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expect to win your first race. Two hours of racing is a lot
different than 2 hours of play riding. Remember - winning
isn't the main reason to race (although it is nice).
Racing is a good way to enjoy what you love best (riding
motorcycles). It is also a great opportunity to see terrain
that you wouldn't see if you just rode at your every day
riding area. By the way you might even meet a lot of good
people with your same love of riding!
yourself to do better. But don't overdo. It takes a lot
more energy to pick up your bike and restart it (especially
if you crash a lot) than it does to slow down just a little
and ride smooth. Speed up as you familiarize yourself with
motocross it is not critical that you get the hole shot.
Although a good start is preferable. You have 2 hours to
pass people and crashing in the first corner just to get the
hole shot will make the task a lot tougher.
Learn from your
mistakes! Not going to a race just because you crashed, or
because it rained the day before, or you aren't feeling in
the best condition are reasons to fail. You will never
become a better all around rider if you only ride when you
feel your best and conditions are perfect. Everyone excels
in different riding conditions. Some in sand, some Mud, and
others when it's dry slick. Everyone also makes mistakes
and crashes. As long as you learn and don't keep making
the same mistakes you will definitely get faster and feel
of all remember why you came to the race. Because you
love to ride! Any other accomplishments are just a
Read these great enduro articles. The links below are good articles about racing enduros.