Veteran MXoN Farleigh Castle

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8/31/2016 4:54 AM

This weekend the Veteran MXoN is ridden in Farleigh Castle. It's meant for oldtimers. Two main classes are EVO and Twin Shock. Some of the teams look very cool, like Great Britain and USA.

EVO-class

Great Britain
1 Neil Prince
2 Kurt Nicoll
3 James Dobb
4 Ryan Voase

USA
5 John Dowd
6 Todd De Hoop
7 Jeff Emig
8 Doug Dubach

Belgium
9 Sven Breugelmans
10 David Cools
11 Jürgen Van Nooten
12 Werner Dewit

Wales
17 Dai Smith
18 Shaun Copeman
19 Dai Deeley
20 Mark Jones

Canada
21 Sandy Loutitt
22 Robin Dohlman
23 David Halawell
24 Randy MacDonald

Munster Ireland
33 Mervyn Griffin
34 James Sinnott
35 Kenny Power
36 Garry Sullivan

Denmark
38 Flemming Vad
39 Ole Andersen
40 Ove Hansen
41 Peter Skov Larsen

Scotland
49 Gordon Morrison
50 Alan Reid
51 Paul Johnstone
52 Barry Gray

Netherlands
53 Thomas Adriaanse
54 Richard van Drooge
55 Martijn van der Veen
56 Bart van Dulmen

Northern Ireland
58 Gordon Crockard
59 Paul McGuire
60 Brian Jorgensen
61 Neil Thompson

South Africa
62 Grant Langston
63 Ryan Hunt
64 Andre David
65 Tony Riddell

Italy
66 Franco Ulivi
67 Gianni Gismondi
68 Frank Philippaerts
69 Crisitano Bonacina

Finland
70 Kurt Ljungqvist
71 Bengt Loutonen
72 Sami Backman

Switzerland
86 Charly Tonus
87 Yan Brot
88 Jean-Pierre Ducimetière

International Air Hammer Paul Cawsey
110 Dave Coupe
111 Rory O'Neill
112 Greg Crater
113 Rory Sullivan

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8/31/2016 5:10 AM

A very good line up this year, it's guna be awesome!

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8/31/2016 5:59 AM

Jon Barfoot is replacing Neil Prince for us i believe

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8/31/2016 6:05 AM

First time in years I'm having to miss it

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1. Get a good start
2. Don't crash

8/31/2016 6:11 AM

That is awesome! Thanks for posting this--had no idea it was going on!

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8/31/2016 6:41 AM

We're heading down there this weekend. One of the best weekends of the year. I'll try and take plenty of photos for those who can't make it

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8/31/2016 6:55 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2016 6:56 AM

Hopefully Tydog will post up some cool pics. Hell, he could start now from Scotland if he cared about us lesser ones....


edit:
I forgot this... bitch!


lol

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8/31/2016 7:04 AM

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

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8/31/2016 7:09 AM

hooper been riding and planning for this all year. good luck to everyone. can't wait to see pics.

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8/31/2016 7:23 AM

When did Brian Jorgensen become Northern Irish?

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8/31/2016 7:35 AM

John dowds been racing the 500 for a while now. USA USA USA

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8/31/2016 7:36 AM

He was actually christened Brianj O'rgensen .. Honest

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8/31/2016 7:45 AM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

Emig is now a Husky employee.

Must ride Husky.

Must ride bad ass Husky.

Rumored to have come from the Husqvarna museum.



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8/31/2016 8:33 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2016 8:34 AM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me



Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it
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8/31/2016 9:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2016 9:03 AM

My son Rory Sullivan is on the Air Hammers Team

His wife is there and will take a lot of pictures - as they show up I'll post them!!





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8/31/2016 9:54 AM

Rory O'Neil also known as the Honey Badger does some of our Mid West Vintage Races. A super great guy and Damn fast. Good luck to team International Air Hammer !!

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8/31/2016 10:32 AM

RG1 wrote:

We're heading down there this weekend. One of the best weekends of the year. I'll try and take plenty of photos for those who can't make it

sweet ... maybe we can catch up for a beer.

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8/31/2016 12:25 PM

Nor Cal pro Dave Coupe is also on the Air Hammer international team

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8/31/2016 12:37 PM






Daves been hauling the mail with style for decades.

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8/31/2016 1:12 PM

Just put the finishing touches to the bike for the weekend





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8/31/2016 1:13 PM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

RG1 wrote:

Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it

The upper bike,that cylinder and head looks different than what i raced,is it a euro one off or what?

But that frame and all,know it well.

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8/31/2016 1:14 PM

Doug Dubach's bike



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8/31/2016 1:21 PM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

RG1 wrote:

Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it

hillbilly wrote:

The upper bike,that cylinder and head looks different than what i raced,is it a euro one off or what?

But that frame and all,know it well.

I believe they are factory bikes out of the Husky museum. I don't know much about them to be honest. But there's a good chance they are the super special, money can't buy type

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8/31/2016 1:22 PM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

RG1 wrote:

Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it

hillbilly wrote:

The upper bike,that cylinder and head looks different than what i raced,is it a euro one off or what?

But that frame and all,know it well.

Looking at it again it has a white power shock,ohlins was stock and very good for that era, forks are correct.

I'd rather ride that bike than a kx any day,but that's just me.

Any pics of the other side?

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8/31/2016 1:24 PM

RG1 wrote:

Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it

hillbilly wrote:

The upper bike,that cylinder and head looks different than what i raced,is it a euro one off or what?

But that frame and all,know it well.

hillbilly wrote:

Looking at it again it has a white power shock,ohlins was stock and very good for that era, forks are correct.

I'd rather ride that bike than a kx any day,but that's just me.

Any pics of the other side?

That's all I've seen so far unfortunately. I'll do my best to get some close up photos over the weekend

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8/31/2016 1:46 PM



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8/31/2016 2:13 PM

Todd DeHoop came over early to get some testing in on the Big Dog (1983 CR 480 engined 1980 CR250) and the freshly finished EVO bike.



His EVO bike (1986 CR250) all stickered up!!



Here's the build thread for it if anyones interested.
http://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Old-School-Moto,22/1986-build,1266012


Dubachs twinshock bike... before I got the new numbers on!



Stevie

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8/31/2016 5:04 PM

Thanks RG1 , I'd like to see the engine up close. Those engines had no oil pump,the cam chain carried the oil to the top with a reed valve controlled dry sump. .

Mighty cool stuff in all those pics.

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8/31/2016 9:14 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2016 9:16 PM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Hell yeah, Fro is racing! They ride older bikes for the race? Refresh my memory. Be nice to see Fro on a 1992 YZ125. How he made that POS go so fast is beyond me

RG1 wrote:

Those are the bikes that Fro is racing this weekend. He was originally going to be riding a KX500 but unfortunately his brand embassador deal with Husky means he can no longer do it, which is a shame. But it will be awesome to see him there nevertheless, I'm sure he'll make those Husqvarna's rip

Edit: Newmann beat me to it

good thing he isn't riding a 86 Husky 510Te as there would be an uproar....it has twin pipes

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Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
Adventure/Road bike: CRF1000L

8/31/2016 9:18 PM

Now 2 strokes fans, THIS would be the races to watch!!!!

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Current rides: 2020 CRF450RWE and 2019 TC300
Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
Adventure/Road bike: CRF1000L