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I am not familiar with the details but have seen references to it on their web page. Score them out in the woods away from any distractions and then post them. Would adding an event Sat help the club? Think about it;It's much easier on ones time constraints and wallet to go to a great riding area and blast some trails with your buddies. It is tough to score riders at the end of an event and it does "kill" a lot of time for the riders while they wait. D16 is now using bar codes at the Hare Scrambles and that speeds things up. From a club standpoint, taking Pearson as an example, we had 40 or so riders. I would love to make another trip back to Illinois, but the group can not afford to drive hours for an event. Early in the year we were able to "carpool" in a motorhome and make a trip to Byron, IL. For the Forest City Riders Event we had over riders and at the end there were 4 of us scoring everything. One for each checkpoint. Just starting a conversation. My suggestion is the carpool idea. It would be hard to have maybe 10 or more setups. That may be an internal attitude from being 57 and not 27 Brian not sure the turnout on Saturday as this year is the first year we've had two day enduros that I know of in D I know I use to do Gussie HS that were two days and the turn out was good. But back then gas was cheap, plus not many guys ride both HS and enduros anymore so it was two different crowds. Maybe get a larger number of volunteers to help score. I know there are a few 2 day events now. I know worker numbers might be an issue. I have a group of riders here in Cottage Grove that I have been working on this summer. Not sure how a rider that rode Saturday would feel about riding the same course on Sunday. I do like the fact that everyone cheers for the trophy winners and it is "podium" type of situation. That may be an internal attitude from being 57 and not 27 Let's hope a few other riders toss out some ideas.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Agree with Ken, anymore half the fun is BS'ing the night before and after the race. It's always more fun with a group of guys talking about good we think we did at other races and how about good we think we are going to in the future. I am not picking on them because they have all supported enduros, worked on the Black River Falls trails, worked the old Bucky Badger Enduro, etc. Especially since many check workers don't even ride enduros and some don't ride off-road. Plus the HS is easier as they only have one checkpoint which is one PC, one generator, one scanner, etc. Ryan, how is their turnout on Sat? The D16 HS Director does it all for the whole series. Print Page Close Window. The 2-day might be an idea. Having given this some thought, one of the things that I would like to suggest is having more 2 day events. I think Ken would agree that I have tried to bring "new blood" to enduros during my many God! We can't change their work schedules so they can have every enduro weekend free. Of course, they have only one scoring point. The biggest question I get is "How far away is the typical race? My buddies and I talk about this on the way home from enduro's every year,We're sure its expensive but with the technology available these days some sort of bar code scoring system would sure make it easier to justify the cost and time constraints that go hand in hand with enduro racing. Hard to ask someone who has worked all day to help score. To even get them to drive 2 hours to Black River Falls for some "real" riding has been a challenge. It would have been nice to have 10 people but we just don't have that much help. I am not hardcore in that I am not very competitive. August 6th was the Holyoke, MN enduro. I would love to do it for the enduro series but not sure where the backing would come from. The antics of these 2 groups trying to out do each other both on the trail as well as the night before the event was great although the use of pink flamingo's and a white picket fence to win the "best campsite" contest was a bit much I think with the days of motorhomes and big rigs showing up at races, maybe this takes away some of the campfire bench racing the night before. For riders that are not real competitive they don't have to get a trophy to feel part of the group. I know this opens other problems having to leave work early on Friday to make the trip, etc.. I'm just throwing this out as an idea, but from a rider and a club standpoint, does this make sense? No applause, no recognition. Again just throwing out some ideas. Which we gladly accepted. Agree on the people thing. It does speed things up if the club can take the scorecards a few miles from the end of an enduro. I have seen at MX races and flattrack races where the riders just go to the scoring tower or whereever and pick up their trophy and leave. The last couple years my old Senior B riding buddy Rick has been riding Super Senior so we can "battle" at the enduros again. They saw the 4 or 5 of us adding up score cards out in the woods. Although this is the first year in many years that I did not go to every District 16 enduro. From what I have heard I have never ridden there mainly because I don't know who owns the land - a different topic altogether is that it is nothing more than about 1. So, how do we make riding an enduro more attractive for these guys? This is a good topic. Get there early,ride for hours like you would at an enduro,load up and cruise home to be with your family as much as you can before the whole crazy process starts again on monday. Most local enduros have checkpoints making the cost much more. It already takes a good number of volunteers to have several checkpoints, sign-up, etc. The only bummer about enduro's is how long it takes for results to be posted and awards to be presented. They ride at a local area that is about 15 min away. I like riding the trails, the occasional stretch where even I can do some timekeeping, comparing my score to Duane Eller's to see if I have doubled or tripled the number he dropped. On August 6th there were probably as many of my friends trail riding at Black River Falls as there were riding the enduro. The bigger problem then money is people to set it up and maintain the PC's etc for each event. He also gets paid by the district for doing that at each race. Unless one could make some changes Also, we should promote the idea of the entire 'experience'. I'm still looking into other options but all take money and people, the biggest being people. I've looked into electronic scoring for enduros and there are a couple softwares out there that would work, but it's expensive. The enduro has been on the District 16 schedule for a number of years, even when Wisconsin had more than just 2 enduros within the boundaries of the State. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I don't consider myself a hardcore enduro rider. Should be interesting to see how the back to back enduros do. Off and on over the years I recall a few of the Kishwaukee Riders club members -- drawing a blank on their names but know their faces -- offered to help score at the Bucky. With the cost of gas the way it is, it is getting harder to find guys up for splitting gas to an event.