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    Southwest Knollyfest 2020

    Itís time to start thinking about where weíll meet up this Spring.

    Hurricane/St George again? My house will be available after March 27th if we want to congregate there.

    There was some talk of Moab which would be great, but crazy in town. And weíd need to get on it soon if we want to rent a house there.

    Fruita/Grand Junction?

    Phoenix/Tucson: March or early April if we want to beat the heat.

    Thoughts? Interested?




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    I'll definitely be a firm maybe for now. Probably most likely for GJ/Froota, Moab, or Hurricane. I'll follow this thread once some decisions are made to see if I can make it happen for once.
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    Never know.......one day I might actually show up for one of these.......instead of just reading about it.
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    Would love to make it if I can swing it. All sounds great to me!
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    Looks like we have some interest. Muttonchops also texted me expressing interest so Iím going to start planning.

    Dates Iím looking at:
    March 11-15 for Moab, Fruita/GJ, or Phoenix/Tucson
    April 8-12 for SG/Hurricane, Fruita/GJ, or Moab

    Iíll check condo/house rentals in Moab and Fruita/GJ for those dates.


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    Would love to make April happen- March dates interfere with my wifeís birthday.
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    Quick search for houses reveals that Moab is MUCH cheaper in March (Like $250-450 per night for a house that sleeps 10 compared to $600-1000) in April..... but more likely to be cold, but less crowded too.

    Prices in Fruita/GJ in April are pretty reasonable: This one looks really nice.

    If we don't mind staying out in Palisades (east of Grand Junction), this one is only $180/night.

    Edit: Just noticed, this one's just off Little Park Road right in the middle of the Lunch Loops!
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    I'm in for the April dates.

    No preference on location, all solid choices.

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    Did you guys do Sedona last year? Crossed a ton in a row on Knollys last spring on Slim Shady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiveo View Post
    Did you guys do Sedona last year? Crossed a ton in a row on Knollys last spring on Slim Shady.
    Yep. End of March. Good times.


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    Southwest Knollyfest 2020

    Just had another idea after reading this thread in SoCal forum.
    How about a Central/Southern Cali tour?

    Day 1: Canel Plunge near Kernville

    Day 2: Palm Canyon Epic https://www.strava.com/activities/2999913111

    Day 3: San JuanTrail Epic
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    Or if Canel Plunge is still snowed in maybe some Santa Monica Mountains or Santa Barbara stuff?

    It would be a lot of driving in traffic and all three are huge rides. Just a crazy thought.


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    I would love to join and be super sad to miss out...however for once I may have to be smart here...

    My customer goes live on the new software I am implementing in mid March and then I am in a support role in April for the first month end which happens to be year end. Wife's B'day first week of April (a milestone birthday)

    So......maybe
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    Never missed one yet. Damnit
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    Cali for sure. Santa Cruz would be nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muttonchops View Post
    I would love to join and be super sad to miss out...however for once I may have to be smart here...

    My customer goes live on the new software I am implementing in mid March and then I am in a support role in April for the first month end which happens to be year end. Wife's B'day first week of April (a milestone birthday)

    So......maybe
    Sooooo, what youíre saying is 2nd weekend in April would be perfect!


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    Woot! I was hoping this thread would pop up this year, I'd like to make it again. One possible complication for me with the April dates, is I'm trying to see Pearl Jam in Phoenix on April 11, but there's no guarantee I'll get tickets. I'll just wait to see how things settle out in the next week or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    Woot! I was hoping this thread would pop up this year, I'd like to make it again. One possible complication for me with the April dates, is I'm trying to see Pearl Jam in Phoenix on April 11, but there's no guarantee I'll get tickets. I'll just wait to see how things settle out in the next week or so.
    Cool. Soooooo, you're saying the Phoenix location would be best?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHROMAG19 View Post
    Cali for sure. Santa Cruz would be nice...
    I can help with logistics if things go in this direction. Lodging and finding your way to/around the trails can be challenging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy f View Post
    I can help with logistics if things go in this direction. Lodging and finding your way to/around the trails can be challenging.
    Thanks! That was one of my concerns with a California location. If Iím organizing a gathering, Iíd feel way more comfortable going to a place Iím pretty familiar with.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    Thanks! That was one of my concerns with a California location. If Iím organizing a gathering, Iíd feel way more comfortable going to a place Iím pretty familiar with.


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    Makes sense, absolutely. But if you do give it consideration, Santa Cruz is mostly a summer destination which helps with lodging. There are plenty of available Airbnb rentals on the beach in Aptos in late March/early April. That puts you a 5 minute pedal from the Epicenter shuttle to Soquel Demonstration Forest. Or you can ride past Epicenter and into the Forest of Nisene Marks sans shuttle. UCSC is a 10 minute drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy f View Post
    Makes sense, absolutely. But if you do give it consideration, Santa Cruz is mostly a summer destination which helps with lodging. There are plenty of available Airbnb rentals on the beach in Aptos in late March/early April. That puts you a 5 minute pedal from the Epicenter shuttle to Soquel Demonstration Forest. Or you can ride past Epicenter and into the Forest of Nisene Marks sans shuttle. UCSC is a 10 minute drive.
    Hmm. We did a spring break trip to Santa Cruz probably 9-10 years ago. Didnít get to ride nearly enough.

    I like this house (though itís a bit farther in Watsonville).

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    If California is being considered my vote is on the sierras. Tahoe and downieville area. Way better then the bay in my opinion. Id also be down for fruita and other places in colorado

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    Would have to be later in the season I though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by useless info View Post
    Would have to be later in the season I though.
    I was gonna say depending on snow . Lol Iím in if this is the plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by useless info View Post
    Would have to be later in the season I though.
    July for some of the longer, high elevation rides.
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    If you choose Fruita/GJ, that Air BnB off Little Park Rd. would be an ideal location!

    Not to scare anyone off, but it is currently NUKING snow here. March is really 50/50% (or at least 60/40%) on being good for riding or not. There is NOWHERE to ride if we get a decent snowstorm or much rain. Moab has better weather-contingency options (Slickrock, Amasa Back, Ahab, etc.)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    If you choose Fruita/GJ, that Air BnB off Little Park Rd. would be an ideal location!

    Not to scare anyone off, but it is currently NUKING snow here. March is really 50/50% (or at least 60/40%) on being good for riding or not. There is NOWHERE to ride if we get a decent snowstorm or much rain. Moab has better weather-contingency options (Slickrock, Amasa Back, Ahab, etc.)...
    Hey Noah. Thanks for chiming in! Local beta is always super helpful. Is April usually gtg though? 70/30? 80/20?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aobs15 View Post
    I'm in for the April dates.

    No preference on location, all solid choices.
    Great. Iíll put you on the definites list. You interested in sharing a house with us?


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    Quote Originally Posted by useless info View Post
    If California is being considered my vote is on the sierras. Tahoe and downieville area. Way better then the bay in my opinion. Id also be down for fruita and other places in colorado
    Iíd be up for that. Definitely would love to ride Tahoe, Downieville and the Lost Sierra, but as you mentioned, it would have to be late June or July to hit the high country.

    Many of the previous Knollyfest attendees (including Noel) are from the PNW and usually more interested in a warm, dry, sunny spring getaway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    Iíd be up for that. Definitely would love to ride Tahoe, Downieville and the Lost Sierra, but as you mentioned, it would have to be late June or July to hit the high country.

    Many of the previous Knollyfest attendees (including Noel) are from the PNW and usually more interested in a warm, dry, sunny spring getaway.


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    For sure. Well once the venue is set I'll figure out if I can make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    Hey Noah. Thanks for chiming in! Local beta is always super helpful. Is April usually gtg though? 70/30? 80/20?


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    70/30 sounds about right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahColorado View Post
    70/30 sounds about right!
    From what I've seen the tradition is it's nice all month except festival weekend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    From what I've seen the tradition is it's nice all month except festival weekend?
    That's what I was thinking, Ha ha. Must be why they moved the FFTF to first weekend in May now.

    Weatherspark.com says ~15% chance of rain on average for our April dates and average highs 66, lows around 40. I'd take those odds.

    I'd be up for a day trip to Moab too, if conditions go to crap in Fruita/Grand Junction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by useless info View Post
    If California is being considered my vote is on the sierras. Tahoe and downieville area. Way better then the bay in my opinion. Id also be down for fruita and other places in colorado
    Tahoe / Sierras would very much peak my interest and ability to attend.
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    I'd be in for GJ/Moab/Hurricane. Probably can't swing the coast with a BC trip coming up this summer.

    I'm with Noah - March is hugely hit or miss. April is usually pretty solid.

    I'd personally lean toward GJ - look up Free Lunch, Lemon Squeezer, Holy Cross, Pucker Up, and the Ribbon. Mix that in with Palisade Rim or the beginnings of the Palisade Plunge and it's a good off the radar area with lots of ways to get stupid. And if it rains...Moab is 1.5 hrs away.

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    Are we looking at April now that March is pretty close? Or later?

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    Ok. I pulled the trigger on the house in GJ at the Lunch Loops for April 8-12.
    If I donít get at least 3-4 pretty solid commitments to share the house rental within the next couple days I can still cancel. After that, we're committed.

    Whoís with me?


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    I'm in for 3 of the days (9-12th) for sure and maybe more. Still willing to split cost of housing (how much?). I'll be heading in from the Golden area if anyone wants to carpoool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by useless info View Post
    I'm in for 3 of the days (9-12th) for sure and maybe more. Still willing to split cost of housing (how much?). I'll be heading in from the Golden area if anyone wants to carpoool.
    Nice! Iíll add you to to ďdefiniteĒ list. Itíll be great to have you there.

    Yes, weíre still planning on splitting the cost of the house. The cost will depend on how many people sign up. Total cost is $1280 for four days.


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    timing on this one looks pretty good. A couple weeks after the Hurricane fest and a few before the Fruita fest. I'll see if I can make it work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catch22 View Post
    timing on this one looks pretty good. A couple weeks after the Hurricane fest and a few before the Fruita fest. I'll see if I can make it work.
    I picked those dates with you in mind, Brian. Do it!
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    Yep, B.Rock's got it. Here's what I'm thinking for a possible ride schedule. Be forewarned. I'm a bit of slave driver when it comes to biking vacations. I can rest when I'm back to work... Two rides a day is the minimum. we can chat, eat, drink etc after dark. Feel free to pick and choose which rides you do according to desire and fittness.

    Also be aware that this gathering is not sponsored, supported, or hosted in any way by Knolly Bikes. Just a get together of like minded Knolly owners. Also all the rides are self-supported and not guided. Of course we'll ride together and try and look out for each other (it's a good group to be with if you crash or get injured.... ask me how I know), but in the end each person is responsible for his own well being and safety.

    I'm thinking a later Wednesday afternoon ride out at the Kokopelli Trails to start off for the early arrivers. Something like Moore Fun to Mack Ridge to Lions to Mary's to Horsethief Bench.

    ThursdayAM: Lunch loops. Something like Eagles Wing/Andy's to Ribbon OAB to Free Lunch to Pre-nup to Pucker uP or Holy Cross
    ThursdayPM: Gunny variations on the East Side of Little Park Road (Good Vibes, Second Thoughts, Twist and Shout and Butterknife are all new since I've been there) or different trails on the West side. So much to ride on the Lunch Loops

    Friday: Day trip to Moab perhaps. Mag 7 to Blue Dot to Portal with Amasa Back (Hymasa to Ahab to Rockstacker/Jacksons or some variation thereof) in the later PM if we're stilling filling spunky.

    Saturday: More Lunch Loops early (it's right next to our house), then some Palisades stuff (Palisade Rim, Stage Coach, Mt Garfield) or if we have some local guides some of the off-the-radar stuff over there B.Rock was referring to.

    Sunday: No planned activities. Check out is at 10:00 am, but if you feel like you want to sneak another ride in on The Lunch Loop trails before taking off, go for it. They are literally right outside our door.

    I've only been to Fruita/GJ a couple times so would certainly defer to some local knowledge for ride suggestions.
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    Well I was going to say I'd be happy to be the local guide for the Socal trip you mentioned earlier (I ride all those trails regularly, though I'd recommend subbing Noble Canyon for Cannell) but looks like you're committing to GJ!

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    Yep, definitely committed to GJ now. I let the 48 hr free cancellation on the house expire last night, so I guess we need to fill it.
    You in? Noble Canyon would've been a great addition to the SoCal trip. Maybe next year. You plan, I'll come.


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    Let me know if I missed anyone or if you want to be moved up to the "definitely in" list. It's going to be fun.
    Also let me know if you'e planning on staying at the airbnb or camping/finding your own accommodations.
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    Iím gonna try really hard to make this happen, but Iím heading to Bentonville for the Professional Trail Builders Association conference in March, so Iím not sure how Iím going to do this.

    Our build season is pretty short, and depending on the weather this might be right when I need to be finishing some trail projects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpearce1475 View Post
    Well I was going to say I'd be happy to be the local guide for the Socal trip you mentioned earlier (I ride all those trails regularly, though I'd recommend subbing Noble Canyon for Cannell) but looks like you're committing to GJ!
    Man, after a year of riding flightline and penasquitos/mission - cutting my teeth back in 2003, I went to Noble Canyon and fell in love with riding. I need to get back there!

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