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Posted By admin On Mar 09, 2015
Information for the NMA races at Eddieville and Starvation Ridge. We will be adding the Junior X class to the short course. 15 and under, up to 112cc 2-stroke and 150 four stroke
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Posted By admin On Mar 03, 2015
Posted By Scott On Feb 26, 2015
Last post before taking the laptops out to Eddieville and setting/testing the scoring system. Weather/conditions look PERFECT!! Sunny, 60+ degrees, light + variable winds. Doesn't get much better than that. The MX track is drying out, but since we are only using a 100 yards or so of track, it doesn't matter. MX track will be prepped for Saturday's MX practice. Tons of grass track, an optional short cut called "Riding the plank", log section, flat track, and a new, bumpy, rough section up on top.Entry to the MX area will be a new terrace section. Planning on Discing a few areas to get that soft, power-robbing experience. THERE WILL BE ROCKS! ( some, not as much as I would like.) We have bypassed a couple wet areas to avoid mudholes and left out one complete section just because it is borderline. Course length should be around 8 miles. Pit/exchange area is on the east side of parking, next to the wheat field. Please back into pit lane, do not park sideways along pit row. STAY OUT OF THE WHEAT!!! Anyone caught out in the wheat will be DQ'ed. New trophies are on the way, should be here Friday, along with some swag we are raffling off before the race to the Endurance Challenge teams/riders. Be sure to sign-up for the endurance challenge to be eligible for year-end awards and give-away goodies. This will be the most unique course we have laid out in a long-time! We are using as little of the GP course as we can get away with in an effort to keep it Fresh & NEW. Start? Honestly haven't decided on where or how yet. I will announce at riders meeting. Rules are on our website. Most important rule is " Scott has final say on all rulings" . That rule applies to everyone, even AA's. NO ONE IS EXEMPT FROM RULES! Should be a great start to the new years racing. We are kicking out all the stops for this season because....... Nothing lasts forever and our core group is getting on in the years. I don't know how much longer we can maintain the enthusiasm. We are building to the 25 hrs of Starvation Ridge on Oct.31-Nov1. The longest, biggest 24hr race in the U.S., if not the world. HAVE A GREAT YEAR!
Read more about Endurance Challenge Eddieville 6hr March 8th-final update
Remember to turn your clocks ahead 1 hour Saturday night for Daylight Savings. It seems we get a ton of people showing up late to the 6 hr at Eddieville when the race falls on the time change!
Posted By trailtech On Sep 21, 2012
It is time for the 24 hour of Starvation Ridge. Are lights and electrical systems ready?
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Posted By Scott On Feb 13, 2012
RockyMountain ATV/MC $10 gift certificates for ALL OTBG event participants. Races AND Playdays!!
Read more about OTBG offers RockyMountain ATV/MC "Race gas program"
Posted By admin On Jan 03, 2012
Schedule For Over The Bars Gang events. subject to change.

Read more about 2016 Over The Bars Gang Schedule
Posted By admin On Apr 23, 2011
Web Camera is working at Eddieville.
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Posted By Joe On Oct 21, 2010
The 24 hour race at Starvation Ridge is coming up on October 30-31. Held in Goldendale WA, this annual seat of the pants experience promises to challenge and excite riders of all skill levels.

This year, the Over the Bars Gang (holders of the race) have prepared a 3 loop course, again running through the farm house and barn, as well as the briar patch and Scott's rock garden. Read more about the course at Get your entry form here.

Trail Tech will be at the race for rider support. Be advised, you should make sure your electrical and lighting systems are working well before showing up at the race. Now would be a good time to make sure. We will be there to provide minor technical support.

Race Support
Trail Tech will be available for lighting support at the event between the hours of 2pm and 2am.

During this time, technical staff support will be able to assist riders with a variety of issues relating to their lighting.

Technical staff will not be able to do the following at the race:

Install or replace stator systems or flywheels
Perform extensive rewiring to correct installation errors
Provide loaner batteries or charging service during the event

If you are preparing for this race, we strongly recommend you do the following as soon as possible:

Completely analyze your needs with respect to motorcycle electrical system, helmet lights, etc.
Perform a complete test for all items you already own. This is particularly important with helmet lights and battery packs.
Perform a complete test of any items you purchase for the race. This is particularly important with battery packs or vehicle batteries.
For testing motorcycle batteries, it is important to test the charging system thoroughly to make sure the battery is correctly charging.
For helmet light battery packs, we recommend you charge and discharge the packs at least once before going to the race.
Pack discharge should be done in as close an approximation to the riding conditions as possible.

If you need something from Trail Tech, please contact us as soon as possible so that we can ensure your needs are met well in advance of the event.

TrailTech Link

Posted By Joe On Jan 30, 2010
Our insurance requires that you wear a helmet at all times when on an ORV.
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