The question is not what you look at...but what you see...
~Henry David Thoreau
what a lame website. nothing works.
Who care's about the site, first North American TT race in AGES, and in Canada TOO!. Sanctioned road racing is a awe-inspiring side to the sport. I hope more get developed following the success of it in Cape Breton (I predict it will be huge and many a sport bike will be lining the spectating spaces ) and if it wasn't all the way across the continent I'd be there watching it.
Isnt this a repost of the discussion thats been going on the past week. I think the other post is called the same thing. Took me by suprise i was like what where the hell did all the replies go?
Here's the original thread:
Since that original thread I've arranged my vacation time to go. It'lll be a great event; my family's there; I know the roads and I know this particular course is worth riding - whether in the race or on any other day. All I have to do now is figure out how to get me and my bike there; riding the whole way isn't an option.
I've heard mumblings [maybe from me? ] that someone [maybe me?] might take a crack at arranging a group shipment [read: 20 bikes piled atop each other in a '78 Ford F-150]. Given my plan isn't the best and unlikely to attract participants I'm hoping others with experience at coordinating such misadventures will step forward. Either way, it'll be a great race and a good time...
It's not the number of breaths you take but the moments that leave you breathless.