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    2012 Fears Tears and Beers

    Online registration is now open for the 2012 Fears Tears and Beers MTB Enduro in Ely, NV.

    Mark your calendars for June 9th, 2012

    We pride ourselves in being one of the first to bring this popular format to the US. This will be our 7th year putting on the FTB enduro. Climb at your own pace on the transfer sections and race on 2-6 timed, mostly downhill Special tests.

    Great event. Great trails. Great food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    Great event. Great trails. Great food.
    .....and GREAT people!! Once you do it, you'll come back year after year

    Matt

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    Through a casino??? That is so F'n cool!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDDonny View Post
    Through a casino??? That is so F'n cool!!!
    Heck yeah. We were thinking of going through the brothels too but decided that might not work for the kids.

    Russell tearing it up on the Whorehouse Hill
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    So hoping that I can get things together this year to make it!!!

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    I need to see if I can make it. Looks like a blast!

    Are the times sections pretty mellow, or are there some drops and stuff thrown in?

    Do you usually have a good turnout with younger people? I will have just turned 18 at that point and don't want to be racing solo.

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    The timed sections are mellow, except for the final timed section of the Expert Loop (Whorehouse Hill).

    We have had from 8 to 80 years old race. Typically, you wouldn't be riding solo. The race starts as a group, racers ride through the casinos and then out of town, up to the mountains. Even if you are solo, there always seems to be somebody not too far ahead or behind you on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyE View Post
    The timed sections are mellow, except for the final timed section of the Expert Loop (Whorehouse Hill).

    We have had from 8 to 80 years old race. Typically, you wouldn't be riding solo. The race starts as a group, racers ride through the casinos and then out of town, up to the mountains. Even if you are solo, there always seems to be somebody not too far ahead or behind you on the trail.
    Well then, i really have to see if i can go.

    I thought you would do individual starts and such. a combined start sounds like fun!

    Just switched out my Roco Air for a monarch and I've been wanting to try my lockout out.

    Last question, I'm a downhiller, and have no real experience with pedaling up real uphills. Is it anything too grueling or are all the uphills pretty mellow too? (I have the endurance to climb, I'm just not good at it.)

    Thanks for all the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moosey View Post
    Well then, i really have to see if i can go.

    I thought you would do individual starts and such. a combined start sounds like fun!

    Just switched out my Roco Air for a monarch and I've been wanting to try my lockout out.

    Last question, I'm a downhiller, and have no real experience with pedaling up real uphills. Is it anything too grueling or are all the uphills pretty mellow too? (I have the endurance to climb, I'm just not good at it.)

    Thanks for all the help
    The climbs aren't timed so you can take all the time you want (up to a point.... we do want to let the checkpoint volunteers go home before dark )

    The problem is, that if you want to get to the Expert descent you've got to cover 35 miles of trail and over 5000 feet of climbing first. If you have endurance you should be fine. You've got all day to do it.

    Come on over. You're welcome to throw a bag down on my floor if you need a place to stay.
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    Hoping to get out of a four wheeling trip in Colo. with my brother in law to do this instead.

    I think its funny how family can be demanding at times when most good friends just want to spend time with each other with very little demands.
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    No glacier this year. I rode up across the connector on the Sport loop this week and it is completely snow-free.

    All trails are good to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    No glacier this year. I rode up across the connector on the Sport loop this week and it is completely snow-free.

    All trails are good to go!
    I talked to your Brother tonight, We are planning a priest trip this summer, and might be headed down your way.

    I'm really busy with Finals, AP tests, and graduation right now, but I'm still trying to get plans set to come down and race. I hope I can make it, the course looks like a blast.

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    Ok just got my 7 point and been wanting.to.get out there and.tear up.every race I can.....any trails at bootleg anyone reccomends to prepare for the expert run at this thing....go big or.suck...and.i don't suck lol.... Probibly have to.ride my bike.from.Vegas here too but ill be there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moosey View Post
    I talked to your Brother tonight, We are planning a priest trip this summer, and might be headed down your way.

    I'm really busy with Finals, AP tests, and graduation right now, but I'm still trying to get plans set to come down and race. I hope I can make it, the course looks like a blast.
    Cool. Tell him hi for me next time you see him. If you're camping in/near ely for the scout trip let me know, we can hook you up with some riding.

    Hope you can make the race. The course is a ton of fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7point View Post
    Ok just got my 7 point and been wanting.to.get out there and.tear up.every race I can.....any trails at bootleg anyone reccomends to prepare for the expert run at this thing....go big or.suck...and.i don't suck lol.... Probibly have to.ride my bike.from.Vegas here too but ill be there
    Skyline to East Leg would be a could one. The top part of the final expert descent is narrow sidehill goat trail like Skyline/EAst leg. The lower part is faster and rockier. Some of the mellower stuff on the front side would be good. Snake Back maybe.

    Hope to see you there.
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    Kool.thanx....I did skyline last week with some.guys I meet up there...they were on the rentals and kept stopping to walk or something....couldn't get into.the flow of the trail...did west leg way fun....eastleg tomorrow.. ima be there from 8am til atleast .3-4. If anyone else is headed up you'll see my papa johns truck

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    Thanks to the generousity of the Jailhouse Hotel and Casino we are adding a Pro class to this year's Fears Tears and Beers Enduro.

    Minimum pro purse is $2500 but we expect some more contributions to come in before the race. We hope to get it up to at least $5000.
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    Just signed up for this race, looks like a blast!

    Couple questions:

    I signed up for Sport, but already second guessing and might want to switch to Expert. Can I decide when I get there or should/can I switch now?

    I heard there is some singletrack nearby for dirt bikes. So thinking about bringing my KTM along. Any truth or info on this? Supposedly around the Shell Creek mountains...

    Thanks!

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    Kent, I'm wanting to get out to Ely again to do the race, and it looks like a few of the other Sanchez guys want to as well.....I'll keep in touch.
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    Hi Kent,
    I have a few questions:

    I didn't see a price for the race.
    How many miles is Ely from the Las Vegas/Henderson area?
    Would I be able to park my RV at the park in a normal parking spot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Chainslap- View Post
    Just signed up for this race, looks like a blast!

    Couple questions:

    I signed up for Sport, but already second guessing and might want to switch to Expert. Can I decide when I get there or should/can I switch now?

    I heard there is some singletrack nearby for dirt bikes. So thinking about bringing my KTM along. Any truth or info on this? Supposedly around the Shell Creek mountains...

    Thanks!
    You can switch classes when you get here. Just talk to Kelly at sign-up either Friday night or Saturday morning. And yes, there are tons of great places to ride the KTM here as well.

    I can point you in the right direction for the moto stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasea04 View Post
    Kent, I'm wanting to get out to Ely again to do the race, and it looks like a few of the other Sanchez guys want to as well.....I'll keep in touch.
    That will be awesome! It will be great to have you guys again. Casa de KRob is filling up fast but I'm sure we can find something for you, Allen. Bring my pullover and watch when you come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. D View Post
    Hi Kent,
    I have a few questions:

    I didn't see a price for the race.
    How many miles is Ely from the Las Vegas/Henderson area?
    Would I be able to park my RV at the park in a normal parking spot?

    thanks, Kelly
    Hey Kelly. It's about 240-250 miles from Henderson to Ely. Be sure and take the 318 cut off just past Ash Springs or it's another 45 miles longer up US93.

    Price is $35 if you pre-register online and $40 if you register at the event.

    You won't be able to park your RV on the city streets near the park but there's free RV parking at the Prospector Hotel Casino.

    Hope you're able to make it.
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    You got it.

    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    That will be awesome! It will be great to have you guys again. Casa de KRob is filling up fast but I'm sure we can find something for you, Allen. Bring my pullover and watch when you come.
    Of the guys interested in going, Tyler, Kevin, Matt, and maybe Chris, we'd do it as a day trip.
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    Anyone goin that me my gf and bike and ride with....

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    I'm super stoked ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob1208lv View Post
    I'm super stoked ..
    It'll be good to see you Rob. I'm going to be gone the next two weekends so will be doing most of the marking midweek before work. I will be here Memorial Day and will start marking the Iceplant stuff that day if you want to come up then. I think we've got it pretty well covered but it's always good to pre-ride the course so you don't get lost or miss a turn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    It'll be good to see you Rob. I'm going to be gone the next two weekends so will be doing most of the marking midweek before work. I will be here Memorial Day and will start marking the Iceplant stuff that day if you want to come up then. I think we've got it pretty well covered but it's always good to pre-ride the course so you don't get lost or miss a turn.
    I'll just plan on coming up Friday the day before the race.. I'll most likely get lost on the trail somewhere again, but oh well ..
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    I'm all signed up - doing Sport again, Only this year (since I always get lost and wont win anyway, I'm doing it on a SS rigid just for the heck of it. (I may throw a squish for on it havent decided yet)
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Chainslap- View Post
    Just signed up for this race, looks like a blast!

    Couple questions:

    I signed up for Sport, but already second guessing and might want to switch to Expert. Can I decide when I get there or should/can I switch now?

    I heard there is some singletrack nearby for dirt bikes. So thinking about bringing my KTM along. Any truth or info on this? Supposedly around the Shell Creek mountains...

    Thanks!
    That's great you are going. Wish I could do the same. Get those AZ boys to go along that we had on the Duo-City Enduro. I'd suggest to pre-ride the final timed section beforehand (Whorehouse Hill). I didn't and really puttered along on that section. A few of the turns and drops were hard to read going fast the first time out. The other stages are just plain fun and fast.
    There is a big difference between ripping and skidding.

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    Is anyone from vegas doing a day trip out of it. My ride fell thru. Gotta be bak that nite. For work the next day .

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    Anyone from Reno or the SF bay area is going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalkpaw View Post
    That's great you are going. Wish I could do the same. Get those AZ boys to go along that we had on the Duo-City Enduro. I'd suggest to pre-ride the final timed section beforehand (Whorehouse Hill). I didn't and really puttered along on that section. A few of the turns and drops were hard to read going fast the first time out. The other stages are just plain fun and fast.
    I tried to get some of the AZ goons to go but there's a group going to Angel Fire the same weekend.

    Doesn't look like I'll be bringing my KTM, need to be back at work monday. Oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalkpaw View Post
    That's great you are going. Wish I could do the same.
    Aren't you coming up, Tomas? Thought you were in for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2na time View Post
    Anyone from Reno or the SF bay area is going?
    There are people signed up from the Reno and SF Bay area. You might post in the NorCal forum to see if you can hook up with someone to share a ride (assuming that's why you were asking).

    We had our annual, mandatory June snow storm yesterday so we should be good to go weather wise. Looks like mostly sunny 70-75 for Saturday.

    Course is looking good.
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    Just signed up and pretty excited for this weekend. First enduro type race.

    Rob1208 said he got lost...Is it easy to get lost? Any Trail makers etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggilings View Post
    Just signed up and pretty excited for this weekend. First enduro type race.

    Rob1208 said he got lost...Is it easy to get lost? Any Trail makers etc?
    There's lots of trail markers. I've put up over 1000 pink ribbons and many, many pink arrows over the last two weeks. So I wouldn't say it's easy to get lost..... but every year some people do (and every year I over mark the problem areas from the previous years). I think Rob gets lost every year, but I think he may have some directional challenges . He's coming up early to pre-ride the course this year just to be sure.

    If you pay attention at the rider's meeting and pay attention on the trail you should be fine. On the transfer sections there's less marking (unless there's a turnoff or something) but you're not being timed there so take you're time and don't get lost.
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    Super excited for this. Bringing the Mountain Flyer goods down as well. What type of bikes are people racing? Curious what type of tires to run as well. Thanks!
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    k, think I'm going to be able to pull this off after all. Wife is working an impromptu day shift on Saturday, and my Mom is in town to watch the kiddo. Not an opportunity to let pass.

    Not sure I have 5k+ of climbing in my legs, but if I sign up for Sport and feel OK at the end, can I migrate to Expert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KonaEnduroJC View Post
    Super excited for this. Bringing the Mountain Flyer goods down as well. What type of bikes are people racing? Curious what type of tires to run as well. Thanks!
    It will be good to meet you guys. You still planning on having a pop-up canopy at the Park?

    Bikes range from fully rigid single speeds to 60 lbs DH bikes..... but the best option is a 5-6" Trail/AM 26er or 4" 29er.... unless you're just doing Beginner or Sport. Those trails are all fairly smooth, so no need for lots of travel. I've raced my 4" XC bike 5 of the last 6 years..... If you're doing the Expert Loop too, you may appreciate the 5-6" travel bike and slacker HA.

    Tires: Dry with some loose over hard pack. Not a lot of rocks until you get to the Expert descent. So I like something fairly fast, big volume, running tubeless, not too heavy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summit View Post
    k, think I'm going to be able to pull this off after all. Wife is working an impromptu day shift on Saturday, and my Mom is in town to watch the kiddo. Not an opportunity to let pass.

    Not sure I have 5k+ of climbing in my legs, but if I sign up for Sport and feel OK at the end, can I migrate to Expert?
    That's great, J! Hope to see you here. You can switch to Expert if you're still feeling spunky at the end of the Sport loop.... but you'll forfeit your Sport result when you do.

    That last 1900' climb up Squaw Peak is a killer.... but you can rest and recoup at the park before you head out and you can push the whole thing if you want. If you're paying your $40 you might as well get the full meal deal.
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    Hey Kent. Still planning on bring the EZ Up and what not. Should be fun. Super excited for a full day of shredding!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    That's great, J! Hope to see you here. You can switch to Expert if you're still feeling spunky at the end of the Sport loop.... but you'll forfeit your Sport result when you do.

    That last 1900' climb up Squaw Peak is a killer.... but you can rest and recoup at the park before you head out and you can push the whole thing if you want. If you're paying your $40 you might as well get the full meal deal.
    Hmm good beta, thanks. Might just have to sack up and run it soup to nuts.

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    This was one of the best races I have ever done! Thanks for all the work you guys put in! I was bummed not to make it to the dinner and awards. Next time...
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    Class event, I am EXTREMELY glad I came out. I was stoked how hard the Pro/Ex lap was. It's an All Mountain Enduro event, not a glorified set of Super DH laps with easy transfers. Even with fitness the long day hurts plenty and I had a serious rough patch on the last decent. Definitely worth taking a look at that one before race day!

    If this one is on your radar, give it a whirl next year. The Jailhouse folks were really nice and our room in the West wing was comfortable and quite nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggilings View Post
    This was one of the best races I have ever done! Thanks for all the work you guys put in! I was bummed not to make it to the dinner and awards. Next time...
    Glad you came out g. Sorry I didn't get to meet you. Hope you make it again next year.

    Looks like you almost got on the podium. Fourth in a stacked Sport class is a great result! Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH View Post
    Class event, I am EXTREMELY glad I came out. I was stoked how hard the Pro/Ex lap was. It's an All Mountain Enduro event, not a glorified set of Super DH laps with easy transfers. Even with fitness the long day hurts plenty and I had a serious rough patch on the last decent. Definitely worth taking a look at that one before race day!

    If this one is on your radar, give it a whirl next year. The Jailhouse folks were really nice and our room in the West wing was comfortable and quite nice.

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    It was great to see you J. Your comments echo those of the Pro winner, Ben Cruz. "The best montain bike enduro race in the USA!"

    That last climb up to the top of Squaw Peak for the final expert descent is a killer. I was cramping and pushing quite a bit (which gave me time to look for more beer cans )

    What happened on the WHH? Did you crash or what? I noticed your time kind of fell off compared to your first 5 times sections.
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    this race looks like a blast, I will most definitely be making the drive from Reno next year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    What happened on the WHH? Did you crash or what? I noticed your time kind of fell off compared to your first 5 times sections.
    I was just done mentally and made tons of mistakes, generally skidded my way down. Having seen it I hope I could ride it quicker even in the same poor mental state. Already excited for next year and at least there's a sweet pic of me from an earlier stage!

    Next up: Wasatch Enduro and then Winter Park. Woot!

    JMH

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