Red Fox National Enduro

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4/17/2018 7:15 AM

I had the privilege of working traffic/ security for the national enduro Sunday. I have to give props to the event organizers as well as the riders. Everyone was extremely courteous to our small community and it was a pleasure for us to host this event. My supervisors all had similar insight and all spoke highly of the attitudes of the riders. It was defiantly a good look for the sport. Thanks for everyone who participated and we will gladly have the event back.

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2018 CRF250R

4/17/2018 7:32 AM

I was there too and agree 100%. The Red Fox group is top notch in my book; too bad the weather didn't cooperate though. Red Fox National Enduro Pics

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4/17/2018 7:38 AM

Mother Nature was definitely not the best to us this weekend. In the right conditions that place could have been a whole lot of fun. I hope to go back sometime and try it again.

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4/17/2018 7:43 AM

The Sunday morning rain was the worst. I rode section 5? I think on Friday and there were places with dust. Was a mud fest for sure.

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2018 CRF250R

4/17/2018 8:32 AM

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4/20/2018 2:30 PM

Hah, the race that shouldn't have been. sideways

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4/20/2018 3:40 PM

And these guys managed to keep their clutches working.

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4/20/2018 4:09 PM

endurox wrote:

And these guys managed to keep their clutches working.

It probably wasn’t quite as bad as Seattle. Duvall’s bike also smelled like it was pretty hot towards the end. Only difference being that he did more like 6 main events through the day.

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4/20/2018 5:16 PM

Stew Baylor is gnarly..

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4/20/2018 5:48 PM

I rode stages 1 and 2 today. Those trails are F'ed. It was dry today, but it was a tough go with all the dry hard ruts.

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2018 CRF250R

4/20/2018 6:02 PM

It'll take section 1 years to heal from that mess.

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4/20/2018 6:11 PM

Get your tillers out and fix it.

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4/21/2018 1:15 AM

the whole national enduro scene is like this. I am not any long term knowledgeable guy in this stuff. but we did a few over the years..... I think one year we did 6-7 of them. THe logistics they have to do to make an event like this work is a work of art. Local clubs working with a national promoter along with the local communities that open their arms to the process is pretty cool.

The first one we went to was in GA back 5 years ago now? I was totally amazed they has officers blocking the intersections for US to cross! people sitting on their porches watching the event, never rode enduros of anykind before that and being a moto dude for 40 years it made me aware of a whole new and fun sport.

not to mention the talent that is out there......

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