Ok. Who's jacked up for the Jack Volder Classic?! Me, of course, and YOU (of course). Romoland has been enjoying the rains, and the dirt couldn't be better. If this is your first time, maps are here, and be SURE you bring your AMA card! If you are a member, we just need to see your lovely and laminated SCTA card.
My friend, and JVC Course Marshall, Chris Cullins has this to add:
This Sunday January 15th is the annual Jack Volder Classic out at Romoland. The weather is looking to be nice and sunny, and with all the rain we've had and will continue to have, the dirt and sections should be perfect! We've set up what I think are some really fun sections with many having options on how you want to ride them.
A couple things I wanted to bring up, (which I'll do again at the riders meeting): As a reminder on the rules, you can't ride through another classes split forward or backwards. Watch out for this as there are a couple of sections that are set up to keep classes out of certain areas this way. Also with all the rain we have taped or bagged the split cards to keep them in place. This has worked really well over the rainy weeks, but may make the cards a little hard to read. Be sure to look at them all closely for your class split.
I've also been asked about the road coming in, it's rough as usual, but no problem getting in. However don't bring your large trailer or motorhome.
Hope to see you all Sunday! If you have any other questions I'd be happy to answer them here.
Heed this man's words, all ye who ride the Volder!
Cheers and feet up,
This weekend is the the Jack Volder Classic at Romoland, CA. Hosted by VOTE, and full of LOVE! And boulders, sand, and little grapefruit sized rocks, and drop-offs, and, well you get the picture.
It will, in a word, be Amazeballs.
Look who is helping!
Volunteers so far:
SIGN UP: Gabby Caperon, Damon Barda
SCORING TABLE: Gabby Caperon
LUNCHES: Tori Norton-Carrillo
1. Team Carillo and Skylar
2. Brad Allred
3. Trevor Weiller
4. Mark Oldar
5. Mike Jenkins
6. Darrell Palmer
7. Reid Davis
8. Russ Victor and Cole Cullins
9. Ed Kochina
10. Brian Lee and Hugh Warren
OK, good karma seekers, here's a great opportunity for aquiring some really fine Karma (and right before the holidays, to boot)! First off, this weekend, this Sunday more specifically, come on out to Keyesville and pitch in with the Big Feets to help set the sections for the BIG WOOD. Good Karma; 1, bad Karma; zero.
Next, volunteer to check the BIG WOOD next Sunday the 11th, and win the good vibe, best friend award! You know how great that feels! So, if you check, did you realize you would be joining the ranks of THESE wonderful humans?
1. Jim Pyeatt (awesome)
2. Bill Mattson (nice job)
3. Erik Mattson (What a swell guy)
4. Scott Alten (altruistic)
5. Rick Spruell (unbound benevolence)
6. Gary Stewart! (Santa's favorite)
7. Sir William Merritt (her majesty's agent sent to civilize Captain O)
8. Teri Ritchieson (You rock it, girl!)
9. YOUR NAME HERE (utopian)
10. Cole Cullins (truly the next big thing in Advanced class.)
11. Just one more Adult please! Please! So come on, give us a message here at the good ol' socaltrials.com, and we will make sure that Santa treats you better than Rudolph.
Cheers, Damon B.
Well, it's this weekend, folks. The FINALweekend before ROUND 4, The Big Wood Trial. The pre-wood, if you will. The Big Feets gang will be up there this SUNDAY 12/4 at 9:00 am, replete with stakes, split cards, and a get 'er done attitude! Come help with getting the course all laid out, no experience needed. Seriously! If you are in the area, join the crew! bring a staple gun if you have one!
Just a shout out to all our dear readers, to check out our built-in, omnipresent trials message board, right here on the SoCalTrials.com site. If you click on the link above, the one that says TALK TRIALS, you get right to all the trials communication you might ever need.
This page is there, you just all gotta use it.
No moderation, no filters, all trials. All for you, SoCal.
Southern California Trials Association. 2014