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The last 3 months has been crazy busy for myself! Between traveling for schools, working on bikes and trying get my track up to par. I have been swamped! Here are a few pics of the track. It has options for all levels. Ruts, Flat corners, bowl corners, rhythm section, kids track and an open space for drills.







 
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When is it open for buisness?????


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those ruts are sick. looks like a brakesnake might come in handy!
 
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I need to come hang your billboard!!!

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How much land is this built on and what is the lap time?
 
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Next week my schedule is opening back up.
Shoot me an email.
eric@ewmxschools.com
 
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Its not a huge track. But its technical with many options. To build riders techniques, not wad up on high speed sections.

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How much land is this built on and what is the lap time?
 
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Its not a huge track. But its technical with many options. To build riders techniques, not wad up on high speed sections.

That sounds like me! When can I come see.
 
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You can not come see KW. But you can come ride some night!

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Its not a huge track. But its technical with many options. To build riders techniques, not wad up on high speed sections.

That sounds like me! When can I come see.
 
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Humm...EW, I'm afraid that might conflict with my MXPPA "never race again" clause.

Once a racer always a racer!
 
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I walked Erics track with him a couple of weeks ago and will say that it is a great setup for training. Lots of good sections to work on and it has something for every skill level of rider. I wish I had that in my back yard.
 
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Well my son and i went to Eric's on wendsday to train at his track(well i was just there to ride). we really liked the setup.Very techincal with lots of diffrent stuff to work on.As usual Eric was giving me pointers even know i was just there to ride(complete with a threat of pushups if i drag my back foot again out of a corner).Had a great time and Eric really had the boy and I railing those rutted corners.It started with a challenge to drag our foot pegs.Then he moved on to challege my son to drag his handle bars.Didnt quite get there.Anybody looking to train by the hour i engourage you to go.He is alot more centraly located then i thought he was.....


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Sounds like a good place, EW's Track I mean, and sounds like you had fun but EW's always giving pointers and (fer me) demanding push-ups. I think he might hold a grudge or something. Maybe not.

Peg dragging's good but bar dragging's better. If yer doing anything close to that then credits to you. I've been trying to do that trick since 1976. Been close enough to call it but not so to say "I'm Pro". Someday, Maybe, It could happen.

Me and Rodger D. Someday...It could happen.
 
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Heres a few pics to drool on!

Devon Kessman railing!





Trevor "Monster Man" Hosmer jumping the stepdown on the 65.


Shay Campbell tripling out of the rythem section.















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I need to sign up! I'm tired of getting crap for sitting to early and having my elbows down... Aaron keeps on putting in thankless plugs so next spring I will have to step up. Big Grin

Track looks good!
 
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My track is done until spring. I was hopping it would dry out but its just too wet.
 
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Eric,
You going to be available for training during the Arenacross practices at monroe?????


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Too wet? Haha we almost needed a boat to get out there to tarp your dirt pile. I can't wait for it to dry out and get a few pointers for me and the nephew.


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Ive been super busy with training at my track. Heres a few pics from yesterday.

















 
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