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Messages - Jase.harto

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General Discussion / Vic States predictions
« on: November 12, 2013, 07:29:27 PM »
Who's got predictions for winners in the upcoming vic states titles?

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Racing / Re: Open Days Trophies Vs Cash
« on: October 23, 2013, 05:23:09 PM »
After riding for two years in vic, I've got some cool plates and trophies to take back to qld to remember my time down here. If it wasn't for commissioner 28 they could be a place higher though.
Cash was good in qld but I generally won $5 for placing if lucky I got a third which was still less than nom fees. But I'm not racing to make money.

Agree with plates and trophies for state and above races.

I like big blocks idea of gift Certs. A win win for your bike shop and your bike being blinged up.
Will take me some time to get a decent store credit at $5 a race meet.

Another question is:
Which is more cost effective to the club for running a open day?
Trophies/plates or cash

Will never make every one happy.

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Racing / Re: Are their too many classes after 30yrs old?
« on: October 05, 2013, 12:54:04 PM »
If regular support from riders was guarranteed maybe a separate 30+ open wheel class could be viable.
Would only work if riders rode the class and not just talked it up.
I've seen someone on Facebook is asking questions about it. Lets support it.

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Racing / Re: Are their too many classes after 30yrs old?
« on: October 02, 2013, 06:48:57 PM »
The mixed age groups works great at open days in vic as the comissioner said. It makes for healthy competition and bigger classes that means you get to do sime serious racing with 2+ gates at times. Better than rolling around with 3 or4 riders in each class
Vic still goes back to the 30-34 and 35-39 etc groups for states. So you can still get your plate in your actual age.

I'm in ageeance with mixed classes.

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Racing / Re: A Pro and AA Pro in QLD
« on: October 02, 2013, 06:43:14 PM »
Pine Rivers Bmx club are running A and AA pro at their upcoming open day.
This is a start for Qld.
I've personally seen the growth of the AA pro riders in vic. The concept works down there.
The A pro racing is awesome to see the talent both old and young mixing it together.

The open wheel vet pro class is great to.

If A and AA pro is viable class across all Australian states I think QLD should give it a go, especially in the SE Qld region. Plenty of good riders to fill those classes and grow into AA riders.
Maybe a pro tour concept like Gary Morgan and Trev Stamford ran could even get up and be successful.

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General Discussion / Re: What were they thinking QLD state titles 2013
« on: October 02, 2013, 06:34:24 PM »
There seems to be lots of rumours that have become truth according to some people.
Why not contact Craig or Anita to get the real story.
I am sure they would appreciate it, as would most people if it involved them or their children.

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