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Old 09-30-08, 12:08 PM   #1
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Steamroller at the track? (Kenosha)

I assume that this is fine? Obviously it's not pure track geometry, but on the other hand it's Kenosha, and from what I can tell it's pretty tame banking-wise compared to most of the other tracks. Just throw on some clipless pedals and take off the brake and I should be good to go, right?

Also does anybody know if they have a new racer clinic or anything like that at Kenosha? Their website is really old and the WCA site doesn't have much either.
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Should be ok as long as you have track dropouts and no quick releases on the wheels. Geometry/weight etc won't be an issue for learner races. A friend has done ok on a Soma Rush, which is iirc pretty similar.
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