PBER Clock Run

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gx, here's what was posted to the BB. It was in RTF, so I cleaned it up as much as possible. As far as I could tell, they only listed an end time and not the mileage. I figured it to be 61.2. Looks like one speed average, 2 pauses and a bunch of resets. Have fun.
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PBER 2003 ENDURO 10/5/02003 NJORV Park Chatsworth, NJ

RIDER #________
SPEED 24MPH

KEYTIME
1ST LOOP 8:00 AM
2ND LOOP 11:15 AM
END 1:48 PM

GAS AT THE ORV PARK
8:09:45 AM
10:45 AM 30 MIN

RESET
FROM TO KEYTIME
3.9 8:09:45 AM LOOP 1
11.7 8:29:15 AM LOOP 1
26.2 9:05:30 AM LOOP 1
29.4 9:13:30 AM LOOP 1
47.4 10:20:30 AM LOOP 1
50.8 10:29:00 AM LOOP 1
57.2 10:45:00 AM LOOP 1
0 10:45:00 AM LOOP 1
1.4 11:18:30 AM LOOP 2
2.3 11:20:45 AM LOOP 2
11.6 11:44:00 AM LOOP 2
20 12:05:00 PM LOOP 2
25.5 12:18:45 PM LOOP 2
25.9 12:19:45 PM LOOP 2
34 12:40:00 PM LOOP 2
34.2 12:40:30 PM LOOP 2
40 12:55:00 PM LOOP 2
53.9 1:29:45 PM LOOP 2

COURSE PAUSE AT 29.4 22 MIN
TIME IN 9:13:30
TIME OUT 9:35:30

The route sheet printed by PBER will be the official route sheet (plus any changes made and posted at last
minute). We do not take responsibility for any discrepencies between route sheet and Jart Charts.
If you have any questions please consult route sheet.

Food will be available Saturday night, Sunday morning and afternoon.

Have a safe, fun ride and PBER thanks you for entering our enduro.
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#3
I guess, it didn't like the tabs or something in the resets. They are in:
Reset from
Reset to
Reset from
Reset to
...
format.
 
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Has anybody done this run before? I just heard that it's loaded with whoops. Even more than the scrub pine I just did which had miles of whoops throughout the race. Man those things wipe me out. I haven't gained the confidence yet to just open it up and try to ride the tops of them. As soon as I see really deep whoops I'm off the gas on a rollercoaster ride. :ugg:
 
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gx, I rode it last year and I do remember a lot of whoops. Riding the tops will take a lot less out of you. Carry some speed, keep your weight back a little, grip with your legs and go. Have fun.
 
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I'm gonna try but for some reason when I just back off. Maybe because I went over the bars once in deep whoops. Slammed my shin on the bars on the way over. Oh well, That which doesn't kill me only makes me faster. I hope. Thanks again kelseybrent.
 

Lissa

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Its pretty whooped out in the orv park and the surrounding area. Ive talked to a friend of mine in the club and they did put in some new trail. The earlier the number the better.
Rob not Lissa
 
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#9
I think i'm gonna do this because I can only do one more race this season and also because I'm member of NJOHVP and kinda wanted to ride the surrounding area. If for some reason I don't make this one I'll probably do the DE enduro. I checked out their web site the ride is gonna be about 100 miles. :eek: The longest enduro i've done was 80 and by 70 miles I couldn't wait until it was over.
Unfortunately riding closer to the front is not an option for me. I just started riding this year, i've gotten better and faster but I'm still not fast enough. Pulling over to let people pass me slows me down too much. I'd rather ride closer to back so only a few pass me and I can keep riding.
The weathers gonna suck 63 and rain in the morning. I've already started spraying my clothes and jacket with water repellant but I've never ridden in a cold rain. Anyone know how heavy to dress? I don't want to overdo it and over heat my self but nor do I want to freeze.