Ryder D switching to off road?

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4/19/2021 11:29 AM

Just kidding...

But it is cool to see these up and coming kids try something else for training and to up their skills. Hymas did a WORCS race a few weeks back as well.

Side note: Brandy Richards is FAST she has been beating some seriously fast dudes all year, good for her!

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4/19/2021 11:53 AM

He's from Bakersfield, right? If so, Taft is a local race. A 2-hour non-stop local race lol.

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4/19/2021 12:28 PM

They always come back

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4/19/2021 3:15 PM

WORCS is a cross between MX and fast paced wide open trails.

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4/19/2021 4:04 PM

agn5008 wrote:

WORCS is a cross between MX and fast paced wide open trails.

You don't say....

Out here on the Best coast sometimes that's all we got to race on. Sorry it can't always be blown out wide open quad trails like the GNCCs that I'm sure you consider far superior. tongue

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4/19/2021 4:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/19/2021 4:47 PM

Looks like he's growing now, good stuff.

This kid is an absolute natural on a bike, I can't wait to see him and deegan battle.

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4/19/2021 4:59 PM

DrinkMoreWater wrote:

Looks like he's growing now, good stuff.

This kid is an absolute natural on a bike, I can't wait to see him and deegan ...more

They'll race when it's time.

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4/19/2021 5:46 PM

Its really cool to see these kids race something different. There is a fast kid Best who I see at a gncc every now and again. I think seeing these kids have to go race off-road to get any type of real race conditioning/experience on a rough course really shows how dead local moto is and how pointless it is in terms of building race craft and getting seat time.

Matter of fact this is getting me fired up about local racing. Might go start a thread.

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4/19/2021 5:52 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/19/2021 5:53 PM

agn5008 wrote:

WORCS is a cross between MX and fast paced wide open trails.

LungButter wrote:

You don't say....

Out here on the Best coast sometimes that's all we got to race on. Sorry it can't always be blown out wide ...more

Come race some ECEA,WYNOA, or local PA/NY harscrambles...quite a bit different than the open trail GNCC stuff. Hope you like rocks, ruts, and roots haha

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

4/19/2021 5:59 PM

We still need to race him when it’s time. Poor weege!

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4/19/2021 6:03 PM

BobPA wrote:

Come race some ECEA,WYNOA, or local PA/NY harscrambles...quite a bit different than the open trail GNCC stuff. Hope you like ...more

Hell yeah I do! We actually have a ton of that terrain in the Pacific Northwest but none of the big West Coast off road series really come up here much.

I think there is a West Hare Scramble at Hannegan Speedway this year, it's typically tight trails.

WORCS also races by Olympia WA from time to time, its in the tighter trees, more comparable to a GNCC than anything super tight though.

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4/19/2021 6:24 PM

agn5008 wrote:

WORCS is a cross between MX and fast paced wide open trails.

LungButter wrote:

You don't say....

Out here on the Best coast sometimes that's all we got to race on. Sorry it can't always be blown out wide ...more

Well, the GNCC series is certainly more off-road than WORCS. And I’m willing to bet it generates far more money, more factory riders, more overall racers, more exposure etc. I was simply pointing out that a WORCS race isn’t too far off MX type terrain. One thing I can guarantee you is the GNCC series absolutely does have better off-road riders. Anyways, there are series over here which have tight and more technical terrain. AWRCS, WYNOA, ECEA are all technical terrain.

I don’t know why people have to get offended when someone here states a fact.

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4/19/2021 6:44 PM
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East and West coasts have both produced amazing talents. If you can ride a dirt bike fast, you can learn to be fast anywhere. Years ago, Ty Davis came here and gave Randy Hawkins fits in the the tight woods. My god, he probably never saw a tree until he got here to the east coast.

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4/19/2021 7:29 PM

Sooo...He beat a girl in his backyard?ermm

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4/19/2021 7:35 PM

Tomac did some worcs racing a while ago. Damn Brandy is fast!

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4/19/2021 8:03 PM

That is a fun race, I've never had more fun than racing worcs. Cool to see

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4/19/2021 8:08 PM

agn5008 wrote:

Well, the GNCC series is certainly more off-road than WORCS. And I’m willing to bet it generates far more money, more factory ...more

I just didn’t really know what the point was of pointing it out?

Nobody is claiming WORCS is the most technical series around by any means but it’s certainly off-road. They have some of the roughest courses in the country.

As far as talent. I’d put Taylor Robert up there with any American in any series. He’s probably the most well rounded rider in the country. He’s winning WORCS and holding his own in the extreme series. Oh yeah, don’t forget his Six Days accolades.

Both coasts have bad asses for sure. I love following them all. I damn near shed a tear seeing Ricky Russell get back on the box this weekend after what he went through last year. I love that kid, my 5 year old sleeps in his RR Jersey a couple times a week.

Didn’t mean to start a pissing match!

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4/20/2021 7:07 AM

I want to say Eli raced a couple WORCS during his Geico days. Little excerpt in "Moto 1" or "Moto2"?

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4/20/2021 7:21 AM

agn5008 wrote:

WORCS is a cross between MX and fast paced wide open trails.

LungButter wrote:

You don't say....

Out here on the Best coast sometimes that's all we got to race on. Sorry it can't always be blown out wide ...more

BobPA wrote:

Come race some ECEA,WYNOA, or local PA/NY harscrambles...quite a bit different than the open trail GNCC stuff. Hope you like ...more

Bob- you in east/central? We have an AHRMA cross country event in Locust Gap this saturday. They're fun to check out even if you're not racing just to see the cool iron. Check AHRMA Mid Atlantic Cross Country on FB.

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4/20/2021 7:38 AM

Stuntman949 wrote:

I want to say Eli raced a couple WORCS during his Geico days. Little excerpt in "Moto 1" or "Moto2"?

He did a few on 85s as well, we parked next to them at the Phoenix Round in 2007-08ish

Sometime around that same year Alessi (maybe '06?) showed up and won the Havasu round when he was on KTM. Brett Metcalfe was there that day as well on a YOT bike.

If WORCS coulda ran the Taft round between SX and the Nationals I bet they woulda had quite a few more moto guys show up.

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