As we all know from watching the Seat Time show, Woody has been crazy busy. Spending little time on the bike, it was going to be a game of attrition to get through 7 tests without too many crashes and in one piece. Luckily Woody still had a smile on his face, with some dust, and was excited to have made it to the National Enduro.
The Tulsa Trail Riders laid out 7 tests for the riders to enjoy. The grass track was placed in the same place as it was back in 1994 when the ISDE was held here in the States. The rest of the tests were laid out so we had access to gas and helpers if it was needed. Fun, flowy tests, that had rocks to keep you on your toes.
Biggest issue for Woody was before the start of Test #4, when his bike wouldn’t start. A disconnected terminal from the battery kept it from starting. Taking around 10 minutes to figure out and fix, Woody started about 8 minutes late into the test.