1. Chef

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    Has anyone ever done Any of the March or April Enduros in Ohio? Particularly the Moonshine Enduro or the Lost in Lodi Enduro? Any info would be great. They look like an easy drive and there seems to be nearby accommodation that is reasonable. They might be a nice warm up for the 2014 season =D> =D>
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    I have ridden those. Good events but if its even remotely wet, they are really tough. The weather down there is about 3 weeks ahead of us in the spring.

    FYI, those enduros are timekeepers as well.
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    Timekeeping. Tax my body and mind! I don't think I've ever run a true timekeeper. When I started doing enduros here a few years back, I think they were doing away with them . There was confusion on staying on your minute, lost time in transfers etc. I didn't pay much attention as I was just trying to finish one. I might have to do a little research. Thanks for the info Scott.
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    I wouldn't get too worried about the timekeeper part. They run AMA rules where you stay on the same minute all day. A good odo and digital watch and you are good to go.
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    I have ridden several Ohio district 11/12 enduros in the Chillocothe/Athens area over the years, a few nationals and a couple ISDE qualifiers down there too. Wet in the spring, clay/mud type soil with rolling hills. The terrain is fun The clubs know what they are doing down there, they make the runs challenging but rideable. If you are not sure on the timekeeping try to team up with a more experienced rider on your minute and follow along using your own odo and watch. Give it a try.