Say "on your (side you plan on passing)".I have no clue on race etiquette either...Do I allow people to pass? Or do I run them off into a tree??LOL
Thank you for splaining “Do the needful”Say "on your (side you plan on passing)".
If there is no response, pass on the side you said keeping the opposite elbow leaned towards the rider. A gentle shoulder check will force said rider to learn proper etiquette.
This also works in reverse. If someone says "on your (side they plan to pass)" and you don't respond, don't be surprised if you end up in the woods.
BMX - its strange if someone isn’t trying to force you over the berm... different genres different rulesWow..I come from a BMX, and then motorsport back ground. No one..EVER...asked to pass...you just did it. I'm not sure I'd be very well liked ..lol. Unlearning years of mental/muscle memory might take awhile.
Yeah well, very different things going on. 10 foot wide track (minimum) compared to single track with rocks and trees everywhere. As a general courtesy, it would be good to be cognizant of letting people know you intend to pass or giving some room when others intend to do the passing. I raced BMX and MX before that and had no issue with mental/muscle memory. I'm sure you will figure it out.Wow..I come from a BMX, and then motorsport background. No one..EVER...asked to pass...you just did it. I'm not sure I'd be very well liked ..lol. Unlearning years of mental/muscle memory might take awhile.
week 1 beginner, week 2 sport!!! week 3 ?????@Dajerseyrat here ya go.....
Short Track Race #1
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