- It s really great to hear that Mikey will be on a good bike this year. Anyone who has seen him ride the wheels off his kawa. powered bike has to be happy forMessage 1 of 7 , Mar 1 2:19 AMView SourceIt's really great to hear that Mikey will be on a good bike this
year. Anyone who has seen him ride the wheels off his kawa. powered
bike has to be happy for him ! Way to go guy's!
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- Thanks Jason I know they are excited about the up coming year ... From: Kim Smith To: email@example.com Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 10:12 PMMessage 2 of 7 , Mar 1 8:02 AMView SourceThanks Jason I know they are excited about the up coming year----- Original Message -----From: Kim SmithSent: Friday, February 28, 2003 10:12 PMSubject: Re: [speedwaybikes] Re: east coast junior speedway>From: "tom15b ">Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org>To: email@example.com>Subject: [speedwaybikes] Re: east coast junior speedway>Date: Sat, 01 Mar 2003 01:13:08 -0000>>I was just wondering if Mike Buman was going to be grandfathered in>also, seeing he's been riding a 250 bought from jbr last>year.> Thanks Tom--- In>firstname.lastname@example.org, "KELVIN HERRALA" wrote:> > Jason this looks cool ! If there is anything I can do do help you>with your JR program don't hesitate to ask .> >> > Great to see a big effort on everyones part to increase the JR>program here on the east coast and the USA in general . I still like>the Shupa Laydown and it comes in 80,100 and 125cc you can check it>out at http://www.promex.rybnik.pl/ this site is in polish but you>can look at the pictures . If I go over to Poland this summer I will>be visiting the dealer in Rybnik and could contact him should anyone>else be interested . Also the Robin 85cc 2-stroke ought to be>interesting to watch . http://www.cyclenews.com/ShowStory.asp?>HeadlineID=4022> >> > Hope to see a lot of youngsters out there this year . Kind of>escape from all the other stuff going on in the world .> > Peace be with you ,> > Kelvin> > ----- Original Message -----> > From: Kim Smith> > To: email@example.com> > Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 2:46 PM> > Subject: [speedwaybikes] east coast junior speedway> >> >> > As there has been much talk about junior speedway and junior>bikes lately, I wanted to offer some info on what we will be doing in>NY for 2003 so that people can prepare for the upcoming season. Our>policy on juniors for 2003 will basically mirror the structure of the>programs at Costa Mesa and Indy. We will no longer be allowing the>use of 250 laydown JAWA bikes and will have a max 200cc rule in>place. Chip Lengle will be grandfathered and allowed to continue to>use his 250 but from here on out we do not want anymore. 350cc JAWA>bikes will not be considered under any circumstance.For safety issues>and insurance issues we firmly believe that this is best for the>program. From a financial perspective we also feel that this will>greatly help as it will eliminate the need for parents to have to>spend $5,000.00 plus for a junior bike. We plan to have a number of>125 4-stroke juniors available for use this season and su! pport the>use of the new 2 strokes as well. Probable breakdown is as follows...> > 5,6 and 7 year olds -PW 50'S> > 8,9,10 - 125cc max 4 stroke> > 11,12,13,14,15- 85cc max 2 stroke or 200cc max 4 stroke> >> > Thank you,> >> > Jason Bonsignore>
That is a good question, I actually forgot that Mikey's bike was a 250 not a 200! There will not be a problem with Mikey. I put him in the same class as Chip in that he has already been riding a 250 and handles it very well. Both kids are quite talented. The Buman's actually phoned me right after my posting with great concern as they brought to my attention the fact that they have already had built and paid for a new 250 laydown. I told them that Mikey can use it and that will work out well to create good racing between Chip and Mikey. I want to eliminate the 250 laydowns though from here on in for the reasons I previously listed. I know it's hard for some to swallow but the tracks that are doing it that way really feel it is in the best interests of the sport. Thanks.
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