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Soooooo....I got a new sponsor today :) FLUID!

check them out at: Fluid - Sports nutrition products providing performance, injury prevention and recovery to athletes

They join my other 2008 sponsors, www.girlyz.com, Pretty Tough - Girls Sports, Life, Style, Dubach Racing Development, motortabs, STEEL MX OPTICS | SMX OPTICS, Official Panolin Website

:biggrin::biggrin:

lets talk about some sponsors/companies....anyone out there got any?!

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bahaha thanks tx :) and scott too!

powermadd...i started on the mx track, got a season of outdoors in and a season of indoors in then switched to xc....I love them both for sooo many different reasons...but I definitely have to say, for xc harescramble racing, you need to be fit and have the endurance if you want a chance at winning!!!! let me know how you make out...

anyone else out there??? i think drtygrlkristin should be racin that rhino full time :) :) :) she'd get hella sponsorships.

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i think drtygrlkristin should be racin that rhino full time :) :) :) she'd get hella sponsorships.

She will be soon, we have alot more to do to make it race ready. Each and every bolt MUST be wired or cotter pinned on. There are so many rules. We have a long way to go. She will start doing some local races in the near future. These are circuits for beginners and stuff. Newbies to the racing world so they are not so strict on the machines.

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alllrighttt i can't wait for her!!!! how exciting....next weekend starts three weekends in a row of racing :) i can't wait. but im sure when july 4th gets here, i'll be ready for an off weekend :)

wish me luck, just got the new hygear suspension on, maybe i'll bring home a win!!!!

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