Wolverine Enduros - Route Sheets Posted

fatherandson

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No timekeeping equipment required. The pause is a rest break without the mileage change. Looks like 2.5 hours of riding and 1.5 hours of rest breaks. I am sure that Nick is ready to hit the "easy" button, but I am sure that Alan will prove him wrong.

I am looking forward to trying the new format. I guess the midwest enduros is only region that does not use the pause program.
 

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Hmmm I don't recall a pause programming feature on my WD computer...
 

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Bret - The MIND computer has that feature.

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It sure would be nice to have it pouring down rain all day Sunday with low 60 temps!
 

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BB- this concept is not a new one. I do not own a computer, but I am sure watchdog and ICO have incorporated this concept into their programming. You should not need a computer, just an odometer. The route sheet tells you what time to be at the restart and how far you have to travel to get there. Not much different than the Harrison event.
 

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YT, My MIND computer isn't very reliable.
F&S, Yeah I know non timekeeper but... so I checked the WD manual and pauses CAN be programmed but under SPEED CHANGES of all places. I knew there was no menu option for pauses...
 

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Did I do my math right... test sections are...
5.7 + 11.3 + 4.5 + 5.2 = 26.7 total!
 

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bbarel said:
Did I do my math right... test sections are...
5.7 + 11.3 + 4.5 + 5.2 = 26.7 total!

Would you prefer to not have the enduro at all? Thats all the land available and I'll bet the trail will be awesome.
 
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For Al to put the effort into laying out and putting on an enduro, with all of the irons he already has in the fire, is cool! I am pretty sure he could have found something else to do this weekend. I'm gonna go ride it, enjoy it, and appreciate the fact that a group of people put on an enduro! 27 test section miles or 100 test section miles, it took effort to make it happen! I'm just happy that people can still put on enduros in this state.
 

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Although I'm not fully recovered or ready for an enduro race, the only reason I'm riding this event is because it is Randt's enduro, and only comes along every few years.

BTW... Brian Southworth will be there in Wolverine this weekend.
 
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Smit-Dog said:
Although I'm not fully recovered or ready for an enduro race, the only reason I'm riding this event is because it is Randt's enduro, and only comes along every few years.


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This was my first Enduro 2 years ago. 2 day Wolverine Harrison event. Kicked my butt but had a blast. The terrain up there is incredible. Hope I don't get my new bike dirty. :laugh: