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Old 11-23-2018, 09:06 PM   #1
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Name: Chris
Proposed changes to the 450 classes??

So. Since my current info is FB-based, I am trying to take it with a grain of salt (or a whole salt shaker if need be). The thread that I read was from a source I consider reliable, regarding making some switch-a-roos to the 450 classes. A motion to move the crip-trips out to their own class? Based on what I read, not a 450 class, but a ďif-you-have-four-and-only-use-threeĒ class. Really? Is shit broke that I am blissfully unaware of??

I just started racing my (former) R6 as a 450 the last round, and after three-ish seasons of racing on the R6 and a zillion track days on the R6, that was the EVER. As a chick that wasnít interested in a smaller bike, this is the ideal ďmediumĒ () sized bike for me, and frankly I think there is huge potential for other women who are kinda caught in between.

So, while I am a new convert to the 450-awesomeness, I am very interested in why we would need to seperate anything into (yet another) class?? Someone give me the 411. The intel. The scoop. The skinny. Or, since itís off-season & most of us are bored, make something up, but for the love of motoís, donít f-around with the fo-fiddies!!!!
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