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    Julian Death March 4-13-13 Registration now open!

    Both on-line and printable mail in registration now open. Early bird savings if you register by January 1st, 2013.
    How much can your endure? Race distances of 50, 63 or 86 miles.
    More info on our web site here: julianactive.com

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    Since many people were on vacation we have had requests to extend the deadline for early bird registration. Now good through January 1st 2013.
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    How many people do this race?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulventer View Post
    How many people do this race?
    Usually 50 to 100.

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    A local is willing to lead any Julian Death March pre riders looking for some local knowledge. His name is Sam and you can either call or text him at 951-501-9242

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    If you have the fitness level for it, I recommend you do it.

    I might show up for this one....Hopefully no snow and wind....

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    A local rider who works with the Julian School MTB racing team has put together a "Last Supper" the night before the race at Baileys BBQ. Featured speaker is Eddie B.
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    Weather is looking good for the Julian Death March: Link here: NOAA National Weather Service

    You may register on-line through active.com or you may register day of.
    Choice of 50, 64 and 86 mile courses. Great scenery and lots of fun.

    Full details here: HOME

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    I pre-rode 1st and 2nd part yesterday, minus the old banner toll road. Amazing weather all day. The three canyon loop did not seem as sandy as last October but it still has plenty of rocks to beat you up on the climb.

    Looking forward to the race.

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    Another JDM in the books and thank the lord for a perfect day; made a nice change from the last couple years! Thanks lots to Rich and the crew for great organization and SAG; the course is a MF'er but it sure sorts out the men from the boys :-) Can't understand why more people don't show up given the dearth of MTB endurance riding in SoCal.

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    Results now posted (tentative): HOME
    Congratulations to Brent Prenzlow for another dominating win!
    Hats off to 69 year old Wendy Skean for completing the 64 mile course!
    Awesome day out on trails.
    Thanks to all of our great volunteers who made it happen.

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    Brief write-up and picture page now up. Click on link off this page: HOME

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