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Thread: Rocky Mountain MiniMoto 2012 Schedule - Denver, CO

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    Default Rocky Mountain MiniMoto 2012 Schedule - Denver, CO

    Rocky Mountain Mini-Moto (RMMM) was established in 2005 to promote and develop the sport of Mini Moto racing in Colorado. Our vision is to bring MiniGP racing into the mainstream, while promoting a safe environment, and to develop a positive program to introduce racers and spectators to the exciting sport of motorcycle road racing.

    2012 Race Schedule

    May 13 - Bandimere Kart Track
    June 3 - IMI Motorsports Park
    June 24 - Bandimere Kart Track
    July 8 - Bandimere Kart Track
    July 15 - Bandimere Kart Track
    August 12 - Bandimere Kart Track
    Sept 23 - Bandimere Kart Track
    Sept 30 - Bandimere Kart Track

    Our grids are growing and this season looks to be even better than the last one. We have 13 year old racers and 50+ year old racers.








    Photo's courtesy of Jim @ Rockymtnphotos.com
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    Cool stuff right there man, are you guys all on smaller 65's etc. or are all you guys giants!
    2007 Aprilia SXV 550 - First full size SM! Whoot!
    2008 GSXR 600 - Yes, Yes.
    2008 Ninja 250r - 1st bike. - Sold
    2007 RMZ450 - Sold
    2006 SSR 140 - Mini Tard

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    Yeah the majority of the club is on 65's. The tracks we ride are perfect for them. The other big class is the NSR 50 class.
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    I'm hoping to get in on some of this action. Building a KX65 currently but just got into riding bikes last year so I really have no clue. What are you guys doing for suspension(springs, spacers,etc) with full size riders on bikes designed for 60lb kids? Also, I noticed in most of the RMMM pictures most guys are wearing full leather suits, is that the norm?
    Sory for all the questions, like I said I'm a newb

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    An SV650 shock from an 03+ bike fits right in a KX65. Cut out 3 inch long PVC spacers and jam them in the forks and you got yourself a podium bike. Full suit is a must. Dragging knee every turn in jeans won't cut it. PM me with any questions!
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    I don't think I'll be draggin knee anytime soon but will look into the suits either way. Thanks for the info and I'll definitely be hitting you up for some more info

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    What are the entry fees per race? Thanks! Looks like tons of fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM Man View Post
    What are the entry fees per race? Thanks! Looks like tons of fun!
    Nevermind I found it, I'm an r-tard!

    http://www.rmminimoto.com/Fees.html

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    Yes sir! It is soooo much racing for the money. 2 heat races, 4 mains. You are exhausted after a day of racing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vort3xr6 View Post
    Yes sir! It is soooo much racing for the money. 2 heat races, 4 mains. You are exhausted after a day of racing!
    Yeah it does look like a ton of fun! Hmm, now how to get another motorcycle past the wife??

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