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    2006 Swank 65

    Sunday, November 5th. Is it the cold weather or Farlow Gap that's scaring some of you away? This year's Swank will be back to what it was before last year when a last minute change by the Forest Service made it shorter. The course should be between 40-45 miles. As always, there will be Highland Ale at the finish. Dinner after the race will be furnished also. Saturday and Sunday night camping is included. I will attemt to post the brochure below:


    General
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    Pre-Registration:
    Online Registration at www.active.com.
    Pre-Registration will be run exclusively
    through Active.com due to a 100 person
    limit.
    Check the active.com website
    before entering to assure there
    are still openings in the race.
    For more information:
    Contact Blue Ridge Adventures at
    828-606-5107. You can also Email us at
    epicrides@bellsouth.net.
    Awards:
    $2000 Cash and Prizes
    20 deep men/10 deep women
    Blue Ridge Adventures Proudly Presents
    2006 8th Annual
    Swank 65
    Mountain Bike Journey
    Pisgah Forest, North Carolina
    Sunday, November 6th
    2006 8th Annual
    Swank 65
    Mountain Bike Journey
    Blue Ridge Adventures
    P.O. Box 1701
    Pisgah Forest, NC 28768


    Welcome To A Devilishly
    Good Time On Two Wheels!
    2006
    Swank 65
    Official Entry Form
    Name:
    Address:
    City:
    State: Zip:
    Phone:
    Email:
    Emergency Contact:
    and Phone:
    Team/Sponsor:
    Ride Fee:
    $70 Includes fully-stocked rest stops, an epic
    course, and home-style burger cookout finish.
    Payment info:
    Entry Fee includes an exciting race course,
    four completely-stocked rest-stops, Awards
    Party with a home-style burger cookout.
    Register online at www.active.com. There
    will be NO race-day registration. Sign up
    early to assure your part in the SWANK 65.
    If you would like to volunteer to help
    with the event, please call 828-606-5107
    or email Todd Branham at
    epicrides@bellsouth.net.
    Location:
    From the entrance of Pisgah Forest at the
    corner of US 64 and Hwy 276/280 go north on
    Hwy 276. After 4.5 miles, take a left onto F.S.
    Rd. (475-A). Travel 475-A for 3 miles, Cove
    Creek group campground on right.
    Parking:
    Parking is limited due to rules governing
    parking in Pisgahs group campgrounds.
    Please carpool if possible.
    Course Description:
    The Swank 65 Mountain Bike Journey is
    mountain bike racing at its most primeval,
    far removed from civilization and polluted air.
    The race begins at 2500 feet, and consists
    of a triad of cloverleaf shaped loops winding
    around Gloucester Gap in Pisgah National
    Forest. Rolling over rugged mining roads,
    fun single track, tough climbs and hell-raising
    descents, the exhilarating course will test your
    skills and desire as you explore the devilish
    terrain of the Pisgah National Forest. 42 miles
    (65K) in length.
    Start Time:
    A controlled mass start will begin promptly at
    10:00 a.m. Race meeting at Start line at 9:45.
    Every racer must attend meeting.
    Rest Stops/First Aid:
    There will be four fully-stocked rest stops
    on the course. The rest stops have food,
    Gatorade, and H20. We have a drop system
    organized so you can arrange to have your
    personal supplies at the rest stops. First Aid
    will be at every rest area and Start/Finish area.
    Restroom facilities are also at Start/Finish.
    Fires:
    There is one large fire ring. No personal fires
    at campsites. Cooking flames o.k.
    Camping:
    Free camping will be available in the peaceful
    cove around the Start/Finish area of Lower
    Cove Creek group campground Saturday and
    Sunday nights.
    Lodging:
    Holiday Inn Express 828-862-8900
    Hampton Inn Brevard 828-883-4800
    Weather:
    Weather mid November in the forest is
    generally 40-50 degrees around race time and
    can either warm up to the 60s or drop in the
    low 40s. Riders saw snowflakes in 2002. Be
    prepared for all conditions!
    Presenting Sponsors:
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    Does anyone know what the course is like this year? Rumors have been on this board that the race may go down Farlow to Daniel Ridge, has this been verified?

    The weather is looking good for this weekend it should be a great event.

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    I will be there, preparing to take revenge on the demons in my head.
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    Yes it has Farlow and Daniel as well as Butter and Long Branch. Cove Creek of course will be the last leg. There is some additional stuff on the west side of Pilot Mtn. but it won't be on 215 at any time. The field is small for the ladies so far. It might be a good opportunity to pick up some prize money.

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    38 spots left.

    hm, really can't afford this but I'll probably still do it anyway.



    I wonder how bad it'll be on a singlespeed? lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    I wonder how bad it'll be on a singlespeed? lol...
    I rode it last year on the SS and it was great. All except for Mike Brown dropping me on the final Cove Creek descent. I think their where only 5 of us one gear folks last year. A SS is going to be a lot lighter for all the hike-a-bike on Farlow.

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    I will be on a SS. . . I don't plan on Mike leaving me going down Cove

    He should be waaaaaaaaaaaay ahead of me by then.
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    SS Gearing

    For you SS'ers out there. I'm on the fence if I'm going to ride mine or go geared. In the past, what gearing have you run?

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    This will be my first SS race. However I will be running the normal gear I run in Pisgah which is 32X22 on bighum wheels (29'er)
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    I ride 34/22 on biguns everywhere I go. And thats what I'll ride Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michenfelder
    For you SS'ers out there. I'm on the fence if I'm going to ride mine or go geared. In the past, what gearing have you run?
    I think I was 34X19 last year.
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    Pictures and Camping

    Old Dude,

    Do you have anyone coming out to take pictures? We can arrange for pictures to be taken if you don't. . . We have done events with very happy results in the past.

    Anyone planning on camping Sunday night? My g/f and I are going to set up for Sunday night so we can take full advantage of the post race brew ha ha's.

    Looks like great weather for camping!!!
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    Hey Old Dude
    Michenfelder is trying to convince me to do this ride, mainly so he'll have someone to beat up on. I might be able to do the distance, but don't have a good feel for how long it will take me... it might be near sundown. yeah I'm old and slow. Is there a time cutoff on the last loop to prevent night riding or should I bring lights?
    the time is right for violent revolution

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    I'm not the promoter for the race, so I can't comment on pictures. Todd's not real internet savvy, so I offered to put out a reminder. You can call him at 828-606-5107. Bikecop, I think the winner will be <4hrs. There will be people out there for 8 hrs. That's a ~6mph avg, speed. for a 45 mi. ride. If you've done a 30 mile ride, 45 isn't much worse since you can travel lighter with the feed stations with water and Gatorade every 10-12 miles. The fact that there is free beer always makes the last 10 miles flly by. Do it for us old guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by old dude
    I'm not the promoter for the race, so I can't comment on pictures. Todd's not real internet savvy, so I offered to put out a reminder. You can call him at 828-606-5107. !
    I figured, no biggie and thanks for the info.
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    Must....fight...urge...to...Swank....must.....
    stupid smack-talking extreme tomato
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    Must....fight...urge...to...Swank....must.....
    stupid smack-talking extreme tomato

    No smack talkin' from me. . . Its not in my catsup to smack talk.

    With that being said, I understand if you need to wait until you are off the "girlie wheels" before you race again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    No smack talkin' from me. . . Its not in my catsup to smack talk.
    I figured if I accused you of talking smack then maybe you would start it up. I can't go to a race without pre-emptive smack-talk.
    Too dull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    I figured if I accused you of talking smack then maybe you would start it up. I can't go to a race without pre-emptive smack-talk.
    Too dull.
    Well geeeeeez, if that's all I need to do to get you out to race. . .
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    'mater, that is some funny funny shiz-nit.
    Rick James, beeeuaatuatch.

    Endo- that was too much fun last year, I was wiped and knowing you were right behind me was very motivational.

    Right now, I's out this year, the Double Dare is still sitting heavy in the legs. We'll see how I'm feeling tomm or Fri however.

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    No smack talkin' from me. . . Its not in my catsup to smack talk.

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    What's that?
    Who's coming to the Swank?
    Little boy in the back row with the crazy viking/pirate hat?

    Changing the name to The Smack 65, beaatch!

    BTW: That boy is asking for five beers in sign language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    Must....fight...urge...to...Swank....must.....
    stupid smack-talking extreme tomato
    are those real?

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    wait a sec, what the hell was this thread about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenpuke
    are those real?
    I think they are imitation boxing gloves. Just props.
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    Thats what I thought. What actress in Hollywood doesn't have imitation boxing gloves?... Have fun on Farlow's Gap ya'll...

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    What's that?
    Who's coming to the Swank?


    BTW: That boy is asking for five beers in sign language.
    Ahhhhhh, It's great to have a good laugh in the morning. So are you coming to the SWANK TD or are you just going to tease us with your antics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    Ahhhhhh, It's great to have a good laugh in the morning. So are you coming to the SWANK TD or are you just going to tease us with your antics?
    Oh. I'm coming.
    and I will still tease you with antics.
    I'll be bringing my fan club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    Oh. I'm coming.
    and I will still tease you with antics.
    I'll be bringing my fan club.
    I have no fan clubs only deadly maters.
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    Man TD you must be busy with the messages today.

    More smack for ya. This is what I will look like about 100 yards off the line.

    I might have to put a bigger gear on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    Man TD you must be busy with the messages today.

    More smack for ya. This is what I will look like about 100 yards off the line.

    I might have to put a bigger gear on.
    Like a fighter jet flying through a marshmallow??
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    Like a fighter jet flying through a marshmallow??
    Haven't you ever had a marshmallow and tomato sandwich?
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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    Haven't you ever had a marshmallow and tomato sandwich?

    I realize now how bad that sounds. I will not edit it though. I will just live with whatever is served to me.
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    strategery?

    ok, I'm really confused at to what to wear to this thing. Last night I was underdressed. Today I was sweating in my winter gear. what's a guy to wear? seems like there must be some comprimise somewhere. also I don't know if I should camel back or not. normally for races I don't but this isn't a typical race. any advice? will there be enough water at check points to not need to hassel with a ton of water on my back. inquiring minds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    ok, I'm really confused at to what to wear to this thing. Last night I was underdressed. Today I was sweating in my winter gear. what's a guy to wear? seems like there must be some comprimise somewhere. also I don't know if I should camel back or not. normally for races I don't but this isn't a typical race. any advice? will there be enough water at check points to not need to hassel with a ton of water on my back. inquiring minds...
    Rest stops are pretty close together, volunteers make refills fast.
    You can send drop bags (bring 'em yourself) ahead with any gear you might need, BUT you can also fill them with unwanted clothing when you get warm.
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    I think TD pretty much hit the nail on the head. You can go at it two ways. YOu could run bottles and a light gear kit since the rest stops are close.

    I am going camel back to try and minimize my rest stop time since this is the only time I can make ground. Plus who wants to stop for water when there is beer at the end
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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    will there be enough water at check points to not need to hassel with a ton of water on my back. inquiring minds...
    Neither of us really addressed this question directly. Yes there will be plenty of water at the stops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by extrmtao
    I think TD pretty much hit the nail on the head. You can go at it two ways. YOu could run bottles and a light gear kit since the rest stops are close.

    I am going camel back to try and minimize my rest stop time since this is the only time I can make ground. Plus who wants to stop for water when there is beer at the end

    What a candy-ass. You're going to drink water in a 40 mile race?
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    What a candy-ass. You're going to drink water in a 40 mile race?
    Amatuer.
    I don't normally for 40 miles but since this one is 42 miles I am going to bring a jello shot in a dixie cup. After I drink the shot I will fill the dixie cup up once for water.

    I am weak. . . that's all there is to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    any advice? inquiring minds...
    Oh wait, you're racing against me???
    Carry as much extra stuff as you need. A bivy and a zero degree bag might be a good idea. Maybe a few bricks, I don't know....a parachute?
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    Oh wait, you're racing against me???
    Carry as much extra stuff as you need. A bivy and a zero degree bag might be a good idea. May be a few bricks, I don't know....a parachute?
    Know thine enemy.
    this is a race?



    no worries. I doubt I'll be any significant threat to anyone who is doing this seriously.


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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    I doubt I'll be any significant threat to anyone who is doing this seriously.

    WHOA, wait a minute here. If anyone is going to be "serious" at this race I am not going.

    I am still trying to convince Kristin that she needs to hike up Farlow to get our pictures. . .
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    A Dick, A Tomato, and a Peacock walk into a bar...

    O.k, no punch line but I'll see you guys there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pisgahproductions
    O.k, no punch line but I'll see you guys there.
    ~E

    You started that so well. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by pisgahproductions
    O.k, no punch line but I'll see you guys there.
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    A Dick, a Tomato, and a Peacock walked into a bar.
    The Tomato asked the bartender for a beer.
    The bartender said "We don't serve vegetables, get outta here."
    The Peacock asked the bartender for a beer.
    The bartender said "We don't serve fruity looking birds, get outta here."
    The Dick asked the bartender for a beer.
    The bartender said "Certainly Champ, anything you want is on the house even if you are a penis."
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    I personally feel the peacock should get the beer. It has two eyes and the actual ability to consume the beverage. Plus, they are naturally beautiful and obnoxious. Whod wanna waste good beer on boring ol' Tomatoes and *****? Wheres Zach? Im sure he could explain this supposed joke in an eloquent way I might fathom.



    At this late date, is anyone telling the www about the secret training strategies this "race" requires? Watch out if Brado shows up with Bob attached hauling 50 pounds of oak logs. Hes way past ready for Farlow.

    Ya'll have fun and stay warm with something or other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisgahproductions
    O.k, no punch line but I'll see you guys there.
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    Oh Eric. I'm just HOPE(ing) your brakes are in good order finally!

    I'll be pacing off you silly single speeders... then who knows what will happen!? First technical descent and I'll lose all the time I "make" during the climbs...

    who else is excited?! what a great excuse to ride bikes in pisgah!

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    I think the peacock gets the beer too... lovely plumage on those things.

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    Plume, thanks in advance for the ride...see you bright and early! What did I get myself in to!?!?

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