6 Hours of Power

4 years 6 months ago #44748 by rprouse
rprouse created the topic: 6 Hours of Power
I was scheduled to ride the 6-hours of power last Sunday, but there were very heavy downpours starting early that morning and scheduled to continue throughout the morning. I figured the race would be postponed or canceled so headed down to the training centre to check on the status. I was really disappointed to find that the race was a go.

Is it just me, or does this bother other people? The club works really hard to maintain the trails and we do our best to not ride in conditions that destroy the trails then a race organization sends racers out to do laps in those conditions just because there is money involved. Even the spin in their race wrap-up is annoying. www.heartrateup.com/6hoursofpower71314.html

I may be getting old, slow and grouchy, but this pissed me off. The trails that they run the course on are in the worst condition of all the trails in EVL and they are largely to blame. :x

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