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    Official PSP Beerduro Results Thread

    Here are the results. Another great Beerduro!!! Enjoy.

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    I need to ride next time so Tony A. can improve his position

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    This just makes it more clear that I really need to work on my beer chug time more than anything Off to practice now... This is training I can deal with.
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    Funny, I never turned my card in..

    yet I have results there ??

    Unless there may be another Brian M.... that must be it..

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    Nope I like just where im at. I like to take wrong turns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbdennis View Post
    This just makes it more clear that I really need to work on my beer chug time more than anything Off to practice now... This is training I can deal with.
    No doubt. I typically lose about a minute and half to the beer chug leaders every time. Its brutal but I love the fact the fastest riders can lose to a quick beer chug. The essence of Beerduro! Now I need to figure out how to drink a beer in 5 seconds. Im not sure I could even pour a beer out in 5 seconds. Its got to be the squeeze.
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    Yeah Joe, didn't realize you are such a party animal !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbdennis View Post
    This just makes it more clear that I really need to work on my beer chug time more than anything Off to practice now... This is training I can deal with.
    Seriously. Im in the same boat. Maybe I need to start drinking cheap beer in order to get used to it. And thanks doug for posting these. This way of scoring is definitely the way to go imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MtbAZ44 View Post
    Funny, I never turned my card in..

    yet I have results there ??

    Unless there may be another Brian M.... that must be it..
    Yeah as to be expected, there is some weirdness in the timings - there's just bound to be some errors when trying to deal with so much data. For instance, I know I started right in front of John Schilling on segment 1, and nobody passed me, but my end time is 90 seconds after him haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike2112 View Post
    Yeah as to be expected, there is some weirdness in the timings - there's just bound to be some errors when trying to deal with so much data. For instance, I know I started right in front of John Schilling on segment 1, and nobody passed me, but my end time is 90 seconds after him haha.
    I will say that a lot of these issues come from yelling out the numbers and having the rider remember and write them down. 23:45 can easily turn into 24:35 when you pull out your card and write it down and now you just accidentally added 50 seconds to your time. This is why after stage 1 I offered to write the times down on riders cards for them. Since Im not riding at the time I could clearly hear Rob shout the end time, confirm if need be, and write them down for the rider, which I think worked better for stages 2-4.

    I still think the way things were done at the Gold Canyon Beerduro were the best. All the rider had to do was yell out their number as they finished. Easy to do in the heat of the moment. Having one person catalog the results was much easier and in essence what I ended up doing after stage 1. Its evolving which is good.
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    Just curious who is the other Brian M ? So I know for future BeerDuros...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    I will say that a lot of these issues come from yelling out the numbers and having the rider remember and write them down. 23:45 can easily turn into 24:35 when you pull out your card and write it down and now you just accidentally added 50 seconds to your time. This is why after stage 1 I offered to write the times down on riders cards for them. Since Im not riding at the time I could clearly hear Rob shout the end time, confirm if need be, and write them down for the rider, which I think worked better for stages 2-4.

    I still think the way things were done at the Gold Canyon Beerduro were the best. All the rider had to do was yell out their number as they finished. Easy to do in the heat of the moment. Having one person catalog the results was much easier and in essence what I ended up doing after stage 1. Its evolving which is good.
    No worries man. Based on the vibe and the people I talked to, d-baggery was non-existent and while the timing stuff is fun, who really gives a rip? Now excuse me while I practice my chugging skillz. And who can I contact to dispute the results???

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    Quote Originally Posted by MtbAZ44 View Post
    Just curious who is the other Brian M ? So I know for future BeerDuros...
    I looked at the strava activity playback and there was a Brian Miller...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike2112 View Post
    I looked at the strava activity playback and there was a Brian Miller...
    Thx mike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike2112 View Post
    Yeah as to be expected, there is some weirdness in the timings - there's just bound to be some errors when trying to deal with so much data. For instance, I know I started right in front of John Schilling on segment 1, and nobody passed me, but my end time is 90 seconds after him haha.
    Ha! It helps to know the timekeeper!! Looks like your segment 1 end time should be 14:18, All I remember is JoePAz flyin' by me barely 3 minutes into that segment!! 2 extra minutes would put you in the Top10!! Now that's phat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeskier46 View Post
    Ha! It helps to know the timekeeper!! Looks like your segment 1 end time should be 14:18, All I remember is JoePAz flyin' by me barely 3 minutes into that segment!! 2 extra minutes would put you in the Top10!! Now that's phat.
    I was afraid one of you guys was going to get me, even with the head start. Luckily, Joe started two spots behind me, and I think due to the lack of HAB on the first segment, I was able to stay in front of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike2112 View Post
    No worries man. Based on the vibe and the people I talked to, d-baggery was non-existent and while the timing stuff is fun, who really gives a rip? Now excuse me while I practice my chugging skillz. And who can I contact to dispute the results???
    Mike Nice ride. Looking at you times and my times we were pretty much the same expect for the first segment. Not sure what you real time is, but know you where there before me. Fun event anyway.

    I personally loved the climbing challenge. Nice way to throw a bone to climbers as we had to get there anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeskier46 View Post
    Ha! It helps to know the timekeeper!! Looks like your segment 1 end time should be 14:18, All I remember is JoePAz flyin' by me barely 3 minutes into that segment!! 2 extra minutes would put you in the Top10!! Now that's phat.
    Actually the time should be faster than that. I finished a 13:55 and Mike was already there so he finished before 14:18 for sure.

    John, There was only a 20 second gap between us at the start and I hammered that segment hard, almost to the point I was going to blow up. I knew trail pretty well so I planned to push to the top, get there and then to hang on for the descent and keep going until the end wherever that was. Plan seems to have worked.

    The thing about beerduro is that there is plenty of time to recover in between segments. So you can go hard, really hard and then recover in between and even soft pedal the transit stages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePAz View Post
    Actually the time should be faster than that. I finished a 13:55 and Mike was already there so he finished before 14:18 for sure.
    Yeah I looked at strava for that and looks like my time was pretty close to yours for the first. Can't tell exactly, but it makes sense based on the rest of the results. It's funny checking the analysis of the ride. It's just like you said - HAMMERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RESTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT HAMMER etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmike2112 View Post
    It's just like you said - HAMMERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR RESTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT HAMMER etc.
    Ha! Beerduro was really planned to help people do more High Intensity Interval Training.

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    I will say the Stage 1 discrepancies, proves that the concept of "yelling out to riders as they fly by and making them stop to write down their own results" is not a good solution for recording end times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    I need to ride next time so Tony A. can improve his position
    Hi Philbo,
    I don't think you meant this as a call out, but...Tony just finished the Tour Divide. I was fortunate enough to spend most of my eight days of racing, with him. Tony has a huge engine, grinds out huge climbs, breaks chains and pedals with great regularity.

    Kudo's to him for even showing up.
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    Was not a call out. More of a jab at myself. If I participated I would improve everyone's results by one position.

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    Percentage-wise. Kind of a difficult comment to make correctly= I got it though. Tony did carry a ton of beer on the trail with him too!
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    Was not a call out. More of a jab at myself. If I participated I would improve everyone's results by one position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cstem View Post
    Percentage-wise. Kind of a difficult comment to make correctly= I got it though. Tony did carry a ton of beer on the trail with him too!
    That's why I said I didn't think he meant it as a jab. Sunday, Tony told me he had his empty seat bag full of beer and ice.
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    I remember Tony. He hooked me up with a Coors Light. Real nice guy. Talk about participating in events at opposite sides of the spectrum.

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