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Canario

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    GasGas TXT 250 '13

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    Germany
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  1. With my 2013 GasGas I would have to dismantle/split the engine in such a case?
  2. My preference: 90 seconds time limit and stopping/riding backwards allowed. Was so easy last saturday in Heiligenstadt (Germany) with Busto and the Peace brothers.
  3. Hmm, interesting point: The top 5 are minimum 32 years old.
  4. X Light: 5340 grams X11: 5870 grams
  5. That makes sense. In Zelhem (Nederland GP) most of the top riders had the X11 mounted.
  6. At first I am looking behind the obstacle, then I concentrate on getting the frontwheel placed in the top third of the log and then I am looking further forward. My problem is the timing/coordination of throttle, unweighing and clutch. It should be possible to practice it without the bike but I didn't get it managed right.
  7. That's exactly what I am doing wrong also (my guess). It is so difficult to find the right timing (or better coordination) of throttle, unweighing and clutch.
  8. Here is what Pat is saying about this issue: -> Link
  9. Yes, always nice to watch Pat, the 11 times US-Champion.
  10. A conventional kick-starter is fine as long it is on the correct side of the bike. 😁
  11. Here is a sample on how the riders react, when the observer judges very exactly:
  12. Canario

    Future of Gasgas

    Looks like a name change: Racing 2019 -> Racing 2020
  13. Canario

    Future of Gasgas

    Maybe it depends on the location. https://gasgas.com/ as well as https://torrot.com/ are working fine here in Germany.
  14. I found this: -> Link Here is the main page: -> Link
  15. I agree with you. Some weeks ago, I watched the GP in Zelhem. After the GP all three riders on the podium reported independently that it was a "very easy" competition. During qualification and later in the competition I saw each of them also frequently talking to Jordi Tarres as well as to Jordi Pascuet. So I think that the top riders and the organisers agree that the organisation of the events, the performance of the bikes and the level of difficulty of the sections are exactly what they want. On the other hand side, as a Clubman rider, I don't claim to ever be able to ride the same sections as the top 10.
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