Excellent spa day! Several of the regulars there, plus some friends from Alabama dropped in, and we picked up a few new attendees as well! It was a fun group, and we laughed and rode and laughed some more. As usual, we had a fabulous time together. I am already looking forward to the next Spa Day.
I wasn't able to join them until after lunch - had a sick dog at home (all better now), but still had a great time. We went on the little MX track - MX3 and worked on corners and ruts and getting traction where it's a bit slick. Then we moved to the big track - and I do mean big! MX2 and the "old" MX3 that has been closed for a while have now been combined into one big, flowing track. I don't typically ride on the track, but thoroughly enjoyed myself yesterday. I think I might have to get out there again next time and play again...there's one downhill jump where I haven't worked up the nerve to gas it, and I'm landing on the flat spot before the landing ramp...yep, right there in the worst spot that is rutted up! Thought I was gonna' lose it one time.- said a pretty interesting stream of profanities before, during and after that landing!
Guess you only get better when you have something to work toward, right?!?
Paul and Matt - you guys make a good team. I see lots of great things coming! Thanks so much for yesterday! And thanks to Tony, who is always there to help, coach and cheer as well. It just means the world to us for you guys to take the time to help us become better riders!
_________________ Dixie - "Have you seen these yet?" '12 KTM 250 XC+ #114 '08 Beta Rev3 125
Had a blast at Spa Day! Thanks Paul and Tony for all your time and instruction to help us improve our riding. Enjoyed meeting all the riders that joined us and hope you all can make the next one. It was really nice to have a big group of riders again and get a chance to catch up with everyone since the last Spa Day.
Enjoyed riding the old Mx track up top, forgot how much fun it offers!
_________________ “I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection." Thomas Pain (1737-1809) British-American Writer
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