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ce_oH ce_oH
6/1/2018 2:09 PM

Traveling from Texas to Thunder Valley for first time. The track's website says no outside coolers or "beverages," but that information isn't reflected on the ProMotocross info. Any input from previous attendees?

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Track and Trail Track and Trail
6/1/2018 2:14 PM

Just put your cooler in a bag. I hear hoods work too

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mattyhamz2 mattyhamz2
6/1/2018 2:28 PM
Track and Trail wrote:

Just put your cooler in a ...more

or pants. Wear pants and taller socks. Beer cans fit right into your socks and the pants hide them well. Did both at A1 back in 2012. We got about 10 in with us haha

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plowboy plowboy
6/1/2018 4:02 PM

They always used to allow coolers. I've taken one in a few times. Unless things have changed drastically....they always run out of water or you have to stand in line for 20+ minutes to buy some. If it's beer you want to take in...and you aren't acclimated to the altitude and intense sun....you will be sorry. There is ABSOLUTELY no shade or escape (except for track tunnels). Best to do your drinking after the sun goes down. Just knowin'.

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