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    Swank 65

    Does anyone know the route used for the Swank 65? I know it is in the SW side of Pisgah and I know that the staging area typically has been the Kukyndal (sp) group campground. If any one has the route that has been used in past years, I'd like to try and link it up in the next few weeks. Thanks.

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    Does any one know the date this year? I cant find any info.

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    Has anyone confirmed this whole Farlow thing? I have a hard time believing they would send 100-200 people racing down that trail. It seems the required evacuations of all the injured riders would be near impossible.

    Dont get me wrong, Im in no matter what the course.

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    Finally someone responded to my thread, it has only been two years! The biggest concern I have is this years flyer mentions a bar-b-que finish, but fails to mention a Highland Keg. This was the only thing that kept me going last year . . . the thought of finishing so far back that the keg would be dry . . . motivation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punker
    Finally someone responded to my thread, it has only been two years!
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    Dial-up might be slow, but it provides extra cash for bike stuff.



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    So is this just one open class? I'd like to do this on a ss as it's probably gonna be my only bike for awhile. Any info on that?


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    One class this year

    Only 96er fixies with flat pedals, moustache bars, tubulars and a Biopace chainring up front will be allowed this year. Capris, or Man-pris will also be required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plume
    So is this just one open class? I'd like to do this on a ss as it's probably gonna be my only bike for awhile. Any info on that?

    Two classes:
    male and female
    pick one
    Only one hundred racers can enter.
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    I wasn't sure before. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Singletrack Pig
    Only 96er fixies with flat pedals, moustache bars, tubulars and a Biopace chainring up front will be allowed this year. Capris, or Man-pris will also be required.

    However, now I am in.
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