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    Question on the new "Superteams" thingy

    I attended most of the meeting on Saturday where John and the BoD was describing the plan.

    I'm one of the guys who finds it hard to take Friday's off work, so I'm interested in this idea.

    Is there anything that would stop me riding two different bikes? SV650 and another big bike separately - let's say that I entered with a 2 or 3 man team - I would ride two stints in the race - one on one bike and another stint on the other.

    The way I understood it, that would be allowed, but just want to clarify before I don't put in for another day off work on Friday.
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    That would be allowed.
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    To add to Walter's post (and please correct me if I'm wrong), you could ride both bikes but your class entry would be for the bigger of the two bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Harvey View Post
    To add to Walter's post (and please correct me if I'm wrong), you could ride both bikes but your class entry would be for the bigger of the two bikes.
    correct, largest bike determines what class the entire team enters.

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    Can we get 750s classified as "middle" vs "heavyweight"? Their performance is much closer to a modern 600 than a modern 1000. This may be more of a general rulebook thing to consider.

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