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    Ashland Super D 2011

    The Ashland Mountain Challenge Super D is in the planning stages and we have our dates set for 2011.
    June 17 will be the Avid chainless race.
    June 18 will be the Super D
    June 19 will be a hosted ride.
    go to www.ashmtnadv.com and click on the race page for all the details. We will continue to update this thread as details come together.

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    Thanks for the update im hoping to make it to this.

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    Sounds good, I'm looking forward to making my first trip down next summer.

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    I can't wait, Ashland is awesome!


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    The registration for this race can be found at www.ashlandmountainadventures.com
    on the race page. It will open March 1.
    Hope to see you there!

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    Sweet! Hope to make it!

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    what is a chainless race? like coasting the whole way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    what is a chainless race? like coasting the whole way?
    A race without a chain on the bike. You can push with your feet.. And still spin the pedals all you want..
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    This one is so gravity feed, that if you were able to stay off your brakes and clean e dry section you would not need to take more than a few strokes of the pedas anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbmtb
    This one is so gravity feed, that if you were able to stay off your brakes and clean e dry section you would not need to take more than a few strokes of the pedas anyway.
    Do you still get a new SRAM chain installed at the finish?
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    Yep!

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    Can anyone compair the Ashland Super D to some other races?

    I have raced at Downieville, The Hood River Super D up at post, and The Fluidride Enduro @ Dog River.. I love those races but have never made it to Ashland due to school.

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    Never mind. Stupid question.

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    Registration opens March 1 @ 8am.
    Go to www.ashmtnadv.com and click on the Race page, then scroll to the bottom and click on REGISTRATION.
    See you there!

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