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Old 02-20-06, 11:07 AM
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BitterCoconut
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I agree with Danno and roadbuzz. Start with the slowest class to see how you do. You will quickly see if you need to advance to the next class. Lots of times I have noticed that the actual speeds aren't accurate. You will have some riders that are actually faster and some that are slower that are in certain classes. The faster riders in the groups will push the slower riders to improve simply by riding faster and the slower riders improve quickly. I think it's a win/win situation. Just go out and have fun!
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