Where did you find information on the course?Multiple loop, 70-80 miles mostly singletrack with part of the car/truck course as well. Expert/pro does 3 laps, amateurs do 2 laps. No data on average pro speed because this is the fist year motorcycles will race since 1976. Come out and have a good time it's sure to be a doozy
the starting method changes from race to race in BITD, e.g. V2R is rider by rider, but Laughlin is by row, Parker was 2 riders at a time... BITD is actually very organized/professional. The course will be marked very obviously, with markers for the course corridor, race mile, turns, dangers and often times tape/paint on the bigger rocks, etc... It would be really hard to get off course unless the markers get knocked over.Where did you find information on the course?
Curious how the course will be marked as this is would be my first BITD race. Will they send you out rider by rider like SCORE or is there some other start procedure. The site seems pretty half ass - lacking a lot of details.
You must be reading from www.bitd.com and not www.themint400.comCurious how the course will be marked as this is would be my first BITD race. Will they send you out rider by rider like SCORE or is there some other start procedure. The site seems pretty half ass - lacking a lot of details.
I couldn't agree with you more! Seems like an odd thing particularly when they have not been required at any other BTID up until this one. I get it for SS300 and V2R due to safety reasons but that makes zero sense here.Tracker for this race makes NO sense.
It's billed as a technical course, tighter trails, and it's no-pre-run, so no finding lines. Why a tracker?
If it's for timing why not a simple transponder like most people already have?