Dave was a great part of a new team but quite frankly after having the HC crew bust his balls on getting the PA setup at their state race, I completely understand his decision to retire from actively helping BMX racing in NJ.
It is time for people who want to see change in BMX racing in NJ to make a stand. Some may say, well how is retiring helping?, when a person makes it known why they do something it is much different than just skulking away.
Which is why this website will not be covering the NBL State Championship at HC.
Mistreating my girlfriend, my friends, using foul language at state meetings, impeding any sort of progress, etc. is not helping the sport of BMX racing in NJ. For far too long BMX racing was mishandled in this state and if it takes rebuilding the house of BMX racing in NJ, then so be it.