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    I race an unlimited car now, and often catch and pass cars going 40-50 miles slower at lap events with little issue, but I recall being caught and passed by the expert bikes when I raced a Husky 25+ years ago and that was bad enough. I'd think I was going fast - then they'd blow by me like I was stopped. I'd rarely ever hear 'em coming, but knew to hold my line whether I was getting passed or not. But to get passed by a TT, and then be in dust so blinding you wouldn't know which way to dive off the course...and know there's a good probability of another TT charging through that same dust...
    We left our Jeep in Montrose, Colo... Couple summers back when the transmission went south just outside Norwood. Sold it to the transmission guy at the south end of town for $500. :(

    My step-grandparents lived north of Ridgeway, a couple miles south of the reservoir, in the 60's and 70's.

    Anyway, no, it would be HOT to test the beacon in the dez this time of year, that's why we all wish we were up in your neck o' the woods.

    What frequency do those beacons transmit? Sounds like a great idea, I had a similar idea for a low power transmitter that would send out a low range broadcast on the race frequencies and eliminate the need for discrete receivers.

    Wonder if we could put our brains together and figure out something by November? Maybe even make a buck or two? ;) Maybe one of the beacon manufactures would like to open up a new market that could help sales year-round.
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