write my essay generator IMG_5073_MahoneyRound number two of the South African National Offroad Championship was held this past weekend in the Balmoral area, just outside Bronkhorstspruit. Organisers had to overcome an unusual problem when the race venue had to be changed a few days prior to the race due to land owners withdrawing their permission to ride on their land.

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http://www.latestrecipes.net/how-to-write-a-college-personal-statement/ how to write a college personal statement It was Brother Broadlink KTM’s Louwrens Mahoney that got the hole shot starting in a row of eight riders. Mahoney quickly pulled a gap onboard his KTM 450 XC-F machine, but an unforeseeable problem with his suspension on lap two forced the talented rider to nurse his bike back into the pits where the pit crew quickly attended to his problem. Mahoney had fallen back and lost precious time, but still managed to make up time on the third and last lap of this approx. 180km sprint race, finishing in seventh place overall and sixth place in the OR1 (open) class, just ahead of his Brother Broadlink KTM team mate Juan ‘Bolie’ van Rooyen. This cost Mahoney the lead in the championship and he is now lying second overall and second in the OR1 class, just five points behind leader Kenneth Gilbert.

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online dissertations and theses yale In the OR2 class it was Brother Broadlink KTM’s Riaan van Niekerk that dominated from start to finish. Having the best start and taking the hole shot in his group Van Niekerk had to fight his way through lost of dust on this sunny and dry day, but did’t disappoint when he posted the fasted time in the OR2 class onboard his KTM 350 XC-F. Team mate Johnathan van Wyk piloted his KTM 350 XC-F into fifth place in class on the day, placing the Swaziland rider into second place in class while Van Niekerk is currently holding sixth place in the OR2 championship after problems at the first round of the championship.IMG_4996_VanNiekerk

http://historia-sportu.cba.pl/?customized-essays customized essays Lady rider Kirsten Landman who secured the win in the Ladies’ class at the first round of the championship entered the Balmoral Offroad with a broken toe and despite lots of pain the Brother Broadlink KTM rider managed to finish the race in third place in the Ladies’ class, securing some important points towards the championship.

fractional order controller thesis The team is now looking forward to the third round of the National Enduro championship, the Kei Enduro, that will be held in the East London area on 11 May.

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