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Cycle News 1983 11 02

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mile races a year, two of which were in San Jose and one in Sacramento. This year, however, I attended ~ National on the west coast includiDB the three. Ascot races and road J'lKd. After realizing the amount of money I had spent on travel, hotels, fOOll. and the races themselves I am eagerly awai ting next year so I can 110 it again. One particular pan of a Camel Pro Series ational that I look forwardto is during practice when Roxy R wood's voice breaks into the air. Roxy has a way of setting the s~ for a race that will continue only as long as Roxy is the voice of the serie,s. After 25 years of firing up crowds way only he and the riders can, I (ltr tainly hope Roxy continues for another 25 years. "The National Papers" column is unmistakably Roxy Rockwood style, and I enjoy every column. As I read some of the columns it reminds any number of Nationals I've been--at where a heat race has six former mile winners, and on lap nine, four of those previous winners come out of turn four all within a bikelength. Roxy would say "Here they come; C'<"') 00 0") .America'. weekly motorcycle newspaper Sharon ClayIon. Publish... Caroline Gendry. Ex!! race team, Gary Scott and Mike Kidd. We request that only tltose with British motorcycles attend becauscof the limited space. For details call Gary Ray at Triumph Motorcycles of America, (714) 996-8200. Restored British bikes for display are always welcomed. PAT OWENS Temple City,.-CA Publi.hed letter. do not nece...rily reflect the position ef Cycle News. Inc. Send letters to Voice.. Box 498. Long Beach, CA 90801 .

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