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all the engine mounts, knocked the mag off, and the piston hit the head so hard it broke all the cylinder studs, the head hit the gas tank, and the fuel line came off. Racing scrambles made Jerickson a master at slidin’ corners on the fireroads. You could go into a corner with him side by side and feel con- fident that he would stay in his lane. That usually wasn’t much of a problem, because the only time you were side by side with him is when he was blowing by you. After the Goldstar, he road Greeves for many years, then the Huskys. The Huskys didn’t slide corners like the Greeves, but Jerickson made them work. I have attached a picture of Jim, and a picture of him rac- ing at the Virginia City GP and the Soboba GP. I hope putting these pictures on the Internet doesn’t offend anyone. Jim was a great guy, and it’s fitting the memorial that was originally to him, has become a memorial to many involved in the sport. I was there when we buried the husky. There were quite few people at a small gathering at Hwy 395 & 58, then Ron Griewe, Gormo, the Lamar’s and others took the bike out to one of Jim’s favor- Some monuments get to pay their they ride in the leave little tokens The American flag and steel tribute flag fly at the Husky Monument day and night. There is even a solar powered light that shines on the flags at night. DIRT ILLustrated \\\\\\ Vol. 1 + Issue 2 + Page 74 This tool box is one Memorial. Note that the ground with