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3 years 3 months ago - 3 years 3 months ago #44789 by twright
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Register and race the HHH on Sept 20th and have a chance to win a week stay in Vegas...
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3 years 3 months ago #44784 by twright
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Here is a list of bikes Specialized will have at the trail head to ride Thursday August 28 from 4pm to 8 pm
SW Enduro 29 and 650b – All sizes
Stumpjumper Expert Evo 29 and 650b – All sizes
Rumor Evo – S, M, L
Fate Expert – S, M, L
Epic SW WC – M, L, XL
Camber Comp – S, M, L
Camber Expert Evo – M, L, XL
Fatboy Pro – M, L

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3 years 4 months ago #44782 by twright
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Thursday Aug. 28th.. from 4-9 Specialized and Hollyloft will be having the Spec. demo trailer at Harris Hill Ext. for those who might be interested in riding a bike that you may never be able to afford... or if you are looking for a new ride.... (they will have those as well).

Hope to see some of you down there.. and remember the Harris Hill Hustle is coming up, get your preride in..

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3 years 4 months ago #44772 by twright
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3 years 5 months ago #44734 by twright
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The SingleTrackRacing advanced scout team was down in Chaut. County on Sunday scoping out the possible routes for the HHH on Sept. 20th...

more detailed info to follow, yes, this is the first race event at HHE, but we hope to do it right.

singletrackracing.com/the-hustle/

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