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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Keyesville 2007 is upon us!

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    Here we are people. Keyesville is ready for vintage bikes to take over.

    There will be two vintage classes: 1987 to 1995 and 1986 and older. Both classes will be taking off of the line at the same time. If you're not in shape don't worry about it. You have a high end race bike so put it out on the course where it's supposed to be.

    ALL VINTAGE RACERS WILL BE DOING BOTH THE CROSS COUNTRY AND DOWNHILL! No wussies racing only the cross country. The downhill course is the same course from the 80's so it's easy to do on you're vintage rig!

    There will be Racing, killer Fillet Mignon, natural hot springs, fishing, hiking, rafting, etc, etc.... oh, and don't forgot all the dorking out for several days with other bike geeks.

    Camping is totally free. The vintage camp will have it's own giant meadow which is right near the cross country course for the rest of you're family to cheer you on at. Big fires and good food! The camping has porta potty's but otherwise primitive. The atmosphere of this race is very old school since the race hasn't changed one single bit over the years!



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    I'm in.
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    I'm there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushpig
    I'm there!
    good deal! all the way from New York. so far you're coming the longest distance. bring your wife, i could use some gourmet food on this trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushpig
    I'm there!
    What size TT length do you need for a ride? SPD or flat pedals? color pefrences?
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    Fillet_Brazed, you gonna kill us on the Cunningham again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb11
    What size TT length do you need for a ride? SPD or flat pedals? color pefrences?
    Something rainbow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    Fillet_Brazed, you gonna kill us on the Cunningham again?
    Yeeeeah. Hows about it pal?
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    Anyone Want To Sponsor My Trip As Official Photographer?

    No? Drat!

    I wish I could make it out there but alas don't have the funds.

    There's always next year....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Something rainbow.
    You'll have to bring one of your bikes then for Noah
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    i got gas money!!!

    whats that scruffy looking guy with the bikes at the on ramp doing? oh look, he's got his thumb out, i think he wants a ride.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollister
    whats that scruffy looking guy with the bikes at the on ramp doing? oh look, he's got his thumb out, i think he wants a ride.....
    LOL If you can make it to the east side of the Sierras, I'll stop for you.

    I'm looking forward to my third trip to Keyesville. Should be fun!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    LOL If you can make it to the east side of the Sierras, I'll stop for you.

    I'm looking forward to my third trip to Keyesville. Should be fun!!!
    this is like my 13th time there. my first one was the 3rd annual. we're shooting on having the vintage class being the largest of all race classes. last year i think we were close to that.

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    Do the components have be of same era?

    To enter the vintage race do all of the components on the vintage frame have to be of the same vintage. I.E Can I ride by Yo Eddy w/ V brakes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmu91024
    To enter the vintage race do all of the components on the vintage frame have to be of the same vintage. I.E Can I ride by Yo Eddy w/ V brakes?
    In theory, yes. However, no one really cares (unless you're faster than everyone else, then we'll claim that we lost because you had v-brakes). It's more about looking at bike, talking about bikes, and making fun of Rumpfy and whomever he can coax onto his inflatable love seat. It's a good time! (a
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    It's more about looking at bike, talking about bikes, and making fun of Rumpfy and whomever he can coax onto his inflatable love seat. It's a good time! (a

    Hahaha.....wait a second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Hahaha.....wait a second.
    uh oh, is Rumpfy going to be the poster boy again this year? maybe we need a different person? Doug Lexington?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    uh oh, is Rumpfy going to be the poster boy again this year? maybe we need a different person? Doug Lexington?
    Rumor is East Coast talent to fill that roll.
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    [QUOTE=Veloculture]uh oh, is Rumpfy going to be the poster boy again this year? maybe we need a different person? Doug Lexington?
    Deal, I'll even bring my Bontrager.

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    [QUOTE=Doug Lexington]
    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    uh oh, is Rumpfy going to be the poster boy again this year? maybe we need a different person? Doug Lexington?
    Deal, I'll even bring my Bontrager.
    Doug, you're such a Bonty hater. why you gotta hate like dat?

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    Maybe we could have a Bonty toss? I'll bring Rumpfys Bonty frame
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lexington
    Deal, I'll even bring my Bontrager.
    Looking forward to meeting you in person finally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kb11
    Maybe we could have a Bonty toss? I'll bring Rumpfys Bonty frame
    i've got a Vitus frame here. will that work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    i've got a Vitus frame here. will that work?
    If it flexes like a Bonty I dont see why not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Looking forward to meeting you in person finally.
    Ditto, I will be the one wearing the purple Bell Brava.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    i've got a Vitus frame here. will that work?
    how bout an ALAN......
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    Rancheria

    Looks like some fun...I did a lot of my after work riding in the Keyesville Mining zone during my hotshot days in Bodfish. Good bouldering as well. My last MTB race was the '89 Keyesville Classic. At least it has lived up to its name.
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    Have y'all ever done Rancheria from Greenhorn to 178 via Nickel's Ranch(real close to Merle Haggard's old place)? As far as Vintage/OldSchool DH-ing goes, it'd be tough to beat that old road as a course. I can see the nightmare in the shuttle to Greenhorn Summit then from the mouth of the canyon and back up to Keyesville, but hey if you have not done it, you should for sure...after the monster shuttle, you could always get a burger at Stony's and toss your legs in the Kern!
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    camping and other ques.

    I've been looking foward to this for more than a year now. It's inspired me to get the old Klien back in shape. Next year I'll be on something steel. Hell, it'll be fun just riding on dirt, we're pretty snowed in right now up here in Reno. Will the camping be open Fri. through Sun. night? Do we need Norba lic. Is the XC race still 10 miles? Anythought on extending it another lap.

    Looking foward to meeting you all!

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    Bay Area Carpool?

    Hey Eric, or anyone else from the Bay Area. Got room for one reasonably sized adult and one Bontrager Single Speed? PM or give out my email to anyone who wants someone to split gas money and driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grislybikegeek
    I've been looking foward to this for more than a year now. It's inspired me to get the old Klien back in shape. Next year I'll be on something steel. Hell, it'll be fun just riding on dirt, we're pretty snowed in right now up here in Reno. Will the camping be open Fri. through Sun. night? Do we need Norba lic. Is the XC race still 10 miles? Anythought on extending it another lap.

    Looking foward to meeting you all!

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    the camping is always free and always open. it's just a big open area. i'll be there Friday night but probably late. the area we camp is a big green meadow and without signs you probably couldn't find it on your own unfortunately until signs are put up.

    right now i think it is set at 2 laps. some people are saying they want to go back to one lap but then have a second parade lap for fun. we can work out how we want to do it up there maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    right now i think it is set at 2 laps. some people are saying they want to go back to one lap but then have a second parade lap for fun. we can work out how we want to do it up there maybe.
    How about two parade laps for fun, and we call it a race?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    How about two parade laps for fun, and we call it a race?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lutarious
    Hey Eric, or anyone else from the Bay Area. Got room for one reasonably sized adult and one Bontrager Single Speed? PM or give out my email to anyone who wants someone to split gas money and driving.

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    did you get the factory ss?!!

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    the weather forecast so far is looking stellar! it's going to be awesome!

    http://www.weather.com/weather/month...nav_undeclared

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    Im going down there to ride in the trials comp on Saturday am (Nationals #1)

    Come on over and drink some beer and check out some trials. Pros are gonna be there.

    I may have room for one more but I'm not sure yet. Heading down Friday afternoon, leaving Sunday late afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lutarious
    Hey Eric, or anyone else from the Bay Area. Got room for one reasonably sized adult and one Bontrager Single Speed? PM or give out my email to anyone who wants someone to split gas money and driving.

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    As far as I know right now, I've got a full car I'm afraid.

    Perhaps you and Hollister can get something to work out as I know he's looking for a ride....and he likes Bontragers.
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    I don't think I'm gonna ride my retro. Depends if my cracked rib still hurts, which it probably will. But I'll be there mixing tang and gatorlode (remember that?!?!) for the GrisslyBikeGeek.

    Just in case: how retro does it have to be? I have my old frame from 1990, but it's got v brakes and a convert now. It does look plenty ghetto if that helps.

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    Wolfy, 90' is old enough and that thing is so ghetto nobody would care about the v-brakes anyway.

    So what's the story with dinner Sat. night? I've seen talk of some filet mignon being cooked up. Is it a pot luck? Do we need to bring our own meat? Is it included in our entrance fee?

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    Sweet. I'll just spray paint the brakes and dingle to look like anodized purple.

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    Bring your own meat, huh. I guess you could call it that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grislybikegeek
    Wolfy, 90' is old enough and that thing is so ghetto nobody would care about the v-brakes anyway.

    So what's the story with dinner Sat. night? I've seen talk of some filet mignon being cooked up. Is it a pot luck? Do we need to bring our own meat? Is it included in our entrance fee?

    GBG
    the Fillet Mignon might very well be the best you've ever had. i know it's the best i've ever had. it's from a restaurant thats about 45minutes from the race site in the middle of nowhere. real nice drive but it's seriously miles from anything. their smallest is a 12oz and the largest is a 20oz. bring your appetite.

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    if you can get to the middle of nowhere from keysville in only 45 minutes you've got to be freaking hauling ass!

    We'll just bring cash and tallboys. and maybe get my mom to make us some rice-crispy treats for old time's sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy
    if you can get to the middle of nowhere from keysville in only 45 minutes you've got to be freaking hauling ass!

    We'll just bring cash and tallboys. and maybe get my mom to make us some rice-crispy treats for old time's sake.

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    bring the bacon strips to the hot springs.

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    Weather forecast is lookin' mighty fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    Weather forecast is lookin' mighty fine.

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    Full Crew! Bacon Strip Contingent

    Wolfy, Mark the Shark might be meeting/going down there with us. Also Jon Wilson expressed some interest, would that be cool with your folks to have 3 or 4 grubby fun junkies crashing in Fri. night? If we out grow the Subaru, we can bring the truck. I'm thinking of bringing the 1spd for a ride Mon. before we split.

    GBG

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    We're cool. What am I saying.

    Of course we're cool.

    I don't know about those hot springs though. Bacon strip isn't the worst thing I've seen there...

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    Wink Keyesville

    I will be there on Saturday on an Otis Guy beam bike, my friend will be riding his Bonty Race. We are both signed up for the vintage race, iIs a NORBA license required

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    is anybody doing the short track?

    I was just filling out the reg. and was wondering if there is going to be a vintage short track.

    GBG

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    Let me guess....

    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    the Fillet Mignon might very well be the best you've ever had. i know it's the best i've ever had. it's from a restaurant thats about 45minutes from the race site in the middle of nowhere. real nice drive but it's seriously miles from anything. their smallest is a 12oz and the largest is a 20oz. bring your appetite.
    With that time/distance and being in the middle of nowhere, would it be in the Walker Basin?? Rankin Ranch to be specific??


    Ahh, this thread brings back memories.....thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAK
    With that time/distance and being in the middle of nowhere, would it be in the Walker Basin?? Rankin Ranch to be specific??


    Ahh, this thread brings back memories.....thanks!
    no, not Walker Basin. i would image some good beef in that area though. im talkin about McNally's which is past Roads End further north on the Kern River. their beef is probably from Walker Basin though. even the beef in the grocery stores in that area is better. them happy cows are mighty tasty.

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    aaahhh...the other way! Sherman Pass zone

    Quote Originally Posted by Veloculture
    no, not Walker Basin. i would image some good beef in that area though. im talkin about McNally's which is past Roads End further north on the Kern River. their beef is probably from Walker Basin though. even the beef in the grocery stores in that area is better. them happy cows are mighty tasty.
    Tasty Cows!

    Have Fun...sounds like a great event.
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    Oh, The Pain!

    I've got to go to a wedding, or I would be at Keyesville. Everyone please take lots of pics and share them here. Here's my old '33 with the 'raingutters', morrow, b-72, and the Torrington longhorns. She's gone the way of the peaceful warrior, but the frame may be back in a new incarnation.
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    Downhill practice

    Is there a chance for someone to prerun the downhill course?

    GBG,

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    Quote Originally Posted by grislybikegeek
    Is there a chance for someone to prerun the downhill course?

    GBG,

    Yeah, there'll be plenty of time to pre run the DH course.
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    Don't let him prerun the DH course!!!

    -M

    ps HIT THE JUMP!!!!!!
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    Hit The Jump!!!!!

    What's a matter Wolfy? Just don't let them start you in front of me.
    I signed up for the whole stage race! WOO HOO!
    What if I'm the only guy in the retro short track? Do I get to school the kids riding those new fancy pancy bikes?

    GBG,

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