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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    Congrats to you sir ! If you made it before Nov. 23 perhaps #8 should be you and #9 for me?
    I climbed it on the 19th. Like I said traction was primo that day.

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    Nice job rogan...not cheating in the least...still gotta have the lungs to maintain that pitch. (order don't matter to me but:

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    Fixed !

    That is the correct listing. I am a big fan of coincidence and my number was 9 last year also. Thanks for humoring me ! Pretty choppy with rocks out there on dogmeat but still not bad conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    That's CHUM on pretty much anything with a positive grade...

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    Four of us visited these trails for the first time yesterday and attempted the challenge. All of us were undone in the same zone as above -- you can see the same grouping of trees in ancient rascal's picture.

    The first two guys made it a bit farther but I made the mistake of trying to stand up to try and dig a little deeper through the tough bit. It was too slick and I have no skills, so the tire spun immediately and I was done. That was annoying because I wasn't really in trouble yet, but I was worried that my heart rate was going to go critical before I got to the crest if I stayed seated.

    The view from my fail.



    It surprised me that in all the discussion in this thread (and a few others) which we read before heading down there, no one went out of their way to mention that climbing from Alma Bridge Road up Limekiln to the starting point of this is pretty damn hard in its own right. There's a long section of climbing through baby-head rocks that reminded us of Two Quarry at Annadel, and I was about ready to barf after clearing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somanygoodbikes View Post
    Four of us visited these trails for the first time yesterday and attempted the challenge. All of us were undone in the same zone as above -- you can see the same grouping of trees in ancient rascal's picture.

    The first two guys made it a bit farther but I made the mistake of trying to stand up to try and dig a little deeper through the tough bit. It was too slick and I have no skills, so the tire spun immediately and I was done. That was annoying because I wasn't really in trouble yet, but I was worried that my heart rate was going to go critical before I got to the crest if I stayed seated.

    The view from my fail.



    It surprised me that in all the discussion in this thread (and a few others) which we read before heading down there, no one went out of their way to mention that climbing from Alma Bridge Road up Limekiln to the starting point of this is pretty damn hard in its own right. There's a long section of climbing through baby-head rocks that reminded us of Two Quarry at Annadel, and I was about ready to barf after clearing that.
    Yeah your right about the initial climb to the base of "Dogmeat". The limekiln (Overgrown) climb can be a tough one especially if you weren't expecting it. My HR goes througth the roof just after the trail in your picture when it takes a slight left turn. It is a struggle to keep traction and resist the urge to stand and not have a coronary at the same time. Now you understand the reason for the challenge! There are other brutal climbs in the bay area but because of the traction issue and close proximity to civilization, this is a chart topper. I have heard of a harder one called "Bear Mountain" in Henry Coe park. Same type terrain but longer climb of similar gradient. Good try and I am sure you"ll be back to claim your spot on the list!
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    Overgrown is in especially rough shape now after all the rain the past couple weeks. It is not usually as tough to climb as it probably was last weekend for you guys. That baby head section is way rougher than normal. Good try on the challenge guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall View Post
    I have heard of a harder one called "Bear Mountain" in Henry Coe park. Same type terrain but longer climb of similar gradient.
    Bear Mountain is a ball buster, make no mistake. Much more demanding than Dogmeat.
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    Both success and a failure..

    Deciding that I could work when it is raining, finished bike part realignment in the morning, went climbed Priest Rock, with some rest at the Limekiln intersection. Then with some suffering (I am not strong enough for 1x10 here) cleaned it to the top. Woohoo.

    Had lunch, decided that work is for suckers, and went back deciding to try to no-dab Limekiln and Dogmeat in one go.. Made it to the next to last steep section, got distracted.. spinned out and failed. Rested and got up, but goal missed. I pretty much have no chance of recovering there if not maintaining pace, whatever I can master.

    If it dries out after tomorrows rain, will get back with a heavy FS bike. It got granny and fat ass tires, could be easier despite extra 12 pounds.

    Weather and trail was perfect.. but I had no energy left even to descend fast enough... forgot to put clipless pedals into my tool bag... used platforms I keep there for street shoes and skate shoes. Not bad at all, actually. Maybe even easier for me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall
    Good try and I am sure you"ll be back to claim your spot on the list!
    To hear him talk about it I'm not so sure he wants to ever go back...

    Personally now that I've seen it once I don't even understand how anyone could do it ss.

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    It's inevitable there will be another weekend when most other destinations are muddy and our choices are limited to this or Oat Hill.

    Plus I still want to see what is on that segment over Kennedy trail to the top of the upper half of Limekiln.

    Plotting behind the scenes has already come up with this so far.

    Go earlier -- to allow for two attempts at Dogmeat with a break in between if the first fails.
    Skip St. Joes.
    Take it much easier going up Overgrown. Maybe even take a scenery break or two.
    Rest at the base of Dogmeat.
    I'd even go so far as to leave my ten pound backpack at the start and come back for it, if I knew I was coming back that way.

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    Lots to see ... Sierra Azul

    Quote Originally Posted by somanygoodbikes View Post
    It's inevitable there will be another weekend when most other destinations are muddy and our choices are limited to this or Oat Hill.

    Plus I still want to see what is on that segment over Kennedy trail to the top of the upper half of Limekiln.

    Plotting behind the scenes has already come up with this so far.

    Go earlier -- to allow for two attempts at Dogmeat with a break in between if the first fails.
    Skip St. Joes.
    Take it much easier going up Overgrown. Maybe even take a scenery break or two.
    Rest at the base of Dogmeat.
    I'd even go so far as to leave my ten pound backpack at the start and come back for it, if I knew I was coming back that way.
    Lots to climb ...Come and get it ! 8000 plus ft. gain to climb on 3 different routes to the top of El Sombroso @ 2999 ft. Let me know ... the boys and I will join in the misery ! Woods Trail Wildflowers, Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve
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    Awesome work Axe! Welcome to the board! Looks like I am going to need to work on a tee-shirt design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somanygoodbikes View Post
    It's inevitable there will be another weekend when most other destinations are muddy and our choices are limited to this or Oat Hill.

    Plus I still want to see what is on that segment over Kennedy trail to the top of the upper half of Limekiln.

    Plotting behind the scenes has already come up with this so far.

    Go earlier -- to allow for two attempts at Dogmeat with a break in between if the first fails.
    Skip St. Joes.
    Take it much easier going up Overgrown. Maybe even take a scenery break or two.
    Rest at the base of Dogmeat.
    I'd even go so far as to leave my ten pound backpack at the start and come back for it, if I knew I was coming back that way.
    Be careful about coming out when everything else is wet...Dogmeat can get pretty slick about mid way up which sucks if you are trying for a no dab. Also, another option is to take Priest from the bottom rather than Overgrown...steeper but shorter without any chunk to get in the way. One other thing that helps is to go ultra slow for rest at the various relief spots along the way...you probably knew that.

    Axe: "went back deciding to try to no-dab Limekiln and Dogmeat in one go"

    The ultimate challenge is to do a No-Dab from the bottom all the way to Woods Trail head...this means peaking the top of Dogmeat, continuing right, and cleaning all the roller coasters which are STEEP little batsards! Doable of course but hard on tired legs.
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    Trail should be ripe for some new faces. Anyone want to hit this Wednesday or Friday? Around noon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Trail should be ripe for some new faces. Anyone want to hit this Wednesday or Friday? Around noon?
    I might be up for it on Friday. Noon would work.

    EDIT: Do you plan on doing a No Dab all the way up to Woods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassn View Post
    I might be up for it on Friday. Noon would work.

    EDIT: Do you plan on doing a No Dab all the way up to Woods?
    Cool! So, I have accomplished that in the past but hadn't planned on it...can be convinced but AGH that's a rough ride.
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    You guys ! ... with the ridge eh?

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    Cool! So, I have accomplished that in the past but hadn't planned on it...can be convinced but AGH that's a rough ride.
    Such show offs ! T-shirts can do that to you though ! Nonstop all the way back to Alma bridge road huh ? Did it one time only on the Klein many years ago !
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    Third time's a charm

    Had a slow day at work so I took off at noon and went up and knocked this out. Great day for it. Should be even better tomorrow.

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    Nice !

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    Had a slow day at work so I took off at noon and went up and knocked this out. Great day for it. Should be even better tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilysdad View Post
    Had a slow day at work so I took off at noon and went up and knocked this out. Great day for it. Should be even better tomorrow.
    Excellent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilysdad View Post
    Had a slow day at work so I took off at noon and went up and knocked this out. Great day for it. Should be even better tomorrow.
    Atta boy! Wondering when we'd see you on the wall of fame for this year. I rode today too (other hill across the way) and it was COLD!!! Numb toes on the way up...numb fingers on the way down. Anyhow, that's 11 so we all gotta make some room in our tee shirt drawer!

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    Congrats all... Lilysdad, did you do it on your SS?

    PS - You guys that climb this on SS are some strong mofos! I was stoked to clear Overgrown (non-stop) this morning on my SS... after all the rain Overgrown is pretty hairy to climb. Even with my easy/mud gearing, there is no way I could have kept going and cleared Dogmeat non-stop.

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    No SS, yet.

    I did it with gears on a 26" hardtail. Actually, it was mostly just 1 gear. I would like to try it on the SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilysdad View Post
    I did it with gears on a 26" hardtail. Actually, it was mostly just 1 gear. I would like to try it on the SS.
    Pretty sure squashyo only wants/permits one single speeder per season on the list? That may have happened already? Edit ... I'm a kidder ya know ! Proper 32x20 single speed 26er or the equiv. on a 29er etc. will be tough!
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    I remember last year trying to be all studly and attempting to no dab my 40lb Bullit...I failed both in the attempt and in getting my left lung back in its socket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    I remember last year trying to be all studly and attempting to no dab my 40lb Bullit...I failed both in the attempt and in getting my left lung back in its socket.
    Hm.. I am busy rebuilding my Nicolai (got a 170mm coil fork for it) thinking it will be easier to ride it up with larger tires and a granny ring, going even slower than my usual snail pace... I wonder if that is a correct assumption. But it is in lower 30lb range (but no silly lockouts).

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    Please add me to the list. Damp, tacky dirt almost makes it easy. Almost.

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    I chickened out this AM -- temps of 33F here in SCruz @ 6:30am just made the whole idea of riding up there unappealing.

    Tempted to do so in the morning tomorrow (7ish) or Saturday AM (weather permitting). I'll be pretty damn slow though since I haven't been riding a lot.

    Suffering is good though.

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    Dang dude, that's a big ole ride to boot! Nice work and don't be humble...it's still steep as all heck and never a gimme. I got a real pro perhaps helping with shirt design so stoked about that! Congrats!

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    ... and if we just ... Twice is nice.

    #2 for lilysdad and me today-- and I got to witness Mr. Porkstacker clear it on the Orange Fatbike!

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    Dang dude, that's a big ole ride to boot! Nice work and don't be humble...it's still steep as all heck and never a gimme. I got a real pro perhaps helping with shirt design so stoked about that! Congrats!

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    HEY HEY HEY...welcome to the board of glory LP. I hope you like Tee Shirts!

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    3 in a row LP leads the way

    Happy to be there to witness first LP then Marco then lilysdad make it one after another. Extra points for LP ... doing it on the "Orange Tractor" ... congrats to all. That ride kicked my arse!
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    I couldn’t believe how “easy” it was on the fatbike. Seriously, it should have been impossible, as the wheels/tires/hubs/spokes/tubes have a combined weight of more than 16 pounds. The tires hooked up amazingly, such that I pretty much just rode straight up the middle, without keeping to the “clean” side on the left. I think today it was 90% bike and 10% rider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    HEY HEY HEY...welcome to the board of glory LP. I hope you like Tee Shirts!

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    Yes, yes I do. Although victory beer is nice, but I heard the t-shirts are getting sort of a professional touch to them though.
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    I only did Kennedy up and back today w/ the wife, but I was amazed how sticky things were. Actually, if anything, the climb up was a bit more effort for super sticky.

    Descending was fun

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    Well, I thought my brother and I did Dogmeat and I guess we didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    Well, I thought my brother and I did Dogmeat and I guess we didn't.
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    Please sir add a (X2) by my name! This was the easiest time I have ever gone up dogmeat. Never once got in trouble and even though my HR was high, I felt pretty darn good! Porkstacker and Tosa cleared it too. Mboldt almost made it on the 1X10 bike after a huge month of climbing and 7th consecutive day of riding. Well done.
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    Sweet...is Tosa Tosa's handle on MTBR?
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Sweet...is Tosa Tosa's handle on MTBR?
    Yep, and add me for another no-dab success on the fatbike.
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    Way to go Tosa!!! Welcome to the board. As for you other guys, yes, we know, you're animals...2x by your name but only one shirt for you!

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    One more and we beat last year's number! Keep em coming!
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    Conditions should be ripe to nail this one down...who's next? Jdub? Francois? Bassn? Kmax? Isn't Lilysdad going to do this with his feet tied to his peddle like in Breaking Away? PMarshall on his road bike maybe? Somebody surprise me this weekend!
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    Wink The Couch Bike has batteries doncha know!

    I would definitely try the challenge with the Couch Bike but it's too wide to fit through the gates at the trail heads.


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    Thank you, sir, may I have another!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Thank you, sir, may I have another!
    tee shirts > beer?

    Nice ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by tosa View Post
    tee shirts > beer?

    Nice ride
    No, I still love beer better than clothing.

    Thanks, it was seriously cooooooooold out there today—I ought have done this ride on Tuesday before this massive cold front washed in. Funny thing was that I got two 2nd fastest trophies (up Woods and up Dogmeat) yet it seemed like I was going really slow. Ice was on the ground, and I could see some snow at the base of the big box up on the hill at Umunhum. I can finally feel my toes now, they were numb for most of the ride.
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    I looked at it today on GoogleEarth and then zoomed into ground level where I proceeded to no dab using the mouse all the way to the top. (I did have to zoom out a few times to keep perspective) but never once put my imaginary foot to the ground...

    That's good? amiright amiright?

    Oh forgot something. I was riding my Huffy Cheater Slick while doing the climb!
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    Poaching Demo...that's why we can't have nice things...

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    OK the third time is the charm: You can add me to the list again.
    I took it easy up lower Priest Rock, recovered on the "flats" and kept some energy in store for the few really steep sections. Once I made it past the tree on the right, even though there's one more steep challenge ahead I knew it was in the bag. It was busy there and ran into Dirk, Marco, Brett and Greg. ElHombre met the Dogmeat challenge as well and can be added to the list.
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