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Florida Trail Riders

December 2012


December STEFAN STILL:

“ ...you get those brief moments where some of these

folks like Garrett Edmisten and others come flying past you during practice or on their second time by you during a race, and you get that brief moment to live in their world... I see these guys do things in this sand and it blows my mind...it’s hard for me to not get sucked into it and hit a tree watching them.

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a dozer-like encounter from the rear, which cleaned him off course to take Just in case anyone can confirm the soil sample close up. this, Dr. Still Bill AKA William Toreki Today’s inspection by the proper (head coach of the “Hell’s Canyon” personnel revealed a dislocated Race Team hells-canyon.com, the shoulder and grade 3 acromial/ proprietor of signature hot sauce clavicular separation in the starboard and large presence at any gathering), wing (for true). claims to have been running in first Bill has vowed to return as quickly as place for the first time ever just before possible and may even consider the auguring into the soil somewhere on possibility of thinking about physical the first lap around mile 1.8 or so at the therapy or at least trying some push 2012 Hare Scrambles in Myakka, FL. ups maybe in the future. He is also The local Gainesville news teams are curious as to if anyone can fill him in intrigued, but hesitant to run the story on the details of the crash as it was until confirmation that Bill did, in fact, a touching encounter in an open field lead the large class of Master C. section. Bill has announced his fuzzy recall So give a toast to Bill. He loves that a few riders in front of him zigged almost everyone most all the time. when they should have zagged and ran -Thomas McGinity astray leaving our potential super hero in first for what seemed like minutes. Get well soon, Dr. Bill! Then he claims to have encountered

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Chaplain’s Corner

“Just Thinking”

Hello, FTR Family - December is finally here. This

has to be the fastest year I have ever lived. I cannot believe that 2012 is coming to a close. The Florida Trail Riders has seen a few rough spots on the way this fall race season. Our fellow racer and friend, Chris Tolken, lost his battle with ALS. I had the privilege to lead his memorial service at their home. I have to say I was impressed. What a great turnout of support. His wife (Lee Ann) and children (Matt and Josh) are so appreciative of your kindness. This fall race season we have also had a few close calls in injuries. Paul Lucas and Lee Daley both were seriously injured and are still recovering. Nevertheless, their love for the sport and enthusiasm for competition has not waned. Please continue praying for them. Here in the state of Florida, we are blessed to have a lot of offroad racing. During the winter time, people from all over the country come here to compete. One of those very popular and prestigious motocross events is called the Mini O’s. Though it is not part of the FTR Racing Series, many of our friends attend and compete. It is also the same location where the Florida Trail Rider Hare Scrambles Series also holds an event each spring. Unfortunately there was a death at the Mini O’s this year. This tragedy happened during the Thanksgiving holiday. The young man, Jantz Grodzicki, was 16 years old. Please join me as we pray for this family in the loss of their son. His funeral will be in the first week of December in California where they live. It is at this time of the year where many, especially the young ones, begin to think about what they are going to be getting later this month. What is Ole Santa going to bring them this year? I can’t blame them; I was the same way. I love this time of the year mostly because of the music. Music is very powerful. The very tune of a song can transport you back into another time and place. That is what those Christmas songs do to me. However, though gift giving is great, we must never forget the real reason for the season. That is why every year, in this magazine, I always put the Christmas story in my December article. Whether you read it here or in your own Bible, let me encourage you to take just a moment and think about the Baby Christ Child. If you want to locate it in your Bible, you can find the most well known version of the story in Luke Chapter 2. It goes like this…

In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. 2 (This was the first census that took place while[a] Quirinius was governor of Syria.) 3 And everyone went to their own town to register. 4 So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because

he belonged to the house and line of David. 5 He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child. 6 While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, 7 and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them. 8 And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. 9 An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. 12 This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” 13 Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying,14 “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.” 15 When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let’s go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has told us about.” 16 So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby, who was lying in the manger. 17 When they had seen him, they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child, 18 and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them. 19 But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart. 20 The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things they had heard and seen; which were just as they had been told. This short story is only the beginning. The world would never be the same. What most people don’t know is that this event did not happen by chance. It was planned from the beginning. From the beginning of what? It was planned from the beginning of creation; from the very beginning of time. But God did not stop there. He has a plan for your life now. Let me encourage you to draw close to Him this Christmas season. He is only a prayer away. Have a wonderful and Merry Christmas! I’ll see you on the line, Your friend, Andy Dickson FTR Chaplain Super Senior A #121


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ENDURO #4 Report

From the FTR Forum on the 44th Annual Gobbler Getter Enduro, presented by Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club, in Maplesville, Ala.

No Rain for weeks. Dust

clouds hanging over the parking area from the 4-wheelers running around the parking lot all day. Night came but that didn’t stop the 4w’s from turning on their lights. Dust was going to be a major problem. It was a beautiful night - 54F for a low (which is a new high for recent Gobblers). PERFECT camping weather. ::up:: The morning started out cloudy . . . . with more clouds . . . . with dark more clouds . . . . with RAIN! It rained for an hour or so before key time. No way could it be enough to turn the powdery silt into a tactile mix of moist loamy dirt. No way. It was still gonna be a dust bowl. The rain was a God Send . . . REALLY. Complete with double rainbows! NO DUST! DIRT LIKE VELCRO! WOOHOO!!! I got stuck on row 24, at the front of Pro-ville and every A / AA rider wanting to chase the pros. I was very concerned that every 100 yds would turn into a pull over spot. Needed to run the A-game to keep from being run over. Somehow Gobbler always brings out my A-game. I was surprised that I could pull over, let the Pro / AA / A rider pass and get back on the trail without missing hardly any time. Suspension seemed be dialed in just right. Somehow

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Conditions were great, my conditioning, not so much. It was a fun race though. It is nice to see terrain that isn't all sand whoops and palmetto roots.

survived and still had energy to ride all 6 sections. Must have been the Red Bull double shots . . . . First 2 sections (~11 miles each) they threw us in the tight stuff a lot. If it wasn’t tight it was sweeping back & forth railing berm banks - you could really fly in this stuff! Sections 3 & 4, (6 & 4 miles) were a little more open. Section 5 (11+ miles) didn’t have any women or children or C riders so they threw some “challenging” terrain at us, some of which was downright pucker factor, gnarly technical, or both. ::shocked:: Section 6 (11 miles) was for the big boys only. Section 5 was harder. The Gobbler had everything. Roots, rocks, sand, clay, hills, drop offs, whoops (thought I was back in Croom for a bit), bike swallowing holes at bridges . . . . . . Good to see a lot of FTR friends there. It was a tough day. You got a medal if you finished. Seriously. Best, - c bob

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FTR Motocross RJ Hampshire #21 took the

$1,000 “Dash for Cash� Lites moto win

At Dade City, the Dash for Cash was the largest class (ahead of 125C by one) with 10 riders signed up for a chance to win $1,000 in contingency. This time, the class was limited to Lites riders and 250cc. RJ Hampshire dominated the 10-lap one-moto race, cashing out from the star t over Bradford Young. Then, while Young tried catching Hampshire, a battle for top

five emerged between DJ Macfarlane, Rich Wilkes, Robbey Ruf fner and Matt Kar wat while Hampshire pulled Young to the finish. Up-and-comers in Supermini Tyler Lang and Devon Stodar t battled for the overall as Stodar t pulled of f a win in the first moto, but Lang was all the leader after the star t of the second. Once Lang found the momentum and an inside line, he made

the pass and took the overall win. Other notable finishes included the Plus 50 class with David Johnson and Jon Osborn mixing it up and taking turns to win a moto. In the Woods class, Cody Thomas #112 swept both moto wins over Steve Loomis Jr. in second, Jimmy Loomis in third and Mark Loomis in four th. See you at the track!


From the FTR Forum:

Rick Dreggors/FTR MX Chairman • I want to thank everyone who attended Round 3 at Dade City of the FTR Motocross Series. It was a great weekend, the weather was great, the track was excellent and Randy Yoho and his group do a great job of running a motocross event. Congratulations to all the class winners. We had a good turnout but we could still do better. Your motocross committee will continue to work hard to

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make the series even better. Kyle McAfee/Area #12 Representative • Finally home from Dade City MX. We had a great weekend and I wanted to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone who made the weekend happen. We will be racing a lot more FTR MX this year!

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2012 Elections Results for F.T.R. Officers and Area Directors Election Chairman: Bill Drymon Motocross Series: Joe Steidl Hare Scrambles Series: Larry Roberts Enduro Series: Cary Hunt The following are the results of the ballot received on or before November 30, 2012 meeting all of the requirements. President: Ford Snodgrass Jeremy Powell Bill Drymon Randy Faul Jim Rollyson Secretary: Kayla Vawter Books Tomblin Area #1 None Area #2 Jerry Bean Gary Wyatt Area # 3 Brad Gustafson Area # 4 Chad Hunter Area #5 David Wildner

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HARE SCRAMBLES MEETING MINUTES

Quorum was verified.

Hare Scrambles Committee Meeting

New Business

Oct. 27, 2012 The meeting was called to order at 7:08 p.m. by the chairman. Role was taken, in attendance were:

Mike Belle - Chairman; Don St. John - Scorekeeper; Donny Richardson - Referee; Kurt Lucas - Saturday Rider Rep; Kerri Proposal #1 (Written by: Mike Chambers - Specialty C & Women Rider rep; Kayla Vawter - Quad Rider Rep; Wade Stoner - ACMC; Deborah Broderick - Apollo; Allen Belle) Pearce - BSTR; Bill Jenkins - CFTR; Rob Swann - NCTB; Peter Purpose: To move the Saturday rider’s meeting to Rose - OSDR; Troy Stainbrook - Suncoast; Scott Klucinic - TCTR; correspond to the new race time schedule. Frank Campbell - FTR Beneift Chapter VI Hare Scrambles Rules C. Event Rules Currently Reads: Riders Meeting at starting line 12:15 PM Race 6 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM Change to: Riders Meeting at starting line 15 minutes before the Mini – 65cc race. Race 6 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM A motion was made by Allen Pearce to accept the proposal and it was seconded by Kayla Vawter. The motion PASSED and will be published in the magazine and presented for a second vote at a subsequent committee meeting.

Proposal #2 (Written by: Deborah Broderick) Purpose: To bring our rule book into line with how our membership software keeps track of rider numbers when memberships expire. Chapter VII Hare Scrambles Scoring A. General Currently reads: 2. A rider can register only one number per class per competition year. The rider will be scored only under that registered number during the competition year. To keep a rider number (bike #), members must renew their FTR membership in July. Change to: 2. A rider can register only one number per class per competition year. The rider will be scored only under that registered number during the competition year. To keep a rider number (bike #), members must renew their FTR membership in before July 1st. A motion was made by Deborah Broderick to accept the proposal and it was seconded by Bill Jenkins. The motion PASSED and will be published in the magazine and presented for a second vote at a subsequent committee meeting.

Petition for demotion #1: Mr. Dario Mazzitelli petitioned the committee, through an interpreter, to be allowed to race the “C” division (Sun.) after having raced one race in the “B” division. Apparently Dario is a new racer and does not speak English very well. Somebody talked him into


A motion was made by Allen Pearce and was seconded by Donny Richardson to allow Dario to enter the “C” division effective immediately. The motion PASSED.

Petition for demotion #2: Mr. Chris Wise petitioned the committee, through a letter, to be allowed to race the Evo-B class after self promoting and having raced two races in the Evo-A class over the last two years. He does not now feel he can be competitive in the new class and desires to race with “his peers” in the Evo-B class. There was some discussion among the committee and the majority felt like only two races over the last two years was not sufficient data to allow a demotion at this time. A motion was made by Allen Pearce and was seconded by Troy Stainbrook to dis-allow Chris the demotion at this time. The motion PASSED. The committee wanted Chris to know that he is welcome to resubmit the request after another few races. The meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. Mike Belle (HSC Chairman)

Sunset in the pits at the Daytona Dirt Riders Hare Scrambles on Oct. 27, 2012

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entering the “B” division without his full understanding of what he was getting into.


“Great course, elevation changes, awesome spectating. Thanks, Sunrunners!”

A Father and Daughter Go Racing

November’s Bartow Hare Scrambles

Haley didn’t have a good day. She has lost some weight by eating right (Isn’t that annoying!) So the bike is definitely too stiff for her now. I told her to ‘Just go and ride, don’t worry where you finish,’ and she did just that. We talked after about her total lack of confidence in what the bike was doing and decided to have

with him and give it the works (sprung correctly, re-valve, etc.) She’s really excited about the next race and so am I...just want her having fun. Speaking of suspensions, I knew my bike had been under sprung for my weight since I bought the bike. I was having so much fun, I didn’t care but now I needed to get the bike to turn better. Tom Fleming, as a band-aid ‘til a stiffer spring could be ordered, put 4 turns in the rear shock (makes rear taller.) Yikes! Turned better, but one problem, I really have a problem now with touching the ground! As the horn sounded, I tried to throw my leg over the bike and just about missed...ha! I struggled to get the kicker down as usual and suffered getting to the first corner. I headed out to the course in 9th place...worse start in a long time and some work to do. My practice lap routine has changed this year as I’m really looking for new lines to make passes. As we dump into the long woods section, it starts to pay-off. I manage to pick-off a few riders by making good choices. I see Troy Weeks (#863) ahead and watch as he takes the high line and misses a newly formed and straighter line...pass made for now. I apologize profusely as I pass a slower rider and push him to the outside of a corner I came in too hot for: “Sorry! Sorry! Sorry! Sorry!”

Tom Fleming take

Eventually I’m at the chicane to end the 1st lap and that’s where

the bike back

another issue raises it’s head: I can’t figure out what position I’m

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Sunrunners Photos from Bartow From the FTR Forum:

Steve Johnson: HS #3 Sunrunners ROCK !!!!

Just wanted to get a jump on this one. We are here and parked and took a look at this course. I’m only 4 years into racing with FTR but have not ever seen or recall a course like this. From a racer or a spectator stand point this one is going to be great !!! Just want to thank Jason, Jack and the whole crew for such an incredible course as well as making great for our spectators and families too. Looks to be the race of the year again !!

Scott Howell

Fantastic! I agree w/ everyone. This course was phenomenal!! The hard work was obvious. Truly a model for every club. The vertical launch was my fav!! We could ride this track every weekend!! Not only great for the racers, but also spectators. Amazing job!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

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Lacey Nordle photos

continued from page 16 in. Seems I had been entered accidentally in Senior B, not Super Senior B, in the computer. Normally, it’s no biggie but it also screws up me figuring how many laps we’ll do for the race. We usually do 4 laps here so off I go with the plan to manage my energy (ends up I was in 5th!) Not long into the 2nd lap and Troy Weeks comes back by me, I try to keep up but not happening. Later I’m trying to get around a slower rider in the woods when I get the bike jammed between 2 trees and Frank Gamperl(#325) comes around me..dang it! I settle in to follow Frank and see how far he

can pull me along. Soon I pass

was working or so I thought. At the

through the chicane in 7th place

top of the last steep up hill prior

behind Frank.(not that I knew

to the elevator I struggled to take

that) We’re having fun as we pass

the right turn in the soft dirt(can’t

my bud Ryan Turner(#34B in SB)

touch..argh!) and back by comes

and I holler at him to get going.. I

Frank...sigh. Oh well, I’ll just follow

know he’s having a bad day when

him and try something on the 4th

I pass him..ha! Few miles later

lap. We come through the chicane

Frank gets hung up on a vine and

and I see the checkered flag..what,

unceremoniously removed from

it’s over?(7th place)

his bike! He says he’s okay as I motor by..only to come up on (2) SSB riders laying on the trail and struggling to pick their bikes up at a chock point in the trail. I yell “your killing me guys!” as I wait for them to get up and out of the way. Soon I’m back to attempting a break away from Frank..and it

Not being able to see my time I didn’t realize we wouldn’t make 4 laps..oh well but it was strange not really being that tired after a race... that is rare..ha! It was a good day with great friends and can’t wait till the next one. See you there!

- Tr oy St a i n b r o o k ( p i c t u r e d l e f t s m i l i n g w i t h Fr a n k G .)

Thomas Glancy “whether you were a single-track craving enduro-monster or a moto madman, this track had it all. I had a blast”!

Shawn Norton “I believe this is the best piece of property and track layout that I have ever had the pleasure of riding since I joined FTR.


Boyd Bradfield

“the first race since I started two years ago that I felt like I was acutally racing and not just out to finish.”

Avo Laido

“wanted to give Lee Welker (50A) a salute for stopping and directing traffic around Lee Daley. He stayed for all the Classes going by, and he starts on the second row in the Sun. AM morning race. Hard to quit a race, but I appreciate Lee Welker (and Andy Dickinson) for helping downed riders.”

Steve Johnson

“This without a doubt is a “ model “ for other clubs to pay attention to. We had such a great time we even stayed most of the day Sunday to just watch.”

Randy Faul

“Fantastic event Sunrunners ! I know all to well the amount of planning and work it takes to promote a h/s. The time and dedication to takes from clubs is just unreal and I guarantee this took 3-4 months.”

Katie Swann photos


Thank you to all of our volunteer photographers for providing photos to FTR members free of charge!


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“I’ve found that a majority of the guys here are very respectful of the slower riders. Of course, I’m also very aware of what’s behind me so they’ll never have to worry about me moving over. I’m not going to be that guy. If it comes down to me making a hole in single track to get out of their way, then I’m going to do it. I don’t want them to have to move me because I don’t want to have to get mad about it.”


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[Editor’s note: Stefan Still caught my eye, wearing a pink tutu, at the Daytona Dirt Riders Hare Scrambles in October when he grabbed the holeshot in C Open. I found out later, through Facebook after the race, that Stefan raised more than $1,500 in support of breast cancer by hitting up his FTR friends for donations. I was impressed. A few weeks later, I posted on the FTR Facebook page in search of a cover photo for this magazine, and Stefan offered up one of his wife’s photos, which was selected, and when we finally caught up on the phone, the tutu was the first thing I asked him about.] JS: How did the tutu thing come about, anyway? SS: The way that all came about, I was sitting here, I have no shame, I’m 34 years old but I’m perpetually 12, I’ve just never had any shame and I was laying here in bed one night I was looking at a friend’s fund-raising efforts for breast cancer awareness month and I just said, ‘You know, I’ve got all these girls, I have three daughters and a wife and a mom like everyone, and I’m not doing anything and I really could do something,’ and then it hit me, the whole tutu thing, and I said ‘Man, I bet I could raise some money from some of my ridiculous friends who just want to see me wear all pink.’ So it kind of took off and it was a good joke, I was having a lot of fun with it, but when I got to the race and when I put all of it on and was going to the grid, people were flagging me down, women were flagging me down, and just thanking me, saying ‘thank you for doing this,’ and ‘thank you for showing that somebody cares,’ and from then it went from being a really good joke to raise money to like, ‘Oh my God, these people really appreciate it, they really do have a profound gratefulness for what I’m doing,’ so I kept that in mind the entire race and feeling sorry for myself on those palmettos roots because I’m not exactly in the best shape right now, I’m only a few months out from knee surgery, but every time I came through the spectator area, people just went nuts, clapping and cheering. These people were like rooting me on and I got the damn holeshot. The only time I’ve ever lead a race in my entire like, I get the holeshot wearing a pink shirt and pink freakin’ tutu. JS: That’s such a great story. SS: Yeah, I had a good time with it. I’ll probably do it again next year if I can keep the tutu away from the tricycle motors out here, I’ll wear it again next year, but it’s kind of hard I’ve got all these little girls in the house, anything pink gets found and it gets destroyed quickly. JS: You also raised a decent amount of money? SS: Over $1,500. My original goal was $500. I told everyone it would take $500 to get me in the tutu, and they just went off. I have one friend that gave a couple hundred bucks at one sitting; I guess he really wanted to see me in the dress. Scott and Katie Klucinec were a good part of that, too, and made sure I had a couple of other items to go with the whole get up. JS: That’s amazing. FTR needs people like you doing stuff like that. SS: Yeah, it was a lot of fun, too. Especially standing on the starting line with people coming up and wanting to take pictures with me, and the guy behind me laughing.

JS: So, how did you get into FTR? SS: I got into FTR by doing Google searches before we actually moved down here. We’re fairly new Florida residents. We moved down back in April of this year. JS: Oh, wow. SS: Yea, I’m brand new. The reason why we moved down here is we both got burned out on snow. In 2010, we were living in the Washington D.C. area and they had just this ridiculous amount of snow come through, it was like 50-something inches within two weeks, so after that, we just decided we wanted nothing else to do with it. My wife started doing research on places to live, looking at all of the unimportant stuff like job markets and potential employers and stuff like that while I decided to look up the important things like who I could race with and things like that, and that was back when I was doing supermoto. I’m actually a new dirt bike rider, too. I’ve only been riding full on dirt since October of 2011, so I actually came across FTR shortly after I found Florida Supermoto. The first thing I looked up was Florida Supermoto and of course that popped up immediately and I think I came across a couple of the guys on there that had mentioned that they were racing with Florida Trail Riders, so that lead me to you guys. So I knew about the organization and I knew it was where I was going to end up as soon as I started racing offroad. JS: That’s awesome. SS: Yea, I was pretty impressed with it; I was planning, before we decided to move, 2012 was going to be my first big year racing hare scrambles up north because the entire idea to execute the move happened within a three month period, like January of 2012, we went from making all these plans on what we were going to do for the year to, ‘All right, let’s move to Tampa, Florida.’ But I was going to race the Virginia Championship Hare Scramble Series and I had lots of friends that race in that thing and I was really happy to find that there was a group down in Florida that was just as organized as they were because I only had a couple of races under my belt when we moved down. My first hare scrambles was with a no name group up in Delaware at the end of 2011, and then I raced again in January of 2012 at the Hangover hare scrambles and then I had knee surgery on my birthday on Jan. 23 of 2012. JS: How did you get into dirt bikes? From supermoto? SS: I kind of went backwards from everyone else. I joined the Army and left Mississippi and kind of got in with a group of guys there in D.C. that were riding on the street and I quickly figured out that I was going to go to jail if I kept riding on the street, so I started doing track days and that eventually lead me to road racing and road racing lead me to supermoto, because it just looked like a blast, so I started doing that and then one of my friends who was a road racer up there with me said, ‘You should come riding with us out in Taskers Gap, Virginia.’ He had a spare WR 450 that he wanted to put me on, and I jumped on that thing and was hooked from then on out. So my first offroad ride was a real legitimate offroad ride - nothing but rocks.

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JS: And, the next thing you know, your moving to Florida and joining FTR? SS: Yeah, I’ve been really impressed with the organization so far. I had a friend who doesn’t race but I’ve known him through the street and track communities for years and he has a KTM 300 that he was riding forever and he got hooked up with the guys from Team Wanker, which their a rather interesting group of individuals and a lot of them race with FTR, and I started hanging out and doing some riding with them.

SS: There’s something special about some of these dudes that I’m racing with, on many levels. Some of these guys, you get those brief moments where some of these folks like Garrett Edmisten and others come flying past you during practice or on their second time by you during a race, and you get that brief moment to live in their world and it’s hard for me

JS: That’s a new one. Never heard of them. SS: They’re easy to spot - most of the bikes are marked with either the sticker that’s on the tail of mine that’s got a crazy looking blacksmith and it says “Team Wanker hittin’ it like an epileptic blacksmith,” or they have another one that’s even more classy that looks like the trucker mud flap chick but she’s rather large in statute, so they’ve got those stickers on the sides of their bikes or on their trucks. JS: That’s funny. I’ve got to say, you see to be having a lot more fun than most people? SS: Yea, with the tutu thing, God bless Katie Swann’s heart because I was hoping someone was going to get some really good photos of that. (She did.) I didn’t realize how much it was going to take off, like if you do searches on Instagram, there’s pictures of me from random people that have uploaded. JS: So, how does FTR compare to other organizations, or is it pretty much the same everywhere you’ve been? SS: The thing that I found the most unique about FTR is that it seems to be more organized than a lot of places. There’s some definite differences in the scheduling of things, like I’ve raced two hare scrambles up north before I came down here and never a practice lap. The fact that you guys have a practice lap, I really like that and think that’s a good idea. It allows people to go out there and get an idea of what waiting in the woods. I think it’s good from a safety perspective. And, like a lot of the organizations, it’s one big family, which was mostly what I was looking for. I raced with a large road racing organization for several years and it’s not owned by a particular individual, it’s owned by a corporation, because of that, it’s very corporate. Everything about it is a business, so it lacks a lot of the appeal of them caring about their individual racers. With FTR, you don’t have that. It’s got much more of a family oriented feel to it. I like the fact that if I bring my kids out there, they can have a good time, there’s other kids there for them to play with, other parents kind of keep an eye on each other’s kids. No one runs out on the racetrack. JS: Yea, and it looks like you’ve got your hands full! SS: They keep me busy. JS: And your wife is cool with you racing all the time? SS: She is. She’s never put her foot down about any type of motorsports activity, other than road racing. She told me that, in no uncertain terms, I can’t go back to road racing until the babies are older, but at this point, I don’t know that I will. I miss it, I miss the overall speed of it, but like running in places like Carlton Ranch kind of takes me back there, because it’s got some of that open field in it where you can just lock the throttle open and go. It just kind of took me back there and made me miss it. She has a part-time photography business so there’s a lot of scheduling that goes around my racing and her photography. We maintain a shared calendar and she won’t schedule shoots on days that I have a race but, the other side of the coin is that when I’m not racing, I’ve got the kids, there’s never an argument. JS: That’s good. I like that. SS: Oh, yea. I may make the kitchen jokes occasionally but I’m 100 percent family guy. Those little girls and my son who lives with his mom in Mississippi are pretty much the reason why I go to work everyday. JS: Exactly. So, you’re from the South originally? What do you think about these Floridians?

because Florida sand is brand new to me. I guess I’m lucky because I didn’t have much experience on a dirt bike before, so I just don’t know any better, but I see these guys do things in this sand and it blows my mind. Even the slower A riders and I see them come through and watching them do things, it’s hard for me to not get sucked into it and hit a tree watching them. It defies gravity but, as a whole, I enjoy racing in the south much more than I do racing anywhere else. Motorsports in general, there’s a camaraderie within it that’s just unmatched, but it’s even more so down south and I’m very glad to be back in the southern atmosphere to say the least. JS: I always like to ask because I’ve been up north around riders everywhere. It’s just so much better here, right? SS: It is. I think I made the statement to you on Facebook. Everyone wants to murder me because I gloat about the weather constantly. We’ve got a lot of fast people down here and the environment for riding here… When I was doing research on riding and racing, Florida and California and Colorado and Virginia, for some reason, have the most organized organizations for riding that I found, and FTR is definitely at the top of that. JS: We’re pretty lucky. SS: Yea, I think ever since we’ve moved down here, it’s just been one thing right after another. I keep waiting for the other shoe to drop and something bad to happen, but it’s been one good thing after another. She had a great job to begin with that prompted the move. I found a job, which I considered myself to be very lucky at that point, and then three months later, I found an awesome job, so we ended up making more money than we did in the Washington D.C. area with a lower cost of living and no state income tax. It’s just one thing after another. We have a great


new house lined up, which is going to be awesome because I get to move the day before Hare Scrambles #5, so I should be thoroughly dead for that. JS: Wow. What about Enduros or MX? Any interest?

Case in point: Someone in the FTR group was talking about the Evo riders and Jesse Ansley got on there and made a couple of comments, and that kid’s like 12 or 13, and he gets on there and made these nice, well-written posts and I’m like, ‘Who is this kid? Why aren’t you talking in text speak? I can actually understand what you’re writing.’ JS: I know. Jesse is a very well spoken young man. Is there anyone you would like to thank? SS: I would like to thank Scorpion EXO helmet manufacturer. Scorpion and I have been hooked up since 2007 and they’ve been an outstanding sponsor. It meant a lot to me when I first got into road racing and no one knew me from anywhere and I applied there and they immediately came back and said ‘Okay, this is what we’ll give you and this is what you can buy at a discounted rate,’ and I remember thinking how grateful I was because I had no race results and they were willing to offer me things. It was great. They stuck with me the entire time and I put a couple of good results in supermoto racing and they’re still there and still with me and hopefully will continue to be. I want to thank Ronnie Monk from Six12 Suspension. Without him, there would have been no Bartow #1. I want to thank the guys from Team Wanker for taking the time to drag me along when I first moved down. They took me out and introduced me to some people and kind of got my footholds in the community. They’ve been a never-ending wealth of information and support, not only in moto, but also outside of it. Actually, one of them is getting ready to do some work on my house because he’s an electrician. I’d also like to thank my wife. I appreciate the support and the patience putting up with me on crutches for various injuries over the years, one of those being when I tore my knee up in 2011, the month that my soon to be 3-year-old was being born, she’s massive, pregnant and angry at me, but I still made things work. It’s not like I just laid up. With the looks I was getting, that was all the encouragement I needed. JS: Are you guys done having kids? SS: Oh, my God. I hope so. She would be more inclined to actually go for another one than I would. I just need some time off. I mean we’ve got the Irish twins here. I need some time off with changing diapers.

SS: I’m not really a motocross guy but I’m probably going to start doing that a little bit, not the racing but probably using it more so for training, but definitely want to get into Enduros. I have a goal to do, I call it the ‘5 in 5,’ which is five away races over the next 5 years, and almost every one of those is an Enduro. I want to do Big Sky up in Montana, and the Mauna Kea 200, which is in Hawaii. And I want to eventually race Baja.

Photos provided by Marie Still, Katie Swann and the JS: What do you want people to know about you? Klucinec’s SS: I’d like people to know if they see me to come over and say hello because I’m still the new guy around here. That’s another thing. All the kids that I’ve met in this organization so far seem like they really have their heads on straight. It only takes a trip around YouTube to look at various motocross videos and see what the youth of the nation is posting on things.

JS: And how old are they? SS: One will be 3 in January and the other one will be 2, and I have a 7-year-old stepdaughter and an 8-year-old son who lives in Mississippi with his mother. JS: That’s cool. So, we’ll be seeing you in another tutu in the near future? SS: I would say that you would definitely see me in a tutu again. JS: Cool. That will give everyone something to look forward to. SS: Yep. You may never see me win a race but at least I’ll make it interesting. JS: Awesome. Thank you, Stefan! Tell your wife thank you for the photos! SS: I will. Thank you.


Palm Beach Track and Trail Riders Proudly Present :

Snake River Hare Scramble III December 15th & 16th 2012

Entry Fees Peewees $20 Saturday Schedule Signup & Tech Inspection.............7:30 AM – 10:30 AM Peewee A & B Practice..................9:00 AM – 9:10 AM Peewee C Practice........................9:10 AM – 9:20 AM Peewee Quad Practice..................9:20 AM – 9:30 AM Super Peewee Quad Practice.........9:30 AM – 9:40 AM Junior & Adult Quad Practice........9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Mini, Jr., & Adult Bike Practice....10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Race 1 Peewee A.......................9:45 AM – 10:10 AM Race 2 Peewee B.....................10:15 AM – 10:35 AM Race 3 Peewee C.....................10:40 AM – 11:00 AM Race 4 ......................................11:05 AM – 11:35 AM Row 1.....Quad Super Peewee A Row 2.....Quad Super Peewee B Race 5 ......................................11:40 AM – 12:00 PM Row 1.....Quad Peewee A Row 2.....Quad Peewee B Riders Meeting (starting line) ------------------ 12:00 PM Race 6 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM Row 1.....Mini A Row 2.....Mini B Row 3.....65A Row 4 ....Mini C, Mini Girls Row 5 ....65B Row 6.....65C, 65 Girls

Above Ground Camp Fires Only

Food Vending All Weekend - Fun Run Saturday Gate N 27.12.38.75 W 80.59.16.28 For more information, contact (Randy Rash # 954-931-5709) (S W Rucks Dairy Road / N W 172 ST Okeechobee, Fl 34974) Header wrap required on all four strokes ! Sunday Schedule Signup & Tech (Saturday)....3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Signup & Tech (Sunday).......7:30 AM – 9:30 AM Practice..................................8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Riders Meeting (at starting line)............10:15 AM

Race 7 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Row 1.....Evolution A Row 2.....Junior A Row 3.....Junior B Row 4.....Evolution Senior A Row 5.....Evolution B Row 6.....Junior C, Junior Girls Row 7.....Vintage, Evolution Senior B Row 8.....Sportsman Row 9.....Beginner Race 8 3:45 PM – 5:15 PM Row 1.....Quad AA Row 2.....Quad A Row 3.....Quad B Open Row 4.....Quad +30 Row 5.....Vet Quad, Senior Quad Row 6.....Quad 0-400, Super Senior Quad Row 7.....Quad C Open Row 8.....Wom Quad, Wom Vet Quad, Mast Quad Row 9.....Quad Utility Open, Quad Junior

All Others $50

Gate Fees $10 – Good all weekend Gate Opens at 3 PM Friday

SW Rucks Dairy Rd -10.8 Miles West of U S 441

Race 1 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Row 1.....Vet A, Senior A Row 2.....Super Senior A Row 3.....Master A Row 4.....Vet B Row 5.....Senior B Row 6.....Super Senior B, Women A Row 7.....Golden Master A Row 8.....Master B Row 9.....Vet C Row 10...Senior C Row 11...Super Senior C Row 12...G Mast B, Women B, Women Vet Row 13...Master C, Class 66

Click HERE for Google Map

Race 2 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Row 1.....AA Row 2.....A Open Row 3.....A 250, A 200 Row 4.....B Open Row 5.....B 250 Row 6.....B 200 Row 7.....C Open Row 8.....C 250 Row 9.....C 200

Riders are responsible for correct colors, numbers, and letters – see chart at right. Riders and guests are responsible for following all FTR rules.

FTR MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED – AVAILABLE AT SIGNUP Name __________________________________ Class__________________Bike #___________ Address______________________________ City________________State_______Zip__________ FTR #_____________________Age__________Make M/C___________________cc__________ Phone #_________________________________ THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT – READ IT BEFORE SIGNING I HEREBY GIVE UP ALL MY RIGHTS TO SUE OR MAKE ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER AGAINST THE PROMOTERS, SPONSORS, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS, PARTICIPANTS OR ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING OR CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR INJURY TO PROPERTY OR PERSON I MAY SUFFER, INCLUDING CRIPPLING INJURY OR DEATH WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON EVENT PREMISES. I KNOW THE RISKS OF DANGER TO MYSELF AND MY PROPERTY WHILE PREPARING FOR AND PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON THE EVENT PREMISES AND, RELYING UPON MY OWN JUDGMENT AND ABILITY, ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS OF LOSS AND HEREBY AGREE TO REIMBURSE ALL COSTS TO THOSE PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR DAMAGES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF MY NEGLIGENCE. THIS IS A RELEASE__________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT

THIS IS A RELEASE__________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARENT (REQUIRED OF ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE)

CLUB USE ONLY CLUB $______________MEMB $_____________TRAN $______________T-SHIRTS____________TOTAL $______________

Spark arrestors are required for all competition machines – except Peewees 96 db MAX sound limit Tether switches are required for all Quads YOU WILL BE INSPECTED NO PASS, NO REFUND FTR transponders are required for scoring They are available at signup for $30

Saturday Class Age Junior A.............................(13 to 16) Junior B.............................(13 to 16) Junior C.............................(13 to 16) Junior Girls........................(13 to 16) Mini A.................................(9 to 14) Mini B ................................(9 to 14) Mini C.................................(9 to 14) Mini Girls............................(9 to 14) 65A......................................(8 to 12) 65B......................................(8 to 12) 65C......................................(8 to 12) 65Girls.................................(8 to 12) Peewee A.............................(thru 8) Peewee B.............................(thru 8) Peewee C.............................(thru 8) Sportsman................................(13+) Beginner...................................(13+) Quad Junior......................(13 to 15) Quad Super Peewee A.......(6 to 12) Quad Super Peewee B.......(6 to 12) Quad Peewee A....................(4 to 8) Quad Peewee B....................(4 to 8)

Plate Color Black Black Black Black White White White White Green Green Green Green White White White Blue White White Green Green White White

Ltr A B C G A B C G A B C G A B C

A B A B

Ltr/Nr Color White White White White Black Black Black Black White White White White Black Black Black Black Black Black White White Black Black

If you ride in a class above, you are NOT PERMITTED to ride on Sunday. Vintage.....................................(13+) White V Black Evolution A...............................(13+) Yellow A Black Evolution B...............................(13+) Yellow B Black Evolution Senior A...................(40+) Green A White Evolution Senior B...................(40+) Green B White Quad AA ..................................(16+) Red AA White Quad A.....................................(16+) White A Black Quad Open B...........................(16+) White B Black Quad Open C...........................(16+) White C Black Quad 0-400..............................(16+) Yellow Black Quad +30.................................(30+) Red White Veteran Quad...........................(35+) Red V White Senior Quad.............................(40+) Black White Super Senior Quad..................(45+) Black X White Master Quad............................(50+) Green White Quad Utility..............................(16+) White X Black Women Quad...........................(16+) Blue White Women Veteran Quad.............(35+) Blue V White Sunday AA.............................................(13+) A Open.....................................(13+) A 250........................................(13+) A 200........................................(13+) B Open.....................................(13+) B 250........................................(13+) B 200........................................(13+) C Open.....................................(13+) C 250........................................ (13+) C 200........................................ (13+) Veteran A.................................(35+) Veteran B.................................(35+) Veteran C.................................(35+) Senior A...................................(40+) Senior B...................................(40+) Senior C...................................(40+) Super Senior A........................(45+) Super Senior B........................(45+) Super Senior C........................(45+) Master A...................................(50+) Master B...................................(50+) Master C..................................(50+) Golden Master A......................(58+) Golden Master B......................(58+) Class 66...................................(66+) Women A...................................13+) Women B.................................(13+) Women Veteran.......................(40+)

Red Yellow Green Black Yellow Green Black Yellow Green Black Red Red Red Green Green Green White White White Blue Blue Blue Black Black Black Yellow Yellow Yellow

AA A A A B B B C C C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B X A B V

White Black White White Black White White Black White White White White White White White White Black Black Black White White White White White White Black Black Black

Bike/Quad Requirements Junior – 86-200cc 2-stroke, 126- 250cc 4-stroke Mini A – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” – 19” Mini B, C, & G – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” 65 Classes – 51-65cc Peewee – 50cc auto Beginner, Sportsman, Specialty Class – 0-Open cc Quad Junior – 91-200cc 2-stroke, 91-300cc 4-stroke Quad Super Peewee – 51-90cc Quad Peewee – 50cc Vintage – pre 1975 Evolution – pre 1988, air cooled, drum brakes Classes, numbers/backgrounds, bike sizes and require ments here are for reference only. The rulebook takes precedence and should be referenced to ensure all rules are being followed.


The Suncoast Trail Blazers Proudly Present:

The 2013 Coyote Hare Scrambles at Mondon Hill In Memory of Chris Tolken January 5 & 6, 2013

Directions: From I-75 take Exit 301, go West on SR 50/US 98 a distance of 4 miles to Mondon Hill Rd (traffic signal), turn right (north) and go approx. 2 miles to the start.

Above Ground Campfires Only!!! Food Vending All Weekend GPS Coordinates N28.55291 W82.34427 23400 Mondon Hill Rd, Brooksville, FL 34601

From Brooksville (US 41) turn East onto Mondon Hill Rd (flashing signal) and go approx. 2 miles to the start. Flashing Signal

Entry Fees Peewees $20 All Others $50 Gate Fees $10 – Good all weekend Gate Opens at 2:00 PM Friday Spark arrestors are required for all competition machines – except Peewees 96 db MAX sound limit

Brooksville

Start

Tether switches are required for all Quads SR 50

YOU WILL BE INSPECTED NO PASS, NO REFUND FTR transponders are required for scoring They are available at signup for $30

Jasmine Drive Hess Station

Mondon Hill Rd

Click HERE for Google Map

4 miles

Traffic Signal

Motels near I-75 & US 98/SR 50 Microtel Inn & Suites --------352-796-9025 Hampton Inn ------------------352-796-1000 Quality Inn ---------------------352-796-9481 Holiday Inn Express ---------352-796-0455 Days Inn------------------------352-796-9486

I-75

Croom M/C Park

US 41

For information contact: Brian Coughlin 813-908-9008 Danny Kittell 727-244-7299

Hess Station

SR 50

US 98 Exit 301

Spring Lk Hwy

I-75

Riders are responsible for correct colors, numbers, and letters – see Hare Scrambles Information Sheet or FTR rulebook. Riders and guests are responsible for following all FTR rules.

FTR MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED – AVAILABLE AT SIGNUP Name _____________________________________ Class _______________________________ Age _______ Address _____________________________ City __________________________State ______ Zip __________ Phone #______________________ Bike # ___________Make of M/C _______________________ cc_________ FTR # ________________ email (optional)_____________________________ THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT – READ IT BEFORE SIGNING I HEREBY GIVE UP ALL MY RIGHTS TO SUE OR MAKE ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER AGAINST THE PROMOTERS, SPONSORS, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS, PARTICIPANTS OR ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING OR CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR INJURY TO PROPERTY OR PERSON I MAY SUFFER, INCLUDING CRIPPLING INJURY OR DEATH WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON EVENT PREMISES. I KNOW THE RISKS OF DANGER TO MYSELF AND MY PROPERTY WHILE PREPARING FOR AND PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON THE EVENT PREMISES AND, RELYING UPON MY OWN JUDGMENT AND ABILITY, ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS OF LOSS AND HEREBY AGREE TO REIMBURSE ALL COSTS TO THOSE PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR DAMAGES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF MY NEGLIGENCE. THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT

THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARENT (REQUIRED OF ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE)

CLUB USE ONLY CLUB $ _________________ MEMB $ ________________ TRAN $______________ T-SHIRTS___________________ TOTAL $ ______________________


The Azalea City Motorcycle Club Proudly Presents:

Cedar Creek II January 12 and 13, 2013 Saturday Schedule Signup & Tech Inspection ............. 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM Peewee A & B Practice ................ 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM Peewee C Practice ....................... 9:10 AM – 9:20 AM Peewee Quad Practice ................. 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM Super Peewee Quad Practice ........ 9:30 AM – 9:40 AM Race 1 Peewee A ....................... 9:45 AM – 10:10 AM Race 2 Peewee B ..................... 10:15 AM – 10:35 AM Race 3 Peewee C .................... 10:40 AM – 11:00 AM Race 4 11:05 AM – 11:35 AM Row 1 .... Quad Super Peewee A Row 2 .... Quad Super Peewee B Race 5 Quad Peewee .............. 11:40 AM – 12:00 PM Row 1 .... Quad Peewee A Row 2 .... Quad Peewee B Big Track: Junior & Adult Quad Practice ....... 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Mini, Jr., & Adult Bike Practice .... 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Riders Meeting (starting line) ----------------- 12:00 PM Race 6 ---------------------------------- 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM Row 1 .... Mini A Row 2 .... Mini B Row 3 .... 65A Row 4 ... Mini C, Mini Girls Row 5 ... 65B Row 6 .... 65C, 65 Girls Race 7 ------------------------------------ 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Row 1 .... Evolution A Row 2 .... Junior A Row 3 .... Junior B Row 4 .... Evolution Senior A Row 5 .... Evolution B Row 6 .... Junior C, Junior Girls Row 7 .... Vintage, Evolution Senior B Row 8 .... Sportsman Row 8 .... Beginner Race 8 ------------------------------------ 3:45 PM – 5:15 PM Row 1 .... Quad AA Row 2 .... Quad A Row 3 .... Quad B Open Row 4 .... Quad +30 Row 5 .... Vet Quad, Senior Quad Row 6 .... Quad 0-400, Super Senior Quad Row 7 .... Quad C Open Row 8 .... Women Quad, Women Vet Quad, Master Quad Row 8 .... Quad Utility, Quad Junior

Entry Fees Peewees $20

All Others $50

Gate Fees $10 – Good all weekend Gate Opens Friday Spark arrestors are required for all competition machines – except Peewees 96 db MAX sound limit

Breakfast, lunch and dinner served Sat. Breakfast and lunch served Sun.

Tether switches are required for all Quads

For more info, call Gary Wyatt (386) 684-2698 or (386) 972-8249. Wyattg1@windstream.com Wyattg1@windstream.net

FTR transponders are required for scoring They are available at signup for $30

No fires. No exceptions.

Sunday Schedule Signup & Tech (Saturday) .... 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Signup & Tech (Sunday) ..... 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM Practice ............................... 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Riders Meeting (at starting line) .......... 10:15 AM Race 1 ------------------------- 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Row 1 .... Vet A, Senior A Row 2 .... Super Senior A Row 3 .... Master A Row 4 .... Vet B Row 5 .... Senior B Row 6 .... Super Senior B, Women A Row 7 .... Golden Master A Row 8 .... Master B Row 9 .... Vet C Row 10 .. Senior C Row 11 .. Super Senior C Row 12 .. G Mast B, Women B, Women Vet Row 13 .. Master C, Class 66 Race 2 ----------------------------- 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Row 1 .... AA Row 2 .... A Open Row 3 .... A 250, A 200 Row 4 .... B Open Row 5 .... B 250 Row 6 .... B 200 Row 7 .... C Open Row 8 .... C 250 Row 9 .... C 200

Riders are responsible for correct colors, numbers, and letters – see chart at right. Riders and guests are responsible for following all FTR rules.

FTR andFTR AMAMembership MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED – AVAILABLE AT SIGNUP Required - Available at Signup Name _________________________________ Class _________________ Bike # _________ Address_____________________________ City ______________ State ______ Zip ________ FTR # ____________________ Age _________ Make M/C _________________ cc ________ Phone # _______________________________ AMA # ______________________________ THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT – READ IT BEFORE SIGNING I HEREBY GIVE UP ALL MY RIGHTS TO SUE OR MAKE ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER AGAINST THE PROMOTERS, SPONSORS, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS, PARTICIPANTS OR ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING OR CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR INJURY TO PROPERTY OR PERSON I MAY SUFFER, INCLUDING CRIPPLING INJURY OR DEATH WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON EVENT PREMISES. I KNOW THE RISKS OF DANGER TO MYSELF AND MY PROPERTY WHILE PREPARING FOR AND PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON THE EVENT PREMISES AND, RELYING UPON MY OWN JUDGMENT AND ABILITY, ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS OF LOSS AND HEREBY AGREE TO REIMBURSE ALL COSTS TO THOSE PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR DAMAGES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF MY NEGLIGENCE. THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT

THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARENT (REQUIRED OF ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE)

CLUB USE ONLY CLUB $ ____________ MEMB $ ___________ TRAN $ ____________ T-SHIRTS __________ TOTAL $ _____________

YOU WILL BE INSPECTED NO PASS, NO REFUND

Saturday Class Age Junior A ........................... (13 to 16) Junior B ........................... (13 to 16) Junior C ........................... (13 to 16) Junior Girls ...................... (13 to 16) Mini A ................................ (9 to 14) Mini B ............................... (9 to 14) Mini C ................................ (9 to 14) Mini Girls ........................... (9 to 14) 65A .................................... (8 to 12) 65B .................................... (8 to 12) 65C .................................... (8 to 12) 65 Girls .............................. (8 to 12) Peewee A ............................ (thru 8) Peewee B ............................ (thru 8) Peewee C ............................ (thru 8) Beginner ................................. (13+) Sportsman……………………..(13+) Quad Junior ..................... (13 to 15) Quad Super Peewee A ..... (6 to 12) Quad Super Peewee B ..... (6 to 12) Quad Peewee A .................. (4 to 8) Quad Peewee B .................. (4 to 8)

Plate Color Black Black Black Black White White White White Green Green Green Green White White White White Blue White Green Green White White

Ltr A B C G A B C G A B C G A B C

A B A B

Ltr/Nr Color White White White White Black Black Black Black White White White White Black Black Black Black Black Black White White Black Black

If you ride in a class above, you are NOT PERMITTED to ride on Sunday. Vintage ................................... (13+) White V Black Evolution A ............................. (13+) Yellow A Black Evolution B ............................. (13+) Yellow B Black Evolution Senior A .................. (45+) Green A Black Evolution Senior B .................. (45+) Green B Black Quad AA ................................ (16+) Red AA White Quad A ................................... (16+) White A Black Quad Open B ......................... (16+) White B Black Quad Open C ......................... (16+) White C Black Quad 0-400 ............................ (16+) Yellow B Black Quad +30 ............................... (30+) Red White Veteran Quad ......................... (35+) Red V White Senior Quad ........................... (40+) Black White Super Senior Quad ................ (45+) Black X White Master Quad .......................... (50+) Green White Quad Utility Open ................... (16+) White X Black Women Quad ......................... (16+) Blue White Women Veteran Quad ........... (35+) Blue V White Sunday AA .......................................... (13+) A Open ................................... (13+) A 250 ...................................... (13+) A 200 ...................................... (13+) B Open ................................... (13+) B 250 ...................................... (13+) B 200 ...................................... (13+) C Open ................................... (13+) C 250 ...................................... (13+) C 200 ...................................... (13+) Veteran A ............................... (35+) Veteran B ............................... (35+) Veteran C ............................... (35+) Senior A ................................. (40+) Senior B ................................. (40+) Senior C ................................. (40+) Super Senior A ....................... (45+) Super Senior B ....................... (45+) Super Senior C ....................... (45+) Master A ................................. (50+) Master B ................................. (50+) Master C ................................. (50+) Golden Master A .................... (58+) Golden Master B .................... (58+) Class 66………………………. (66+) Women A ................................ 13+) Women B ............................... (13+) Women Veteran ..................... (40+)

Red Yellow Green Black Yellow Green Black Yellow Green Black Red Red Red Green Green Green White White White Blue Blue Blue Black Black Black Yellow Yellow Yellow

AA A A A B B B C C C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B X A B V

White Black White White Black White White Black White White White White White White White White Black Black Black White White White White White White Black Black Black

Bike/Quad Requirements Junior – 86-200cc 2-stroke, 126-250cc 4-stroke Mini A – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” – 19” Mini B, C, & G – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” 65 Classes – 51-65cc Peewee – 50cc auto Beginner Class – 0-Open cc Quad Junior – 91-200cc 2-stroke, 91-300cc 4-stroke Quad Super Peewee – 51-90cc Quad Peewee – 50cc Vintage – pre 1975 Evolution – pre 1988, air cooled, drum brakes Classes, numbers/backgrounds, bike sizes and requirements here are for reference only. The rulebook takes precedence and is the complete authority and should be referenced to ensure all rules are being followed.


SADRA Proudly Presents:

February 16-17, 2013 Saturday Schedule

Entry Fees: Peewees $20, All Others $50

Signup & Tech Inspection ............. 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Gate Fees $10- Good all weekend, Gate Opens at 3pm Friday

Peewee A & B Practice ................ 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM Peewee C Practice ....................... 9:10 AM – 9:20 AM Peewee Quad Practice ................. 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM Super Peewee Quad Practice......... 9:30 AM – 9:40 AM Junior & Adult Quad Practice........ 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Mini, Jr., & Adult Bike Practice .... 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Race 1 Peewee A ..................... 9:45 AM – 10:10 AM Race 2 Peewee B ................... 10:15 AM – 10:35 AM Race 3 Peewee C ................... 10:40 AM – 11:00 AM Race 4 ................................... 11:05 AM – 11:35 AM Row 1 .... Quad Super Peewee A Row 2 .... Quad Super Peewee B Race 5 ................................... 11:40 AM – 12:00 PM Row 1 .... Quad Peewee A Row 2 .... Quad Peewee B Riders Meeting (starting line) ----------------- 12:00 PM Race 6 ----------------------------------- 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM Row 1 .... Mini A Row 2 .... Mini B Row 3 .... 65A Row 4 ... Mini C, Mini Girls Row 5 ... 65B Row 6 .... 65C, 65 Girls Race 7 ------------------------------------ 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Row 1 .... Evolution A Row 2 .... Junior A Row 3 .... Junior B Row 4 .... Evolution Senior A Row 5 .... Evolution B Row 6 .... Junior C, Junior Girls Row 7 .... Vintage, Evolution Senior B Row 8 .... Sportsman Row 9 .... Beginner Race 8 ------------------------------------ 3:45 PM – 5:15 PM Row 1 .... Quad AA Row 2 .... Quad A Row 3 .... Quad B Open Row 4 .... Quad +30 Row 5 .... Vet Quad, Senior Quad Row 6 .... Quad 0-400, Super Senior Quad Row 7 .... Quad C Open Row 8 .... Wom Quad, Wom Vet Quad, Mast Quad Row 9 .... Quad Utility Open, Quad Junior

Spark arrestors are required for all competition machines – except Peewees

NO Ground Campfires!!!

BC’s Cook Shack Fri pm-Sun am

GPS Coordinates N27.273961, W82.12526 40715 Clay Gully Road, Myakka City, FL

Fun Run- Saturday $10 per person

For more information, contact Randy Faul (863) 244-3709

Swap Meet- Sat & Sun

YOU WILL BE INSPECTED NO PASS, NO REFUND

50/50 Raffle (Benefits Club Scholarship Fund)

FTR transponders are required for scoring They are available at signup for $30

Sunday Schedule Signup & Tech (Saturday) .... 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM Signup & Tech (Sunday) ...... 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM Practice ................................8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Riders Meeting (at starting line) ...........10:15 AM

SOUTHBOUND I-75 take St Rd 70 east to Sugar Bowl Rd. NORTHBOUND I-75 take St Rd 72 east to Sidell Road. WESTBOUND take St Rd 70 to Sugar Bowl Rd.

Race 1 ------------------------- 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM Row 1 .... Vet A, Senior A Row 2 .... Super Senior A Row 3 .... Master A Row 4 .... Vet B Row 5 .... Senior B Row 6 .... Super Senior B, Women A Row 7 .... Golden Master A Row 8 .... Master B Row 9 .... Vet C Row 10... Senior C Row 11... Super Senior C Row 12... G Mast B, Women B, Women Vet Row 13... Master C, Class 66

Arcadia

Race 2 ---------------------------- 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Row 1 .... AA Row 2 .... A Open Row 3 .... A 250, A 200 Row 4 .... B Open Row 5 .... B 250 Row 6 .... B 200 Row 7 .... C Open Row 8 .... C 250 Row 9 .... C 200

Riders are responsible for correct colors, numbers, and letters – see chart at right. Riders and guests are responsible for following all FTR rules.

AMA AND FTR MEMBERSHIPS REQUIRED – AVAILABLE AT SIGNUP Name _________________________________ Class ________________ Bike #__________ Address _____________________________ City ______________ State _____ Zip ________ FTR # ____________________ Age _________ Make M/C _________________ cc ________ Phone # ___________________________________ AMA # ___________________________ THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT – READ IT BEFORE SIGNING I HEREBY GIVE UP ALL MY RIGHTS TO SUE OR MAKE ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OR ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER AGAINST THE PROMOTERS, SPONSORS, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS, PARTICIPANTS OR ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING OR CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR INJURY TO PROPERTY OR PERSON I MAY SUFFER, INCLUDING CRIPPLING INJURY OR DEATH WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON EVENT PREMISES. I KNOW THE RISKS OF DANGER TO MYSELF AND MY PROPERTY WHILE PREPARING FOR AND PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENT AND WHILE UPON THE EVENT PREMISES AND, RELYING UPON MY OWN JUDGMENT AND ABILITY, ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS OF LOSS AND HEREBY AGREE TO REIMBURSE ALL COSTS TO THOSE PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS EVENT FOR DAMAGES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF MY NEGLIGENCE. THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT

THIS IS A RELEASE ________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF PARENT (REQUIRED OF ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE)

CLUB USE ONLY CLUB $ ____________ MEMB $ ___________ TRAN $ ____________ T-SHIRTS __________ TOTAL $ ____________

96 db MAX sound limit-You may be tested Tether switches are required for all Quads

Saturday Class Age Junior A........................... (13 to 16) Junior B........................... (13 to 16) Junior C .......................... (13 to 16) Junior Girls...................... (13 to 16) Mini A................................ (9 to 14) Mini B ............................... (9 to 14) Mini C ............................... (9 to 14) Mini Girls ........................... (9 to 14) 65A ................................... (8 to 12) 65B ................................... (8 to 12) 65C ................................... (8 to 12) 65Girls .............................. (8 to 12) Peewee A ...........................(thru 8) Peewee B ...........................(thru 8) Peewee C ...........................(thru 8) Sportsman..............................(13+) Beginner ................................(13+) Quad Junior .................... (13 to 15) Quad Super Peewee A ...... (6 to 12) Quad Super Peewee B ...... (6 to 12) Quad Peewee A .................. (4 to 8) Quad Peewee B .................. (4 to 8)

Plate Color Black Black Black Black White White White White Green Green Green Green White White White Blue White White Green Green White White

Ltr A B C G A B C G A B C G A B C

A B A B

Ltr/Nr Color White White White White Black Black Black Black White White White White Black Black Black Black Black Black White White Black Black

If you ride in a class above, you are NOT PERMITTED to ride on Sunday. Vintage................................... (13+) White V Black Evolution A.............................(13+) Yellow A Black Evolution B.............................(13+) Yellow B Black Evolution Senior A.................. (40+) Green A White Evolution Senior B.................. (40+) Green B White Quad AA ...............................(16+) Red AA White Quad A................................... (16+) White A Black Quad Open B .........................(16+) White B Black Quad Open C .........................(16+) White C Black Quad 0-400 ............................(16+) Yellow Black Quad +30 ...............................(30+) Red White Veteran Quad.........................(35+) Red V White Senior Quad ...........................(40+) Black White Super Senior Quad................. (45+) Black X White Master Quad ..........................(50+) Green White Quad Utility ............................(16+) White X Black Women Quad .........................(16+) Blue White Women Veteran Quad ............(35+) Blue V White Sunday AA..........................................(13+) A Open................................... (13+) A 250 .....................................(13+) A 200 .....................................(13+) B Open................................... (13+) B 250 .....................................(13+) B 200 .....................................(13+) C Open .................................. (13+) C 250 .....................................(13+) C 200 .....................................(13+) Veteran A ...............................(35+) Veteran B ...............................(35+) Veteran C...............................(35+) Senior A ................................. (40+) Senior B ................................. (40+) Senior C ................................. (40+) Super Senior A.......................(45+) Super Senior B.......................(45+) Super Senior C.......................(45+) Master A ................................(50+) Master B ................................(50+) Master C ................................(50+) Golden Master A ....................(58+) Golden Master B ....................(58+) Class 66 ................................. (66+) Women A ................................ 13+) Women B ...............................(13+) Women Veteran .....................(40+)

Red AA Yellow A Green A Black A Yellow B Green B Black B Yellow C Green C Black C Red A Red B Red C Green A Green B Green C White A White B White C Blue A Blue B Blue C Black A Black B Black X Yellow A Yellow B Yellow V

White Black White White Black White White Black White White White White White White White White Black Black Black White White White White White White Black Black Black

Bike/Quad Requirements Junior – 86-200cc 2-stroke, 126-250cc 4-stroke Mini A – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” – 19” Mini B, C, & G – 0-85cc 2-stroke, 86-150cc 4-stroke 17” 65 Classes – 51-65cc Peewee – 50cc auto Beginner, Sportsman, Specialty Class – 0-Open cc Quad Junior – 91-200cc 2-stroke, 91-300cc 4-stroke Quad Super Peewee – 51-90cc Quad Peewee – 50cc Vintage – pre 1975 Evolution – pre 1988, air cooled, drum brakes Classes, numbers/backgrounds, bike sizes and requirements here are for reference only. The rulebook takes precedence and should be referenced to ensure all rules are being followed.


Rider Representatives

Kevin Moyer photo

Hare Scrambles:

Motocross:

AA/A Jonathan Belle,

AA/A Dave Johnson, (863) 660-4459

(813) 240-6022 jbelle34@gmail.com

B/C Vacant

davidj@mullinginsurance.com

B/C Ray Spudeck, (850) 274-9961 ray@teamjurassic.com

Specialty A & B Danny Kittell

Specialty A/B Steve Loomis,

Specialty C, Women Kerri

Specialty C, Women Joe Steidl,

Saturday Riders Kurt Lucas,

Quad Dwayne Sprenger,

(727) 244-7299 jeremypowell88@hotmail.com Chambers, (863) 956-9140 jekchambers@aol.com (786) 385-7771 ktmx16@gmail.com

(407) 467-8290 steveloomis848@earthlink.net (352) 494-6944 drtbkj@msn.com

(772) 571-8199 fellsmerefeed@aol.com

Quad Kayla Vawter, (863) 381-2649 vawter1105yahoo.com

AA/A Matt Ludwig, (727) 424-3532

The 2012/2013 FTR Rulebook is now available online

B/C Mike Ludwig, (727) 510-9295

DOWNLOAD NOW

Enduro:

cdlover90@hotmail.com MLgamer4@aol.com

Specialty A & B Doug Ludwig, (727) 510-9295 dougludsig8@aol.com

Specialty C, Women Allen Pearce, (352) 339-5644 allen.pearce@cox.net

The FTR Rulebook is the official manual of rules and regulations Find the rulebook by visiting the FTR website on floridatrailriders.org.


FLORIDA TR AIL RIDERS Elected Officers

President: Ford Snodgrass,

president@floridatrailriders.org (941) 915-9894

Vice President: Brooks Tomblin, vicepresidentfloridatrailriders.org (386) 615-0493

Secretary: Kayla Vawter,

secretaryfloridatrailriders.org (863) 381-2649

Enduro: Lee Daley

enduroref@floridatrailriders.org (321) 631-4406

Hare Scrambles: Donny Richardson

hsref@floridatrailriders.org (727) 235-2051

Motocross: Sean Fitzgerald

Treasurer: Daniel White,

treasurerfloridatrailriders.org (407) 480-1059

Chairpersons

Enduros: Jeremy Powell endurochairfloridatrailriders.org (904) 225-3176 Hare Scrambles: Mike Belle hschairfloridatrailriders.org (813) 963-0657 Motocross: Rick Dreggors mxchairfloridatrailriders.org (407) 862-6878

Referees

mxref@floridatrailriders.org (352) 455-4029

Scorekeepers Enduro: Ken Stephenson

enduroscore@floridatrailriders.org (321) 453-0638

Hare Scrambles: Donald St. John

hsscore@floridatrailriders.org (912) 729-1089

Motocross: Ken Kloza

mxscore@floridatrailriders.org (305) 849-1707

Hare Scrambles Scoring Database Maintenance:

Tim Nordle (352) 303-0088 score.n.it.4.ftr@gmail.com


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FTR Board of Directors

by County:

Area #1: Rocky Gavins, 290 East Palmer Mill Road Monticello, FL 32344 , blgavins@aol.com (850) 5459945 Counties: Out-of-State, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin, Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Dixie Area #2: David Davis, 426 NW Indian Ridge Lane, Lake City, FL 32055, Gatrbait66@gmail.com (386) 3650890 Counties: Hamilton, Suwannee, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Nassau, Duval, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns Area #3: Dylan Galbreath, 810 Crest View North Wildwood, FL 34785, Dgal712@gmail.com (352) 3301911 Counties: Gilchrist, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Citrus, Sumter, Lake Area #4: Chad Hunter, 408 Grove St. Ormond Beach, FL 32174, chunter@islandshutter.com Counties: Flagler, Volusia

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Area #8: Sam Boydstun, 1410 Gleneagles Way, Rockledge, FL 32955 woodsracer@cfl.rr.com Counties: Brevard, Indian River

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Area #9: Kevin Vaughan, 7397 Manthey Ave. North Port, FL 34291 Vaughan10@verizon.net (941) 426-5122 Counties: Manatee, Sarasota, Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands Area #10: Jonathan Campbell, 6008 Tangelo Drive Fort Pierce, FL 34982, Jonathan.soup@gmail.com (918) 261-9770 Counties: Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin Area #11: Ed Lukosavich, 6655 Bottlebrush Lane Naples, Fl 34109, jackpinner@aol.com (239) 253-2333 Counties: Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, Collier Area #12: Kyle McAfee, 572 Santa Fe Road West Palm Beach, FL 33406, Rkyle914@aol.com (561) 722-1318 Counties: Palm Beach

Area #13: Paul Lucas, 7500 SW 171st St. Miami, FL 33157, happytimesamuse@msn.com (305) 244-7531 Area #6: Kerri Chambers, PO Box 231, Auburndale Counties: Broward, Dade, Monroe FL 33823, jekchambers@aol.com (863) 956-9140 Counties: East Hillsborough, Polk Area #7: Bill Jenkins, Jr., 13519 Lacebark Pine Road, Orlando, FL 32832, ford3233@aol.com Counties: Seminole, Orange, Osceola


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2. Azalea City Motorcycle Club - Gary Wyatt, Interlachen, FL (386) 684-2698, wyattg1@windstream.net

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3. Big Scrub Trail Riders - John Hawkins, (352) 516-6903, jamohawkins@embarqmail.com

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4. Central Florida Trail Riders - Kevin Simmons, Orlando, FL (407) 859-3006 or (407) 625-3006, kwsjso@bellsouth.net 5. Columbia Enduro Riders - Ricky Dennis, Columbia, SC (803) 786-0051, mastercraft@bellsouth.net

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6. Daytona Dirt Riders - Randy Griffin, New Smyrna Beach, FL (386) 423-4302, harescram755x@aol.com

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7. Family Riders, Inc. - Johnny Thomas, 1 Venice Ave, Hanahan, SC, (843) 553-1463, familyriderssc@bellsouth.net 8. Greenville Enduro Riders Association - Duane Wellington, Laurens, SC (864) 908-6109, lcwell@prtcnet.com 9. Old School Dirt Riders - Ron Collis, Myakka City, FL (941) 962-5036, rjcollis@mailmt.com 10. Palm Beach Trail & Trail - Randy Rash, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (954) 931-5709, motodadfla19@aol.com

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11. Perry Mountain M/C - Glenn Hollingshead, Selma, AL (334) 872-0619, hhollingsh@msn.com 12. Nature Coast Trail Blazers - Paul Ladouceur (352) 279-4911, paul@spectrumvoice-data.com 13. River City Dirt Riders - rcdr.org - Mundy Murzic, Jacksonville, FL (904) 465-2013, mundyspro@bellsouth.net 14. Sarasota Area Dirt Riders - sadraracing.com - Randy Faul, Arcadia, FL (863) 494-6476, randt817@gmail.com 15. Sarasota Area Quad Riders - Amanda Fronckowiak, Venice, FL (941) 223-6974, ajc7191@comcast.net 16. Southeast Florida Trail Riders - seftr.org - Frank Campbell, West Palm Beach, FL (561) 722-1321, seftr35@yahoo.com

17. Sumter Enduro Riders - Johnny McCoy, Sumter, SC (803) 481-5169, jmccoy@sc.rr.com 18. Suncoast Trail Blazers - Brian Coughlin, Tampa, FL (813) 908-9008, bcoughl2@tampabay.rr.com 19. Sunrunners M/C - Jack Terrell, Auburndale, FL (863) 984-9294, jackt@nohvcc.org 20. Tallahassee Trail Riders - tallahasseetrailriders.org - Rocky Gavins, Tallahassee, FL (850) 545-9945, blgavins@aol.com 21. Treasure Coast Trail Riders - Scott Klucinec, Vero Beach, FL (772) 473-3801, bronc3@comcast.net

Kevin Moyer photo

1. Apollo Motorcycle Club - apollomotorcycleclub.com - Jim Rollyson, Cocoa, FL (321) 917-6845, oldjimdandy@bellsouth. net


2012-2013 FTR Schedule Section Title

Visit www.floridatrailriders.org for up-to-date race info or call (352) 538-6291

Red indicates multiple race weekend

2012 Champion August 12 MX #1/Bostwick Creek MX August 19 BSTR Enduro #1/Lochloosa Tyler Trammell September 2 Greenville Enduro #2/Whitmire, SC Tyler Trammell Sept. 22 & 23 CFTR Hare Scrambles #1/Bartow Garrett Edmisten October 7 Suncoast Enduro #3/Brooksville Tyler Trammell October 21 MX #2/Mesa Park MX October 27 & 28 DDR Hare Scrambles #2/Ormond Beach Garrett Edmisten November 4 Perry Mountain Enduro #4/Maplesville, AL Tyler Trammell November 4 MX #3/Dade City MX Nov. 10 & 11 Sunrunners Hare Scrambles #3/Bartow Garrett Edmisten December 1 & 2 OSDR Hare Scrambles #4/Myakka City December 9 MX #4/Bithlo Motorsports Dec.15 & 16 PBTTR Hare Scrambles #5/Okeechobee 2013 January 5 & 6 January 12 & 13 January 26 & 27 February 2 & 3 February 10 February 16 & 17 February 24 March 2 & 3 March 3 March 10 March 17 March 23 & 24 March 31 April 13 & 14 April 27 & 28 May 5 May 5 May 11 & 12 May 19 May 19 June 2

Suncoast Hare Scrambles #6/Mondon Hill Azalea City MC Hare Scrambles #7/Bostwick SEFTR Benefit Hare Scrambles #8/Okeechobee TCTR Hare Scrambles #9/Brighton MX #5/Reddick - Motocross of Marion Cty SADRA Hare Scrambles #10/Sarasota CFTR Enduro #5/Richloam Hare Scrambles Committee: BSTR Hare Scrambles #11/Gatorback Sandlapper Enduro #6/Salley, SC January 5, 2013 March 2, 2013 DDR Alligator Enduro #7/Daytona Beach March 23, 2013 MX #6/Sunshine MX (S a n c t i o n m e e t i n g ) NCTB Hare Scrambles #12/Dade City Enduro MX #7/Dade City MX C o mmittee: TTR Hare Scrambles #13/Chipley May 4, 2013 RCDR Hare Scrambles #14/Maxville (S a n c t i o n m e e t i n g ) Apollo Enduro #8/Samsula MX #8/Sunshine MX Board of Rain Date Directors: Benefit Enduro #9/Heart Island Februar y 9, 2013 March 17, 2013 MX #9/Waldo Motorsports May 18, 2013 MX #10/Mesa Park MX

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