HS 6 & 7 REVIEW 20/20 MX PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT & MORE
FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS
TABLE OF CONTENTS AREA DIRECTORS & CLUB INFO 4 WHO TO CONTACT 5 EDITOR’S NOTE 7 ON THE COVER 7 PREZ SAYS 9 CHAPLAIN’S CORNER 11 WHAT’S NEW? 12 BLAST FROM THE PAST 13 COYOTE REVENGE RACE REVIEW 14 PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT 17 SNAKE RIVER PHOTO REPORT 18 PIT DOG OF THE MONTH 21 CLUB CORNER 22 CATCHING UP: JESSLYNN CABAN 24 QUESTIONS FROM THE FIELD 25 2020 2021 EVENT SCHEDULE 30
Photos in this issue provided by: Tyler Miller FEBRUARY 2021
AREA DIRECTORS & CLUB INFO
AREA DIRECTORS AREA #1 - Out-of-State, Panhandle Don St. John (912) 674-9786 email@example.com AREA #2 - Hamilton, Suwannee, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Nassau, Duval, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns Robert Butts (386) 937-5856 firstname.lastname@example.org AREA #3 - Gilchrist, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Citrus, Sumter, Lake Wiliam Toreki (352) 372-1135 email@example.com AREA #4 - Flagler, Volusia Joe Carrasquillo (386) 295-8428 firstname.lastname@example.org AREA #5 - Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, West Hillsborough Shane Hitz (747) 213-4399 email@example.com AREA #6 - East Hillsborough, Polk Jerry Curtis (813) 917-9885 firstname.lastname@example.org
AREA #7 - Seminola, Osceola, Orange
Jason Ennis (321) 615-8227 jason.ennis@mypowersports. net AREA #8 - Brevard, Indian River Sam Boydstun (407) 467-3951 email@example.com AREA #9 - Manatee, Sarasota, Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands Ron Thomas (941) 232-9562 firstname.lastname@example.org AREA #10 - Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin Ken Harris (772) 370-4434 email@example.com AREA #11 - Charlotte, Lee, Glades, Hendry, Collier Rick Miller (239) 707-5504 firstname.lastname@example.org AREA #12 - Palm Beach Kyle McAfee (561) 722-1318 email@example.com AREA #13 - Borward, Dade, Monroe Billy Cone (954) 347-4605 firstname.lastname@example.org
Apollo M/C Mark Bordelon (321) 794-0993 email@example.com
Palm Beach Track & Trail Randy Rash (954) 931-5709 firstname.lastname@example.org
Azalea City M/C Gary Wyatt (386) 684-2698 email@example.com
Perry Mountain M/C Brad Belcher (205) 340-4298 firstname.lastname@example.org
Big O Trail Riders Derek Tremain (863) 634-8183 email@example.com Big Scrub Trail Riders Curtis Bell (386) 679-8201 firstname.lastname@example.org Central Florida Trail Riders Elesa Berard (407) 376-7115 email@example.com Columbia Enduro Riders Ricky Dennis (803) 786-0051 firstname.lastname@example.org Daytona Dirt Riders Steve Maher (386) 615-0722 email@example.com Family Riders, Inc. Johnny Thomas (843) 553-1463 firstname.lastname@example.org Greenville Enduro Riders Chris Poole (864) 617-4342 info@greenvilleenduroriders. com Nature Coast Trail Blazers Rob Swann (813) 731-5552 email@example.com Old School Dirt Riders Ben Kelly (941) 650-1473 firstname.lastname@example.org
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River City Dirt Riders James Benton (904) 589-0093 email@example.com Sarasota Area Dirt Riders Randy Faul (863) 244-3709 firstname.lastname@example.org Southeast Florida Trail Riders Frank Campbell (561) 689-8578 email@example.com Sumter Enduro Riders Johnny McCoy (803) 481-5169 firstname.lastname@example.org Suncoast Trail Blazers Scott Doerr (352) 238-0337 email@example.com Sunrunners Dirt Riders Ernest Burkett (863) 712-2600 firstname.lastname@example.org Tallahassee Trail Riders Mikey Rainey (350) 591-5386 trailriderstallahassee@gmail. com Treasure Coast Trail Riders Luis M Rodriguez (772) 801-9777 email@example.com
WHO TO CONTACT OFFICERS
PRESIDENT Randy Faul (863) 244-3709 firstname.lastname@example.org VICE PRESIDENT Pete Rose (941) 270-1189 email@example.com SECRETARY Kelsey Saltar (386) 315-4713 firstname.lastname@example.org TREASURER Angel Mendez (407) 234-4987 email@example.com HARE SCRAMBLE CHAIRMAN Randy Rash (954) 931-5709 firstname.lastname@example.org
ENDURO CHAIRMAN George Tolson (863) 698-3837 email@example.com HARE SCRAMBLE REFEREE Dan Aitken (407) 461-8595 firstname.lastname@example.org ENDURO REFEREE Glenn Hunt (678) 231-4100 email@example.com
BUSINESS MANAGER Darlene Riggs (352) 538-6291 firstname.lastname@example.org
AA/A ENDURO Don Chriss (407) 694-5614 email@example.com B/C ENDURO Sam Boydstun (407) 467-3951 firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIALTY A/B ENDURO Peter Magee (352) 472-6932 email@example.com SPECIALTY C/WOMEN ENDURO Jimmy Pitts (321) 234-5086 AA/A HARE SCRAMBLE Timothy Campbell (561) 723-4370 firstname.lastname@example.org
B/C HARE SCRAMBLE Ryan McCarthy (941) 234-5086 email@example.com SPECIALTY A/B HARE SCRAMBLE Danny Kittell (727) 244-7299 firstname.lastname@example.org SPECIALTY C/WOMEN HARE SCRAMBLE Kerri Chambers (863) 956-9140 email@example.com SATURDAY CLASSES HARE SCRAMBLE Kurt Lucas (786) 385-7771 firstname.lastname@example.org SATURDAY CLASSES HARE SCRAMBLE Pete Rose (941) 270-1189 email@example.com PAGE 5
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ON THE COVER JessLynn Caban has been mixing it up with the boys in the Mini B class all season. I decided to catch up with the Lakeland native to learn more about how she got into riding and what her goals are for the year. Turn to page 24 to read more. Photo by Mariah Lacy
EDITOR’S NOTE Can you believe we are already halfway done with the season? I know I can’t. It has been an unreal season for FTR with historic numbers across the board I have seen a lot of new, and old, faces at the races and I hope we can keep this going throughout the season. One thing that I wanted to touch on is the clubs that make up FTR. With FTR numbers continuing to grow our clubs need to grow as well. None of this would be possible without the hardwork and dedication that each club, and its members, put into each event. Photo by Tyler Miller
Our wonderful Business FEBRUARY 2021
Manager, Darlene Riggs, has decided to create a segment in the magazine called “Club Corner” where she will highlight the individual clubs in FTR and give insight on what these clubs actually do, and how to join them. I am also working on an article that will go into detail on what goes into putting on a Hare Scramble event. You can expect to see that in the March issue. Thanks for reading! Kurt Lucas FTR Magazine Editor ftreditor@floridatrailriders. org
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stellar events coming up with the “Southern Swing “ part of the series and then we head back up the state with some events that didn’t get to go last year.
Pulling a Tearoff As we move into the New Year with hopes of getting somewhat back to normal, we still are reminded that we have a ways to go. We are so very fortunate we are able to continue with our events with very little interruption that sometimes we start taking things for granted. As I write this, the reality hit as we had to postpone one of our oldest, if not the oldest running event in FTR history, the Richloam Enduro hosted by CFTR. As our hopes were high that the Forestry Department would issue a permit, they had different ideas and told us to come back later and re-apply. As we roll into the second half of our season, our fingers are crossed that we continue on schedule and are able to complete our series without any cancellations. We have some
Making all of this happen takes an unreal amount of time from our clubs and volunteers with weekends and months sacrificed to allow all of us to come enjoy our sport and hang out with our family. We have an excellent organization that is proud, consistent and dedicated to provide riding opportunities for everyone that from the littlest to the oldest that wants to experience the off-road world. Along with offering all of this, the opportunity for change and improvement can come from anyone. Moving forward with positive thinking with ideas to make our organization solid, strong and keep the vision of promoting our sport is just a few things that keep FTR one of the best role model organizations out there. Staying positive and looking to make changes for the betterment of the members and FTR is always front and center. We have members and officials coming up with ideas and proposals to make our weekends the best they can be and to improve the workings of both FTR and the clubs. We have a dedicated member that is giving up a tremendous amount of time coming up with ideas
and possibilities to improve our scheduling and efficiency by presenting them so the entire world can see. Whether you agree, disagree or you have ideas to add to his proposals, do so with respect and professionalism. We all have opinions on how we think something should be done, how you convey those opinions is what is important, especially on a social media outlet where everyone is an expert and the entire world forms an opinion on our organization. Keep it cool and keep it positive. I would like to thank all of those who put their name in the hat for an Area Director position, Kelsey for stepping up and handling the secretary position, and to Kyle for volunteering to come back on as a member of the EC. Also to the rest of the members of all the committees in FTR that devote their time and effort to make our organization the best in the nation. Thanks for listening, Randy Faul
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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 This new year is presenting its own set of challenges. As this is the month we celebrate “love”, I thought a good word of love and encouragement would lift us up. PSALM 23 A David Psalm 1-3God, my shepherd! My Protector, my Defender, my Supplier, my Coverage, my Security. I don’t need a thing. You love me so much, You meet my every need, in all circumstances.
You have bedded me down in lush meadows, With Your protection, I can sleep restfully. you find me quiet pools to drink from. You refresh me! True to your word, Because You are God, You cannot lie. you let me catch my breath You keep me from stress and anxiety. and send me in the right direction. You are my Guide. 4Even when the way goes through Death Valley, Even with the dangers and uncertainty all around, I’m not afraid when you walk at my side. I have no fear of the unknown, because You are with me. Your trusty shepherd’s crook with its hook to catch me and pull me back to You, makes me feel secure. I am your child and there is no safer place than with you. 5You serve me a six-course dinner You keep me fed, clothed and protected right in front of my enemies. Even as world seems out to attack me.
You revive my drooping head; You understand my fatigue and my fears. my cup brims with blessing. and bless me to overflowing. 6Your beauty and love chase after me Your glory shines all around me, every day of my life. 24/7! I’m back home in the house of God in His very presence because of the forgiving power of his Son for the rest of my life. Both now and forever! “The Good Race” joy service is every Saturday night from 7:30 to 7:45 pm. We meet at the CMA tent. Bring a chair and come join us! Blessings on and off the road, Jim and Betty Edleston CMA
WHAT’S NEW? BOD MEETING MINUTES 1/2/2021 President’s Report • Discussing with Donnie about drafting a letter covering pit riding rules in general as well as basic rules to be sent out with all new and renewed memberships. This will also help with club control. Kyle has taken time to draft up new race schedule ideas. He will present the best option at the HS committee meeting. Thank you Angel for the hard work put into the treasurer position. He has given us his letter of resignation effective 1/2/2021. He did an amazing job and we will be putting out feelers for the treasurer position. Vice President’s Report we are looking for additional sponsors. They will be looking at social media platforms so please be respectful and courteous. Treasurer’s Report • Present 2020 Financial Reports to BOD members $187,000 in checking account $138,000 in land use $15,000 receivables $10,000 in accounts payable $14,000 in scholarship fund. We have to transfer money from paypal. Money that didn’t get used from banquet fund will go back into general fund We donated a lot of trophies that didn’t get claimed from the banquet. The rule change we passed should help cut down on left over trophies. Shane Hitz suggests we follow up with whoever submits our sanction to AMA magazine for more information on each FTR event. Secretary’s Report: I know a lot of people do not like change but please be respectful towards Kyle’s attempts to accommodate the growing membership with changing the starting schedule. Enduro Chairman’s Report • We have had 3 events so far with a huge turnout at Enduro 1 in SC. 40% of the turnout was FTR members. 2 enduros have been canceled. We are looking for updates on the Richlom enduro. DDR enduro is back to the old Thursday enduro day and will be sprint enduro format. Hare Scrambles Chairman’s Report: Our event participation and spectating is getting bigger. Please follow rules.
Old Business: 1. Approval of BOD meeting minutes from 06/27/2020 motion by Randy Rash 2nd by Pete Rose passed unanimously. New Business: 1. Allow non internal combustion engine bikes (ICE) to compete in the Peewee classes motion Ron Thomas 2nd Jerry Curtis passed unanimously 2. Add the requirement for a solid pole to mark the inside of a corner when there is no natural barrier. Motion by Ron Thomas 2nd Jerry Curtis 1 opposed. 3. Add requirement that milage markers be a minimum 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide motion by Ron Thomas 2nd by Kelsey Saltar passed unanimously. 4. Add the requirement that the starting grid be a minimum of 200 ft wide and 150 foot deep with 15 rows 10 ft apart. Motioned by Kelsey Saltar 2nd by Ron Thomas passed unanimously 5. Remove line d from the event rules. Motioned by Ron Thomas 2nd by Pete Rose passed unanimously. 6. Appoint a 7th member of the EC -Nominated Kyle McAfee and accepted. motioned by Ron Thomas 2nd by Jerry Curtis passed unanimously. 7. Changing Sportsman background from blue to pink. Motioned by Ron Thomas 2nd by Pete Rose. Discussion: it is to distinguish sportsman 1 & 2 vs other classes. Sportsman creates most problems for tech and scoring Sportsman is our biggest class and continues to grow. There is a penalty for sportsmen breaking the rules. We will communicate the 3 race penalty to the membership. 1 against. 8. Randy Rash is proposing when creating the schedule that instate enduros on private land does not have precedence over HS. 9. Section E of the rule book under sanctioning paragraph- Remove 14 mx events motioned by Ron Thomas 2nd by Jerry Curtis 1 oppose Adjourned: Motion to adjourn by Randy Faul at 8:48 pm James Bartlet wants to make a proposal for parent memberships at a discounted rate if they do not race.
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BLAST FROM THE PAST 1979 ENDURO STANDINGS
COYOTE REVENGE RACE REVIEW There is no better way to start the new year than to head to Brooksville for the Coyote Revenge Hare Scramble. This event is always a favorite as the Mondon Hill property provides unique challenges. It is an old mining pit, so it features plenty of hills, hard ground and slippery soil.
some victims (see below), but for the most part it gave riders a chance to show off their skills and provided the spectators an excellent place to watch.
These factors, along with the cooler weather and holiday weekend, always draw a large amount of entries. In 2021 we saw 1,056 entries, which sets a record for this event.
After the motocross section riders made their way through a short woods section before heading out to the fields. The fields at Mondon Hill were tricky on Sunday. We saw some rain early Sunday morning which made the fields very slick. Throttle control was key in navigating through the fast sweepers.
The Suncoast Trail Blazers put together an awesome course. The start of the loop brought you straight into the motocross track, which featured a few small doubles, tapletops and the infamous step up. Unfortunately the step up claimed
Exiting the fields, riders made their way into some tight, technical hill sections before heading into a flowy section through a gulley. It is sections like these that make this event so great. After a few more technical sections riders entered a flowy
Photo sequence by Tyler Miller
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pine section and some fast switchbacks before taking the “Daytona 500” to the slag pile, where they would encounter some more technical hills before finishing the lap. The Peewee Course is also one of the more technical in the series. We saw Dustin Steffey grab another win as he continues his Peewee A domination. Cody DeKlyn took the win in Peewee B, Juan Quintero in Peewee C and Gentry McBride in Peewee Beginner. Two Brooksville natives would take the wins in the Quad Super Peewee classes, Avery Collins in A and Noah Slocum in B. Beau Collins, another Brooksville native, won Quad Peewee A and Jayce Hart took the win in Quad Peewee B.
Photo by Tyler Miller
We saw an excellent battle for the Mini A win between Logan Crawford and Jimmy Moore. The two swapped positions all race and in the end Crawford would beat Moore by just nine seconds. Tyler Lamb put in another impressive showing on his KTM 65, finishing first in 65A and 9th overall. The Saturday 2pm race had a couple of heavy hitters join in on the fun. Flat track racer Jesse Janisch took home the overall from the Sportsman 2 line,
ahead of Enrique Varela. Landon Lynn and Clay Lyons duked it out for the Pre-Modern A victory. Lynn would outdeal Lyons and take the win by just two seconds. The Quad race saw an influx of GNCC guys show up and try their hand at an FTR Hare Scramble. Hunter Hart would dominate the Quad AA class over Josh Merritt and Brandon Frazier. The battle for the overall of the
Sunday AM race was shaping up to be a good one with Shawn Clark and Clay Lyons going at it. Unfortunately for Shawn, and the spectators, his race would end early with a flat tire. Lyons would take the overall win over Barry McCarty and Jon McCabe. We capped off the weekend wiith a AA showdown between Jesse Ansley, Jack Chambers and Garrett Edmisten. Ansley would take the Sunday PM overall ahead of Chambers and Edmisten.
Photos by Mariah Lacy
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PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT 20/20 MX Goggles was founded in April of 2020 by current FTR member, Matt Karwat. Matt grew up racing motocross in Florida with aspirations to turn professional. Unfortunately, as many know, this sport is tough to make a living off of. So Matt decided to find a new way to have a career in the
sport. That is when he came up with the idea of 20/20. After trial and error, Matt decided to go with the magnetic lens concept for his product. After 17 years of racing he knew all too well the hassle of changing out traditional “pop and lock” goggle lenses.
20/20 MX Goggles feature a magnetic lens that allows the user to switch out lenses in a matter of seconds. “I hated having to swap out lenses in traditonal goggles, it was the biggest pain and you end up smudging the new lense in the process,” says Matt “With the magnetic lense it makes the decision to go from tinted to clear, or vice versa, that much easier.” For 2021, 20/20 MX Goggles is adding five new styles as well as an updated frame. To find out more about 20/20 check out their website www.2020mxg.com and follow them on Instagram @2020mxgoggles The “Flamingo” is new for 2021
SNAKE RIVER PHOTO REPORT Photos on this page by Tyler Miller
Kayla Cone crushed the National Anthem per usual
That moment you remember there is an Applebee’s on the way home
The Over-Under allowed for some great photo opportunities
All thumbs up over HBD putting those advertising FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS here dollars to good use
Pennsylvania native Ben Nelko decided to try his hand at FTR racing
Barry McCarty up on the front as he leads the morning race around
No matter how old the bike is Craig Borders is going to send it
Riders fight to claim the Senior B Holeshot
Brianna Avirett Photo
Morgan Hill Photo
Logan Lanier showing how to properly execute a butt-whip FEBRUARY 2021 Jamey Perdue Photo
Brianna Avirett Photo
Brianna Avirett Photo
John Roth catches some air on his way to a Top 5 PAGE 19 Jamey Perdue Photo
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PIT DOG OF THE MONTH Sadie
Owner: Clark & Lacey Myers Age: 2 Breed: German Shepherd First Race: Alligator National Enduro Favorite Food: Potato Chips Hobbies: Playing fetch and chasing dragonflies.
The Florida Trail Riders schedule is made up of over 15 events put on by individual clubs who work tirelessly to prepare the race sites for our Hare Scramble and Enduro series. They work many days out in the woods before the event, during the event as course workers and after the event for property cleanup. All is not work, during the year clubs have monthly meetings, gatherings and club trips. As the membership of FTR continues to grow, our clubs need to grow as well. If you would like to join a club and be a part of making FTR events even more succesful, then look for a club in your area (next page), contact them with any questions you may have.
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Club Name Race Location
Azalea City Motorcycle Club Palatka
Big Scrub Trail Riders Tavares
Big “O” Trail Riders Indiantown
Central Florida Trail Riders Bartow
Daytona Dirt Riders Ormond Beach
Nature Coast Trail Blazers Dade City
Sarasota Area Dirt Riders Bartow
Suncoast Trail Blazers Brooksville
Sunrunners Motorcycle Club Bartow
Treasure Coast Trail Riders Indiantown
Apollo Motorcycle Club Palatka
Old School Dirt Riders Punta Gorda Palm Beach Track and Trail Okeechobee River CIty Dirt Riders Gainesville
CATCHING UP: JESSLYNN CABAN JessLynn Caban arrived on the FTR scene in 2019 winning every race she entered in the 65 Girls class. After winning the 65 Girls Championship Jesslynn decided to move up to the Mini C class and race the boys. That lasted two races before getting promoted into Mini B, where she would finish second in her first race in that class. I decided to catch up with JessLynn to learn a little bit more about the rider from Lakeland. Hey JessLynn! How are you? How is your season going so far? Hello! It has been
going good! I am currently in Mini B having a good time mixing it up with the boys. When did you first start riding? I first started riding two years ago on Christmas. I got into riding through our friend Cody Neff. I was instantly hooked, I won my first race. What has been your favorite race so far? My favorite race is definitely Mondon Hill in Brooksville. I really like the motocross section with the jumps. FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS
What are your goals for the rest of the season? My main goal is to win a race in the B class. What is your favorite part of racing FTR? I really enjoy being able to hangout with my friends. I definitely missed them during the break. It was a bummer we had to end the season early. Who would you like to thank? My family, Stripped Down Motorsports and WMR.
QUESTIONS FROM THE FIELD “Who is your pick to win the 2021 450 Supercross Title? Cody Wilson
“I have to go with Ken Roczen, he took the motocross season off last year to get his mind and body right. He looks more focused than ever before.”
Johnny Lawrence “Bam Bam (Barcia) all the way. New team, new people around and a new bike. All around a new and more mature rider which I believe will keep in the hunt. Plus he is from New York, like me.”
Cody Thomas “Ken Roczen, from what I’ve seen so far he’s the most consistent guy, with a lot to prove. He’s taken some time off the last few years but he hasn’t lost speed.”
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COLUMBIA ENDURO RIDERS ASSOCIATION February 28, 2021
46th SANDLAPPER ENDURO ENTRY: ENTRY FEE IS $67 AFTER 2/12/21 ENTRY FEE IS $70. THIS IS A SETRA EVENT, MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED FOR. A ONE (1) DAY MEMBERSHIP IS AVAILABLE FOR SETRA $10 . AMA MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED BY ALL RIDERS. SIGN-UP ON MOTO-TALLY OPENING January 13, 2021 at 7:00 Central Time.
https://www.moto-tally.com/SETRA/Enduro/PreEntry.aspx RIDING POSITION:
WILL BE ASSIGNED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. ENTRIES WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THE NEXT AVAILABLE
ROW OR AS CLOSE TO ROW CHOICE AS POSSIBLE 350
RIDER LIMITATION-- ONLY FIVE RIDERS TO A ROW
START LOCATION: HOLLOW CREEK VFD - HOLLOW CREEK ROAD 12.5 MILES S/E OF PELION SC.
FROM I-26: TAKE 302 TO PELION, TURN LEFT ON US 178 TO HWY 3, TURN RIGHT ONTO HWY 3, GO ABOUT ONE MILE, TURN RIGHT ONTO HOLLOW
FROM I-20: TAKE US 178 TO HWY 3 TURN RIGHT ONTO HWY 3, GO ABOUT ONE MILE, TURN RIGHT ONTO HOLLOW CREEK ROAD, GO ABOUT 3.5 MILES TO START.
RUN: APPROXIMATELY 50-70 MILES LONG. 24 MPH AVG (1) GAS STOP, SAND TRAILS THROUGH PINE FOREST, NO SWAMPS, RIDABLE BY ALL SKILL LEVELS. NOTE: ALL TRAILS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. DO NOT RIDE BEFORE OR AFTER ENDURO.
REGISTRATION: SATURDAY 02/27/21 2:00 PM TILL 6:00 PM, SUNDAY 6:30 AM TILL 8:30 AM.
HAVE FORESTY APPROVED SPARK ARRESTOR. MUFFLER THAT DOES NOT EXCEED AMA LIMITS, CERA WILL CHECK AT
START. NO RIDE OR REFUND IF BIKE DOES NOT PASS INSPECTION!!!!!!!!
CONCESSIONS: BY HOLLOW CREEK VFD. CAMPING: PRIMATIVE CAMPING,
CAMP FIRES OR HOOK-UPS. PORTA JONS AND WATER AVAILABLE .
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REMAINING EVENT SCHEDULE February 2/6-7 HS #8 TCTR Indiantown, FL 2/20-21 HS #9 Big O Trail Riders Indiantown, FL 2/28 Enduro #4 CERA Sandlapper Salley, SC March 3/11 Enduro #5 DDR Alligator Ormond Beach, FL 3/20-21 HS #10 NCTB Dade City, FL April 4/2-3 HS #11 Sunrunners Bartow, FL 4/16-17 HS #12 River City Dirt Riders Newberry, FL May 5/1-2 HS #13 Apollo North Palatka, FL 5/15-16 HS #14 DDR Ormond Beach, FL June 6/13 Enduro #6 Cherokee National Greensboro, GA
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Florida Trail Riders Magazine for February of 2021