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#2 Asteroids and Hemorrhoids

#3 Gozza Hopper

Back when names were given by the person who found the roads to be used....

runner up... 'Foonman's' It got shortened from 'Deerstalker Foonman' when the sticker printer said too many letters to fit!

So what are some others out there?
 

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Thunder Road (from Sunriser)

(still think Gowza Hopper is the best)
 

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Another vote for Asteroids and Hemorrhoids. All the stage names at Northern Lights had some astronomy theme; Planet of the Apes comes to mind.

Some of the old stage names from STPR combined road names into combinations that were something out of "Field and Stream": Buck Run, Bear's Gamble.
 

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The aptly named "Last Chance".....(giggle last chance to fawk UP! 5 cars off and 4 were DNF---at least.. Clouted a pile of dirt plowed up and stalled and hit the key zuzzuzzuz zuuuz zuuuuuuuuz zu Oh Noez!!! it started we finshed...Won the class and 4th OA...

Last Chanc indeed.

Honorable mention "Spider Lake" :eek: <----that eek is too lame it was EEEEK!!!
 

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BGDR

I always liked the name of the last stage at Sunriser but I'm having a brain fart right now, what was it again?
 

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Isn't "Bob's Lake" at Ojibwe named after a guy named bob who rolled into said lake? That always made me blow air out of my nose harder than usual.
 

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Isn't "Bob's Lake" at Ojibwe named after a guy named bob who rolled into said lake? That always made me blow air out of my nose harder than usual.
Oh, you need to come work an OFR sometime. A *lot* of instructions have names attached to them, they just get suppressed for the competitor books (as extraneous information that you would nether need nor want while competing).

But Bob Lake is at LSPR. There's "Lake LaFavor" at OFR though, named for Bob LaFavor, which might be what you were thinking of...

Bob Lake in MI - https://www.google.com/maps/place/B...2!3m1!1s0x4d56dad2ca2a434f:0xbd3b50f3e74c6ee3
 

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Oldie- Quattro Country- 2 track w/ tall grass in the middle!

POR I think. Or was it MIPR.
POR/LSPR- North of Kenton and east of FH16. Quattro Country ran N to S. Some years it started south of the railroad tracks and in others north of the crossing. In the years it started north of the crossing, the SOO Line schedule was checked to make sure no train was due.

A different Michigan two track with tall grass in the middle was called Ticklebottom.
 

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Well, Brian already named a couple of mine:

Asteroids and Hemorrhoids

BGDR

With some bias, I have to add (from Manistee Trails):

Coelacanth

press on,
 

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