Girls Welcomes New Sales Rep- Nov. 15, 2010
Burly Girls would like to welcome our new Arizona
sales rep, Carly Bonar. We look foward to working with her!
If you are in the Arizona area please contact her
Girls Team Rider Takes Third at the 1st Annual Fluidride Cup - April
Team rider, Angi Weston took third place at the
1st annual Fluidride Cup in Port Angeles, WA this past weekend.
This was a great downhill race in the Pacific Northwest where the
conditions were muddy and fast! After a day of free shuttling and
great runs on Saturday, the race was held the next day. Angi raced
in the expert division with a well rounded group of burly girls!
Great job Angi! Click
here for more details on upcoming Fluidride races.
Girls at the World Cup
The course itself starts at the Planai Mittlestation
and runs down to the Planai Zeildstation. It was built and altered
under the watchful eye of the dashing Robert Warner. As a result,
it is one of the more appealing courses to many of the riders on the
circuit due to its sheer speed and fun factor rating of 10/10. There
are many bermed corners, tight terns and one or two rooty sections
on course. To race on, it is physically demanding, the majority of
the actual terrain consists primarily of bedded in hard ground with
a coating of dust, which creates a fast and somewhat unpredictable
surface. There are many places you could potentially loose speed,
lots of braking bumps and two wheel slide out opportunities, however,
not many places to gain an advantage, consequently, everyone was chasing
Written by Jaymie Mart
Date: 9/10th September
Venue: Schladming, Austria
Weather Conditions: 27°C. Sunny and dry.
Course length: 1.3 miles
Average Speed of fastest female rider: 27KM/HR
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