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Old 10-12-2014
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Help for beginner

Hello DBW fellow members,

I will be riding at the Vic Offroads next year but before I sign up I need to choose what class I want to be in. I turn 18 in July and I ride a 2007 Honda cr250. I can either ride in the u/19s clubman class or the 200cc 2 stroke+ class. Which class would be better for a beginner riding his first offroad races? Thanks
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Old 12-12-2014
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Both will be pretty competitive, I'd probably go the U19 class
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Old 16-12-2014
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Not sure but the U19's might run in the 3hr XC's with the pro's/experts might be something to look into

EDIT: nvm that im thinking of the aorc under 19's.. is there even an under 19's in the VORC? Or are you talking about intermediates?
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