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    2011 in review

    So, with 2011 coming to an end, what did you scratch off your bucket list? And what's left over for 2012?
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    Finally getting a 29er and riding the piss out of it. 2012, a first race at the tender age of 41.

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    Grand Canyon ride

    Quote Originally Posted by zorg View Post
    So, with 2011 coming to an end, what did you scratch off your bucket list? And what's left over for 2012?
    I've wanted to ride the Rainbow Rim Trail on the north rim of the Grand Canyon ever since I saw a video by MTBBill and I did.

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    Wherewolf, do you have a link to the video? I went here but still cant find it: The North Rim of the Grand Canyon - Part One

    That trail looks like the holy grail of impressive vistas.

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    Spent most of 2011 gettin' fatter, but had one excellent trip. Plenty left over for 2012, and I'll be taking more than two months off work so I've got a sliver of a hope of doing some of it.
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    It's gone

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    Wherewolf, do you have a link to the video? I went here but still cant find it...
    It's gone but I've sent you a PM to download my copy. Let me know once you have it.

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    Got it. Thanks Wherewolf.

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    First trip to Bend Oregon (only three days - I will have to go back there for more exploring).
    First time racing the Nationals 50 mile MTB championship (out of Bend).
    Finally made it up Dogmeat without dabs.
    Lots of places left to explore - maybe next year.
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    Dayum JC, it's not over until the fat lady sings. Still 2.5 weeks left in the year, that's a solid 5%. You're like "The Glass is 95% empty" kind of guy, aren't you?

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    Finally got to ride Ashland

    Got to get some crazy riding and beer drinking in Switzerland

    ...yeah, my bucket list just got way shorter

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    Great thread! I hate the term 'bucket list' for some reason. Life is not a death list I guess...

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    in 2011 I rode:
    ashland
    post canyon
    sandy ridge
    moab
    fruita/grand junction
    gooseberry
    bend
    mills peak

    and that is just the new stuff. its been a great year and Im looking forward to an even better 2012. I plan to hit whistler and take some clinics so I can get some actual skills.

    2011 was also my busiest year in terms of racing. being part of a team is fun and motivating and I even managed to snag a few cat 2 podiums. shooting for some wins in 2012, or maybe even not being dead last in cat 1.

    I would also like to thank the wonderful people who invited me along on these trips. mtbr has helped introduce me to some amazing friends and Im grateful for that.
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    This thread makes me sad....I didn't ride anywhere near as much as I wanted too. I only hit Ord (10-15 times) and Toro (1 or 2 times).

    Dude that sucks!

    I want to hit Demo as soon as I get back from my vacation next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plim View Post
    Spent most of 2011 gettin' fatter, but had one excellent trip. Plenty left over for 2012, and I'll be taking more than two months off work so I've got a sliver of a hope of doing some of it.
    Is it too soon to reserve a spot in the minivan?

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    I had a lot of great rides at Demo and Downieville, progressed technically, and got pretty competent riding flat pedals, but otherwise really didn't ride anywhere new, and I'm definitely below where I was a year ago fitness-wise. I went into 2011 feeling like I was in a rut but ready to pull back from riding a bit, for 2012 I'm looking forward to getting out of it. I don't do bucket lists, but next year I've got big plans both for getting faster and expanding my riding horizons.
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    Got myself back into biking at age 33. Last time I rode I was 19. Can't believe I wasted so much time!!

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    This has been a very good year for biking for me, as well as many other things and I realize how incredibly lucky I am, that we all are, for being able to do what we do. I am so thankful for every one of my kickass friends and mtn biking acquaintances for fun times and helping me to become a better rider.

    1) I pedaled my chunky ass up 231,592 ft so far, but I'm still chunky. WTF? lol...
    2) I did not break any bones coming down those 231,592 ft.
    3) Finally rode at Downieville (like, 6 times!) without any major injury crashes and loved it!
    4) Did my first solo 8 hr. race, but I kinda messed it up by not thinking I had enough time for another loop. Next year I will not shortchange myself.
    5) Me & the vegieman rode the dirt in OR for the first time. Hit the major spots - Bend, Hood River, Oakridge, N. Umpqua trail, Mckenzie river trail, even stayed one night in Ashland, but did not ride there. Next time. That place is mtb and beer Nirvana. It should be on everyone's list, every year!
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    1) 3rd in first endurance event (6hr humboldt)
    2) 5th overall for men's B collegiate
    3) Lost 10lbs
    4) Didn't break 4? 5? frames like I did last year.
    5) Was finally not the slowest guy in the world.
    6) First CX race
    7) Managed to keep my 3.5gpa

    And I think I actually drank more beer this year. So win-win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Great thread! I hate the term 'bucket list' for some reason. Life is not a death list I guess...
    lol, every time I hear it I think of Morgan Freeman.

    I definitely do have a list though, except mine is more of a BIHK(before I have kids) list

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    Accomplished: Got back to riding. Got a serious equipment upgrade. Got the kids involved. Dropped 10#.

    ToDo in One Two: I've got a 50 mile race staked out for October. Drop 20 more. Get the kids racing at a more competitive pitch.

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    once again.... this thread is useless without photos. or video. or gps tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    once again.... this thread is useless without photos. or video. or gps tracks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    once again.... this thread is useless without photos. or video. or gps tracks.
    Part of our Switzerland trip:

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    Ashland helmet cam footage is still sitting on my laptop at home... someday I'll stop riding long enough to edit it

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmr2_man View Post
    1) 3rd in first endurance event (6hr humboldt)
    2) 5th overall for men's B collegiate
    3) Lost 10lbs
    4) Didn't break 4? 5? frames like I did last year.
    5) Was finally not the slowest guy in the world.
    6) First CX race
    7) Managed to keep my 3.5gpa

    And I think I actually drank more beer this year. So win-win.

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    Slide, that gives 2.5 weeks to update the thread for your year end accomplishments!! Personally, 2011 was not that great on the biking front. I finally got a road bike to get some short pre dawn rides in during the workweek. Only 2 new places I rode were Sweeney Ridge and Mt Tam (finally after all these years). 2012 will definitely see way more riding in the mountains (Old Donner trail, Sawtooth ridge, and going back to HITG are on the list), and I got 10 # to lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdamschen View Post
    lol, every time I hear it I think of Morgan Freeman.

    I definitely do have a list though, except mine is more of a BIHK(before I have kids) list
    Yup. Which is why I made Moab a TOP priority this year!
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    first out of state mtb road trip to fruita and moab- great trip with great friends. only regret was not consuming the whole enchilada d/t weather- now gotta go back.

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    Downieville and Ft. Bragg/Jackson Forest were the two big ones for me this year.

    Already got Crested Butte and Kingdom Trails (VT) in the queue for 2012!

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    Getting back to regular riding after > 1yr. of quasi-inactivity due to:
    a. tearing my Achilles tendon while snowboarding in Jan 2010
    b. becoming a father in May 2010
    c. breaking my fibula (again while snowboarding) in Mar 2011

    (yes, I will snowboard this season)

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    Huge bike upgrade this year.

    1) Hit all the stunts/jumps at Demo, except one (sawpit - right after the second big log ride - sketchy drop off old growth stump framed tightly by two trees. Do you just drop that thing or try to catch a little transition on the back side of the stump?)
    2) Finally rode Downieville.
    3) Rode lots of incredible trails in Tahoe - Toads, Northstar, Tyrolean, TRT, others...
    4) Finally got to know the labyrinth that is UCSC and adjacent areas (probably still a lot more to discover).
    5) Overnight epic in Coe.

    2012 - Paradise Royale, Moab, maybe Bend, and a ton more time in Tahoe!
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    1) Like bikes buy one that fits after researching options, get rid of small one.
    2) Crash, separate shoulder and crack ribs
    3) Ride JMP/RR/Chabot loop
    4) Make it to TNGR with good beer in tow
    5) Ride Demo
    6) Ride Dville
    7) Buy a SS for 40 bucks (91 Rockhopper ghetto conversion). Strip down, clean, grease, and reassemble bike and it still runs after 100+ miles
    8) SS China Camp
    9) Go on a night ride
    10) Train dogs to Mtn. Bike with me
    11) Sign up for Sea Otter 2012
    Still left to do this year
    1) SS Tamarancho
    2) Convert SS to a longer chain using tension mechanisim
    3) Ride Skeggs
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    1) Ride Tahoe
    2) Ride a resort
    3) Build up a Front Suspension SS
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    Mostly on the road this year, first time over 4K miles & 600K of climbing, riding Alp D'Huez and Galibier in the snowstorm are my fondest memories of this year as well as Alta Alpine. Can't wait for riding Tourmalet next year!

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    Found an IPA better than Pliny.

    Built a new bike, so I can ride more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    Found an IPA better than Pliny.
    You're so full of it

    Here's my year in review: I did not ride my road bike.

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    Sadly, I became employed in September so am not going to fall short of 6,000 miles for the year, but have managed about 620,000' climbed (so far).

    My "bucket list" item was completing a double century (roadie), something I've wanted to do for 2 years. Actually, I completed 3 of them in the CA Triple Crown Stage Race and got a decent 15th place. Not sure I'll go back there again, so that'll look nice on the wall!

    Attempting the Coe Everest Challenge was big, although that remains incomplete. We did manage to repeat our 100 miles of Coe ride of last year, though, with a larger group which made it quite a different experience. Next year, the full 29K' or bust!

    And after abusing my road bike on trails every so often, I finally got a proper CX bike.

    I think next year's list includes my first race - just not sure what it's going to be yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    You're so full of it

    Here's my year in review: I did not ride my road bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    Found an IPA better than Pliny.
    Do tell! I'm making a beer run on the way home. Pliny isn't my favorite, but I'm always curious about what else stands up to it in the opinions of the beer fans.


    Oh... and for 2011 I helped the economy... a lot. 4 new bikes, 3 of them carbon fiber.
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    Hi Folks,

    2011 was a great year for me because I got to enjoy a Season Pass at Northstar Bike Park for the first time since shattering my left femur there on 8/2/2009.

    The skills came back pretty quickly as I hit Big Daddy as well as the wooden platform drop to a hip landing off the Vista lift.

    Some folks gave me a little grief for returning to Northstar in order to log more air time at 61 years of age. I just felt lucky to be able to do so and enjoyed the heck out of it!

    Have fun however you get dirty,

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    Got back into riding MTB after a 15 year layoff.
    Bought a new bike Ibis Mojo SL
    Discovered TNGR and beer sampling.
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    It wasn't the most prolific riding year for me, but nonetheless I still had some awesome riding experiences. A lot more trips and a lot less weekend rides, due to family responsibilities and taking on a 'real' job.

    Some highlights are:

    - A fun road century from my house to Santa Cruz and back
    - Ashland-Umpqua-Oakridge, OR road trip with family
    - Winning a sweet set of Magura MT8 brakes!
    - Downieville Labor Day Gathering
    - Bend, OR Trip with MTBR and Cog Wild Tours

    I got my first carbon bike this year, an On-One 456 and as fun as it was, I still felt I wanted something more, so yesterday Brown Santa delivered my new ride for 2012: a Titus carbon FTM. I think this might be my ticket to more saddle time next year!

    (and Francis, ahem....busted.)
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    So, with 2011 coming to an end, what did you scratch off your bucket list? And what's left over for 2012?

    My 32 yr's on son took ME to Baker Hot Spring(by Mt Baker in Wash. state, where I took him as a baby)

    Rode my Mt Bike in Yosemite,

    Served on the GGNRA liason committee in Pacifica for the last 5 yrs , where a few of us nere do wells lobbied tirelessly to assure 100% access for Mt Bike riders. And this year those efforts paid off at the 4000+ acre,newest National Park in the whole damn country(Rancho Corral de Tierra) is essentially 100% trails open to all pedalers....

    Attending many Midcoast Trails Council meetings +bird dogged San Mateo County staff to provide 100% access to Mt Bike riders on all dirt trails in their newest Park. (Pillar Point Ridge)...
    SMCo staff were going to steer us down by Half Moon Bay airport, in traffic .......So Fk yeah, I'm damn proud of this little victory of dirt riding opportunity from a 100% anti MB publicly funded entity....

    Read about these actions here:
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    2012,
    Work w Santa Clara County Parks + the Equestrian community to expand Almaden Quicksilver Co Park west for trails riding opportunities,

    Volunteer w MROSD to assist in communicating past+future MB riding opportunities at Sierra Azul,Mt Um, Purisima to the Sea dirt paths...

    Pay my dues to ROMP + IMBA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    Found an IPA better than Pliny.

    Built a new bike, so I can ride more
    franklin double?

    Very hard to find

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    Quit drinking (Sigh!) and quit smoking! (yea!) Bought a mountain bike after not riding for almost twenty years! Next year i'm going to try and get a life and maybe do some serious riding.

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    March: Rode P-town for the first time
    May: First major bike injury (sprained shoulder, P-town)
    July: first DH bike... sold el-Cheapo hardtail soon after
    August: first time at N*
    August: first time Northshore riding in Vancouver (Mt. Seymour)
    November: first time at Bootleg Canyon, Nevada

    2011 made me realize how much I suck as a rider, but I love it!

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    June: Got a garmin for my birthday and strava... whee!
    July: Got to watch my son, Elliot Danger Penning, come into the world. That was one of the biggest most awesome things I got to experience and wow my wife is a trooper to go through that whole giving birth thing!

    I havn't gotten nearly enough riding in this year and have had a bit more trouble dealing with the stress between work and the kiddo, but it'll get better, Lighter work load next year and my wife goes back to work so hopefully that means less OT and more baby and bike riding time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rox View Post
    in 2011 I rode:
    ashland
    post canyon
    sandy ridge
    moab
    fruita/grand junction
    gooseberry
    bend
    mills peak

    and that is just the new stuff. its been a great year and Im looking forward to an even better 2012. I plan to hit whistler and take some clinics so I can get some actual skills.

    2011 was also my busiest year in terms of racing. being part of a team is fun and motivating and I even managed to snag a few cat 2 podiums. shooting for some wins in 2012, or maybe even not being dead last in cat 1.

    I would also like to thank the wonderful people who invited me along on these trips. mtbr has helped introduce me to some amazing friends and Im grateful for that.
    Wow Aaron, you made it to a lot of fun places, I've yet to go to. I hope to have more time for mountain bike trips next year, when we won't spend 3 weeks in Europe. I biked with my family in Lithuania and Latvia, but all on flat paved, gravel and dirt roads or bike paths to enjoy the countryside there.
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    not my biggest riding year either, but i did get a couple of long (with wherewolf) rides in tahoe this summer in areas i hadn't ridden before. still hoping to get up to oregon next summer for a few days. too much turmoil on the home and work front to get much riding done...j-c, looking forward to riding with you and your crew more in 2012!

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    Is this biking only?

    Are there any brave souls that will do a 'non-biking year in review?' Photos and the works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Are there any brave souls that will do a 'non-biking year in review?' Photos and the works!
    August was the best vacation month, ever!

    2 weeks eating and drinking through Barcelona and San Sebastian and then a week floating down the Colorado.
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