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Old 07-15-08, 02:41 PM
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Short Track Racing ZooBomb Style

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_vmAcgtm2c
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Old 07-16-08, 09:24 AM
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Good video,, I like it. Variety is the spice of life.
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hehe.. i love the tall bikes i'm sure you were the talk of the town.
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LeMans start? Everybody runs to their racer at the starting flag? Or just an eager bunch?
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Cool video. I never got a good look at the guy in the cape, but heard somebody mention Darth Vader- was that a Darth Vader outfit?
The side car was a neat idea.
I can identify with the unicyclist. One thing that's not obvious is that with a few extra tries, the person could quite likely ride up the slope okay. If they don't normally ride on a slope that steep, it can throw them.
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yes, LeMans start.
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wow thats pretty cool. i like the look of short track racing. anybody know where i can find some tracks near me ? i want to try it.
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this track is set up on the infield of the local motorspeedway, the paved track is also open to bikes at least once a week also. Zoobombers were invited as half time entertainment. check with your local bike racing org. to see if there's a track near you...this is a pretty new event, I think it attracts MTB riders and off-season cyclocross racers.
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our local pub crawl group does "pixie" (tiny kid's bikes) races in parking lots as part of the crawl. wotta blast!
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