125cc Track Design

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7/7/2017 3:30 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/7/2017 3:31 PM

I'm curious as to what you guys think makes a great 125cc track. Any input such as features, terrain, dirt, etc. would be awesome.

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7/7/2017 5:22 PM

Natural terrain, TC. As much as possible anyway. You're in Colorado - shouldn't be too hard.

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7/7/2017 7:42 PM

Long sweeping corners, lots on banks in the turns so you can keep speed up, and some decent elevation change. No jumps right out of tight corners.

125 heaven

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7/7/2017 7:56 PM

I would almost say the opposite, I like jumps right out of the corner on a 125. I guess what I mean is avoid making jumps that force you to shift from 2nd to 3rd or 3rd to 4th near the approach or face of the jump. Changing gears shortly before or even on the jump face are what sucks on a 125 if you are having to power to get over them. I would just try to make something that flows with the gears. It will be funner in the long run.

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7/7/2017 7:57 PM

Jbulz wrote:

Long sweeping corners, lots on banks in the turns so you can keep speed up, and some decent elevation change. No jumps right out of tight corners.

125 heaven

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

7/7/2017 8:38 PM

Southwick this weekend

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7/7/2017 8:39 PM

Are you building a track? I ride a 125, I am from Colorado, I should help you!

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Long Live the Idiocracy!

7/7/2017 9:45 PM

Jbulz wrote:

Long sweeping corners, lots on banks in the turns so you can keep speed up, and some decent elevation change. No jumps right out of tight corners.

125 heaven

BobPA wrote:

This

^^^ Yep.

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There's something happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear.

7/7/2017 10:09 PM

Bowl corners, small tables out of corners, tight rhythm sections, loamy flat corners, and flames bro.

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