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Old 12-01-06, 10:47 AM
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Nationals

Whos going? Good god the masters 35 field is up to 210 riders. I will not be called up so I better get my ass to the start line.

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Old 12-04-06, 09:58 AM
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Also,

I've been trying to find a ride from Boston to RI for at least one day of the Nationals. Anybody have room in their car/van/truck? I have a lot of friends racing who I would like to support (not to mention that I'd like to see what I'm getting myself into next year) and I don't take up a lot of room.

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so... a Cat 4 state champ... would race in this where? Men's B?
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^^ You may want to contact the event for that. Usually mens B is cat 2/3. But if you are a state champ you should upgrade to B anyway and it wont be a problem. So register for mens B and then you are either under 35 or over 35 years old
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Yeah there is no C category, so it's probably B. Which means I'm going to get totally smoked. Oh, well. It'll be fun.
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JFMCKENNA - No need to get to the line early. It is staged. Go to bikereg and enter confirmed rider list. Then switch the box on the top left from "sort by name" to "date enetered". This will tell you your starting position.
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JFMCKENNA - No need to get to the line early. It is staged. Go to bikereg and enter confirmed rider list. Then switch the box on the top left from "sort by name" to "date enetered". This will tell you your starting position.
Yeah I realized that a bit after I posted. I think its by registration so I am near dead last on the start line

My goal will be to pass 100 people and get top 100
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