Hallo,my name is Helmut Clasen.I am a active Dirtbike rider-racer for the last 45 years. If you like to make contact with me,my E-mail address is :Hecla@sympatico.ca My
Webpage is : http://SPEEDY_C.TRIPOD.com My page was created in cooperation between Webmaster LEO KELLER in Cologne Germany and ANDRE MING Webmaster in Oklahoma USA and given to me as a Christmas gift on Dec.24.2001. LEO
and ANDRE,I am proud to be your friend.Helmut.
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79 Date: 2007-09-27 07:34:43
Taff ( no email / http://www.speedtracktales.co.uk) wrote:
ISDT in Britain 1937 1938 1949 1950 1954 1960 NOW ALMOST 500 pictures in www.speedtracktales.co.uk.
HI SPEEDY, GERMAN & NEDERLAND TEAM MEMBERS VERY PROMINENT
78 Date: 2007-08-15 05:14:48
Joe Murphy ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am trying to get Al Oldham to ride the
isde canada ride. he works with a friend of mine. He is a two time Canadian champ and rode 1995 Poland and 2000 Spain. He is in the Cedar Valley Ontario area.
77 Date: 2007-06-11 03:12:45
shannon heaysman ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
thanks for the directions speedy,it was a great mx day.
76 Date: 2007-06-07 03:33:21
Leland Loper ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hello I'm an old dirt biker in Roundup MT enjoyed this page
75 Date: 2007-05-04 23:43:36
doug dupuis ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Enjoyed talking to you yesterday. I love the photo album of all the vintage bikes. Have not had time to see if my Rickman Zundapp engine has a two or one
ring piston. I will let you know.
74 Date: 2007-04-04 00:36:07
Renata Lauermann-Molina ( LAUERFRAU@AOL.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hallo Onkel Helmut
Meine ganze Kindheit kam als schoene Errinerung zurueck als ich Deinen Homepage fand....
Errinerst Du Dich noch an mich? Renata..Eines meiner treusten Kindheits Errinerungen und Fotos ist wie ich als kleines Maedchen
auf einen Deiner Maschinen sitzte, die Du an der Hunter Street repariert hast. Ich habe Deinen Homepage wirklich genossen. Es waere schoen von Dir zu hoeren. Ich lebe jetzt in Maryland, bin verheiratet (mein Mann ist
aus Chile) und habe eine 5 jaehrige Tochter. Genug fuer jetzt.
73 Date: 2007-02-26 11:24:35
Rod ( no email / http://www.geocities.com/wallachclarinda3356/) wrote:
Wow! Good site!
72 Date: 2007-02-10 03:35:45
Dennis Bershaw ( Siogi@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
I have a bid to get my two Hercs to Brussels from Portland, Oregon (in one crate) of $1600, which is roughly half
of the last quote I had. I realize that this doesn't do you much good in Ontario, but does give you some idea of what a single crated bike might cost, depending upon how far the crate has to be taken to the nearest
71 Date: 2007-01-27 17:21:11
Randy Pierce ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I saw your link on the powervalve pin :300 ktm: I was wanting to check mine,but
worried about taking apart,didn't know if the spring would pop out,or how to get to the gear with the pin in it? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Randy
70 Date: 2007-01-12 04:16:57
Dennis Bershaw ( Siogi@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Speedy: I'm the slow old Oregon guy who will probably go to Isny/2007 with my German-born son and maybe one of my faster buddies. And who called you today,
trying to figure out how to get bikes to Germany. I work on it and keep you posted.
69 Date: 2007-01-11 19:49:33
Andrea Brandt ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.lets-go-kanada.de) wrote:
Sie haben ja ein unglaubliches und bewegtes leben. Ich ziehe den Hut vor Ihren Leistungen und wünsche Ihnen weiterhin so
viel Glück und Lebensfreude.
68 Date: 2006-12-25 17:07:24
Chuck Niederriter ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I talked to you a
number of times at the Corduroy and other enduros in Canada a few years ago. I am from Pittsburgh, PA. I traveled in a large motorhome with former KTM factory rider, John Farrar. I noticed on your homepage that you
competed in 1959 in a town nearly the same as my last name. That was also the year I was born. You are a true gentlemen and our sport and KTM is lucky to be associated with you.
67 Date: 2006-11-22 05:03:06
Branden Stansberry ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Speedy is what everyone of us hopes to be. I will continue to hope and pray that you are riding healthily until you
are at least 90. Thanks for the inspiration and willingness to share yourself with us. I will always consider it a priveledge to have associated myself with you.
66 Date: 2006-09-19 00:23:50
Dave Rhodes ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.outlawtrials.com) wrote:
Hi Helmut - It's been a long time since we went to the KTM Factory in Cleveland ! - I visited you with Jim Clifford of Interlube. - I still
Distribute the Opti Oil in Western Canada and still ride and sell Trials bikes - I found your site while browsing an Ossa site via the Trials Central site. - These computers are fantastic things that even old guys can
use. - check out my website - Best Wishes - Dave
65 Date: 2006-09-11 17:12:11
Dave Bennett ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for your help! Now my Zundapp MC 125
will be making fire again. At 60 now and ride big bore Husky for 30 + years. It time to come down noch, but still have fun in the Dirt. Yes my Grandson will get a little time on the seat.
Thanks so much;
64 Date: 2006-09-04 22:48:32
Michael N. ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.ktmtalk.com) wrote:
Happy Birthday. I enjoyed your web page very much. My mother is German
and I have visited Germany often. Your life story inspires me.
KTMTALK member name "myosin"
63 Date: 2006-09-02 16:06:53
Tanner ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks alot Speedy!,
You've been a great help finding my hard to find parts that you had in stock that were either not available or just couldnt be found
62 Date: 2006-03-16 05:51:13
Mike Hitchcock ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Helmut "SPEEDY", Great site and pictures. You have
acomplished quite a bit in your life and to be still active in the motorcycle scene is awesome.This gives me inspiration to look forward to many more years of riding.Heres to ya "SPEEDY"
61 Date: 2006-03-05 18:38:18
Don Barton ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Started street riding, if you can call it that, in 1962 w/aHonda 50 while at LSU. Graduated to a Honda CL72 to ride
towork and school. Gave up the street stuff after a few close calls w/idiots. Took off the mirrors and started riding in the woods of south Louisiana, when I could.
Tried a couple of more Honda street bikes sort
of converted to dirt, which was an experience.Found Hodaka in about 1968 and stated riding local enduros. Came into a 1969 Maico 360 enduro. The one w/a steel 4 gal tank and up pipe. W
Went to graduate school in
1971 and stopped riding for 2 years. Then bought a Combat Wombat and sundry other Hodaks for spouse and kids. Rode a couple of nationals on the CW. Finished but no trophy.
Went through a couple of Husky 250s, a
PE250 and finally a Husky 390 WR. It ate me in 1980 and spouse suggested the injuries were not so good. So...stopped riding until the kids gave me riding for the 63rd birthday.
have a 1982 Husky 250XC I am
resurecting, a 1983 Honda XR200R that is called Frankenbike due to the conglomeration of parts we used to build it, and the Sachs?Hodaka project.
Am 66 years old semi-retired Architect. Wife suggested I get out
of the house and find something constructive to do, so I help local A/E firm w/QA, specs and CA. Am moving to Shreveport, La as soon as the house sells and start a small practice in Construction Defects Analysis.
Kids live in Eureka Springs, Ar and will visit them and look for a place to ride. SLOW cause of various maladies.
60 Date: 2006-02-27 23:47:07
Tamara Kraft ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
My dad's been drooling over your bikes for the past half hour. I like the hercules, do u have to put lead in your gas?
59 Date: 2006-01-21 02:11:13
Lew Mayer ( Pen2000@verizon.net / no homepage) wrote:
First time I've visited your website. Congratulations on an OUTSTANDING career in motorcycling. I knew
you were fast but now I know HOW FAST.
Lew Mayer USA
58 Date: 2006-01-07 18:54:25
BILL SOMMER ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.maicogulch.com) wrote:
Helmut, Love your bike projects. I
always wonder why the factories can not make bikes that look so good. If I had a WWW like that I would put it on the coffee table in my living room and just look at it. Better than television. Bill, Single in California.
57 Date: 2005-12-04 14:27:08
Giesselbach ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
bin heute bei meiner Tochter zu Besuch und wir haben uns Deine Hompage und
besonders die Bilder angesehen.
Die Seite gefällt mir sehr gut.
Wenn Du Lust hast kannst Du mir ja mal eine Email schicken, schick die Mail einfach an meine Tochter, Astrid, die druckt sie mir dann aus und gibt
Schön währe auch wenn Du mir Deine Email-Adresse schicken könntest, dann könnte ich Dir auf diesem Wege mal schreiben.
Ganz viele Grüße, auch an Deine Familie
Der Hans us Hennef
56 Date: 2005-12-01 00:55:52
David ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Helmut... thanks so much for your advice on oild changes and other things!
55 Date: 2005-11-30 23:12:56
cardiff450exc ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
Hey Speedy, some great pics i love those old ones i can only imagine how much those bikes weigh. I am guessing those
bikes were a lot of fun.
54 Date: 2005-11-30 06:09:49
ric emmal ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
sir speedy,i have chatted with you on the vinduro site about a kicker and
ignition cover.please contact me about them and thank you so so much! ric emmal pentonuts soon to be hercnuts!
53 Date: 2005-11-29 17:44:04
Harold Constance ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I have heard a lot about you so I thought I would drop you a line. Great to see you still racing and riding, I gave it up a few years ago but am
still very intersted in participating. I have a buddy that says he knows you his name is Kevin Hutchinson from Pineville La. he normaly rides and old husky AUTO. The last bike I had and the fastest was a 1986 Husky 430
Auto, Kevin still races an 86 against new bikes of today. Well you have a great day and if you are ever in Louisiana look me up.
52 Date: 2005-09-30 23:23:10
Jimmy N. Thornton ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Speedy; give them hell at the ride next week. Years ago I rode Hercules with Dwight and Rick although at a slower pace.
51 Date: 2005-09-23 20:05:39
cole campbell ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I liked your life story and i am a upcomer in motocross right now but i started late because started
racing this year but i'm 3rd in points and i hope you for the best
50 Date: 2005-09-03 06:58:59
Stefan Burkhard ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Ich habe dich letzte Woche in Sandhausen/Deutschland fahren gesehen.Und wie...
Alter Schwede,wie man bei uns sagt.Das war eine Augenweide wie du das Motorrad auf dem Wiesengelände gefahren bist.Warst du früher genau
so schnell oder kommt das erst im Alter,dann habe ich noch hoffnung für mich.
Weiter so ..
49 Date: 2005-06-19 19:41:49
Ruth Glasmacher ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.ruthsmemories.de) wrote:
Ja, jetzt ist mir klar, wieso du Speedy heisst!!!
Ich hatte ja null Ahnung was fuer eine Sportkanone du bist. Dein Werdegang hat
mich schwer beeindruckt!!!
Bisher dachte ich immer, Sechtagerennen haette nur was mit Fahrraedern zu tun.
Glueckwunsch zu deinen ganzen Medaillen und Preisen.
Du bist wirklich ein grosses Vorbild fuer die Jugend.
Der frische Fahrtwind scheint jung zu halten, und ich glaube der fliegende Dreck konserviert. Versiegelt sozusagen Mensch und Maschine.
Kompliment an den Sportler Speedy und ein herzlicher Gruss an koelschen Canadier Helmut
48 Date: 2005-06-16 01:17:39
MOTOHEAD 3 ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
commented in KTMtalk about vintage speedy being 70 yrs of age and how I respected him for still riding at his age. I did'nt know him but see in this website that he is someone special, or at least in my eyes.
have overcome a tragic massive head injury to ride again and thank the lord for the free pass for round 2. I hope to be able to kick butt when I am 60, let alone 70. That is just awesome. I am happy to talk with you my
friend. I wish you many more happy years to come.
47 Date: 2005-03-27 10:33:39
Lynn Isaac ( no email / http://www.speedtracktales.co.uk) wrote:
Hi Helmut & many thanks for the connection
& yes we shall make good use of it, greetings from Wales where the Great Britain ISDT events were held
46 Date: 2005-02-26 03:07:53
Rainer Gundlach,Germany ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Hallo Helmut, habe von dir im KTM-Forum CASICOOL gelesen.Schön,daß du deine Erfahrungen so freimütig mit uns teilst.Das ist für mich
immer eine große Freude und Gewinn und vermittelt mir eine Form von Verbundenheit mit einem Freund. Habe mir eben deine Sportkarriere angeschaut und hatte ein Freudentränchen im Auge: Mehr als ein halbes Leben im
Zeitraffer, das ist wirklich beeindruckend. Einen herzlichen Gruß und die besten Wünsche für dich, Rainer
45 Date: 2004-12-29 10:00:40
Taff ( email@example.com / http://www.speedtracktales.co.uk) wrote:
Hi ISDT from 1937 inc are now online in the website shown, coverage of 1948 Brit. Team selection & the 1949 ISDT are in the 1949
section of www.silverdragons.co.uk plus pics of the 1949 ISDT are in the www.sandspeedwales.co.uk > I have just had 80 pics of 1950 ISDT in here to use as well. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME GET THESE WEBSITES LINKED WITH THE
OTHER ENTHUSIASTS GERMAN & ITALIAN LANGUAGE WEBSITES???
44 Date: 2004-10-30 19:47:24
gary richards ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
thanks to you i have just finished another
great season,met more people,feel like a millon bucks,my wife thinks i am having an affair with another zundapp and to be on a isdt team with you and buchard in tulsa ,all winning golds is something i could only dream
of. it is truly an honor to be your friend and i will never forget being with you when the al ames award was handed to you. thanks i have just started secretweapon arkansas and will send pics when i find the camera.
43 Date: 2004-08-28 20:05:29
Martin den Haan ( email@example.com / http://www.martindenhaan.nl) wrote:
Old soldiers never die !
So do old dirt-bikers !
42 Date: 2004-06-25 20:34:37
Franz Schicklgruber ( FranzSchick@Aol.com / http://www.crossoldy.de) wrote:
Hallo Helmut, du hast eine schöne Seite, sehr informativ, Gruß Franz
41 Date: 2004-05-21 16:55:13
Krister Norström ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Thanks for all your help and
your posts on KTMTalk.
Best regards from Sweden
40 Date: 2004-04-23 21:49:43
Mike Husted ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I am a POG member and see your posts regularly. Hope to see you at Mid-Ohio but, for
sure at Tulsa, OK for the reunion ride. I'll be on a Penton (of course).
Mike Husted (rd400pi)
39 Date: 2004-03-05 18:37:27
paul ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i got your info off ktm talk do you do ktm mauals or cd manual
38 Date: 2004-02-13 21:55:56
Doug Wilford ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
That was a nice Wankel ummm Hercules jersey in one picture. Be nice to the Missus
37 Date: 2004-02-08 15:45:19
Jim Kearns ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.jimrealestate.com) wrote:
Great website, facinating story. I am 50 and have recently gotten back into riding after a long hiatus. Bought an '02 XR650R- mistake. too heavy and more bike than I needed. My '03 450EXC is just right.
36 Date: 2004-01-23 23:57:54
Carl Davis ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
As I approach 50 years old you make me feel better to know that if my health is good I don't have to quit riding.
I'm still having a great time with motorcycles and hope to meet you at a event!
Best wishes, Carl
35 Date: 2004-01-21 17:05:08
Loren Lukens ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://volcano.net/~lukens) wrote:
I am very impressed with your site. Also, I would like to purchase a manual for a 2003 450 EXC. Please me know what I have to
P.S. I just turned 60. Yikes!
34 Date: 2004-01-11 17:01:25
Bert Poensgen ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hallo Herr Clasen, habe viele Dinge
gesehen an die ich mich kaum noch erinnert hatte. Jetzt ist alles wieder ganz frisch. Schöne Seite mit vielen Infos.
Viele Grüße Bert poensgen
33 Date: 2003-12-12 06:08:32
Sterling Caudill ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
I called and spoke with you about the Zundapp 125 motor today. I just visited your website. Very impressive.
I disassembled the Zundapp crank today, the crankpin
I hope to put it back together this weekend.
Thanks for the help.
I'll try to see a 200exc this weekend
32 Date: 2003-11-25 19:28:16
Doug MacLean ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Found this site looking up Clasen Motors on a search, just wanted to say hi and the photo history is really
amazing.All the best
Doug from BDI (Kenscott)
31 Date: 2003-11-25 18:45:10
Alan Wheatcroft ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Helmut, I just checked out your website after your
suggestion on KTMTalk. Very, very interesting. You've got some great history and benchracing behind you. It is an honor to correspond with you.
One thing, in common we have is DKW. I was one of the few (if not the
only)to race a DKW in the state of Kentucky back in 1970/71. Mine had the leading link forks and was a great hare scrambles machine.
Keep on ridin', my friend.
30 Date: 2003-11-19 21:44:49
Jim Hall ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hi Speedy. Nice page that reflects a great career.
Thanks for your help!
29 Date: 2003-11-11 07:55:23
Roberto Biza ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.registrohercules.org) wrote:
Bravo Helmut, sei grande !
ciao da Roberto e da tutti gli amici del Registro Hercules
28 Date: 2003-08-11 09:27:25
Georg Landmann ( email@example.com / http://www.hercules-sachs.com/) wrote:
super interesting, these historical photos.
Greetings from Schleissheim, Bavaria
27 Date: 2003-07-08 16:14:18
Karl R. Harris ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
i have seen your posts on KTMTalk for some time now and this is the first time I have known of your
website. WOW! What a great Bio it seems you have led a blessed life it is inspireing to see people like you still doing what you love after all the passed years, i admire you for not falling into the "your to
old" trap. i hope i can do the same. i have become more and more interested in european style enduros over the last few years and was wondering how feasable it would be for a poor man to ride an event as a sort of
european vacation? I will search your sight for links to european orginizations.
26 Date: 2003-06-23 20:49:46
Leo ( email@example.com / http://www.vinduro.de) wrote:
Speedy, the guys have a WC
run north in peleponissos. I think Kalavrita is the stage. If you will ride in Greece, Vaia and I will visit you.
25 Date: 2003-06-16 09:38:35
Thanassis ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.noseman.org) wrote:
I am 37 years old and I started "enduring' a coupl'o years ago. Seems that I'm not that old after all. Much impressed mr. Speedy. Thanks for
the replies on ktmtalk.com. When you come to Greece come and visit. I'll get you a bike to ride through our mountains. I'll keep in touch!
24 Date: 2003-06-12 17:53:21
jean-françois fabi ( magiver ) ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I hope I get to do enduro for 45 plus years like you <<GOD SPEED>> vintage SPEEDY !
23 Date: 2003-06-10 23:48:31
Bryan Jenkins ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Glad to have met ya. You taught me well on my new KTM525EXC. Thank You.
22 Date: 2003-06-09 02:18:14
Steve ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I got this website from a letter I think you posted on KTMtalk.com. If you're selling the shop manuals, would you
have one for a 2002 KTM Sx 65?
21 Date: 2003-05-22 12:18:55
Christa M. Tettenborn ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.tettenborn.training.ch) wrote:
Hallo Helmut Clasen
Sohn, Keith Bichard, der in Georgtown in der Nähe von Toronto lebt, sandte mir Ihre Homepage. Er ist inzwischen 41 Jahre alte und seit 10 Jahren sagt ihm sein Vater er solle aufhören, MotoCross zu fahren. An mir mag er,
dass ich ihm sage er solle das machen, was ihm sein Herz sagt und finde es toll, dass er eine leidenschaftliche Beziehung zu seinem Dirt Bike unterhält, was ich total nachvollziehen kann, weil ich mit Leidenschaft
Golfe. Unsere Leidenschaft gibt unserem Leben den Kick, den so viele Menschen vergebens suchen. Mein Sohn hat in Ihnen eine lebende Legende gefunden and a reason to keep on riding against all odds.
Seien Sie weiterhin ein gutes Beispiel für die Jüngeren!
aus der Schweiz nach Canada
Christa M. Tettenborn
20 Date: 2003-04-11 18:16:14
jeff denton ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
hi helmut. this is the first time that i`ve been to your website. very nice. i showed it to some novice riders in the shop and they were quite impressed with
your accomplichments. jim and i will try to drop by soon to tell you all about our trip to nevada and to return your parts you lent us. fortunatly we did not need to use them and you forgot to include a new rib for me
so i had to ride with used broken one. bye for now. jeff
19 Date: 2003-04-08 01:30:09
Alan Drane ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Helmut hi, I enjoyed speaking with you. after
speaking with you I feel I need to join the Vinduro group. I'm impressed by the stamina and vitality you display riding competitively at your age.
My Mint bikes are as follows. 72 blue rickman 125 enduro, 72 Can AM
125 TNT enduro, 72 Ossa Desert Phantom, 72 Penton ISDT 125 six day, 76 Hercules 175gs, 72 honda SL70, 74 Honda XL100, 74 Honda MR50.Project bike 76 Hercules 125gs.
1976 top two finisher in New England Junior enduro Championship
1977 top two finisher in New England Junior enduro Championship
1989 top ten open class Netra championship (only raced 3 races that year)
1994 Texas champion ship hare scramble series champion
1994 ISDE Zink Ranch participant. Fried ignition on Husqvarna on 4th day. DNS
1994 Lubbock qualifier silver metal
1994 Arkansas qualifier silver metal
18 Date: 2003-03-11 23:43:02
Allan Lachapelle ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
I found this information to be very impressive! You have had a wonderful career and the best
thing is you are still living your dreams! Congratulations on your continued success.
17 Date: 2003-02-07 20:55:20
Thomas Muhm ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Clasen. Habe Sie in Zwickau beim MZ Treffen gesehen und mich gefreut wie fit und jung man nach so vielen Jahren Endurosport sein kann. Ich betreibe diesen Sport nun auch seit 20Jahren(bin jetzt 35 Jahre).Habe damals in
der ehemaligen DDR mit MZ Motorrädern teils Seriennah diesen Sport ausgeübt.Wir wurden in den 80er Jahren im Rahmen der GST mehrmaliger DDR Meister im Motorradmehrkampf.Haben Sie auch schon Erfahrung auf alten MZ
sammeln können?Ich habe mich in der heutigen Zeit auf das Sammeln von alten Enduromaschienen speziell MZ verschrieben. Ich sammle auch inmteressante ältere (zumindest für mich)Sportmaschienen. Habe jetzt unter anderem
eine 87er 500er KTM Enduro erstanden.Da ist zum Beispiel der Motor( Vergaser) und der Dämpfer nicht ganz Astrein .Ist da vielleicht noch etwas im Fundus vorrätig.Ich schicke auch gerne mal wenn Interesse besteht von
unseren Motorrädern ein par Bilder.Gibt es vielleicht bei euch in Canada interessante Motorräder.Ich freue mich auf Antwort und hoffe auf Bald.Sehen wir uns vkielleicht in Zschopau.Mit sportlichen Grüßen Thomas aus Good
16 Date: 2003-01-21 02:32:40
GARY RICHARDS ( no email / no homepage) wrote:
YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION AND A GREAT PERSON ,BECAUSE OF YOU I HAVE A NEW BABY AND I WILL RIDE AS A
PROUD ISDT VET IN MASS. I WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR FRIEND
15 Date: 2003-01-01 11:47:58
Helmut Brunner ( Hel.Brun@web.de / no homepage) wrote:
Hallo Helmut, habe mir heute am Neujahrstag einmal
Zeit und Muße genommen deinen Werdegang zu studieren. Du hast es ja weit gebracht im Leben. Der Motorsport hat Dich geprägt, nie losgelassen und wie es scheint auch gesund gehalten. Ich würde mich freuen Dir bei Deinen
nächsten "Gastspiel" in Old-Germany über den Weg zu laufen.
14 Date: 2002-12-19 01:30:18
Jerry Rewerts ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Very good web sight, enjoyed it.
13 Date: 2002-12-16 06:06:29
JIM DOUGLAS ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
hi Helmut, been a while. this is a good website,lots of great pictures!I knew about your six-day
accomplishments for Canada, but learned a lot about the early days.I'm still selling the best bikes (KTM)here in Victoria, but I'm not sure if you have retired from business?If so, congratulations!I'll phone or e-mail
sometime, so all the best for the holidays!
12 Date: 2002-11-15 20:02:12
Ivo Kulik ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Nice web site, lot of good memories.
JAWA, CZ site! I am originally from Czechoslovakia,
and this remind me my experience with those bikes.
A lot of safe miles, or kilometers to you and all
11 Date: 2002-11-08 21:56:46
Jeff DeBell ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Opa Speedy! When will we see some photos of you at the 2002 ISDTRR? Oh, maybe when I send some to you? Once
again, a pleasure to meet you and share the trails with you, Burchard and Leo this year..although I could never catch up to you in the woods! They do not call you Speedy for nothing!
I look forward to the next time we ride together.
10 Date: 2002-09-08 11:38:06
Sylvain Bergeron ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hello Mr Clasen
glad to have been referred to you by your friend Mr Keller. Thank you for your support with my Sachs. I'll keep in touch
9 Date: 2002-08-11 15:43:24
Mike Kirkpatrick ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Having the opportunity to watch Helmut ride as I grew up was a thrill. It didn't take a lot to figure out he was one of the fast guys.
8 Date: 2002-08-10 00:57:39
John Crosby ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
It's been a privilege biking with you Helmut. I look forward to more stories of your still expanding career.
7 Date: 2002-07-29 19:57:06
Harry LaClair ( Gremoby61@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:
Hallo alter Onkel Speedy gruesst dir Heinrich aus den Utah Bergen!
6 Date: 2002-05-14 10:33:38
Fritz Specht ( firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.ne-koelsche-jung.de) wrote:
et hät zwar lang jeduurt, evver jitz schrieven ich Dir endlich och
ens en Ding Jästebooch. Ich hoffe Dir es et en d´r Zwechenzick jot jejange un Du denks immer noch jähn an Ding Heimat. Ding Homepeitsch jefällt mer ärch jot. Es jo doll wat Du alt all jemaht häss. Ich melde mich
demnöchs ens widder per E-Mail bei Dir. Also dann bes näulich, Dinge kölsche Jung Fritz Specht
5 Date: 2002-04-12 21:18:32
frank ( email@example.com / http://home.wanadoo.nl/fxkuyl/) wrote:
Very nice old pictures of a time when I was 1year old  I ride in the past Maico and Kramer 250 [rotax engine] after Japanese MX bikes I am into Matchless G85CS ....I have nearly 2 of those fantastic british
see my web site......my restoration a further as the pictures shows...soon my works project will on my site
Best Regards frank
4 Date: 2002-04-10 05:40:00
Denton Craig ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Geeze, nice to meet an old competitor. I was born the same year. I enjoyed my CMA events with you as #353 Quebec center on a Catalina
3 Date: 2002-03-20 15:12:34
Tony ( email@example.com / no homepage) wrote:
Greetings OPA! Konmrad Krash here!
2 Date: 2002-03-19 04:44:36
Ed Strohak ( firstname.lastname@example.org / no homepage) wrote:
Congratulations on an awesome career, I know it's not over and I hope to see you on the trails in the near future. As the old saying goes " Dirt Bike
riders only get better with age" !
1 Date: 2002-03-10 11:48:52
Leo Keller ( email@example.com / http://www.enduro-senioren.de) wrote:
And this is another test after bringing the guestbook online.
Gruesse us Koelle,