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DrtyGrl and I will both be competing. Hope to see the Colorado riders there.

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I know some Arkansas Riders, I was going to tell them about it. I looked it up online I see it has a dealership Skills Competition. Looks like fun. Do they allow all Brands or just the Brands they sell ? I hope you can post the results or Video is always real good also.

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Any make or model. I will be riding in the Sport Class. DrtyGrl will be in the UTV class. We just bought a helmet cam that can also be mounted onto the Rhino plus we will have a couple of photographers.

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woooooooooooot! go Kristin!!!! and Bot :)

I wish I was close to there, I'd go just to watch ya'll!!!!!! I can't wait to see the pictures!!!!

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I can't wait to hear about it and see the video!!!

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So, we had our comp today. I forgot to put on my helmet cam so no video. DrtyGrl did AWSOME in the UTV class. She took second. I did not have that kind of luck, I thought I could save alot of time and just jump over a log section. I couldn't! I ended up going over the bars after burying the front end into the last log. I got back up, continued riding. Needless to say I was pissed and started riding stupid. Even after my crash I had about a 10 second lead on everyone after the first lap. Second lap, I tried to jump the logs again and that was the end of my race. I think I pulled my groin. I've been pissing and moaning the whole day since.

We got some free gear. DrtyGrl got a trophy.

These are a couple of shots from today.

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Believe it or not, we got the race ending crash with still frames.

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Like I said, I have photographers always snapping photos of me. I really need to learn to control my adrenoline.

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