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Ed W
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« on: May 21, 2019, 09:05:53 am »

Barriers will be installed on Crybaby Hill this year for the first time. Crowds have steadily increased each year and it's become dangerous for the bike racers. I expect the barriers will make the area impassable for pedestrians as the crowd will be gridlocked. I'm not planning to attend.
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« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2019, 10:44:32 pm »

Barriers will be installed on Crybaby Hill this year for the first time. Crowds have steadily increased each year and it's become dangerous for the bike racers. I expect the barriers will make the area impassable for pedestrians as the crowd will be gridlocked. I'm not planning to attend.

I think, or hope, this will start thinning out the grunge factor of CBH.  The last few years we were in Tulsa it was a total shitshow.  Even going uphill to pick up assets for SFTT an hour after the event it was still a disaster.  I'm also curious how much longer the residents there are going to be good sports about the event.
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