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Attention all racers, fans, vendors, and enthusiasts! This weekend we will be kicking off round five of the 2008 SXS nationals presented by Kalgard, The Fab School & Cycle Trader. If you want to have a good time, enjoy some high-speed racing, check out some cool gear, and hang out with a bunch of people [...]

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