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    7th Annual Dogmeat No Dab Challenge (Los Gatos, CA) BEGINS!

    Hey hey! Here we go!!! Will this be your year to try it or slay it again!??

    Here's how it works:
    Between now and March 31, 2017, clean/no foot down (ride uninterrupted) what's commonly called Dogmeat (In Los Gatos, CA - Technically upper Priest Rock in Sierra Azul) from start of intersection of Limekiln and Priest Rock to top of mountain at the intersection...once you start, you cannot put your foot down or lean on tree for rest. Those that succeed earn their name on the VERY prestigious Wall of Fame and a free craft beer (or something else if a good idea strikes me)! Beer/prizes are only available if more than 11 make the board before time runs out. Honor system.

    So far:
    2011: 12
    2012: 14
    2013: 22
    2014: 15
    2015: 12
    2016: 9

    Here's the beast: Strava Segment | https://www.strava.com/segments/945744

    The actual trail is at the intersection of Limekiln Trail and Priest Rock Trail and is the Priest Rock ascent to Kennedy Trail at this intersection. (Download map here: http://www.openspace.org/sites/default/files/map_SA.pdf)

    For getting there, you have a few options. I'll go easy to hardest:

    1) Park next to the reservoir on Alma Bridge Road
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Al...4d-121.9852146
    You can park next to trail head at either Limekiln Trail or Priest Rock Trail. Limekiln is more of a chunky ascent, almost ST in nature - more on the technical side but not bad. Priest Rock Trail is just a steep FR that gets you there faster but more sustained steep. (Note: if you can't make it up lower Priest or Limekiln, you're in for a rude awakening).

    2) Park on Jones Rd, Los Gatos and warm up through St. Josephs Hill. Just take this Jones Trail straight to Alma Bridge.
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Jo...4d-121.9853083
    This will give you a little more saddle time if you are looking for a longer ride. On the way back, you can double back and climb to the top of St Joes for some nice views or descend Kennedy for a bigger loop OR go right at the top of Dogmeat and take on the roller coasters to Limekiln for an even bigger day.

    The Wall so far:

    ancient rascal (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, '15, '16)
    Andy J. (’13, ’14, '15)
    ASK (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, '15, '16)
    Axe (’13)
    bassn (’12)
    BigSpin ('15)
    BRoyston (’13, ’14)
    cragnshag ('16)
    Diesel (’11)
    DigDirtDude (’13)
    Dopaminer_09 (’11)
    El Hombre (’13)
    epic_sunday ('16)
    FatTireMan (’12)
    Ike22 (’13)
    Jason F. (’14)
    jasony13 (’13)
    Juan Navarro ('15)
    Jens Olson (’14)
    JL de Jong (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14)
    KeithMakesWine (’12)
    Leopold Porkstacker (’13, '15)
    LG Man (’12, ’13, ’14, '15, '16)
    lilysdad (’12, ’13, ’14)
    locoyokel (’11)
    mboldt (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, '15)
    mtbhead (’12)
    mudworm (’14)
    orthorex (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14)
    Plymmer (’11)
    pmarshall (’11, ’12, ’13, '15, '16)
    rogan (’13)
    silentben (’14)
    sirkrameroy (’13, '15, '16)
    skidmarque (’11, ’12, ’13)
    Squashyo (’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, '15)
    Tosa (’13)
    vedson ('16)
    vincinator99 (’13, ’14, '15)

    See here for last years romp: 6th Annual Dogmeat No Dab Challenge (Los Gatos, CA) BEGINS!)

    Hope to see a good turn out this year and good luck all you crazy bastards.
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    Very cool. I'll go up and down no dab
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    I'm in.

    I find your ideas intriguing and wish to subscribe to your newsletter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8sean View Post
    I find your ideas intriguing and wish to subscribe to your newsletter.
    That's because he is a prince from Nigeria and only asks for the money order difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
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    Just borrow one of Francis's eBikes. Of course, you will only earn a Bud Lite for that.
    I'm not sure how this works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Just borrow one of Francis's eBikes. Of course, you will only earn a Bud Lite for that.
    Make it a Bud Lime-A-Rita and you have a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Just borrow one of Francis's eBikes. Of course, you will only earn a Bud Lite for that.
    I don't have any e-bikes. That I know of. And if I did, they are only used to pick up the shuttle vehicle at the top of the tall mountain.
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    Oh I'm in alrighty !

    Just have to decide which vehicle to take on this joy ride! Wonder who is gonna make the list first?
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    Well, AR...that would be me. Went up Overgrown (Limekiln) and almost dabbed there...very chunky in spots. Stopped here:



    And fueled up with my go to:



    Trail was superb but still very tough. The killers are the very first steep pitch in the beginning (with the cone) and the very last steep pitch. The rest is all a-ok though no where near gimme status. Just a lot more line choices than previous years due to the grading. Conditions are ripe but I imagine they will get worse as the rains progress.

    And here's the Dog meeting the top:



    Good luck all...it's a really good year to give it a go:

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Well, AR...that would be me. Went up Overgrown (Limekiln) and almost dabbed there...very chunky in spots. Stopped here:



    And fueled up with my go to:



    Trail was superb but still very tough. The killers are the very first steep pitch in the beginning (with the cone) and the very last steep pitch. The rest is all a-ok though no where near gimme status. Just a lot more line choices than previous years due to the grading. Conditions are ripe but I imagine they will get worse as the rains progress.

    And here's the Dog meeting the top:



    Good luck all...it's a really good year to give it a go:

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    Wow ... already? Let me be one of the first to say ... Congrats to you #1
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    Hell yes! I love this kind of stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK-XC View Post
    Hell yes! I love this kind of stuff.
    I'm expecting to see a video of you climbing to the top first try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBoardman View Post
    I'm expecting to see a video of you climbing to the top first try.
    That's the plan! I'll let you know when I head down to attempt it.

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    Shameless Bankster 20/40 spamming!

    Quote Originally Posted by BK-XC View Post
    That's the plan! I'll let you know when I head down to attempt it.
    Maybe make one more trip after the Dogmeat deal? This challenge is getting jealous already ... 6th Annual 20/40 under from Kennedy Trailhead
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    Maybe make one more trip after the Dogmeat deal? This challenge is getting jealous already ... 6th Annual 20/40 under from Kennedy Trailhead
    If I'm going to drive 2 hours to get there I better do both in one day! (what the hell am I signing up for?!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK-XC View Post
    Hell yes! I love this kind of stuff.
    Just say no! This is a locals S&M fest.

    Do yourself a favor and drive 20 more minutes to Demo or UC Wilder or JNT or Coe or Toro or even Freakmont Older. Or just stay at home and crawl through glass to experience the same amount of enjoyment (and I'll buy you a beer!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtvert View Post
    Just say no! This is a locals S&M fest.

    Do yourself a favor and drive 20 more minutes to Demo or UC Wilder or JNT or Coe or Toro or even Freakmont Older. Or just stay at home and crawl through glass to experience the same amount of enjoyment.
    Haha, I will not be deterred! Aren't we all really in this for the suffering?

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    How can I save you when you won't save yourself...
    Friends don't let friends ride e-"bikes" on dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK-XC View Post
    Hell yes! I love this kind of stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtvert View Post
    How can I save you when you won't save yourself...
    C'mon man ... these guys plowed through both these challenges on the same damn run!4th Annual 20/40 under @ Kennedy Trail-head- Mtbr.com ... Shirly it can't be that bad? Although ... I've heard that the #7 guy almost died from just the 20/40 part alone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtvert View Post
    How can I save you when you won't save yourself...
    Hahahha, I love it. You're only stoking the flames!

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    Bro. Dude. Brother.


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    dv...it's a challenge you downhill junky. a) have you tried it? b) sorry, I really didn't prepare for a b. there is no b).
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    c. I only ride park.

    d. 30 p.s.i. in my Minions (I don't care about your opinions).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall View Post
    I will be attempting this again this year as well. The 20 will be tough, always is! The 40 is doable for a lot of people. Of course as I sit here and type, I am thinking how great it would be to knock both challenges (Dogmeat and 20/40) out on the same ride. Then the reality hits when I start pedaling which is usually a conversation inside my mind that goes like this, "Ok dude, let's bang this 20 min out and then coast to the top for the 40. After that, I will go down dogmeat and then right back up for a no-dab! Ok here I go"......At this point I have been pedaling for about 3 minutes and then I have this conversation, "Holy hand grenades! This is hurting a lot, what the heck? I might just quit biking for a while. Why do I do these stupid challenges? Oh no, did I leave the stove on? OMG! My breathing and heart rate are not in sync and is my brake rubbing because it feels like it is. I hope I get a flat or my chain breaks so I can quit right now. Wonder how much gold clubs cost?" Good luck everyone!
    Good quote from that 2014 thread.

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    Classic!

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    I feel sorry for you Los Gatos folks.....those trails suck. I'll be down to give it my annual try shortly.
    I'm the problem....

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    Can I get credit for doing it really, really early on the 31st?

    https://www.strava.com/activities/75...S&v=1477266932

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    Quote Originally Posted by form49b View Post
    Can I get credit for doing it really, really early on the 31st?

    https://www.strava.com/activities/75...S&v=1477266932
    Whoa! Nice PRs there. If I am not mistaken, you accomplished this when it was dry...no easy task! A wee bit too early to be accepted but you have 5 months and this is deep in your wheel house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbrdan View Post
    I feel sorry for you Los Gatos folks.....those trails suck. I'll be down to give it my annual try shortly.
    You go to war with the trails that are given to you. Totally see you on the wall this year.
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    It was mostly dry but the first rains got rid of the moon dust. A few weeks before I couldn't have done it. Anyway it wasn't a planned attempt - I got to the top of OG and met a guy I know and he was going to try it, so after a while I decided to see how far I could make it, and if you don't get stopped, you can't very well give up!

    The Midpen grooming made the difference, though. I've tried it before with better fitness and not made it.

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    I should be out there giving it a shot soon. We shall see if my legs have it in em...

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    My good buddy BRoyston knocked it out like a champ today. Good job B. His victory pic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Here's the beast: Strava Segment | https://www.strava.com/segments/945744
    That's the silly runner KOM segment.

    Here's the biking segment.

    The times really reveal how hard this climb is. The on-foot and bike records are within four seconds of each other!
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    Oh the humiliation !

    Not the fact that I missed Dogmeat again today. It was running into someone who used to post and talking about some guy who posted up a Sanitizing Kennedy thread that he thought was hilarious. He says do you know some guy called ancient rascal ... nevermind. Dogmeat today with only a quick slip out. I'm gonna nail it soon as I had the gas for it today and I'm strong enough finally again! 7th Annual Dogmeat No Dab Challenge (Los Gatos, CA) BEGINS!-fullsizer-10-.jpg Had a little help from my friends. 7th Annual Dogmeat No Dab Challenge (Los Gatos, CA) BEGINS!-img_1612.jpg Getting a bit choppy and dry already ... go get it soon maybe? FYI the line 4 ish feet from my bike near the middle is the one that's gonna be best!
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    Nice try dude! It is definitely getting harder again with the sun on it. I picked the best day to get this one under the belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    Nice try dude! It is definitely getting harder again with the sun on it. I picked the best day to get this one under the belt.
    Thanks man! ... Thursday and today I used the Klein @ 24x22 and it is almost cheating the way it eats up the steeps! Thursday try two dabs ... Friday 4 mile run ... Today I didn't think I had gas in the legs left but I almost made it. Tamale is another ride with LG man ... and maybe that super old dude lilysdad might even make it. Good to hear from you today bro!
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    I set out today to knock off Dogmeat and the Kennedy Challenge, but luck was not with me. My tire got sliced by the rocks on the uphill in the last 200m of Dogmeat! I still cleaned it though! If you don't believe me, I was riding with a powermeter, so you can see that I kept pedaling. But then I stopped to fix it at the top, and found out the valve stem on my 29er tube was not long enough for my deepish cross wheels.

    I ran into one fellow mountain biker at the top and asked if he had a tube with a longer stem, but he had those Schrader tubeless valves and Schrader tubes to go with them! Doh! I had never seen those in the wild before... just my luck to see them at that moment. Kennedy was a nice hike.

    After rolling on the flat for the smoother sections, and making it down Kennedy Road a ways, another kind mountain biker gave me a ride to Summit Cycles, where I borrowed a valve extender, put the tube back in and inflated it, and rode home. Lesson learned!

    ye olde strava link

    Absurd metrics from final half mile. 5mph, 429w, 54rpm. I think that was how Jan Ullrich climbed.
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    Dude...I completely believe you...anyone else, perhaps I'd be leary. That's pretty legendary stuff hot shot. Nice job and sorry about the hike. Same thing happened to us this weekend. We had inner tubes but my buddies Envy wheels were too deep! Anyhow...congrats!

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    Thanks! If anyone is wondering, I don't recommend doing this with cross gearing. 34/32 with 40c tires was horrendous.
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    Dogmeat conditions should be perfect after the rain

    ^^^ Awesome Menso! I bet it was pretty dry. Hope your dad gets after this one too. I'm waiting on Dogmeat for traction help from the coming rain. Chasing glory days on Kennedy for now. Mechanic from Performance is trying the challenge threads ... good luck man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    ^^^ Awesome Menso! I bet it was pretty dry. Hope your dad gets after this one too. I'm waiting on Dogmeat for traction help from the coming rain. Chasing glory days on Kennedy for now. Mechanic from Performance is trying the challenge threads ... good luck man!
    Traction? Apparently you can do this easy climb with a flat tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Menso View Post
    I set out today to knock off Dogmeat and the Kennedy Challenge, but luck was not with me. My tire got sliced by the rocks on the uphill in the last 200m of Dogmeat! I still cleaned it though!
    Drop the mic... close the trail... no need for anyone else to ride up Dogmeat again after that ride. That is crazy man!!! Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menso View Post
    Thanks! If anyone is wondering, I don't recommend doing this with cross gearing. 34/32 with 40c tires was horrendous.
    Incredible and congratulations! I had a tough time just walking up it with my cross bike. Have you ever tried Washburn in Grant Ranch?

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    Thanks, everyone. It was actually just damp enough from the light rain yesterday that traction was about as good as it gets.

    I just put a granny gear on my dad's 26 blur xc, so he has no excuses now.
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    Oh the conditions ... in a few days!

    This challenge is gonna be ripe for the picking soon. Remember ... It dries out quickly! I'm on it this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
    This challenge is gonna be ripe for the picking soon. Remember ... It dries out quickly! I'm on it this week.
    Today will suck. Tomorrow iffy in spots. Wed./Thurs., could be ideal. You got this!
    I'm not sure how this works.

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    Close but no Cigar

    Dogmeat is so perfect right now. One slide out today and ... oh well I'll get it soon. 7th Annual Dogmeat No Dab Challenge (Los Gatos, CA) BEGINS!-img_1788.jpg Made everything after the one dab at pic with only the left turn and the last section to the top left. Had to relocate two suicidal newts on Alma bridge rd. Forgot to mention that the cone hill ... the steep deal breaker hill and the last section some call Gollums ladder were really easy to make with this perfect tacky goodness!
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    So close! It rained a little today so might be slippery again for a tiny spell.
    I'm not sure how this works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo View Post
    So close! It rained a little today so might be slippery again for a tiny spell.
    Indeed, it rained on me. Not much but the trail did puddle up on the way back a bit in spots. Must be kinda saturated. Hopefully I get it done on the next few tries. You are correct ... Friday ... "That's a good one"
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