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    Cream Puff map/course

    Hi,
    I saw an older thread that suggested someone had a map and/or description of this years Cream Puff course. If so, could someone email me a copy....I would really appreciate it.
    Does anyone know yet if it is the 3 x 33 miles or the 2 x 50 miles??
    Many thanks,
    Steve

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    PM me with an email address and I can send a map. Your profile won't allow emails.

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    share it

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesterrider
    PM me with an email address and I can send a map. Your profile won't allow emails.
    You could attach it here. Almost all graphics are allowed, failing that ZIP it and attach it.

    BTW does anyone have the results for previous years?

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    Sorry - too big

    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    You could attach it here. Almost all graphics are allowed, failing that ZIP it and attach it.

    BTW does anyone have the results for previous years?
    It's over 3 megs and will not compress to 19k per constraints.

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    Hey Jesterrider, per my PM, please email the map to me. Just use the mtbr link in my profile.

    BTW Anyone have previous years' results? The CCP web site has nothing.

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    Cream Puff Map

    Hi there Jesterrider
    Thanks so much for the response on the Cream Puff Map.
    My email address is: treekiwi@msn.com
    Are you racing this year's event?
    Cheers,
    Steve

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    Thanks from me too. I'm a first timer from So Cal, out to see terrain very different from my local rides. I'll be on a 29er SS.

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    Past results...

    TOnkin, Tonkin, Tonkin!
    Paco the "Flyin' Finn"

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    Sure

    I'll be looking to stay on his tail.

    Now back to reality, how about finishing times? I'm looking at the list from the bottom up.

    While I have your attention - does anyone have course GPS data (any format)?

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    Hey puffers,
    SSconny from Eugene, Oregon here... I've been on the xman trail crew for the past 4 years, I might have a few answers for you guys.
    As far as this years course, we understand Shiggy is going to route the race very similar to last year. In addition to last years course, I believe he may add "the plunge" and also a climb up to Saddle Blanket mtn. Not sure yet how this is going to fit in the route, but once it's all figered out one of us will inform you all.
    The snow levels are still quite low at this point- we can get on the Alpine Jedi section near aid 2, but cannot ride to the top of Jedi section due to 5' of snow. The elevation is only around 4k' at that area.
    We've done extensive trail maintenance over the past 3 weekends, and nearly every trail below snow lines are more or less cleared. The recent high winds caused quite a bit of blow down in the past week.
    Good thing for us is snow levels are rising, and as they do, we're clearing trail!
    If anyone is going to be in the area and wants folks to show them around, pm me or email me direct at
    damien@photoregon.com

    cheers-

    SSconnny

    ps- Shiggy may have gps info for you on the course if you can get ahold of him-

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    The maps are now on the CCP home (and only) page http://www.puff100.netfirms.com/index.html

    I emailed the contact (puff100@mtbtires.com) asking for GPS via email or link but no reply yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman
    Hey Jesterrider, per my PM, please email the map to me. Just use the mtbr link in my profile.

    BTW Anyone have previous years' results? The CCP web site has nothing.
    Fastest time around 9hrs, longest time around 15 1/2 hours, most times in the 12-14 hour range.

    I've went through my archives for results but no luck.
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