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Dale@AGP
06-27-2007, 04:47 PM
For all those that missed our June 17th AGP race at NA Warhorse...youŐll have another chance to ride what might be one of the sweetest cross country course in Eastern PA.

ThatŐs right! After 2 years of working the mountain behind NA WarHorse we think we finally have a course that the riders like. So to start off...the NEW course is 7+ miles, with most of it being a traditional woods style cross country course. We added additional spectating areas over near the hill climb, just before the famed Moon Rock. Again AGP will be offering the best trophies around with our famed 12Óx15Ó GNCC style plaques.

Also: If you have friends that donŐt want to race, but would like to run sweep tell them to bring their machine and they can hang out in the woods where the great action is going to be!

Sunday July 8th start times are as follows:

Youth Minicycle 9:00AM

Youth Quad 10:15 AM

Adult Motorcycle 11:30 AM

Adult Quad 1:30PM

Again, thanks for the support and I hope to see you all there Sunday July 8th.

For more information: http://atlanticgrandprix.com

Dale

JJDog
07-01-2007, 10:10 PM
Sounds great Dale -- I'll definitely be there and hopefully will be joined by a new rider or two.

For those viewers in the NJ/PA/NY/CT area who haven't tried an AGP race (or a cross country race), I'd highly recommend giving the AGP a try. In my opinion the tracks that Dale puts together are better those in most of the other competing series, and he's constantly trying to improve the series. Hope to see some of you out there.

mike nash
07-06-2007, 06:45 AM
Is anyone from this site going to to be going to this race for the first time this Sunday? Last year Ralph was covering the races with photos and reports.
Well hope to see some fresh faces Sunday.See ya there,Mike.:macho

gbcap
07-06-2007, 07:33 AM
ill be there if nothing breaks at the koontz series race saturday.

Blizzard24
07-06-2007, 08:57 PM
Guys this series is just waiting to bust open, everything is in place for this series to take off. electronic scoring, quad friendly (Very quad friendly) Awesome tracks, varied terrains (Unlike some District tracks that have you running zig zags through fields). GNCC pros attending events and a great bunch of racers in all classes.
Come out and check it out, I have raced some local district events and they dont even come close to courses the AGP has put on unless your idea of XC racing is running tape through 10 acres of fields and seeing who can do that the fastest!!!!!! Up for the challenge of real XC Racing? Rocks? Mud? Sand? Roots? Hills? Creek Crossings? Tight woods? Fire Roads? Then check this series out, or are ya just SKEEEERED!

sparta4188
07-12-2007, 12:17 PM
i was there. that was my first race i have ever been to. it was awesome. I walked the whole track with my dad went over that little bridge thought the little mud and everything. when you are on that straight away the high way was like 20 ft from that long straight away. i got there around noon in a red Lexus it was me and my dad going to see one of my dads workers race his name is Brian. when we got there i wasn't very impressed with the dirt bike. i saw a trails bike and i was like :eek2: !!
most of the dirt bikers were kinda slow and i could beat most of them. 3 guys stopped on their 3rd lap for about 15mins and i talked to them and there were really tired. it seemed a little bit rocky but i have been over far worse!!! I was more impressed with the quads tho, the top 3 people were really fast and the person in 2nd was a girl!! she was a great rider tho. The quads went a lot faster than the dirtbikes. All in all it was a great race and i really had alot of fun :D :D :D

mike nash
07-12-2007, 12:32 PM
Glad you made it to the race.The girl you seen was Stefanie Verkade who races in the GNCC's.There will be another race there on the 22nd.

gbcap
07-12-2007, 12:59 PM
the quads were actually 2 minutes slower a lap then then quads. you must not have walked the whole track if you didn't think it was rocky. i rode the entire thing before the races started and it is def rocky. not horrible, but close to the rockiest i have ever been on.

bikes look like they are going slower but are really flying.

Dale@AGP
07-12-2007, 06:38 PM
Originally posted by gbcap
the quads were actually 2 minutes slower a lap then then quads. you must not have walked the whole track if you didn't think it was rocky. i rode the entire thing before the races started and it is def rocky. not horrible, but close to the rockiest i have ever been on.


Rocks...That's why PA riders are so fast in the GNCCs

Dale:D

gbcap
07-13-2007, 08:24 AM
oh i excel in rocks till i loose bike parts. haha.

i love rocks. its kinda like mud. it evens the playing feild cause you can't just go balls to the wall and the one with the biggest balls wins. i don't like those races.

Dale@AGP
07-13-2007, 08:17 PM
Ya, you just have to ride smart!

Dale