Countdown to Glen Helen 11

We took a recent peek at Glen Helen to check out some of the new sections, and a host of top riders getting their outdoor testing in.

Credit: GuyB
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11 comments
  • aaryn #234

    5/12/2014 7:03 PM

    Guy are you lucky enough to have a mule or some type of vehicle on race day to cart you around the track, or will you be spending all weekend at Glen Helen acting as a human mountain goat?

  • GuyB

    5/12/2014 7:19 PM

    It's all two-foot power for me at the nationals.

  • aaryn #234

    5/12/2014 7:22 PM

    That is just nasty, so glad most of the track in Australia are flat , though Ill get over to the U.S one day and test my fitness

  • Crush

    5/12/2014 7:32 PM

    Good workout for Hattah Az!

  • aaryn #234

    5/12/2014 7:38 PM

    Haha, When are you heading over this side of the country to race Hattah? Hopefully picking up the bike ill be racing it on this year some time this week

  • Crush

    5/12/2014 7:52 PM

    Mate, would love to! We're on a bit of a budget right now with the little one and one income. Wifey hasn't seen the new wheels yet, might be interested as to where they came from. Haven't been for a ride for ages at any rate!

  • Crush

    5/12/2014 7:53 PM

    New feature bike? I'm guessing it sounds like a two stroke!

  • GuyB

    5/12/2014 7:36 PM

    There's a reason I do lots of pedaling before (and during) the outdoor season. )

  • Crush

    5/12/2014 5:29 PM

    Pourcel is ridiculous!

  • Antonioni

    5/13/2014 3:14 AM

    Exactly the same speed than barcia. From beginning of Saddleback Ridge section to the top of Yamaha Mtn., I timed around 19.95s for both.
    Same speed but not the same engine volume and not the same style with the bike...

  • Crush

    5/13/2014 3:58 AM

    Yep... and it's the same thing with BamBam, even if it is fast, how much energy is he using to do that? Wasn't he questioning how Bagget and Tomac were going so fast at the end of motos a while back. Maybe cause they aren't trying to blow everything apart every 5 metres.