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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Lake Iroquois Ice Day

This past Sunday was a great ice riding day on Lake Iroquois. The weather was perfect, mid 20's but bright and sunny, the ice was still rock hard. We had to modify our road course, ice fishermen had drilled holes on our back straight and water had flooded that portion of the track, making it a little too dangerous for the plow to clear, so Rees plowed a detour to the return loop. It was still a fun and fast road course and we spent most of the day riding it. There were 11 bikes running, with well over 20 people taking turns riding.
After about 45 minutes of open road course riding, we took a break and rode the oval. The road course actually starts and finishes on the oval, so it was deemed too dangerous to have mixed use. Riding the oval is great practice for racing dirt ovals, and for a lot of riders it's their only chance to try it.



Rees on the oval, preparing for a right turn onto the road course

The back section of the road course

Charlie turning onto the road course



Rees turning onto the road course, view from the inside of the oval

Matt

Joe (I think)...

Rees entering the road course, view from standing on the oval

Charlie on the road course

Tanner

Aaron, Amanda and Charlie on his KTM

This is Neil riding my bike

Matt




Aaron, Matt & Neil

Parking in the center of the Oval

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