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5/21/2018 9:04:30 PM
Topic:
2018 KTM 250xc parts

razornpc
razornpc
Posts: 59
Tusk billet clutch cover $50
V-force 4 reed valve $70
Keihin 36 carb with cable and housing $200
SRT pipe new $100
SRT pipe used $75
SRT radiator braces $100
FMF Turbine core silencer $75
Scott's steering stabilizer stem for OTB $75
Scott's otb stabilizer bar mount $50


All these parts have 19 hour's or less on them. Bike only has 24 hours total.


Text me @ 515-979-9378
5/15/2018 2:22:03 PM
Topic:
KREFT SUSPENSION CC FORKS LINKAGE SHOCK KTM 11-14

rgerding
rgerding
Posts: 324
Need these gone. Collecting dust and taking up space in my garage. $1000...anyone?
4/7/2018 8:22:32 AM
Topic:
Soggy bottom cancelled!!!!!! Again

jordan
jordan
Posts: 31
Good morning racers. As much as this hurts to do, we are cancelling soggy bottoms again. With the weather and temps that hit us, which I think we could of Hillbilly up'd and powered through. We've also got half of our AWESOME team out with the flu!!! And there's no way that we can put a great event together for everyone with out A full team. So please have a wonderful weekend and stay safe out there.
4/7/2018 8:22:32 AM
Topic:
Soggy bottom cancelled!!!!!! Again

jordan
jordan
Posts: 31
Good morning racers. As much as this hurts to do, we are cancelling soggy bottoms again. With the weather and temps that hit us, which I think we could of Hillbilly up'd and powered through. We've also got half of our AWESOME team out with the flu!!! And there's no way that we can put a great event together for everyone with out A full team. So please have a wonderful weekend and stay safe out there.
4/5/2018 5:07:13 PM
Topic:
RACE THIS WEEKEND is ON - SOGGY BOTTOM

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
WOOOOOHHOOOO.....little wake up call for everyone. Our FINAL round of the HBGP series is THIS weekend April 8th at Soggy Bottom MX riding park. It is brought to you by Smokin Bobs BQ in Springfield and is going to be sweet. ALL directions and info on the schedule page. All times are back to normal. Pretty much every class is still up in the air on who gets what for the year end. Remember racers, we only score your best 6 races of 7 for points. So here your chance to up your score if you need one for class position. I know weatherman is trying to mess with us BUT we are watching on it and it going to take ALOT of snow and ice for me to cancel this one. Its time to finish this season off the Hillbilly WAY any how LOL. So get them bikes prepped and lets go!!
3/20/2018 10:01:30 PM
Topic:
CORRECT DIRECTIONS to Round 6 Peace Valley

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
Ok, over on my schedule page the directions to site got messed up somehow (barely) here is how they are supposed to read..


From Peace Valley On HWY W go east approx 3/4 mile(NOT 3 miles)


Turn NORTH on CR3390(red dirt road)


Go approx 1 mile turn right on CR2000


Go approx 2 miles entrance on left


NOTE: no matter where your coming from I would HIGHLY recommend coming down HWY 63 South to go through Pomona to get to Peace Valley. Even from St. Louis direction it looks way faster than back roading it. Plus do not try to get to race sitegoing south out of Mountain View through back roads, there is a bridge out. Best bet is through Pomona to Peace Valley.
3/20/2018 9:10:46 PM
Topic:
IMPORTANT RACE DAY SCHEDULE CHANGE MILLER BIG 12

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
ATTENTION RACERS:


Because of the "virgin" condition of the BRAND new race course we are SWITCHING the schedule around JUST for this RACE only! So PLEASE, tell everyone you know, I don't want anyone to miss this. So here is weekend NEW Schedule of EVENTS


*Saturday March 24th: NO RIDING, walking and hiking course perfectly ok


*Signup Open 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M Saturday March 24th


*Sunday March 25 Day Schedule


*8:00 a.m. Signup opens(PM racers and Peewees First)


*9:15 a.m. Practice opens(PM RACERS ONLY) closes at 10:15 a.m.


*10:30 a.m Riders meeting at signup trailer


*PLEASE NOTE!! PM race STARTS at 11:00 a.m./PM RACE STARTS at 11:00 a.m(1 hour 40 minutes)


*PEEWEE racers be in your Corrals at 1:00 ready for your practice


*AM RACERS practice starts approx 1:15(after the PeeWees start their practice)


*Peewee Races start approx 1:45 p.m.(30 minutes)


*AM RACE approx 2:30 p.m.(1 hour 20 minutes)


Peewees and PM race Trophy Presentation after AM Starts race


AM race Trophy Presentation after race approx 4:30 ish




PLEASE SHARE WITH EVERYONE
3/20/2018 7:58:26 PM
Topic:
Millers BIG 12 March 25th RACE this weekend!

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
Alright boys and girls we FINALLY might get to have this race! River is down right now and everyone keep their fingers crossed that the slight chance of rain this weekend is just a dust settler! We will just have to wait and see! So as of now, we are going for it, but if river comes up we will have to play it by ear. We have worked on this BRAND NEW race site for last 2 months and FINALLY got some tires on it last week! And have to say...it was AWESOME! This property was 100% virgin, completely, not one foot of any kind of trail through the woods. So we were able to cut the joint exactly how we want. This way we made everything super spectator friendly for parking, start line, pits and BOTH separate peewee courses. And speaking of them, we have a .6 mile 8 and under course and a 1.2 mile Peewee Pro course which is EASILY one of our best we have every made. Easy spectating for all parents on this one! Now onto the BIG bike courses........A.M. loop is 4.5 miles and we have a 1.5 mile P.M. section added to that. Now onto the course and terrain........I love it!!! Simply put, we are putting the HILL back into Hillbilly GP on this one. Remember, this is a totally VIRGIN trail, it literally has 5 or 6 of us riding for 2 hours on it to see if we could break it in. That being said, this place is mostly gravel, tons of elevation(up and down), very little(if none) ledge rock, "Colorados", small spud cut sections, big flowey woods on tops of the mountains and of course with mountains comes VIRGIN off camber. So if your in to the "cookie cutter" EASY harescramble courses that your mom could navigate on a PW50 with nothing to challenge you as a rider.....THIS IS NOT your race lol. You WILL be challenged. Not trying to scare anyone off, but AGAIN, this is totally virgin trail with some serious ups and downs AND off camber that needs a shelf. Its all really pretty smooth, BUT you need to respect the off camber to stay on it, getting off of it might deem a little challenging to get back on wink, wink. BUT for me, riding this kind of track is so refreshing...challenging yes, but little slower in the off camber, little technical on climbing bulldozer Mtn, flowey big fun woods on top of Bulldozer Mtn and then dropping down "Fred Flintstone" will keep you on your toes. Old school baby!!!!! Oh and for you PM racers there is Salamander Hill you get to go up(she is tough) but VERY wide to make passes where you need to. Your reward of getting up that beast is 1.2 miles of Timmys Woods........Flat, Douglas Fur Woods, bike carving, pine needle heaven!!!! I could just ride it over and over....it is SAWEET. NOW with all this said, being VIRGIN track completely I am going to SWAP the AM/PM start times. PM RACERS will go FIRST at 11:00 and AM RACERS will race at 3:00. We are doing this to let the PM guys burn the new track in.....trust me AM racers, you will appreciate it. So spread the word, but I will post a simple RACE Day Schedule here in a bit to make it simple. So looking forward to getting back to HBGP racing and bringing back the "old school" to the circuit. Going to be EPIC.....if your tough enough LOL.
3/16/2018 6:27:31 PM
Topic:
Arkansas Trails

oldmandave59
oldmandave59
Posts: 1230
Heading to Moccasin gap Tuesday and then to Brock Creek Friday to Sunday.
3/16/2018 7:04:01 AM
Topic:
Arkansas Trails

mike pierce
mike pierce
Posts: 285
https://byrdsadventurecenter.com/
3/14/2018 11:17:41 AM
Topic:
Arkansas Trails

Just4dirt
Just4dirt
Posts: 11
Wow, thanks for all the info Dave. I almost want to take the family now, well, almost.
3/14/2018 6:09:02 AM
Topic:
Arkansas Trails

oldmandave59
oldmandave59
Posts: 1230
http://www.wfotrailriders.com/showthread.php?tid=870
3/12/2018 10:24:06 AM
Topic:
Arkansas Trails

Just4dirt
Just4dirt
Posts: 11
Other than white rock, where is the best riding in AR. Buckhorn area or mac's pines anything other than wide open trails?
3/11/2018 10:38:38 AM
Topic:
Beta 430 First Ride Jason's Playgrounds

oldmandave59
oldmandave59
Posts: 1230
3/11/2018 10:38:03 AM
Topic:
Beta 430 First Ride Jason's Playgrounds

oldmandave59
oldmandave59
Posts: 1230
3/11/2018 10:37:26 AM
Topic:
Beta 430 First Ride Jason's Playgrounds

oldmandave59
oldmandave59
Posts: 1230



Dave Brooks Took it easy first lap with Mikey and Keith, but second lap was a hot lap and was getting it down, the Beta felt real light and the cornering was like auto cornering. The bike was balanced perfect and just took the corners like a dream. The Rekluse was set up perfect and got used to and liking immediately being able to concentrate on the corners forgetting the clutch making you faster in the corner. When it came to the gnarly hill climbs, the bike just gave you the confidence and torque that said just try the hard route and the torque just kept the front end light any time you pulled the throttle, but complete control keeping front wheel where you wanted it. The power was just right, 3rd and 4th gear wheelie's with twist of the throttle.. Came to what was a table top last time on trail at end and table top was missing and you couldn't tell until about 3/4 the way up the ramp so I panic revved and caught just enough traction off the top to get front wheel up and land about 30 feet past it. It was one of those bikes that Doug Roberts quoted, (it's like cheating) racing it. I was not worn out trying to handle the bike, it just flowed easy and after 2 laps you I wanted to do more because it did not wear me out.,
3/6/2018 10:24:47 PM
Topic:
Millers BIG 12 Race Postponed

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
Well just not our year with the old weatherman. I am just hoping he is getting it out of his system for next year LOL. BUT, thanks to 7 inches of rain in the last 2 weeks and a creek and river going right through the Miller Big 12 race site we have no choice but to postpone the race for this weekend March 11th. The River and creek is up and and non negotiable. PLUS they are calling for more rain this weekend.....can't buy a break. BUT, this property is so big, virgin and unique it will SO be worth it when we DO actually get to race it. We are rescheduling the event for March 25th(as long as the rivers is down). Now this is where it gets REAL weird......we also have our 2nd round of the MSHC series scheduled for that day so we will be postponing it to later this summer. Now before anyone gets thoughts of us booting the MSHC round for the HBGP round let me explain. I am pretty sure we will STILL not be able to get across the 11 point river(its DEEP now) on the 25th BUT we have a 4.5 mile loop on this side of the river that does go through a little creek(that is too deep currently for this weekend to race) but I believe will be passable by the 25th. SOOOO.....HBGP being split between AM/PM races we can pull off a 4.5 mile course because there will only be half the racers on the course at a time. But with MSHC all classes race at the same time so we need a minimum of a 7to 8 mile course which we have BUT the other 3 miles of our course is on the OTHER side of the 11 point river...ughhhh. So since we can't use the MSHC course on the 25th we thought we might as well use it on the 25th for the reschedule of this weekends HBGP. Because we can do it without needing the other 3 miles across the river. Boy, bet that was clear as mud. So in short, just a bunch of unwanted rescheduling of 2 races in 2 series because of conditions that we just don't have control with. So please understand we are doing our best to get all this in and trust me, it hurts us just as much as it does you to have to do this. But sadly our hands are tied. But we have put our hearts and souls into this NEW property and definitely want both series to come out and enjoy this, so please don't give up on us and we will get this raced as soon as we possibly can. PLEASE share this with everyone. Sorry for all the trouble, but sometimes weather just is what it is......So fire away with your questions....cause I know there should be lots lol......




So new RESCHEDULED race dates


HBGP Round 6 Millers Big 12 March 11th - postponed


MSHC Round 2 Millers Big 12 March 25th - postponed


HBGP Round 6 Millers Big 12 rescheduled to March 25th


MSHC Round 2 Millers Big 12 rescheduled TBA - probably Sept/Oct(drier season for river)
2/28/2018 12:48:36 PM
Topic:
Millers Big 12 March 11th

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
WOOHOOOOOO!!! I know seems like been forever since we had our last HBGP race BUT the wait is SO going to be worth it! This past weekend we officially hit 17 FULL workdays on the next round THE MILLER 1200. This joint is so special, 1200 acres of completely VIRGIN woods. I mean there wasn't even a walking path, logging road, nothing....nada....to start with. So it has been awesome to lay out 4 completely separate courses for our 2 peewee divisions(right off parking) and AM loop and PM added special loop. Got couple more weekends to finalize everything down there so we will keep you posted. This has been and still is a monumental task so need to thank some volunteers that have sacraficed HUGE free time into making sure this happens......Doug Gardner(SBMX), Scotty Hall, Scott and Ty Johns, SPUDLY!!, Jeff Neatherly and off course Jordan Whitmer(he has no choice LOL) So keep tuned in, got more info coming on this race very soon. Going to make some memories here folks!
edited by Chili Roberts on 3/2/2018
2/28/2018 12:48:01 PM
Topic:
Soggy Bottom Rescheduled

Chili Roberts
Chili Roberts
Administrator
Posts: 417
Thanks Charlie.....I oops on posting that over here.
2/13/2018 9:00:09 PM
Topic:
Soggy Bottom Rescheduled

WR?Racing
WR?Racing
Posts: 44
From Chili on Facebook. "Ok guys and gals.....mark your calendars....Soggy Bottom is reschedule for April 8th!! If it is icing then I flat give up lol. History in the making....HBGP in April!"






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