New Riders #'s

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  1. Spooner

    Spooner Active Member

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    We had a thread last year, with people "reserving" their numbers for the upcoming season.

    From what I heard and saw it seemed to go well. So I thought I'd start a new thread for the new year.

    I'll start. I'd like to Change from #81 to #82. (Its because of the CMRC and I don't want to different numbers) I've talked to Ian and he said it shouldn't be a problem. (As #82 is free.)

    Also, I'm getting my little bro' hooked this year. He would like #90.

    So, for anyone else, copy and paste below so the thread stays organized.

    Scott Paras #82
    Jordan Paras #90
     
  2. devin

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    number request

    #151 Bodhi Edie please.

    devin
     
  3. JDS

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    Dibs on # 58
     
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  4. oldskool

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    I'm curious about who has the 'rights' to my number that I've been using the last couple years. It seems there was another red 26 on a motard last year, grided with me in the sportsman/motard ect. class . If it really doesn't matter that's fine, if it will be an issue however, I'd like to know as my numbers are painted on. Thanks.
     
  5. yak

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    Hi Jamie

    I checked the results for last year and the directory and I only saw one red #26. Was it possible that you saw Doug Clavier on the grid? He has a motard which is red but he has been running black #26 for a few years.

    Regards,

    Todd
     
  6. oldskool

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    That's very likely, I thought he had red numbers on his bike though. If they are black, I guess my memory isn't what it used to be.
     
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    fun with numbers

    Dibs on 510, 5100 and 51000. In all available colors but especially aubergene. :D:D:D
     
  8. ronin26

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    Yep the numbers are black and have been since 2004.

    This "pylon" is not changing anytime soon, so if you gonna step up you'll need a new number.

    Cheers.

    Doug Clavier
    EMRA #26
     
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  9. oldskool

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    I guess there's no problem then, I'm not really attached to the number and if I get promoted to expert at some point and don't puss out, I'll have to re-paint the numbers anyway.



    Jamie Grady
    'the less-pokey' EMRA #26;)

    ^^
    (it's all in fun, I'm only half the ass I am online, in person)

    On a side note Doug, do you have experiance tuning FCR's? I'd like to get my R1 tuned on the dyno.
     
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  10. MyTTwin

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    Just wanted to add I'll take red #24

    #82 Scott Paras
    #90 Jordan Paras
    #151 Bodhi Edie
    #5 Jon (JDS)
    #24 Scott Blair
     
  11. JDS

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    If Bodie is giving up # 5, I will take it.
     
  12. sand.man

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    I use red #54, but I don't know if I'll have my feces consolidated in time for racing this year.
     
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    116 for Geoff Gerbrandt please.
     
  14. Limbo

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    ___ Didn't see that there...woops ___
     
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    It thought #10 was already spoken for?? Greg Isaak?
     
  16. Spooner

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    #82 Scott Paras
    #90 Jordan Paras
    #151 Bodhi Edie
    #5 Jon (JDS)
    #24 Scott Blair
    #116 Geoff
    #54 Ryan - If he gets his poop in a group.
     
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    Yep Red #10 is spoken for already.

    Greg
     
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    New number

    I would like to speak for 321

    Don
     
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    I will take 63 red

    Chris
     
  20. yak

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    New Summary

    #82R Scott Paras
    #90R Jordan Paras
    #151 Bodhi Edie
    #5R John Stroh
    #24R Scott Blair
    #116R Geoff Gerbrandt
    #54R Ryan
    #321R Don Miller
    #63R Christopher Mah
    #46R Zak Mimouni
    #99R Neil Carlson
    #3R Andrew Sand
    #333R Stephen Bartha
    #98R Richard von Aschwege
    #28R Trina Widders
    #12R Aiden Hawnt
    #225R Cliff Johnson
     
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