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  1. My boy and I would like to run the Golden Spike but we have never run a Hair Scramble and don’t fully understand the classes.

    Him: KTM 200 XC-W (intermediate rider) Age 16
    Me: KTM 300 XC-W (Advanced) Age: 43

    I’d like to run the same class with him as this is more for fun and we could care less about points, etc.

    Is there a class we could run together?

    Also how technical is the course. We ran the Iron man together last month and with the exception of the rock climb he did great. BTW we had a fantastic time.

    Also thinking of doing the GP (knobby) too if that makes sense?

    Thanks,
    John

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  2. John – you need to decide if you want to run long course or short course. After you do that you can both enter a couple different classes that will allow you to start on the same line.

    Sportsman – Runs short course but starts in the last wave I believe of short course racers.

    Open C – Runs short course.

    Open B or Open A – Both run longcourse.

    Difference between long and short course is time. Shortcourse is typically 1.5 hours and long course is typically 2.5 hours.

    You could also sign up in different classes but be on the course at the same time.

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  3. To all riders and families! Jack Knifed Java will be attending the Packwood event as well as the Buttstomper at Reiter,, you can exept full coffee bar, lunch bags for kids, chili dogs, taco nacho’s famous breakfast burritos hot dogs, energy drinks you crave it well have it! We take cash debit or credit.. see you on the track!………..

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  4. Are there places close by to park rv’s and stay the night? When we get to Packwood what are the directions? Thankyou

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  5. Never ran a hairscramble before can you tell me the details aout the course. I see long course is 2.5 hours is that a single lap, and what are technical difficulties, how much in woods and how much moto
    Thanks Mike

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  6. being your first hare scramble I recommend you enter short course, both are the same course only difference being the amount of time you race. The course is fairly easy and features wooded trails, an urban off-road section, pavement section, etc., etc. it’s an interesting course for sure and people really have a good time on it.

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  7. john, no camp fires, camping is inside a wharehouse. there is also no free riding.

    it’s a tough call on whether your daughter will enjoy the shot course. depends her experience. if she has done any harescrambles before then I would say definitely.

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  8. thank you for putting on this event. me and three of my buddies came down for this event and road our dualsports there. no camping. we thought the extra 10 bucks at the gate was a bit much.

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  9. Jon – I think the gate fee usually goes straight to the land owner and in this case i think the land owner, Hampton, donates it to a charitable cause… It’s six of one / half dozen of the other. Some clubs charge $50+ to race with no gate fee and some charge less to race with a gate fee….

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