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The Prez Say’s
FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS Behind the Scenes Our H/S season has finally started with the first visit to the Bartow property hosted by CFTR. It was still a little warm and humid but the atmosphere was exciting and everyone was happy to be out of the daily grind. Being the first HS of the season you could expect a larger than normal crowd but somebody must have put the word out that there was a race going on as the weekend riders topped well over 800! With that being said, the sign up line at FTR was overwhelming and the events had to be postponed for an hour as to get everyone signed up. CFTR handled their end promptly led by one of our seasoned club coordinators Elesa Berard and everyone got signed up in time for practice. Ftr’s sign up crew was wide open with processing new memberships, renewals’, transponders, class changes, number changes and answering questions from new members as I asked if there was anything I could do to help and somebody said, just stand back out of the way. Yes Ma’m I certainly will and Elvis quietly left the building! LOL As the weekend came to a close, I would like to commend CFTR in doing a super job on the weekend. From a very well run program to their great course that had it all, well done! Hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did and it was great seeing everyone again. I didn’t get attend the DDR event as I was at the other Bartow property getting our event ready but did here some real nice compliments on their event also. I was also glad DDR got their event in as they have had some tough breaks with the weather and having to reschedule. I certainly can relate to that situation as in the past we have had to postpone several times. These events take a tremendous amount of time from the club members as you basically give up every weekend for months preparing and there’s no easy date to pick to get it done. I can certainly relate to both of these
clubs, especially CFTR as this summer has been brutally hot as they probably started work at the beginning of August. ACMC will probably be in the books as this gets published and I’m sure they can relate also as to what it takes to have a weekend of racers showing up. Any of our events takes a huge amount of work from the clubs driving the first stake to all the volunteers handling the weekend events. Along with our enduros, these events just don’t happen but I have said it before, FTR events are a well recognized, best organized and one of the premier organizations across the U.S. and all thanks to clubs that have members that bleeds off road and motorcycles. Whether you just ride, wrench on or race a motorcycle, you are a part of a great sport that has some of the best people on the planet called family. Be proud, positive and stay active in our sport and it will strive.
We were two weeks from our race date, the scheduled first race of the season. The courses were laid out, the camping area mowed; only minor reroutes or repairs to be completed. We were ready to race. And then the rains came… again. In two days our dry, “race-ready” property had turned into a swamp. The Peewee course was ready for jet skis, the camping area accessible if you had floats on you vehicle. God’s plan is not always our plan. There is a saying, “man plans; God laughs.” When “things” happen, we forget we have a choice in how to deal with them. We are told to pray for patience. It usually goes something like this:” Lord give me patience and give it to me now! That’s not exactly what God had in mind. Lamentations 3:25-27 says, “God proves to be good to the man who passionately waits, to the woman who diligently seeks. It’s a good thing to quietly hope, quietly hope for help from God.” And there’s the choice. I can get frustrated, angry, or just give up or I can trust God that His plan, though I don’t understand
it at the time, is the best course of action and I will wait and quietly hope for His help whether it’s dry land for a race or family, work or health issues. He is God, if we pray and wait with quiet hope, He will respond and is such a way that we will know it came from Him. Remember, we’re His kids and He loves us so much that He sent Jesus to pay the price for our mess ups and mistakes (our sins). So, keep the quiet hope and passionately wait. He’s listening and loving us the whole time. “The Good Race” joy service is every Saturday night from 7:30 to 7:45 pm at the CMA tent on vendor’s row. We hope to see you there! Blessings on and off the road, Jim and Betty Edleston CMA
Thanks for listening, Randy
Starting Line to Checkered Flag… “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7
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Around The Pits Yamaha Motor Corporation USA Begins Move Out Of California From Motorcycle.Com â€“ October 1, 2018 â€“ Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. (YMUS) today announces the grand opening of its newest corporate office in Marietta, Georgia. This expansion is facilitated by the healthy growth of several of its key business units. This new Marietta addition to the corporate footprint will soon house most of the Motorsports Group in one convenient location, unifying the sales and marketing operations for Motorcycle, ATV, Side-by-Side, Snowmobiles, Accessories, Parts and Service. Marietta will also be home to the wholesale finance operations and retail finance branch of Yamaha Financial Services (YMFUS) as well as the growing Intelligent Machinery group, which markets Surface Mount Technology (SMT) machines, that is part of the Commercial Sales and Solutions Group. Read more at Motorcycle.Com
Bryanne Parks helps her long time FTR friend, Joshua Jeffrey get ready to start at the Snowshoe GNCC.
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Jackson Parks is here supporting his FTR pal, Cole Tucker on a foggy West Virginia morning.
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Gavin's WRMC 2-Man/4-Hour HareScramble
ood day to all, I am Gavin Flanigan I race 200A in the FTR series. I recently made a trip to northeast Ohio for my brother Brennan’s wedding. (I was a groomsman.) When Planning for this wedding I saw on the schedule that our club (DDR) was putting on that weekends race. I was kind of bummed to miss it. My brother told me there was a 2 man 4 hour race on the Sunday after the wedding, I told my Dad and he said, “Well it looks like we are hauling the bike up then so, better find a partner.” So, I called my Buddy from Ohio and he hooked me up with a fellow GNCC racer Tanner Curfman. The Race was held at Western Reserve M/C club in Salem Ohio where I was born and raised for 10 years before moving to Florida. It is so nice up there for this time of year. Not so darn Hot. When we pulled in to the race at 9 am my Dad and I were kind of lost, as I guess you need to go to a few there to get the idea of what and where to go. As my Dad was tweaking a few things on the bike I went to find my partner and figure out where the pits were going to be, so we knew where we would switch off. Tanner's Dad, Chris, was super helpful in getting us familiar with the days event. Oh yeah thanks for the spark plug Chris. As there were no venders at this race, not use to that. Dad got the bike running just in time for the start of the race. I was going to be starting the race, dead engine start, no lemans start. I Started in 2nd out of 9 riders in my class 125-200. The course was about 6 miles a lap, and let me tell you, it started out nice for the first lap or 2, then the mud came big time. I forgot how slippery Ohio wet Clay can be. I could not get any traction after my first leg. Tanner and I switched off every 3 laps, I have to say I was not a fan of that, since I am used to racing 2 hours. Getting off the bike and sitting for 40 min waiting kind of sucks. Tanner and I had the lead going into my last leg by 1min, 20 seconds with my last 2 laps to go. I told myself to ride smooth and smart and the last thing Tanner said to me was pick good lines, so that’s what I tried to do. On my last lap I got stuck in a narley mud hole and saw what I thought was 2nd place passing me, I calmed down and got my bike out and pushed hard to the finish, When I got to the pits where I saw my Dad, his last words as I was heading out was “Don’t lose the Lead”. When I saw him I was so disappointed that I thought I lost the race, Dad came up to me and said well how did you do? I answered I got passed I think we got 2nd. Well Tanners Dad came up to me and said 2nd place got stuck for 2 laps and he just got out that’s when I saw him pass me, So I was in the lead the whole time. What a relief. As we went to check the scores we saw that we did in fact win our class by 2 laps. There were many races that quit and pulled off the course, there were a lot of classes as well, but nothing like The FTR races. FTR definitely has one of the best organized race series in the country, I think only out done by GNCC. This was a fun and challenging race, but nothing as put together as an FTR race. They tried to give Tanner and I tee shirts for winning, But you Know My Dad he was not having that, we drove 15 hours and 1000 miles, he was not letting that happen, so they had us turn in our tee shirts and they gave us 1rst place
trophies instead, and my Dad bought a tee shirt, lol. The gate fee was $10 dollars a head to get in and only $30 a racer or $60 a team, not bad, but you had not venders or rider support there. So that was a little disappointing. It was not an AMA race, from what I herd this was the 42nd Annual 2 Man 4Hour race held there. Might be something for FTR to look into as a non-points race to do for fun. There was a father son class, a money class, a 2-stroke class, a 4-stroke class, plus more. Just an idea? The best part of the race was seeing all my old friends and family, thank you all for coming out and cheering us on, I loved every second of it. The worst Part was the race ending and having to leave. I had a blast and my grandparents got to watch me do what I love to do, and WIN!!! I would like to Thank everyone that helps me out doing what I love, Lectron Fuel Systems, Body Armor Super Drink, Ormond Out Post, Level 10 Performance, Streamline Hotel, TF Suspension, Thor MX, Ultra Sports Apparel, my girlfriend Hannah Grzech, my Mom, and my Dad for doing all the maintenance on my bike and spending endless money and time in the garage getting ready for the next race. I love and thank you all.
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6 TRAINING TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR LAP TIMES with Coach Robb
iding fast (and for a long period of time) is within your reach—it's not just for the genetically gifted or factory riders. Many times, the simple things hold you back: quality/quantity of sleep, food, hydration, mental outlook, proper warm up and preparation to name a few. It goes without saying - you must put in quality training (both on and off the track) to develop speed. However, many racers are surprised to learn that what they do off the track makes a big difference regarding how fast they go on the track. Use these six simple training strategies to improve your lap times. #1 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Sport Specificity You won't become a faster racer by climbing rocks. As a racer, sport specific speed and efficiency requires two elements. First, the pattern of joint and muscle coordination must be specific to your racing. Second, you need to make sure that you are subjecting your body to the exact conditions and effort levels that you will experience on race day. Through a year-long performance program that is based on the scientific overload principle, an athlete will move his or her level of speed and endurance to the next level incrementally from week to week and month to month. #2 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Work Smart, Not Hard Make the most of every workout by working out with a purpose. Before you embark on a training program (both on and off the track), establish 3, 6 and 12-month goals to help keep you focused when the physical training becomes difficult. If necessary, consult with an online program or human performance coach (not an ex-mechanic!) to design a program that includes strength, flexibility, nutrition and mental development elements to maximize your training results in the shortest period of time. Your training plan should focus on quality, rather than quantity. High-quality training is specific to your goals and available amount of time to train. Training beyond what is necessary will wear you down both mentally and physically. # 3 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Vary Your Lap Times & Training Intensities Riding the same pace day after day creates a “speed rut”. Vary your riding durations and intensity levels regularly to become a stronger, faster racer. Include skills/drills, negative split intervals, heart rate ladders, long motos and short sprint intervals throughout the week of riding. Your body will adapt to the various demands associated with these workout durations and intensity levels leaving you fresh for key races. #4 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Eat Right The only way your body is going to be handle higher rates of speed is if your body has the necessary fuel to grow and adapt to the stress you submit your body to. The necessary elements are simple: fresh fruits, vegetables and lean sources of protein. The fruits and vegetables provide your body the vitamins and minerals
necessary for your overall health; an additional benefit is the high water content – this helps hydrate your body from the inside out. The lean protein provides your body the amino acids necessary to rebuild the muscle tissue that you have torn down in training and racing. # 5 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Sleep more When you look at the busy schedules that racers keep, sleep is usually bounced around by either going to bed late or getting up early. This pattern of sleep deprivation eventually leads to a drop in performance, feelings of depression and frustration with training and life in general. Cutting sleep short will eventually undermine all of your fitness and race speed because during sleep, the body releases growth hormones that repair damaged tissue resulting from the stress of training. As you increase the amount of either intensity or duration, the amount of sleep must also increase accordingly to maintain balance within the body. Ideally we are looking for 8 to 10 hours of sleep a night for optimum performance on the track. # 6 Way to Improve Your Lap Times: Warm Up Sufficiently Riders frequently comment that they feel better at the end of a race than they do at the beginning (ironically lap times validate this feeling). The reason for this is because the body has reached an optimum performance level within both the muscle tissue and the internal systems that deliver oxygen to the working muscles and remove the metabolic waste created in the energy producing cycle (i.e. lactic acid). By warming up for 5-10 minutes with a Concept 2 rower, bicycle or a jump rope will get the blood flowing into your arms and legs along with raise your heart rate and your internal body temperature. This will keep you from using the first few laps of your race to warm the body up. Coach Robb has been working with riders & racers since 1987 and is the founder of the Complete Racing Solutions Performance Program, the Mental Blueprint of Success, MotoE Amateur Development Program, MotoE Educational Series & Nutritionally Green Supplements based out Orlando Florida.
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2018 Peace River Hare Scramble
The 2018-2019 Florida Trail Riders Hare Scramble season got underway with the Central Florida Trail Riders organizing another fantastic event with the running of the 2018 Peace River Hare Scramble in beautiful Bartow, Florida. It became very clear right away how pumped up everyone was as there were over 800 entries. Scott Gawler Jr took the AA and Overall win in a very fast bike class that saw the return to the woods of Garrett Edmisten. Brandon Frazier was the fastest Quad on the course as he took his first win of the season. Great job to everyone at CFTR and FTR for putting on another successful event and showing the best organization in the sport.
PeeWee B racers Reid Swanbom and Kody Masterson.
Mini A racer Jimmy Moore racing to a third place finish
Mini A racer Payton Willis
PeeWee B racer Gavin Pepin
PeeWee B racer Ryder Voltaire from Valkaria, Fl
AA racer Landon Lynn took a hard fought second place.
AA racer Scott Gawler Jr gave it all to pull out the class and overall win.
Garrett Edmisten was back in action and raced to a AA third place aboard his Suzuki.
A Open racer Cody Thomas cruised in for the class win.
A 200 Racer Josh Tolken
Mini A racer Gunner Williams
Mini B racer Rylan Turner
EVO A racer Chandler Hill
2018 CFTR Peace River Hare Scramble Podium Results 1 23GB David Morrell Sr 1 79RA Kyle McAfee
65 GIRLS 1 321GG Nevaeh Grzech 2 13GG Cecelia Peroni 3 308GG Sara Golden 65A 1 15GA Tyler Lamb 2 531GA Ben Lemanski 65B 1 5GB Jake Mitchell 2 199GB Cody Cox 3 21GB Jose Becerra 65C 1 130GC Shane Watkins 2 199GC Wyatt Wright 3 219GC Bruno Camilo A 200 1 26KA Gage Hunter 2 403KA Josh Tolken 3 102KA Jack Chambers A 250 1 30GA Alex Lugar 2 59GA Logan Garcia 3 27GA Kyle Boyle A OPEN 1 112YA Cody Thomas 2 20YA Alex Spade 3 123YA Fernando Davila AA 1 91AA Scott Gawler Jr. 2 15AA Landon Lynn 3 217AA Garrett Edmisten B 200 1 114KB Ben Wilson 2 26KB Jason Croley 3 626KB Kristofer Fileger B 250 1 254GB Carlos Pellitero 2 7GB Chad Fizer 3 124GB Travis Berry B OPEN 1 61YB William Kattenhorn 2 772YB George Moulton 3 525YB Steven Oliveri BEGINNERS 1 32W Chris Horton 2 24W Allen Clark 3 369W Craig Bryant C 200 1 777KC Jacob Olivier 2 332KC Will Tucker 3 925KC Jesse Heidenthal C 250 1 43GC Adam Lutz 2 500GC Frank Evans 3 127GC Joseph Forcino Sr C OPEN 1 30YC Stuart Dickson 2 23YC Corey Pierce 3 413YC Joshua Watson CLASS 66 1 22KX Calvin Smith 2 31KX Roland Lyons 3 74KX Thomas Missimer EVO A 1 97YA Dave Steindl 2 45YA Chandler Hill EVO B DNF 79YB Matias Larsen EVO SEN A 1 21GA Jerry Curtis 2 241GA Doug Matheny EVO SEN B
2 370GB Patrick Franklin 3 27GB Miguel Marquez GOLD MAS A 1 5KA Coy Hopson 2 115KA Mark Bordelon 3 47KA Glen Mobbs GOLD MAS B 1 46KB Edward Lis 2 166KB John Smolinka 3 21KB David Wilsey JR GIRLS 1 95KG Zoee Grzech 2 111KG Evelina Peroni 3 52KG Kayla Cone JUNIOR A 1 9KA Jacob Berard 2 131KA Franco Ferreryra 3 7KA Trevor Riley JUNIOR B 1 279KB Ethan McAfee 2 17KB Collin Fennelly 3 612KB Cole Pierce JUNIOR C 1 494KC Walker Holmes 2 133KC Nathan Feagley 3 143KC Pyke Dawson MASTER A 1 28BA Scott Curtis 2 266BA Giuseppe Gambacurta 3 68BA Todd Artimovich MASTER B 1 24BB David McArthur 2 757BB George Castillo 3 263BB Virgil King MASTER C 1 53BC Joe Winkler 2 25BC Kevin Hill 3 169BC Jaroslan Komprda MINI A 1 74WA Gage Pepin 2 38WA Korbin Dinkel 3 148WA Jimmy Moore MINI B 1 501WB Lincoln Holmes 2 5WB Camren Mason 3 115WB Rylan Turner MINI C 1 16WC Clayton Browning 2 379WC Austin McAfee 3 121WC Blake Sands MINI GIRLS 1 303WG Brianna Collins 2 929WG Zoe Yahraus 3 34WG Julia Couto PEEWEE A 1 830WA Ryan Keane 2 88WA Austin Mancuso 3 816WA Trent Lloyd PEEWEE B 1 831WB Austin Lanier 2 20WB Kody Masterson 3 28WB Evan Watkins PEEWEE C 1 528WC James Umstead 2 10WC AJ Friedland 3 45WC Liam OSteen PLUS 30 1 416W Clay Lyons 2 742W Kasey Moore 3 150W William Sharff PRE-MOD A
2 115RA Landon Lynn 3 17RA Dustin Morgan PRE-MOD B 1 772RB George Moulton 2 111RB Douglas Watson 3 500RB Corey Pierce SENIOR A 1 168GA Jon McCabe 2 27GA Barry McCarty SENIOR B 1 78GB Caio Silva 2 803GB Saulo Duarte 3 521GB Chris McGuckin SENIOR C 1 327GC Brandon Brinkman 2 46GC Thiago Pereira 3 904GC Shane Jackson SIL MAST A 1 21SA Jerry Curtis 2 42SA Carlos Allen III 3 321SA DAVID P HILL SIL MAST B 1 40SB Scott Fischer 2 9SB John Smulan 3 181SB Tracy Kulaga SPORTSMN 1 1 68B Stefan Still 2 548B Troy Smith 3 477B Mario Norris OD SPORTSMN 2 1 25BX Curtis Bell 2 3BX Jason Sessions 3 907BX Michael Rewis SUP SEN A 1 38WA Aaron Lockwood 2 34WA Chad Hunter 3 37WA Guillermo Rinaldi SUP SEN B 1 123WB Mike Zabarac 2 20WB Tim Koehler 3 206WB Brad Bowen SUP SEN C 1 68WC Lance Fagan 2 65WC Todd Mitchell 3 6WC Frank Geremia VETERAN A 1 79RA Kyle McAfee 2 13RA Matt Lyons 3 25RA Justin Moraine VETERAN B 1 71RB Joel Rivera 2 85RB Joey Cancio-Bello 3 40RB Ronald Saldanha VETERAN C 1 611RC William Wardlow 2 173RC Eli Geske 3 20RC Christian Ferreyra VINTAGE 1 5WV Kevin Hodge 2 7WV Craig Borders 3 88WV Chris Swanbom WOMEN A 1 28YA Kelsey Saltar 2 35YA Julia Cone 3 10YA Emma Chambers WOMEN B 1 321YB Amanda Butts 2 12YB Jessie Cox 3 17YB Tyla Faby WOMEN VET 1 18YV Jenni Lamb
Quad Super PW A racer Austin Wilson Quad Super PW A racer Dylan Gage
Quad Super PW A racer Kaleb Wilson
Quad Super PW A racer Avery Collins scores the first win of the 2018 season
Quad Super PW B racer JT Chastain gets a great start and the win!
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Quad AA racer Brandon Frazier pulled out his first win of the season.
Quad AA racer Michael Relyea was pushing hard.
Quad A racer Nathan Johnson off to a wheelie good start.
Quad A racer Alan Ferritto pushed on to a 3rd place.
2018 CFTR Peace River Quad Hare Scramble Podium Results
QD B OPEN 1 187WB Dominick Ferritto 2 529WB Jorge Garcia 3 332WB Jose Alarcon QD C OPEN 1 518WC Joseph Ponte 2 19WC Michael Davis 3 822WC Udbaldo Roque QD PLUS 30 1 77R Angel Berrios 2 22R Ricardo Santini 3 828R Tony Edwards QD SUP PWA 1 345GA Avery Collins 2 815GA Colt Jenkins 3 702GA Kaleb Wilson QD SUP PWB 1 36GB JT Chastain 2 207GB Kaden Wilson 3 12GB Matthew Boggs QD SUP SR 1 86KX Luis M Rodriguez 2 5KX Thomas West
QD UTI OPN 1 21WX Jason Lyons 2 5WX Michael Parks 3 345WX Nathan Collins QD WOM VET 1 9BV Mindi Plankey 2 24BV Barbara Rajala 3 4BV Alison Davenport QUAD A 1 9WA John Plankey 2 16WA David Racer 3 177WA Alan Ferritto QUAD AA 1 784AA Brandon Frazier 2 47AA Cody Ellison 3 63AA Jimmy Tyson IV QUAD JR 1 200W Mikayla Hayes 2 2W Beau Swann 3 140W Justin Bartlett QUAD MAST 1 251G Michael Terango 2 1G Steve Johnson
Michael Parks gives the thumbs up to a 2nd place in Quad Utility Open.
3 3G Robert Novak QUAD PWB 1 6WB Brayden Gage 2 345WB Beau Collins QUAD SM 1 90S Benjamin Kelly 2 31S Nathan Cole 3 777S Keith Knauss QUAD SR 1 94K Michael Wormood 2 200K James Hayes 3 177K Carlos Ortiz QUAD VET 1 412RV Joshua Loudermilk 2 218RV Derek Lovell 3 282RV James Gallo QUAD WOMEN 1 321B Bryanne Parks 2 907B Chloe Solomon
Quad B Open racer Wesley Keene on the gas!
FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS OFFICIAL BUSINESS Hare Scrambles committee meeting 9/29/18 Location CFTR HS Bartow FL •New business Proposal by Mark Bordelon. Consolidate EVO classes into just EVO A and EVO Sr B Second Pete Rose- Vote 0 for 16 against- Motion dose not pass •Motion by Pete Rose -Currently sportsman number plates are blue with either black or white numbers Change to blue plates with white numbers-Second Shaun Foutch-Vote 16 for 0 against -Motion passes •Discussion about mini sportsman/beginner classes was held primarily to form non-championship classes where young riders could give racing a try on bikes that were not necessarily designed as race bikes to give it a try-Proposal forthcoming.
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Azaela City Dirt Riders
Sarasota Area Dirt Riders
Out of State
River City Dirt Riders
Old School Dirt Riders
Punta Gorda, Fl
Suncoast Trail Riders
River City Dirt Riders
Palm Beach Tracks and Trails
Central Florida Trail Riders
Big Scrub Trail Riders
Out of State
DDR Alligator Enduro
Treasure Coast Trail Riders
Indian Town, Fl
Nature Coast Trail Riders
Dade City, Fl
Apollo Motorcycle Club
HS Rain Date
Apollo Motorcycle Club
HS Rain Date
HS Rain Date
Out of State • Scott Gawler Jr OA Croom, Fl •Garrett Edmisten OA