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    "What Gives" Titus Gr Ride 28July / 4 Aug Whistler

    Hi all

    mmmmmmmmmm what can I say, I dont think we can call it a Titus Group Ride, maybe a Gr Ride....

    At this poinit, i think we are fending for ourselves so to speak........

    Strong holds whom are coming (well coming to Whistler to ride)

    MintSauce (South Africa)
    Whafe (Spain)
    CaribouLover (GeoLover) Hopefully, work pending, fingers crossed
    FM (Seattle)
    EB (Seattle I think)
    Endo Often (???)


    Is there any others that may come to Whistler that week?
    Please let us FEW know if you want to hook up for a ride.....

    Let us hope for more next year. Thinking keep in mind post Interbike in Arizona, riding, Pheonix, Sedona and Flagstaff.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe

    Let us hope for more next year. Thinking keep in mind post Interbike in Arizona, riding, Pheonix, Sedona and Flagstaff.................
    bummer that the number of people got reduced.... may try to join in the future...

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    My guess is several members of the All-mountain Gong Show will be present for many of those dates....FM and EB would know more on that...

    Still not clear on my schedule. I'm really hoping to make some of these rides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    My guess is several members of the All-mountain Gong Show will be present for many of those dates....FM and EB would know more on that...
    I think there's a high chance of the All Mountain Gong Show being there, Geo. Since this coincides with the biggest contest/festival of the year, there'll be a big Seattle contingent up there for sure.

    My tentative schedule right now looks like:
    • Arrive Thursday night (the 26th)
    • Friday (likely in the park after doing a bit of work in the AM). This is mostly dependent on what they have going on. If there are a bunch of trails closed for events, I'll go for an "XC" ride.
    • Saturday and Sunday - ride out of the park with enough time to get back and watch the crankworx stuff. This could include doing Khyber Pass or Gargamel.
    • Monday - Friday - crashing in my van at my buddy's house. I'll work during the days with riding after 3 PM each day (mix of park and valley trails). Might do the "Phat Wednesday" dh race and the Loonie race on Thursday night.
    • Saturday and Sunday - Ride, ride, ride.


    Whafe / Mintsauce, you might be bummed that more of the titus guys couldn't pull the trigger since you're traveling halfway across the globe, but you'll come away from Whistler more stoked on riding than ever before and your skills are gonna go up a couple of notches......I guarantee it. I did 2 weeks in the Alps last summer and, while the quantity of trails were incredible, the general quality of them wasn't anywhere near as good, imo. It gave me a whole new appreciation for what we've got up here. Looking forward to the debauchery!

    Cheers,
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    Bummer dude!

    I was so much looking forward to it but I have to go to training for work I'm finally getting back to a plane I was flying a year ago (bumped back to a turboprop during my companies bankruptcy). Instead of having a short retraining course I have to go back for the full course. I'm gonna be bored as hell thinking about all you guys riding beautiful BC single track

    FM - Am gonna try to come out before or after so hopefully we can hook up. My bro still hasn't ridden this year so I need to get his ass on some singletrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Whafe / Mintsauce, you might be bummed that more of the titus guys couldn't pull the trigger since you're traveling halfway across the globe, but you'll come away from Whistler more stoked on riding than ever before and your skills are gonna go up a couple of notches......I guarantee it. I did 2 weeks in the Alps last summer and, while the quantity of trails were incredible, the general quality of them wasn't anywhere near as good, imo. It gave me a whole new appreciation for what we've got up here. Looking forward to the debauchery!

    Cheers,
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    EB, thanks for that heads up. I am cool and the gang about it. Moved on, we did what we could etc... My dream of going to Whistler will be fufilled, that I am seriously stoked about... So its all good............And to meet some cats from here will be great... So thanks again...

    Chris, will post up, thats totally cool, well out of your control. Want you back in a plane beyond a turbo prop....
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    ebxtreme, thanks for the photostokeness

    I ride vicariously through you.

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    I'm still going

    and I don't have to leave early after all.

    Might be pretty torched from being in Durango the preceding week (I live at sea level)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme

    Whafe / Mintsauce, you might be bummed that more of the titus guys couldn't pull the trigger since you're traveling halfway across the globe, but you'll come away from Whistler more stoked on riding than ever before and your skills are gonna go up a couple of notches......I guarantee it. I did 2 weeks in the Alps last summer and, while the quantity of trails were incredible, the general quality of them wasn't anywhere near as good, imo. It gave me a whole new appreciation for what we've got up here. Looking forward to the debauchery!

    Cheers,
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    Hey EB....still totally stoked to be going! If you're cool with dragging an average rider along it would be sweet to join you for some rides before the other guys arrive

    I have volunteered some shifts for Crankworx as well. Just a few as I am going there to ride after all. Looking forward to that as well. Love working at MTB events.

    Am slightly nervous about hitting the park. But must just force myself to not ride over my limits. Have no desire to put myself in hospital early in this trip I've come close once or twice!

    It's just around the corner now
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    Quote Originally Posted by MintSauce
    It's just around the corner now
    My mna, for sure just around the corner...............

    endo often, have you sorted where you are going to stay? What daye are you arriving?

    I am waiting to hear form FM, he has a ride planned for the Sunday 29th. I arrive Sat 28th, so need to knwo where to drive to for Sundays ride... So have booked no accommodation, will get to Whistler on Sunday evening, will sort somewhere to stay shortly...

    Minty - do you have the address where you are staying, be cool to get osmething close by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Hi all

    mmmmmmmmmm what can I say, I dont think we can call it a Titus Group Ride, maybe a Gr Ride....
    another thing to blame the homers for is breaking of MTBR tradition by not calling a gathering a Gathering. . Thats what they've always been called here on the mtbr and there are several every year. The only problem with declaring a gathering is that then you have to be organized, .

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    Quote Originally Posted by airwreck
    another thing to blame the homers for is breaking of MTBR tradition by not calling a gathering a Gathering. . Thats what they've always been called here on the mtbr and there are several every year. The only problem with declaring a gathering is that then you have to be organized, .
    I hear ya airwreck...... All due respect to the Turner team, they get great numbers to their gatherings...... Do a good job really...............

    Well it may get moving for the Titus riders, everything takes a little time to gain momentum....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Minty - do you have the address where you are staying, be cool to get osmething close by
    Glacier Lane is all I got
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    Quote Originally Posted by MintSauce
    Glacier Lane is all I got
    Sweet, will keep that in mind.. Was going to stay where you are after you gave info, a lot of hassle for a feww days, if it was weeks would be well into it..

    Whistler is small, the locals will know that street

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    EB, With the All Mountain Gong Show present, we will be able to try out nearly every brand there is, yeah ha... More exciting, they are welcome to thrash the GBoxx......
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    I hate missing rides! Which is something I've been doing lately...

    Everybody that's going, have an awesome trip...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    I am waiting to hear form FM, he has a ride planned for the Sunday 29th. I arrive Sat 28th, so need to knwo where to drive to for Sundays ride... So have booked no accommodation, will get to Whistler on Sunday evening, will sort somewhere to stay shortly...
    Guys, FM is in Whistler through Thursday so I guarantee he won't be online until then.....he's having too much fun I'm sure.

    Heading out for a ride in SLC right now.....damn, it's hot here!

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    what about:
    sunday the 29th: mt fromme. I woudl drive up that morning, and we could possibly head to whistler that night for extended play (or do an evening seymour shuttle)

    July 30-31 (monday / tuesday) whistler. Bike park or trails, maybe both, TBD. I would be heading back to seattle tuesday evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    what about:
    sunday the 29th: mt fromme. I woudl drive up that morning, and we could possibly head to whistler that night for extended play (or do an evening seymour shuttle)

    July 30-31 (monday / tuesday) whistler. Bike park or trails, maybe both, TBD. I would be heading back to seattle tuesday evening.
    FM, that sounds sweet.... What is a town close to mt fromme for me to stay at on the Sat 28th night. Or is it better to go straight to Whistler from Vancouver airport, then drive to mt fromme trail head on Sunday morning?

    Yeah ha...............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    FM, that sounds sweet.... What is a town close to mt fromme for me to stay at on the Sat 28th night. Or is it better to go straight to Whistler from Vancouver airport, then drive to mt fromme trail head on Sunday morning?

    Yeah ha...............
    Fromme is in North Vancouver (uh, North Shore ). You could stay anywhere in Vancouver if you wanted to check out the city.

    You could stay in North Vancouver or Deep Cove if you wanted to be a little closer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Fromme is in North Vancouver (uh, North Shore ). You could stay anywhere in Vancouver if you wanted to check out the city.

    You could stay in North Vancouver or Deep Cove if you wanted to be a little closer.
    Sweet G Lover, What do you think is better N Vancouver or D Cove? Will not be feeling like painting the town red, long flights, will be wanting to push some good zzzzzz's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Sweet G Lover, What do you think is better N Vancouver or D Cove? Will not be feeling like painting the town red, long flights, will be wanting to push some good zzzzzz's
    Deep Cove is little waterfront community. It's nice, but will be difficult to find reasonably affordable lodging. It is the tourist season in Vancouver and hotel prices reflect that...Whistler hotels are way cheaper this time of year. If you're just looking for a place for jet-lag recovery, I'd look for a Travelodge or Comfort Inn in North Van if it were me, but I'm cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    If you're just looking for a place for jet-lag recovery, I'd look for a Travelodge or Comfort Inn in North Van if it were me, but I'm cheap.Word.
    Thats sorted, and hey, I am cheap too for this sort of thing..........Its called using your head...
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    Hey dudes,

    who all is in?

    I'm considering a change of plans if it's a small crew and everybody's cool with it. My good buddy Matt (slayerulez, highlife crew/ all mountain gong show gold-card member) will be in whistler, leaving monday the 30th. What if we were to go up to whistler satuday night (28th), ride whistler sunday and monday, and ride the shore on tuesday? Then I would head back to Seattle tuesday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Hey dudes,

    who all is in?

    I'm considering a change of plans if it's a small crew and everybody's cool with it. My good buddy Matt (slayerulez, highlife crew/ all mountain gong show gold-card member) will be in whistler, leaving monday the 30th. What if we were to go up to whistler satuday night (28th), ride whistler sunday and monday, and ride the shore on tuesday? Then I would head back to Seattle tuesday night.
    WELL, I am in like a robbers dog..... Like a rat up a drain pipe....

    I am easy FM, there will not be too many of us, bring your riding buddies along for sure....There will be myself, MintSauce, endo often, rdhfreethought, geolover hopefully... That is really all the confirmed dudes....

    So tell us where to meet etc and we are good to go..... Am in St Louis. Just arrived, sheesh what a nightmare trip.........DELAYS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Hey dudes,

    who all is in?

    I'm considering a change of plans if it's a small crew and everybody's cool with it. My good buddy Matt (slayerulez, highlife crew/ all mountain gong show gold-card member) will be in whistler, leaving monday the 30th. What if we were to go up to whistler satuday night (28th), ride whistler sunday and monday, and ride the shore on tuesday? Then I would head back to Seattle tuesday night.

    I don't see a problem
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    WHAT GIVES ??????????

    Well the clock is ticking, that means not long to go at all................ Yeah ha.............
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    9 sleeps....

    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    WHAT GIVES ??????????

    Well the clock is ticking, that means not long to go at all................ Yeah ha.............

    ....before I get on the plane
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    Quote Originally Posted by MintSauce
    ....before I get on the plane
    cool

    (on a side note: I have things booked for Colorado in august , you guys should push Titus to do a Gathering like Yeti , I mean organized by them...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisillo
    cool

    (on a side note: I have things booked for Colorado in august , you guys should push Titus to do a Gathering like Yeti , I mean organized by them...)
    Crisillo, very good thought. We have been working on this. I believe that nesy year we will aim to have a Titus Group Ride sometime after Interbike, this fits better with Titus...

    Have not heard anything from Titus in regards to organising something from them as a company..

    All good that yeti are sorting something for the Yeti customers..
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    EB, I'm shooting for an early departure on the 26th and hope to get a few runs in the bike park w/ extended play. That is if I can find FM's gold pass. I'm off to exit ## to look by the river. I thinks that's were I saw it last.....

    Let's try and coordinate something for Fri. and Sat. I'll probably leave Sunday at some point.

    Hope to meet some of you Titus jokers up there. GOOD TIMES!

    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    I think there's a high chance of the All Mountain Gong Show being there, Geo. Since this coincides with the biggest contest/festival of the year, there'll be a big Seattle contingent up there for sure.

    My tentative schedule right now looks like:
    • Arrive Thursday night (the 26th)
    • Friday (likely in the park after doing a bit of work in the AM). This is mostly dependent on what they have going on. If there are a bunch of trails closed for events, I'll go for an "XC" ride.
    • Saturday and Sunday - ride out of the park with enough time to get back and watch the crankworx stuff. This could include doing Khyber Pass or Gargamel.
    • Monday - Friday - crashing in my van at my buddy's house. I'll work during the days with riding after 3 PM each day (mix of park and valley trails). Might do the "Phat Wednesday" dh race and the Loonie race on Thursday night.
    • Saturday and Sunday - Ride, ride, ride.


    Whafe / Mintsauce, you might be bummed that more of the titus guys couldn't pull the trigger since you're traveling halfway across the globe, but you'll come away from Whistler more stoked on riding than ever before and your skills are gonna go up a couple of notches......I guarantee it. I did 2 weeks in the Alps last summer and, while the quantity of trails were incredible, the general quality of them wasn't anywhere near as good, imo. It gave me a whole new appreciation for what we've got up here. Looking forward to the debauchery!

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by <sL4yEr>RuLz
    EB, I'm shooting for an early departure on the 26th and hope to get a few runs in the bike park w/ extended play. That is if I can find FM's gold pass.
    Dude, I presume you're joking.


    Well, otherwise this is all shaping up nicely! I can come up saturday the 28th and stay through tuesday. My sister is not coming up, but is staying with me in Seattle until the 27th. I'll be sleeping in the van up in whistler. Matt, hopefully you can stay till monday? It would be rad if we all hit khyber pass on sunday!
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    Heh, heh

    O.K. not funny. It's safe. Thanks again for that. Major Props!

    Monday's looking not good. Maybe I can convince the family for a late Sunday departure. Hey, I'm 100% positive we'll have plenty of room for you and fam on Saturday, need be.

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    Dude, I presume you're joking.


    Well, otherwise this is all shaping up nicely! I can come up saturday the 28th and stay through tuesday. My sister is not coming up, but is staying with me in Seattle until the 27th. I'll be sleeping in the van up in whistler. Matt, hopefully you can stay till monday? It would be rad if we all hit khyber pass on sunday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by <sL4yEr>RuLz
    EB, I'm shooting for an early departure on the 26th and hope to get a few runs in the bike park w/ extended play. That is if I can find FM's gold pass. I'm off to exit 34 to look by the river. I thinks that's were I saw it last.....

    Let's try and coordinate something for Fri. and Sat. I'll probably leave Sunday at some point.

    Hope to meet some of you Titus jokers up there. GOOD TIMES!
    Schweet! Right now, it's looking like I'll be up there late on Thursday, but that might change if I can finagle it somehow. FYI, Jubilee is leaving Seattle at 5 AM on Thursday with the intent on shredding all day in the park......hook up with him fo shizzle. Perhaps a late morning departure would be in order after all?

    No matter what, I'll be riding in the park on Friday (all day). Saturday will be an "out of the park" day for me to avoid the chaos with the thought of getting back in time for the slopestyle finals which usually starts around 5. A nice westside ride like RRTI, Flank, Cheap Thrills, Danimal to a swim at Alta or Nita Lake would be nice, but I could be talked into several other options. Then, pile into the boneyard with a cooler of malted beverages and watch the debauchery ensue (and I'm not talking about the slopestyle either!).

    Minty, if you're already up there, let's hook up before the other guys roll into town.

    Peace,
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    Quote Originally Posted by <sL4yEr>RuLz
    O.K. not funny. It's safe. Thanks again for that.

    Monday's looking not good.
    Phew! All good.

    sunday late departure for you would be fine- I am just thinking sunday might be an ideal day to hit khyber pass. Who knows, it may still be under snow- plenty of snow on it when I was up last week.

    With a big crew, we should budget all day to do it, especially if you have to take off early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Schweet! Right now, it's looking like I'll be up there late on Thursday, but that might change if I can finagle it somehow. FYI, Jubilee is leaving Seattle at 5 AM on Thursday with the intent on shredding all day in the park......hook up with him fo shizzle. Perhaps a late morning departure would be in order after all?

    No matter what, I'll be riding in the park on Friday (all day). Saturday will be an "out of the park" day for me to avoid the chaos with the thought of getting back in time for the slopestyle finals which usually starts around 5. A nice westside ride like RRTI, Flank, Cheap Thrills, Danimal to a swim at Alta or Nita Lake would be nice, but I could be talked into several other options. Then, pile into the boneyard with a cooler of malted beverages and watch the debauchery ensue (and I'm not talking about the slopestyle either!).

    Minty, if you're already up there, let's hook up before the other guys roll into town.

    Peace,
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    Well as you know, I am easier than a giant easy thing...

    Just tell me where and what time to be there and I will be sorted. Am just thankful for you fulla's for takign the time to show me some trails..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Well as you know, I am easier than a giant easy thing...

    Just tell me where and what time to be there and I will be sorted. Am just thankful for you fulla's for takign the time to show me some trails..

    Sweet as................
    Whafe, what day are you arriving in whizzler? I know Minty will be up there before any of us, but I didn't know what day you are making it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Well as you know, I am easier than a giant easy thing...

    Just tell me where and what time to be there and I will be sorted. Am just thankful for you fulla's for takign the time to show me some trails..

    Sweet as................
    whafe, do you have some motorola talk-about thingys? everybody bring 'em, will be needing them to stay coordinated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Whafe, what day are you arriving in whizzler? I know Minty will be up there before any of us, but I didn't know what day you are making it.

    EB
    EB, I get into Vancouver at 2.30 in the PM, on the Saturday 28th, have a rental booked, was going to stay near Vancouver to meet FM etc on Sunday morning to ride Mt Frome (spelling?)

    But may go straight to Whistler, its not far

    Any thoughts?

    FM, have no talky thingy majingies.... But will take a yuppie phone...

    Please let me know an ok hotel... Dont need to shell our 120 CAD $ per night on my own.... Would like to be able to take the steed into bed at night, I mean room....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    EB, I get into Vancouver at 2.30 in the PM, on the Saturday 28th, have a rental booked, was going to stay near Vancouver to meet FM etc on Sunday morning to ride Mt Frome (spelling?)

    But may go straight to Whistler, its not far
    Whafe, go straight to whistler, thats my plan since
    EBX, slayer and other buddies will already be there.

    PM me your phone number. I don't get cel service in BC, but I can call you saturday on my way up before I cross the border.

    Maybe we should all plan on 10am sunday 29th at GLC.

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    This is all looking very good

    EB....would definitely be keen to hook up before.

    Whafe, my much-travelled friend. What do you reckon is the better option with a mobile phone....roam or rent?
    If I wanted your opinion I'd give it to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by MintSauce
    This is all looking very good

    EB....would definitely be keen to hook up before.

    Whafe, my much-travelled friend. What do you reckon is the better option with a mobile phone....roam or rent?
    I would roam, its ok if you only text... You will not need to make many calls really, text is fine, and emergencies etc.... Yeah ha, it is becoming a reality
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Whafe, go straight to whistler, thats my plan since
    EBX, slayer and other buddies will already be there.

    PM me your phone number. I don't get cel service in BC, but I can call you saturday on my way up before I cross the border.

    Maybe we should all plan on 10am sunday 29th at GLC.
    Sweet FM, sounds the plan... Will sort my shiat and look for an ok cheap hotel.... Anyone know any goodens??

    10Am Sunday sounds good, GLC???? Whats the full version name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Sweet FM, sounds the plan... Will sort my shiat and look for an ok cheap hotel.... Anyone know any goodens??

    10Am Sunday sounds good, GLC???? Whats the full version name.
    Garibaldi Lift Company. It's a restaurant with a deck that overlooks the park. Great people watching while drinking beers. I assume FM just means to meet down in front of it by the Customer Relations office (near the ticket window) and not up at the restaurant itself.

    The lift actually opens at 9 on weekends so folks could easily get a run or two in before meeting up. Me. I'm a realist and know what Saturday night at Crankworx means and 10 might be pushing it as is.

    Whafe look into the HI Hostel on Alta Lake.
    http://www.hihostels.ca/PM/en/whistl...?sortcode=2.15

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Garibaldi Lift Company. It's a restaurant with a deck that overlooks the park. Great people watching while drinking beers. I assume FM just means to meet down in front of it by the Customer Relations office (near the ticket window) and not up at the restaurant itself.

    The lift actually opens at 9 on weekends so folks could easily get a run or two in before meeting up. Me. I'm a realist and know what Saturday night at Crankworx means and 10 might be pushing it as is.

    Whafe look into the HI Hostel on Alta Lake.
    http://www.hihostels.ca/PM/en/whistl...?sortcode=2.15
    Sweet EBX, thank you for those details, I tried the Hostel, it is booked, which is pretty obvious from Cranxworks

    Will try and call

    Yeah F a c k e n Ha.......................
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    Yeah....that's what I figured. Thanks!

    Sure is exciting to see things are coming together!

    Not long now!
    If I wanted your opinion I'd give it to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    I assume FM just means to meet down in front of it by the Customer Relations office (near the ticket window) and not up at the restaurant itself.
    Yes, we can drink our morning beer on the lift ride up


    It's a ways off so I expect we will fine tune before then... I'll be making calls saturday night on the way up. Hopefully we can all connect for some saturday night shennanigans.

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    Am I the only one who hasn't figured out lodging?

    If anybody has extra room or wants to go in on something, let me know

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    Foam Pit!

    Hey guys,

    Just thought I'd throw this out to ya'll in case there's any interest.

    I'm thinking I'm going to do a weeknight in the foam pit. The cost is $15 for a 3 hour session and they don't allow more than 30 people in at a time. Word on the street is that 3 hours even with a sold out session is plenty of time to get your jump on, but I'd think mid-week wouldn't be as busy.....

    It'd be a great excuse to get in and practice jumping and tricks.
    http://www.whistlerbike.com/informat...dome/index.htm

    I figure I'll do it either Monday or Tuesday night.

    Cheers,
    EB

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    Hey guys,

    Just thought I'd throw this out to ya'll in case there's any interest.

    I'm thinking I'm going to do a weeknight in the foam pit. The cost is $15 for a 3 hour session and they don't allow more than 30 people in at a time. Word on the street is that 3 hours even with a sold out session is plenty of time to get your jump on, but I'd think mid-week wouldn't be as busy.....

    It'd be a great excuse to get in and practice jumping and tricks.
    http://www.whistlerbike.com/informat...dome/index.htm

    I figure I'll do it either Monday or Tuesday night.

    Cheers,
    EB
    I would be keen, that would be a blast, either night for me is no issue.....
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