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    Kern Valley Gathering ROLL CALL

    Only a Few Weeks to go until our informal gathering and we need to get a count on how many people are coming.

    Bionicon is hosting a barbecue for Saturday night from around 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. We'll have Brats, Burgers, Veggieburgers, a salad, buns, tomatos, etc.

    Of course you can bring your own barbecue items and side dishes, and refreshing adult beverages of choice.

    The Barbecue will be held at the Keyesville central campsite. Look for the Bionicon Van and a bunch of tired, happy and hungry mountain bikers!

    So we can plan appropriately, let us know how many will be attending the barbecue:

    To confirm you attendance please post on the thread or send an email to BBQ@BioniconUS.com or a PM through the forums and let us know:

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    Any Vegetarians?
    Anything else you'd like to tell us...

    See you there!
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    Your Name: Sportsman
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    Coming From (City)? Bakersfield
    With How Many Riders? 1
    Any Vegetarians? too many, but none in my group
    Anything else you'd like to tell us...
    "The search for a perfect pint should take lifetime." M.Jackson

    Ride bikes, not goats. Just good advice

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    Can't make it... I'll be riding Santa Ana River trail instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucko58
    Can't make it... I'll be riding Santa Ana River trail instead.
    It is just my opinion but the SART is weak compared to what you will ride up here. You should change your plans. Paul I am in for Saturday and Sunday. I am working on Friday too but not for sure yet. There will be a few others with me on Sunday. My wife has some family in town so I will not be at the BBQ, but I can't complain since she is letting me ride all weekend.

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    Your Name Brendan
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    Coming From (City)? San Diego
    With How Many Riders? 1, mb 2

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    At least six confirmed from OTB.... a few maybe's but we should know in a few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfsh
    It is just my opinion but the SART is weak compared to what you will ride up here. You should change your plans.
    I'd like to, but there are other reasons I need to hang around the Inland Empire that weekend.

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    Your Name - Mitch B
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    Coming From (City)? - Tehachapi
    With How Many Riders? - 2
    Any Vegetarians? - yeah my hippie girlfriend, but she'll eat a burger if thats all thats in front of her
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    double post oops
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    2 from San Diego

    Your Name: Tim Cardoza
    Your MTBR Username: BushPilot
    Coming From (City)? San Diego
    With How Many Riders? 2
    Any Vegetarians? 1
    Anything else you'd like to tell us... I'll bring a case of good ale

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    Your Name: Mark
    Your MTBR Username: MTP
    Coming From (City)? San Diego
    With How Many Riders? 0
    Any Vegetarians? No!
    Anything else you'd like to tell us... Up late Friday, leaving Saturday night after dinner
    If not biking, then what?

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    Your Name: Geno
    Your MTBR Username: Kaihacker
    Coming From (City)? Lake Isabella (rest of the group is from So. Cal)
    With How Many Riders? 4
    Any Vegetarians? 1 or 2
    Anything else you'd like to tell us...Thanks for organizing this
    Geno

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    Your Name: Irmina
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    Coming From (City)? Southbay
    With How Many Riders? 3
    Any Vegetarians? 0
    Anything else you'd like to tell us...Free beers and carne asada for the group leaders. We're bringing pups with us, hope that's okay.

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    Your Name: Jeff J

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    Coming From: Castaic, Fillmore, Ojai

    With How Many Riders: 6... for now

    Any Vegetarians: No, but thanks for asking.

    Anything else you'd like to tell us: What bikes will be available for demo? Sizes? PM me if you want.
    Last edited by jeffj; 10-30-2007 at 04:53 PM.

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    Your Name Monte
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    Coming From (City)? Glendora
    With How Many Riders? 4
    Any Vegetarians? Are you kidding??
    Anything else you'd like to tell us... The harder the uphill, the better. It makes for more beer drinking and big chainring stories around the campfire. Currently ride a 19" Blur LT

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtdiva
    . We're bringing pups with us, hope that's okay.

    Only if you don't mind if they're spoiled over the weekend...
    "The search for a perfect pint should take lifetime." M.Jackson

    Ride bikes, not goats. Just good advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtail77
    Your Name Monte

    Anything else you'd like to tell us... The harder the uphill, the better. It makes for more beer drinking and big chainring stories around the campfire.
    Monte, you could potentially tell a lot of stories and drink a lot of beer on this trip

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    Your Name Kent
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    Coming From (City)? OC
    With How Many Riders? 6 or so, i'll try to firm it up soon

    also, i don't know if our group (outdoorsclub.org) was counted in by Geno in his number

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    Your Name 2 Bit Bionicon Man aka Randy
    Your MTBR Username RandyBoy
    Coming From (City)? LaLa land
    With How Many Riders? The OTBMBC
    Any Vegetarians? Omnivorous here.
    Last edited by Boyonadyke; 10-30-2007 at 10:56 PM.
    "i'll brazilian when YOU do boy, right around the ol' rusty star. Actually, whole fruit bowl. Get on it!" NicoleB

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    Your Name: Brandon
    Your MTBR: BadBoyRipper
    Coming From (City)?: Bakersfield
    With How Many Riders?: Just Me
    Any Vegetarians?: Nope
    Anything else you'd like to tell us: Don't know if I'll be there one or all days. We'll just have to see.

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    Greg
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    No BBQ, I'll be heading home.
    My truck available for private shuttle on Group 2 Cannel ride on Sat. if needed.

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    Your Name: Gordon
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    Coming From (City)?: LA/SB
    With How Many Riders? 2-4
    Any Vegetarians? Don't be ridiculous....
    Anything else you'd like to tell us: Shuttle junkie(s) here, bringing big bike and the 6" bike. Prob gonna have 2 vehicles to shuttle with, none of which are trucks though. Planning on being there Fri night through Saturday evening.
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    Stories from days gone by....

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffj
    Monte, you could potentially tell a lot of stories and drink a lot of beer on this trip
    Considering I was riding bikes when the Ross team was racing, I have many stories. I'll bring the Hefeweizen. Who's got the lemons?
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    Those were the days!

    Quote Originally Posted by hardtail77
    Considering I was riding bikes when the Ross team was racing, I have many stories. I'll bring the Hefeweizen. Who's got the lemons?
    Yep before Tomac was Joe Murrey. Now them were the days! Did you every do the Plumeline Sierra 7500? I did it several times. Wish it was still an event.

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    Them were the good ol' days

    Quote Originally Posted by wmalan
    Yep before Tomac was Joe Murrey. Now them were the days! Did you every do the Plumeline Sierra 7500? I did it several times. Wish it was still an event.

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    Yep, and before them was VVA. Did Plumline once. Have done White Mountain Peak in a Day, several times. My all time favorite was "Piru-Cuyama Overland". You know you've been around too long when hardtails start to be popular again. It's that whole 29er thing. But man do those big wheels roll fast!

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