Just looked at where turkey claw is at. I'm assuming that puts you a little bit away from the madness, but pretty close to everything as well?I always camp buy Turkey Claw, If you want to get a group there?
My lungs like this!Yes and up a tad in elevation which gets You out of the dust bowl
6hrs !? What ? That’s wild. And few hundred to enter I didn’t realize it was that pricyafter last years trying to leave took 6 hours just to the pavement, a couple hundred bucks entry and a few other things, i think i can spend my money somewhere else like baja and have a better time.
I strongly suggest being out there for Thursday or Friday night. It's wild.I still have never been to the actual hammer town. Only been out for 1 TT race and it SUCKED... I really want to try and make it out to atleast watch the shenannigans at night and maybe link up with some of you degenerates.
No, Never wanted to be stuck in there behind the gates. I camped in the Lake bed last year. Other then the dust it was great and close to the main entrance for work.@sdecurti and I chatted this am, thinking Wednesday afternoon/ evening roll out be out there through Saturday Eve or Sunday AM early.
@theycallmeWALLY do you camp in the vendor area ?
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Saturday’s Limited Class Desert Races:
40-mile loop – no remote pits
Class 11 Bugs will race the open course this year
Sunday’s Unlimited Class Races; C10, T2/Buggy racing on Sunday Morning, T1 and B1 solo in the afternoon.
100 miles – 3 laps
One remote pit near Anderson Dry lakebed (U4 will share this new pit location)
At least 40 miles of the Desert Loop haven’t been raced in over a decade, and some have never been run.
The rock trails will be harder than ever. For reference, Full of Hate is a 4600 bypass, up.
For those who haven’t heard, Motos are back!!!!
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The Shootout returns to Backdoor. No helicopter recoveries, but we’ll have a forklift. 😉
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