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    Announcing Fall B.A.R.B.I.E. C.A.M.P. 2007

    Here we go again y'all...

    Fall Barbie Camp is coming up! Now in its 13th year, Barbie Camp AKA "BC" is a mountain bike mini-festival & campout that happens in sunny central Oregon every spring and fall. Campers enjoy group mountain bike rides, warm themselves around a big bonfire into the night, socialize, consume "our favorite beverage," wear silly clothes, tell raunchy jokes, ride strange bikes and just plain have a blast. Barbie Camp takes its name from a 3 ft. Barbie doll that is our mascot.

    In keeping with BC tradition, you'll have a chance to win 6ish months use of the beautiful Barbie Bike, a pink singlespeed originally donated by Vulture Cycles (raffle will be Saturday night; visit camp for details).

    If you have a weird frankenbike or a kid's bike, bring it. Last BC's midget bike fireside crit was too much fun. Check it out on this YouTube link.

    Anyone 18+ years of age who grasps the concept of laughing at themselves and is tolerant of filthy jokes and that kind of stuff is welcome at Barbie Camp. If this sounds like you, then c'mon out. Thanks for leaving the kids at home. Really. Nobody under 18 allowed at BC.

    Here's some BC dope:
    *FALL 2007 BARBIE CAMP DATES*: October 26-28
    *THEME THIS FALL*: Pirate. Wear an eye patch, a peg leg and a parrot on your shoulder. If you can't do that, at least talk like a pirate, okay?
    *BRANDING IRONS*: There are always a couple there... are you ready?
    *POTLUCK*: Saturday evening. Bring something to share. But don't stay home if you can't! Potluck is optional. If you don't bring something to share, then throw down some cash to the International Barbie Camp Foundation for the sake of good karma.
    *DOD CELEBRATES 20 YEARS*: Birthday party this time for the Disciples of Dirt Mountain Bike Club, born spring 1987. Birthday cake = yes! (Next year we'll be old enough to legally drink and ride. Not that being underage has stopped us in the past.)
    *BC LOCATION*: About 15 miles NW of Sisters, Oregon (45 mi. N. of Bend). Email me for specific directions to the campsite: daveysprockett at gmail dot com (Put "Barbie Camp" in the subject line lest I delete assuming spam.)
    *VENUE*: Disbursed campsite on the south bank of Lake Creek near Black Butte, Oregon. No picnic tables, no water, no nuthin'.
    *AMENITIES*: We'll supply a portapotty, firewood and probably a pop-up shelter or two (bring yours, too please). Bring everything else you'll need to camp in semi-wilderness, including water, chair, table, etc.
    *DONATIONS*: Gladly accepted. Your $5-10 donation makes it possible for us to provide the portapotty, shelters and firewood. Thank you.
    *P.S.* Sometimes it gets really cold at night. Be prepared.

    Couple links to last Fall's BC (both include plenty pix):
    Fall BC reports
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    Direct questions to me. Hope to see ya there,
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    You better believe I'll be there.
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    ... and if we just ... Woohoo!

    I'm in, probably all three days. Any ideas on rides yet? Is it better to get there Thursday night or Friday morning for Friday's ride?
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    I see you lurking Haze. You coming?
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    BC portapotty:


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    Quote Originally Posted by cazloco
    BC portapotty:

    ...

    Caz
    Hey! That's MY tent!!! I'll get you for that, Caz.

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    Caz,

    You need to ingest more fiber

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    Something About Barbie

    I'll be there. Hellz yah! Sing with me brothers and sisters....hellz yah!
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    I'm in. Should be there early afternoon Friday.
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    Amen

    Dearest Barbie,

    I pray to thee in hopes you may spare us lone riding souls from bicycle destroying mud so that we may embrace all that is your single track glory at higher speeds. May your two wheeled pink chariot make it safely to BC and for good measure turn my water into whiskey so I may enjoy it after a long ride in your bountiful outdoors.

    Sincerely and forever,

    Dahoos

    Same camp site as the spring?

    See ye there.

    -Hoos

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahoos
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    Same camp site as the spring?

    See ye there.

    -Hoos
    Same place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahoos
    Dearest Barbie,

    I pray to thee in hopes you may spare us lone riding souls from bicycle destroying mud so that we may embrace all that is your single track glory at higher speeds. May your two wheeled pink chariot make it safely to BC and for good measure turn my water into whiskey so I may enjoy it after a long ride in your bountiful outdoors.

    Sincerely and forever,

    Dahoos

    Same camp site as the spring?

    See ye there.

    -Hoos
    AMEN brother! When are you thinking of going this year? I'm petty sure I'll be there all three days, either driving down Thursday night or Friday morning.
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    Dyrecshuns

    Sparty,
    I sent you an e-mail for directions via the hyper link in your profile. Just making sure you get the message request. Thanks.

    BFE

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    Sparty,
    I sent you an e-mail for directions via the hyper link in your profile. Just making sure you get the message request. Thanks.

    BFE

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    well, I'm ashamed to say that this is the first fall BC in several years that I won't be at. the main reasoning is that I can't use any vacation until I've been here at the new job for 90 days. today is day 14. fock!

    have a great time kiddos.

    meatfoot- the wifey allowed you out for this one even considering her new "situation"????

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    edit: what the heck? hit "post" once, get two posts?!?!?!

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    You can't take ONE DAY off?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    ... I can't use any vacation until I've been here at the new job for 90 days. today is day 14. fock! ...
    Dude, the solution is *cough, cough* so simple... *cough* don't you see it? *cough, cough*

    See you there after all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Dude, the solution is *cough, cough* so simple... *cough* don't you see it? *cough, cough*

    See you there after all!

    --Sparty
    nope. worst part is that i've been sick this week and haven't been able to take time off.

    hey- at least i'm employed- this also means health insurance so that i can get back on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
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    A two-fer! Nice! So there are two of you. Simple, send one to BC and keep one at home with the kiddo and wifey

    One two many barley pops.....
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    Secured the time off in negotiations for new, current position.
    Will load van with bikes, provisions and libations and drive it to nestled cove settled in the Cascades. Will embark on adventurous rides then attempt heroic feats fueled by said libations. Thence to reprovision and embark yet again on adventurous ride, this time hanging on, just hanging on, fueled by humility and pride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    meatfoot- the wifey allowed you out for this one even considering her new "situation"????
    Yup....she barely shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meat Foot
    Yup....she barely shows.
    congrats!

    Hey you guys won't mind if i drive in with a diesel flatbed carrying a 10kw welder/generator and who knows what else...
    "Life is a F@#^ing story problem, get used to it - my son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch
    Has Pins & Needles returned to the world of bikes yet? If so, drag him out with ya, he knows the directions.
    He lives in San Diego now.

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    :::::::: Update Sunday 10/14/07 ::::::::

    As I write this there is less than 2 weeks until THE EVENT. About an hour ago I got back from a weekend in the BC Zone -- good times. Conditions were more like June than October: temps in the upper 60s, sunny skies, dry terrain, although the bright yellow aspen leaves did indeed shout "Autumn!"

    I'd post photos but I was a dope and forgot my camera. Trust me, it's awesome over there right now.

    Barbie's time is coming... don't let her down... but if you do, don't let her up...

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    Frankenbike time!

    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    congrats!

    Hey you guys won't mind if i drive in with a diesel flatbed carrying a 10kw welder/generator and who knows what else...
    Oooh, you could chop up some kiddie bikes and make some really fun rides for the fireside crit and repair them on the spot if you had that rig...
    Got Beer?

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    Something in the works..... these + an old pinch bolt Manitou crown + some other stuff.
    more later as it starts to come together.
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    Any ideas on when the Friday ride might be? Trying to decide whethe to come down Thursday after work or Friday morning, which should get me there about 11:00-noon.
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    I meant to take more pictures, but... I got to putting it together and well. I still need some chainring bolts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    I meant to take more pictures, but... I got to putting it together and well. I still need some chainring bolts.
    Bytchin!!!!

    Let's see if it rides as nice as the ground rounder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    I meant to take more pictures, but... I got to putting it together and well. I still need some chainring bolts.

    Hmmmmm. Needs a bell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cazloco
    Hmmmmm. Needs a bell.

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    More Cowbell!!!!!!!
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    Ol' pins&needles has ventured back to San Diego to find himself and a career. Wish I could drag him a long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch
    Has Pins & Needles returned to the world of bikes yet? If so, drag him out with ya, he knows the directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    congrats!

    Hey you guys won't mind if i drive in with a diesel flatbed carrying a 10kw welder/generator and who knows what else...
    Thanks!

    I don't mind a little noise if you can keep my beer cold till the evening.
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    Directions please

    sparty-
    Please email me the directions to BC. I want to make it out to the event this year.

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    ...email me the directions...
    I couldn't find your e-addy so I PM'd the directions to you, BFE.

    See ya there,
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    Sweet!

    Thanks Sparty. Stoked to go!

    BFE

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    I couldn't find your e-addy so I PM'd the directions to you, BFE.

    See ya there,
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    Ride schedule...

    I know the rides are probably not set in stone, but I'm curious what time the rides start Saturday? I have to work until about 5pm Friday, so I'm not sure that I will make it to camp Friday night. I intend to make the Saturday ride not matter what, so please fill me in if at all possible.

    Is trail 99 on the roster of amazing trails? Hope so!

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    BFE, ChrisCrash wants to go do some Cache Mtn stuff, it will be a little longer ride but still lot's of fun. I'm sure some others will be planning on T99.

    Figure on being to camp by 9am, most likely that will be early but you never know.
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    I am really trying to get this and me there, AND, I have a cowbell to hang on it



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    Cool. Thanks General. See you there.

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    Plans aren't set in stone..................

    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    I know the rides are probably not set in stone, but I'm curious what time the rides start Saturday? ...
    ........more like Jello. I recommend you be in camp by around 9am to make sure you don't miss any good trail riding action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    Cool. Thanks General. See you there.

    BFE

    Are you willing to lead a trail 99 ride? We did it last year and loved it. I'd be stoked to do it again, but without Nat, or another local to lead the ride, I doubt we could pull it off. If you'll lead it, we will come!!
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    Less than a week to go now... Latest Barbie Camp forecast here

    As I write these words on Sunday 10/21/07 at 8am, the weatherfool predicts:
    Friday, 10/26: sunny, high 56, low 26, 10% chance of precip
    Satuday, 10/27: mostly sunny, high 59, low 28, 10% chance of precip
    Sunday, 10/28: sunny, high 60, low 30, , 20% chance of precip

    Regarding Trail 99... personally I did not get to ride it last year because I was recovering from an injury and didn't feel up to it. I'd love to do it this year if someone qualified to lead it will do so... AND Ol'Denberg leaves his silver (fore)skinsuit at home.

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    Doh!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    AND Ol'Denberg leaves his silver (fore)skinsuit at home.

    --sParty!
    Dang were we fools! We were over at his place for the photo session and didn't go find the darned skinsuit and burn it....

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    Ah, alas I've tried to make fall BC my little yearly mancation, but I'm stuck north of the border this year. I'll be moving back stateside at Xmas, so I hope to see everybody at spring BC. Keep it rubber side down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by themanmonkey
    ... I hope to see everybody at spring BC. ...
    Re: fall... can I have your beer?

    See you in spring.

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    Trail Request!

    After looking at Brock's pics in the rocks on the other thread, any chance we can hit Waldo on Friday afternoon? (or Sunday). If I'm there by noon-ish on Friday will that be early enough for the Friday ride?

    Also regarding T99...can we NOT make that particular left turn down into the revine this year?
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    Hitting Waldo would be pretty far out of the way for heading to BC, plus my best guess is there might be just enough snow to make it not fun.
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    When driving back from the Gilchrist area Sunday there looked to be a fair amount of snow up that way (Waldo that is). Plus like 'skins said: it's a long way from Baribie's hood.

    Brock...
    Are the wheels roundish? Ride it.

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    I didn't know Waldo was that far away, I thought they rode Waldo on Friday last fall.maybe I'm confusing it with another weekend.

    What does everyone do for lunch on the epic rides. I'm really not liking the peanut butter bagel idea this time. About all I can come up with is a few meal replacement drinks (good packaging, taste is OK), higher calorie food bars like Cliff Bar Builder or Mojo, a crap load of Fig Newtons, or a couple of turkey sandwhiches, although turkey on ice for 3 days is litle iffy.

    Any suggestions?
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    Salami sandwich is my favorite, usually stays good for the day. Plus at night, 20-25 degrees, that ice should last the entire weekend.

    I think some folks did ride Waldo last year, but it is out of Oakridge and would be 2hrs minimum drive from there to BC.
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    Moon over Barbie

    Full moon Friday night... mmmm... Barbie like full moon.

    Check it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Full moon Friday night... mmmm... Barbie like full moon.

    Check it.

    --sParty
    I noticed that awhile ago. I figured it was a deal the DOD made with GOD: "Hey, big guy, we got this thing going on the last weekend in October. How about a big fat full moon to illuminate the shenanigans?"

    I'll be showing up Friday afternoon and hope to get my night ride on. I trust there will be something in the works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Muesl
    I noticed that awhile ago. I figured it was a deal the DOD made with GOD: "Hey, big guy, we got this thing going on the last weekend in October. How about a big fat full moon to illuminate the shenanigans?"

    I'll be showing up Friday afternoon and hope to get my night ride on. I trust there will be something in the works.

    Is there a day ride planned Friday or only a night ride?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim_fsr
    Is there a day ride planned Friday or only a night ride?

    I plan on riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Muesl
    I plan on riding
    I'll be in for a night ride, since I will be coming over after work Friday. Looking forward to seeing all y'all folks again.

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    Disorganization

    Quote Originally Posted by tim_fsr
    Is there a day ride planned Friday or only a night ride?
    There's no organized ride planned for Friday (day) at this point. Nobody knows for sure who will be there or what time peeps arriving on Friday will get into camp, so it's every man/woman for him/herself. C'mon over, find somebody to ride with or head out on your own.

    Dunno if Lee plans to lead his traditional Friday night ride around Suttle Lake. Sounds like 'Flaps is willing to step up if Lee ain't into it. Weather should be good but keep in mind that Friday night's low is forecast to be 22 degrees -- better bring the winter riding apparel.

    Should be a warm fire in camp to enjoy post-ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    There's no organized ride planned for Friday (day) at this point. Nobody knows for sure who will be there or what time peeps arriving on Friday will get into camp, so it's every man/woman for him/herself. C'mon over, find somebody to ride with or head out on your own.

    Dunno if Lee plans to lead his traditional Friday night ride around Suttle Lake. Sounds like 'Flaps is willing to step up if Lee ain't into it. Weather should be good but keep in mind that Friday night's low is forecast to be 22 degrees -- better bring the winter riding apparel.

    Should be a warm fire in camp to enjoy post-ride.

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    hmmm...thanks for he info, that I think changes my arrival plans for Friday.
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    Waldo

    Looks tempting from the Willamette Pass ODOT cameras. I don't see any snow and at noon today it is showing 59 degrees...

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    Saturday Ride and Trail reports

    Sup BC faithful!


    Sorry been MIA and a little late to get info going. Thanks to Coons for putting up the idea of doing Cache. I've been busy buffing out the goods closer to Bend; can't believe I'm leaving town to ride this weekend, the trails in Bend are going off. Anyways...I see Trail 99 has a lot of talk - no one knows for sure, I'm betting on big blowdown. As Coonskin was saying I'm planning on riding from BC to Cache on Saturday. I've gotten word from a buddy that rode Cache just a day or two ago that there is already several good trees on the spectacular downhill off the top. Reported to be a significant flow-kill, but not like an epic hike-a-bike for sure. Last Friday we had a hell of a wind storm that no doubt is the culprit. I'm all tied up here otherwise I'd pull a shift up there and open up the bobsled run. Can anyone else get up there and clear a few trees? If not we'll just ride the lower trails in the Cache loop. Is anyone fired up for this ride? s-Party you and I need to put your new big wheels in motion, so keep that Vitamin T to healthy levels...at least until I get there and meat-up with my demons again.

    I'm coming out with 100 lb. Fury Sat. AM try to be there by 9AM, meet and re-meat the crew, ride around 10AM or so.

    The report from the eastside here is its dirt perfect conditions. You might want your woolies at night, but its gonna be skinsuit fast on the trails.

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    Follow the leader?

    Well, I'd love to say yes to leading the ride, but I've never riden the trail, so you know the trail better than I.

    I am looking forward to riding the Cache trail system and learing yet another new trail in Oregon.

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    Are you willing to lead a trail 99 ride? We did it last year and loved it. I'd be stoked to do it again, but without Nat, or another local to lead the ride, I doubt we could pull it off. If you'll lead it, we will come!!

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    Please guesstimate the number of hours we will be on the bike riding the Cache trail system. I want to make sure I pack well. Thank you.

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    Sup BC faithful!


    Sorry been MIA and a little late to get info going. Thanks to Coons for putting up the idea of doing Cache. I've been busy buffing out the goods closer to Bend; can't believe I'm leaving town to ride this weekend, the trails in Bend are going off. Anyways...I see Trail 99 has a lot of talk - no one knows for sure, I'm betting on big blowdown. As Coonskin was saying I'm planning on riding from BC to Cache on Saturday. I've gotten word from a buddy that rode Cache just a day or two ago that there is already several good trees on the spectacular downhill off the top. Reported to be a significant flow-kill, but not like an epic hike-a-bike for sure. Last Friday we had a hell of a wind storm that no doubt is the culprit. I'm all tied up here otherwise I'd pull a shift up there and open up the bobsled run. Can anyone else get up there and clear a few trees? If not we'll just ride the lower trails in the Cache loop. Is anyone fired up for this ride? s-Party you and I need to put your new big wheels in motion, so keep that Vitamin T to healthy levels...at least until I get there and meat-up with my demons again.

    I'm coming out with 100 lb. Fury Sat. AM try to be there by 9AM, meet and re-meat the crew, ride around 10AM or so.

    The report from the eastside here is its dirt perfect conditions. You might want your woolies at night, but its gonna be skinsuit fast on the trails.

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    I'm in for a Friday Night ride. I'll cruise out that direction (from Bend) after work on Friday, and then have to be back in Bend Saturday evening for an annual halloween partay (shite, I'd better get a costume squared away tomorrow...!)

    I could lead the trail 99 ride, but ya'll have to wear an eye patch ;-) that way if there are still blow downs, you only see half of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    Please guesstimate the number of hours we will be on the bike riding the Cache trail system. I want to make sure I pack well. Thank you.

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    BFE, word from the girls on the street is that indeed you do pack well.

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    Ha Ha!!

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    Why thank you. It's hard being this big........

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    BFE, word from the girls on the street is that indeed you do pack well.

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    Better pack 'em tight

    Options abound in the Cache system. Which if the weather is good and we're having fun could mean 4 to 5 hrs at classic barbie camp ride pace. Bring a sandwich, oh and a sausage for sParty

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    Thanks for the input seenyourcrash. I will pack for the long haul. sParty will have to pack his own sausage.

    Quote Originally Posted by SeenYour Crash
    Options abound in the Cache system. Which if the weather is good and we're having fun could mean 4 to 5 hrs at classic barbie camp ride pace. Bring a sandwich, oh and a sausage for sParty

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    I hear Smith Rock is great this time of year, especially with a little moisture

    I'll be up for leading the ride over to Cache Mtn, defiantly figure on a longer day, I would say a good 5+ hours (read 7 hours) of being away from the camp. Maybe even some time spent lost in the woods. So bring your sense of adventurism and some extra food for the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by General Coonskins
    I hear Smith Rock is great this time of year, especially with a little moisture

    I'll be up for leading the ride over to Cache Mtn, defiantly figure on a longer day, I would say a good 5+ hours (read 7 hours) of being away from the camp. Maybe even some time spent lost in the woods. So bring your sense of adventurism and some extra food for the day.
    Boy I can't wait to do that ride again. If it's dry, I'll bring my garden sprayer just to make it more interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by General Coonskins
    ....

    I think some folks did ride Waldo last year, but it is out of Oakridge and would be 2hrs minimum drive from there to BC.

    yes- Waldo was done last year by a California contingent, joined by Shiggy, gpsser ken, nat and a few others. due to the snow and out of shape people, it did take a good chunk of the day to go all the way around.

    cryin into my jubileale watching my trails burn and wishing i was coming to BC....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGfatED
    ... sParty will have to pack his own sausage.
    That's not what you said last night!
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    Leaving this afternoon! Woo Hoo!!!

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    so, where's the pics, kids? what you ride sat? Coonskins kill anyone off with a 3 hour tour? meatfoot make a fool of himself? (like that's hard to do...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    so, where's the pics, kids?
    x-post it in the SS forum too, fools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    x-post it in the SS forum too, fools.
    ......that links you right back here to the oregon bored. fabulous.

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