Yep, you got it, Enduro Roll Chart. Bonus points since you have used it.2003 LA to Barstow to Las Vegas District 37 Dual Sport Ride on my 1997 XR400/426. Took almost 15 minutes to roll the chart up in my box. The good old days of CA Dual-Sporting!!!
Yea bonus points awarded, not that you used one, but that you knew, and were at the top of the road racing game at the time.I think it was used for Motorcycle Enduro Races, during the 70s and 80s
You were able keep track of checkpoints mileage.
Corey's was the same as mine, used for Enduro racing basically an event that that had you averaging speed over various timed intervals with random checkpoints. If you were early (burned the check) or late at the check you were penalized points. Winner had the least points. My team name was "Team Late and Burn 'em".Geno explain yours, I understand Coreys.
You got it! Bonus points awarded.Good old roll chart.
Had one on my Yamaha IT's
I didn't think to check that. So, I rolled it back.....................Man that chart was from the "Rock 'N' Rooster Enduro back in 1-21-90. It was so long ago, I cant even remember if it was an AMA D-37 0r D-38 event. I used to ride both. After that enduro I went with one of the ICO racing computers that eliminated the need for the "ancient" roll charts. Bonus Points for you!If you have one sitting on a shelf or in a box I'll bet it has the last chart used still in it.
Try averaging 24mph through a cedar swamp.🥵Never understood enduros and enduro riders - timed starts, timekeeping, directions, penalties for being too fast (crazy!).
I raced desert for years which (to me) is real off-road racing - everybody starts at once, go as fast as you can, first to the finish wins, period!
Cory that is one nice looking XR.