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INDE, new track in Arizona - WOW!

Just had the chance to ride this track over the weekend. It is by far the most technical and challenging track I have ridden. Here is a post taken from socalmoto.org:

TI2TT PRESENTS: INDE MOTORSPORTS RANCH!
If you like smmr you will absolutely love this track! Inde Motorsports is located in willcox arizona. We just got back from testing this brand new facility and all I can say is I'm still smiling. This is by far one of the funnest layouts of a track that i've been on. It has everything you could want in a race track! The owners graciously invited us out to test their brand new facility this weekend and what a blast it was! Everything from high speed down there 2200ft front straight to serious elevation changes! It is a very busy track. We are proud to be the premier motorcycle track day organization at this new facility! 2010 dates are confirmed, contracts signed, deposits paid, its on! We know its a bit of a drive for us socal people, however, its worth the drive at least one time a year!
http://www.indemotorsports.com/trackinfo

Here are our 2010 dates:

March 20/21st
April 24/25th
May 29/30th
June 19/20th
July 17/18th
August 21/22nd
September 18/19th
October 23rd/24th

You'll notice its all weekends and why did we take summer months in Arizona?...Well Willcox AZ is located at 4200 feet of elevation so its only mid 90's in the summer months!

Link to one video from the weekend.... more to follow as we got tons of footage from this weekend.




Oringinal Post Here: http://www.socalmoto.org/forum/showthread.php?t=6093
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Looks pretty fun but all that loose sand around the edges of the track kinda sketches me out.

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Looks pretty fun but all that loose sand around the edges of the track kinda sketches me out.
Not going to lie, it got in my head too. Most of what you see in the video is in the new pavement, not necessarily on top so its not too bad to ride over. The lines we ran were pretty much clean but remember we didnt do much sweeping in the morning. It will have more attention when we actually run a day there.
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Cool. I went down at a very high speed due to sand on the edge of the track so ever since I am very weary of that stuff.

I had never even heard of this track being built, that's awesome that Ti2TT will be running there though! Can't wait for next year!

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I hope they clean off those rocks on the run-off, yikes!

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I hope they clean off those rocks on the run-off, yikes!
Thats one of the reasons we went down. They wanted a motorcycle riders opinion on setting up the track for bikes (regarding runoff, curbing, barriers, etc.) Dont you worry sir, it should be 100% before our first trackday!
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