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    Cuyamaca 75K Endurance ride May 31st, 08

    I am signed up to do this.

    Register here: http://www.active.com/page/Event_Det...a-53a13f8cf156

    Some info from one of the ride organizers:

    It's about 5500' of climbing overall, starting at Paso Picacho camp cross over to Cold
    Stream Trail-Take the Mine rd. to Soapstone Grade Fire rd.-right down
    Stonewall Creek Fire rd.- left UpperGreen Valley Fire rd.continue past
    soapstone Grade -left on La Cima trail - left on California riding and
    hiking trail- right on Soapstone grade fire rd.out to Hyw 79- right to Milk
    Ranch Fire rd. -right on Middle Peak Fire rd. stay to right at Blk. Oak
    trail around and up Milk Ranch to Azalea glen rd back to campground , then
    the same but for a couple different trails, CRHT, and Black Oak trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by richwolf
    I am signed up to do this.

    Register here: http://www.active.com/page/Event_Det...a-53a13f8cf156

    Some info from one of the ride organizers:

    It's about 5500' of climbing overall, starting at Paso Picacho camp cross over to Cold
    Stream Trail-Take the Mine rd. to Soapstone Grade Fire rd.-right down
    Stonewall Creek Fire rd.- left UpperGreen Valley Fire rd.continue past
    soapstone Grade -left on La Cima trail - left on California riding and
    hiking trail- right on Soapstone grade fire rd.out to Hyw 79- right to Milk
    Ranch Fire rd. -right on Middle Peak Fire rd. stay to right at Blk. Oak
    trail around and up Milk Ranch to Azalea glen rd back to campground , then
    the same but for a couple different trails, CRHT, and Black Oak trail

    Dood, you are a SS stud...
    ...every day sends future to past...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbebop
    Dood, you are a SS stud...

    Errr, You mean I have to ride it SS??

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    Quote Originally Posted by richwolf
    Errr, You mean I have to ride it SS??
    If you're a stud, you will...

    ...every day sends future to past...

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    Great Ride For The Price

    I am going to do this ride too. For fifty bucks I get to ride in an organized event and a meal. I paid over 100 to ride in 24 hours of Adrenalin and I only got a bad case of diarrhea with that race .

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    Man, that sounds great. Wish I was not working that weekend.
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    Bump,

    Any one else up for this ride?

    We have 3 Julian Riders, 1 younger guy and two old men.

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    I'd really love to do this ride, but am pretty sure I couldn't hang. My longest ride to date has been about 18 miles, so this would be quite a jump.

    I've read some of the comments above about about bailout points, does anyone else have any additional info that may provide some encouragement? I'm looking for an excuse to do this, but don't want to get in over my head or be an anchor. Are there any cutoffs at points along the course?

    Otherwise, I'll keep training and hopefully do the poker ride in Cuyamaca in October instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quaestionis
    I'd really love to do this ride, but am pretty sure I couldn't hang. My longest ride to date has been about 18 miles, so this would be quite a jump.

    I've read some of the comments above about about bailout points, does anyone else have any additional info that may provide some encouragement? I'm looking for an excuse to do this, but don't want to get in over my head or be an anchor. Are there any cutoffs at points along the course?

    Otherwise, I'll keep training and hopefully do the poker ride in Cuyamaca in October instead.
    From what I understand it is two loops so after the first 25 mile loop you come back to the start finish line. You can continue on or just enjoy the bar b q.

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    Less than a week away.

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