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    Can they be added once my membership expires in March? If so I would love to get a few extra months in there! I bought a year membership last March.
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    Looks like the DH guy is at the top of the Feb. Ft Climbed chart. Come on all you XCountry, spandex freaks...STEP UP! I even got hailed on during my ride today!

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    Reading all this crap about you sons of guns out riding is driving me crazy! My work week has really gotten in the way of things. So tempting to call in sick and ride but I know exactly what will happen. I will be riding and run into my commander and he say, "I thought you were sick today?" Then I stutter and try to think of something fast and completely fail! My poor little GPS is sitting on the kitchen counter just staring at me when I get home at night. It looks so sad. I am going to try and make up for some of this on friday. Might go to a few places that day. Maybe St JOes in morning, then to fremont older and maybe wrap it up at Alum Rock park. i am determined to try for some PR's or KOM times at Fremont older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall
    ...So tempting to call in sick and ride ...."I thought you were sick today?" ...
    The trick is not to call in sick but to call in "sorry". Lets do this together: "Uh, ya, this is (your name here). I'm sorry I'm not going to be coming in today. I'll be in tomorrow". See, no lie at all! Nothing to cover for. And you are truly sorry you are not there, right?
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    mental health day. you don't want me going mental in the office do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdubsl2
    ^ OOoohhhhh.... BURN

    I'll fly the MTBR flag.

    Damn, Marco! You're 20K ahead of me for the year already. I'd better start riding more.
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    Sparky and codepoet- I like where your heads are at! All sounds good in theory anyway. Maybe if I get too stressed I will take a day and climb 10k feet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall
    Sparky and codepoet- I like where your heads are at! All sounds good in theory anyway. Maybe if I get too stressed I will take a day and climb 10k feet.
    I ride pretty much every morning in Los Gatos, road and MTN, usually rolling around 6AM.
    That 1hr of riding makes a big difference in my long day at work... and sleep is overrated anyway.
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    Team Announcement: It's cold today

    Special points to anyone who climbs today.

    Yesterday was a good day for these soldiers:

    Josh Davidson rode 13.4 mi and climbed 2,820 ft on Kennedy Los Gatos CA
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011

    PJ Yim rode 17.8 mi and climbed 1,902 ft on St Joes Kennedy-Shannon
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011
    PR on Jones & Lower Manzanita and 11 more

    Bret Staz rode 14.9 mi and climbed 1,077 ft on 24 kilometers
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011

    Colin Daw rode 48.8 mi and climbed 2,500 ft on ridiculously windy ride
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011
    2nd overall on Thousand Palms

    Bob Daw rode 47.3 mi and climbed 2,443 ft on Very Windy Ride with Colin in Desert
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011
    2nd overall on Thousand Palms

    Leopold Porkstacker rode 20.1 mi and climbed 1,563 ft on IBm - Bernal - IBM headwind+flappyjacket
    Wednesday, February 16, 2011
    2nd fastest time on IBM Hill and 4 more


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle
    I ride pretty much every morning in Los Gatos, road and MTN, usually rolling around 6AM.
    That 1hr of riding makes a big difference in my long day at work... and sleep is overrated anyway.
    Marco I hear ya on that. I have been riding with a group and we have been out at 6am on St Joes this winter. I have never been so cold on a ride before. We also been riding at Fremont older on sunday mornings at the same time. I can't remember being so happy to start climbing just to warm up. Then the descents come and I cringe because of the windchill factor. The wife had this past week for vacation and I volunteered to take the daughter to school. Your right about sleep, sometimes it just gets in the way!

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    Special Points?? Not that I could do it......I'm sitting in San Jose in an office building looking out the window and the rain!!
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    Any reason we're just keeping this to the Norcal MTBR folks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rensho
    Any reason we're just keeping this to the Norcal MTBR folks?
    No reason. Spread the word!!

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    Looks like Strava will eventually regulate the club size for the challenge since there currently is no restriction.

    http://support.strava.com/discussion...and-club-sizes

    My guess is that only the top X number of riders in the club will have their elevation count towards the total. A competition within the competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Team Announcement: It's cold today Special points to anyone who climbs today. fc
    I'll take 'em! 4000 foot climb of Mt Diablo in the wind, rain and snow. Road to the top and the parking lot were closed since they were covered in snow and drifting hail. Lost traction just short of the top in ICE! I always wanted to do that but I'm pretty sure I won't do it again.

    Ya, I know "pics or it didn't happen!" I shot a couple with the cell phone but I can't get them to show up here. I need "mtbr images for dummies" or something. Dang!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkyJay
    ... Lost traction just short of the top in ICE! I always wanted to do that but I'm pretty sure I won't do it again...
    You and Leopold took one for the team today. It's really crappy out there. I had planned to go out and do a big ride after work, but I'm taking a "rest day."

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Team Announcement: It's cold today

    Special points to anyone who climbs today.
    It was cold, miserable, and windy (one gust almost blew me off my bike speeding down Bernal hill ), but I did it anyway. I was wet like a drowned rat when I got home. Had to hose myself down with the garden hose, the hose water felt warm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    You and Leopold took one for the team today. It's really crappy out there. I had planned to go out and do a big ride after work, but I'm taking a "rest day."
    Sparkyjay for sure gets the “Iron Nuts” medal for his achievement today!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkyJay
    I'll take 'em! 4000 foot climb of Mt Diablo in the wind, rain and snow. Road to the top and the parking lot were closed since they were covered in snow and drifting hail. Lost traction just short of the top in ICE! I always wanted to do that but I'm pretty sure I won't do it again.

    Ya, I know "pics or it didn't happen!" I shot a couple with the cell phone but I can't get them to show up here. I need "mtbr images for dummies" or something. Dang!

    Whoah! Hardcore!

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    I think the group that is in second place must be feeling us on the back of their necks as they sure did throw down some climbing yesterday.

    I imagine they will limit the size of the groups eventually too...but until quantity certainly has a quality of its own I posted something in the Socal forum few days ago but pretty much nobody seemed that interested.

    Maybe if you posted something Francois?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Sparkyjay for sure gets the “Iron Nuts” medal for his achievement today!
    Or maybe the dumbass award! That isn't something I would recommend, or repeat anytime soon. I was soaked to the bone and the last hour or two were pretty miserable, but by the time I got home I could feel most of my toes again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    It was cold, miserable, and windy..... I was wet like a drowned rat when I got home. ... the hose water felt warm.
    Hahaha, I know the feeling. (or lack of it) You're an animal!
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    I am hoping to do the same ride again tomorrow… no, wait, it’s already Friday! WTF am I still doing awake??? According to the hourly weather report at Accuweather.com, it’s going to be pissing down metric buttloads of rain until Saturday… another drenched ride. But, all in the name of adding a mere 1,600+ feet of climbing in the name of the team. If it keeps raining like this and doesn’t let up, I’ve already committed—told my wife that I WILL be doing this same ride EVERY DAY until the last day of the month—28th of February!

    Hose ’er down, use the air compressor to get the water off, re-lube the key areas, take that fucker out the next day and RIDE IT HARD!!!
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    Bah!!! 3/4 of a pot of coffee later it dawned on me that the rain was only getting heavier. I pussed out.
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    I'm determined to make up some elevation tomorrow for my laziness this week. Will be doing some sort of 40 mile flavored ride in Los Gatos tomorrow with 6,500 - 7000 feet of climbing. Anyone is welcome to join, but it will be a moderate pace with a couple bailout options.

    Up Montevina > down El Sereno > up Kennedy > down to Lexington > up and down Soda Springs and maybe a bonus lap at St. Joes for the extra footies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    I'm determined to make up some elevation tomorrow for my laziness this week. Will be doing some sort of 40 mile flavored ride in Los Gatos tomorrow with 6,500 - 7000 feet of climbing. Anyone is welcome to join, but it will be a moderate pace with a couple bailout options.

    Up Montevina > down El Sereno > up Kennedy > down to Lexington > up and down Soda Springs and maybe a bonus lap at St. Joes for the extra footies.
    Hmm… if it’s early enough I might be able to wing it. On rides like that I generally like to head out a bit after 8:00-8:30AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Hmm… if it’s early enough I might be able to wing it. On rides like that I generally like to head out a bit after 8:00-8:30AM.
    Right, I forgot to add that part. Meeting at the Lexington Reservoir parking area across the street from St. Joes at 8am, rolling before 8:30.

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    I'm glad a teammate had an old garmin 305 to sell me. Strava is pretty fun. So far only uploaded two Auburn rides. Bike thieves and rain are hampering my numbers!

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    I bought a new Edge 500...tomorrow is my first ride using it, then I'll join MTBR and the KOM!

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    Good lord

    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    I'm determined to make up some elevation tomorrow for my laziness this week. Will be doing some sort of 40 mile flavored ride in Los Gatos tomorrow with 6,500 - 7000 feet of climbing. Anyone is welcome to join, but it will be a moderate pace with a couple bailout options.

    Up Montevina > down El Sereno > up Kennedy > down to Lexington > up and down Soda Springs and maybe a bonus lap at St. Joes for the extra footies.
    That is a heck of a ride you got scheduled there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by squashyo
    ....er, maybe it is these days. hohum...

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    noted

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    and fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    I'm determined to make up some elevation tomorrow for my laziness this week. Will be doing some sort of 40 mile flavored ride in Los Gatos tomorrow with 6,500 - 7000 feet of climbing. Anyone is welcome to join, but it will be a moderate pace with a couple bailout options.

    Up Montevina > down El Sereno > up Kennedy > down to Lexington > up and down Soda Springs and maybe a bonus lap at St. Joes for the extra footies.
    That is a BIG day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    Right, I forgot to add that part. Meeting at the Lexington Reservoir parking area across the street from St. Joes at 8am, rolling before 8:30.
    Is that the parking lot that is on Alma Bridge road?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Is that the parking lot that is on Alma Bridge road?
    Yes. Hopefully the ranger gets there before 8 to unlock the gate. If not we can swing around to another spot to park. I am going to keep some supplies in the car in case I need to restock between Kennedy and Soda Springs. Should I look out for you?

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    Trying to pull my weight at least a little for the team. Rode 1,000 feet today (I know it's not much but it was raining pretty hard).

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    I'd ask who everyone on the in the MTBR / Strava club was, but the list is quite long. That being said, who's all in the top 10?

    1 Josh Davidson 11 30,744
    2 sparkyJay 12 29,966 - Self explanatory
    3 Steve Biggs 11 28,177
    4 Arya Touserkani 7 22,667
    5 Michael Solis 13 21,525 - MrCrash
    6 Justin Williams 6 20,423 - jdubsl2
    7 Francis Cebedo 9 19,715 - Francois
    8 Adam A.S.K. 7 19,216
    9 Jos Bols 8 18,657
    10 Jeff Kerr 7 18,632 - JustJeff (?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    Yes. Hopefully the ranger gets there before 8 to unlock the gate. If not we can swing around to another spot to park. I am going to keep some supplies in the car in case I need to restock between Kennedy and Soda Springs. Should I look out for you?
    Well, since I will be riding my bike over there, I will need to ride up and over St. Joseph’s to get to the parking lot. I will be entering where that dead end street is—Jones Road, yeah, that’s the street. It’s possible to make it up and over to the parking lot you speak of in 30 minutes though, have to be spinning the cranks like a mofo though.
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    Holy Crap man.......it is FREEZING up here on 35 right now!! I really wanted to get some mileage and footies in tomorrow but with it being this cold I would be lucky to actually leave the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Well, since I will be riding my bike over there, I will need to ride up and over St. Joseph’s to get to the parking lot. I will be entering where that dead end street is—Jones Road, yeah, that’s the street. It’s possible to make it up and over to the parking lot you speak of in 30 minutes though, have to be spinning the cranks like a mofo though.
    You can also take the creek trail up to the reservoir.. much faster, but slightly less cool. I'm in no rush, so I'll see you out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCrash
    I'd ask who everyone on the in the MTBR / Strava club was, but the list is quite long. That being said, who's all in the top 10?

    1 Josh Davidson 11 30,744 - squashyo
    2 sparkyJay 12 29,966 - Self explanatory
    3 Steve Biggs 11 28,177 - ebrider
    4 Arya Touserkani 7 22,667 - urbanturban
    5 Michael Solis 13 21,525 - MrCrash
    6 Justin Williams 6 20,423 - jdubsl2
    7 Francis Cebedo 9 19,715 - Francois
    8 Adam A.S.K. 7 19,216
    9 Jos Bols 8 18,657 - dutchbiker
    10 Jeff Kerr 7 18,632 - JustJeff (?)
    - justjeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by urban turban
    You can also take the creek trail up to the reservoir.. much faster, but slightly less cool. I'm in no rush, so I'll see you out there.
    True, forgot about the sissy option… which I will probably end up taking part in. Looking forward to riding with you!

    (a while later, I flashed on something)
    Oh crap, last time I rode over there, the sissy path was closed. Hmm, I think I should just go up and over from Jones Road.
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    Bonus points

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    Trying to pull my weight at least a little for the team. Rode 1,000 feet today (I know it's not much but it was raining pretty hard).
    It does count for more because it was cold and raining. You decide how much.

    You may have been the only rider today. Bigger bonus for that one I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Originally Posted by MrCrash
    I'd ask who everyone on the in the MTBR / Strava club was, but the list is quite long. That being said, who's all in the top 10?

    1 Josh Davidson 11 30,744 - squashyo
    2 sparkyJay 12 29,966 - Self explanatory
    3 Steve Biggs 11 28,177 - ebrider
    4 Arya Touserkani 7 22,667 - urbanturban
    5 Michael Solis 13 21,525 - MrCrash
    6 Justin Williams 6 20,423 - jdubsl2
    7 Francis Cebedo 9 19,715 - Francois
    8 Adam A.S.K. 7 19,216 - ask
    9 Jos Bols 8 18,657 - dutchbiker
    10 Jeff Kerr 7 18,632 - JustJeff (?)
    Not too many footies this week. Hope to pickup a couple rides this weekend... if the rain ever stops.

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    I rode one lap at St Joes today and all I can say is that it was miserable!! Didn't think it would be so cold and wet. I was chilled to the bone and freezing on the way down. The climb sucked and there was no way I was going to set any PRs today. I only managed 900 feet and then decided to bail out. I saw 2-3 other mtbr's at about 9am. It was really coming down on that trail. I called it sloppy joes because I had dirt in my mouth and other areas I will not mention. It was 41 degrees and it felt like 32! I will contribute more next week or sunday. I might even put it a few MTB night rides as well. I covered my 500 with saran wrap and hope it didn't effect the elevation too much. I just didn't want to see my GPS get knocked out from water damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCrash
    I'd ask who everyone on the in the MTBR / Strava club was, but the list is quite long. That being said, who's all in the top 10?

    3 Steve Biggs 11 28,177

    No contribution this week, but I will get it going next week rain or shine. Should get a nice snow ride in tomorrow.

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    I find it hard to believe that we cannot amass more people from MTBR to win this thing. How many members on MTBR are there? I would think that we would so dominate it that they would have to change the rules to let other people have a chance.

    As it stands now the group ahead of us is pretty hardcore and had 8 people out riding today. Most of those are in Norcal too. And some serious footies. Damn roadies

    I will try to get some more codes tomorrow from my source for the 3 free months. Sorry I could not do it today but I had to work. Will post when I have some so you can PM me.

    In the meantime we need to recruit some people from some southern nice areas to join up as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    True, forgot about the sissy option… which I will probably end up taking part in. Looking forward to riding with you!

    (a while later, I flashed on something)
    Oh crap, last time I rode over there, the sissy path was closed. Hmm, I think I should just go up and over from Jones Road.
    It will take you less than 10 min to get from the car up and over jones to the lot. I"ll ride with you guys tomorrow.
    Hmmm what bike to ride.

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    I'd rather stay in a close third instead of have 2x or more the number of riders and be in first where no ones contribution really makes a difference. Wait until ThirstyBear Starts racing, right now the team is out building their base for race season.

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