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    "Mooch Madness- the fearsome 4some" AND "Cranks Around the Campfire"

    This looks like a great coordinated weekend but I am concerned that there are so few apparent pre-registered racers and campers. I also have not heard much "chatter" about it lately and was wondering who is planning on attending one or both events?
    Can anyone tell me how many came last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammarhead View Post
    This looks like a great coordinated weekend but I am concerned that there are so few apparent pre-registered racers and campers. I also have not heard much "chatter" about it lately and was wondering who is planning on attending one or both events?
    Can anyone tell me how many came last year?
    Last year was the first cranks event without a promoted race and who did attend came away with an awesome experience. This year our team club has joined in promoting the 4hr race. While reg maybe low it still has the potential to be one of the best race venues of this year. The course is going to be just what it is a mooch special and guaranteed to satisfy every racer. I have taken a number of men and women on the race course who have raved on how well it flows. Come join what will become a must do every year!

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    Since there is no monetary penalty for day of registration, a lot of people will arrive day of. Its going to be a chill weekend and the race will be the new end of the summer classic just like the glory days of the 24HOA!

    Cranks Around the Campfire Online Registration

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    looks like a pre ride this week end

    • any gpx data available?
    • were does the ride flow?
    • deer park section?
    • north of 80?
    • for 10 bux for a day tripper looks like a steal
    Look to where the river ends, or where the river starts...

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    Mooch Madness Pre ride this weekend!

    Pre ride information:
    Come ride the Mooch course in almost it's entirety. Course will be well marked. There is a section of road that can not be ridden on because the Somers side of the camp is rented out.
    When: Saturday Aug 20th and Sunday Aug 21st from 8am to 5pm
    Address: 750 Waterloo Road, Stanhope, NJ 07874
    Enter the main entrance and go 1/4 mile, make 1st right at
    Sign for Camp Wheeler. Take this dirt road for about 1/2 mile (speed limit 15mph). Once you see lake on right go another 100 meters and the parking aea will be on the left. Park sensibly in this area, if lot is full go another 1/8 mile and park in Wheeler's main lot.
    There will be a table under a carport which will contain a sign in book and release form. Please sign in and fill out release.
    Please no riding on Mt Allamuchy Scout Reservation without filling out release form and signing in, otherwise you are trespassing.
    Course starts just above parking lot and pops out at edge of lake across from lot.
    See you out there and enjoy! Any questions PM me.. And BTW sign up for Cranks!

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