[MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

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[MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

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Re: [MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

Postby m@ » Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:36 pm

So, pre-registration seems to be closed... any idea whether we can just rock up on the day (open/C grade)?
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Re: [MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

Postby dalai47 » Thu Apr 17, 2014 7:42 pm

Email them. I got a response quickly after I had to cancel my entry due to injury...

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Re: [MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

Postby __PG__ » Mon Apr 21, 2014 10:41 pm

Son had a blast as usual. Had a few crashes (including one in the sand trap). But he's still all smiles and sunshine. I said I took some photos of him and he replied "did you get any of my crashes?"

That's the spirit :lol:
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Re: [MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

Postby Blakeylonger » Tue Apr 29, 2014 12:18 pm

__PG__ wrote:Son had a blast as usual. Had a few crashes (including one in the sand trap). But he's still all smiles and sunshine. I said I took some photos of him and he replied "did you get any of my crashes?"

That's the spirit :lol:


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Re: [MEL] DDCX 2014 - Prologue this Friday (18/4)

Postby m@ » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:33 pm

I had fun on my junker 8-speed hardtail, until the only sprocket that wasn't slipping, did - and over the bars I went :lol:

Spent the remaining few pre-elimination laps hanging off the back and trying to keep rolling while soft-pedalling to avoid the reverse-freewheel effect.

Watching the higher grades was impressive - they don't really slow down much for the barriers!
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