What Do You Like Most?

What type of riding would you like to see at a Damn Yankees Spodefest?

  • Supercross style

    Votes: 6 12.5%
  • Motocross style

    Votes: 6 12.5%
  • Woods/trail riding

    Votes: 32 66.7%
  • Grass tracks

    Votes: 2 4.2%
  • Trials

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sand or gravel pits

    Votes: 1 2.1%
  • Freestyle MX

    Votes: 1 2.1%
  • Flat track

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    48

Papakeith

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#1
I'm kind of curious to see what kind of riding all you "Damn Yankees" would prefer to see at our Spode Fests. Take the poll and let your voice be heard.:)
North Easterners only please.
 
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Had to add FMX to the list for Trigger!:confused:
And another thing.
Don't just vote and leave. Vote then post some information about where you might like to see a fest happen.
 
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Woods is the best type of riding around here. I would like to see the fest around VT, MA, or NH
 

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#6
It's a tie between grass track and woods for me. I voted woods anyway.:)
 

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For those that are curious about why they can only make one choice. . .
I intentionaly left this poll as a single pick because I wanted to get an idea what the favorite single type of riding was. Of the choices I like three or four of them but there is only one that I like above the others. Later on we can have a mixed bag. For now, I'd rather everyone just pick the one type of riding they like best. That way we can guage what our priorities should be when looking for sites for the fests.
 
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#8
No problem. Of course you have forced me to pick MX:debil:

I have the power!!!! :p :p
 
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I do enjoy trail riding the best .That being said , I would like to make a return trip to EBMX even though there is more MX/SX than trail riding . I also wouldn't mind checking out other areas in southern New England .
 
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#10
I MUST visit DRN more often! Here you guys have gone and formed a club and I'm missin' it all. I am a woods/trailrider, but I can crash anywhere. I'd love to ride a natural terrain MX track(old style). I will travel a good distance to ride for a day or weekend. So, from NY State to Northern Va. is good for me.
 
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I'm with you phil, I feel like Rip Van Winkle!

For me it's gotta be woods, hills are a plus too. With some luck I could get to a group ride this year.
 

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Gee Papa, I thought you added FMX for me. ;)
Actually I'm not really sure what type of riding I enjoy. :think
Oh wait, yeah woods, that's it. :scream:

Although I don't mind a little grass-track now and then and I did some flat-tracking on an XR100 last Saturday. If we hold a fest in winter can we include ice racing/riding?
 

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Well, duh! Trail riding, of course. Grass track/MX is okay for a short break (10 minutes), but goin' round in circles gets boring after awhile.
 

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Originally posted by LoriKTM
...but goin' round in circles gets boring after awhile.
So does bouncing off of trees:debil:
 

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Originally posted by RM_guy
So does bouncing off of trees:debil:
Dave - You're supposed to go around the trees.

Just thought I'd clear that up for you. ;)
Besides I think Lori was talking about flat-track. Obviously she's never ridden a TT course before.