya'll.

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    i did the rt 66 series this summer. very well run and a very good atmosphere. i can guarantee there will be at least 10 people that you could easily get along with.

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    route 66

    Looking forward to it. I'm located in the tolland cty, CT area, but will to drive some to meet for rides. We also have a lot trails out here. Always looking for some new riders to hang with.

    Tried to sneak out a ride before the snow/rain cam yesterday to a local 1.5 or so mile loop, all pine needles so no leaves and mostly single track up and down stuff... A fast run, but couldn't get it in What I am most curious about is the different locations of each race. I think it will be fun to change it up constantly. How is Framington, Ct these days, if you know? I rode there several times about 7 years ago. I am putting together a second schwinn hg right now for winter riding so I can my other two bikes warm

    Any of you can email me privately, if you would like to set a ride up one of these wkds or even a day off from work should the snow disappear so we see the trails? Sam.

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