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    registration for Single Speed Worlds!!!!

    OK kids, here it is! Registration opens June 1rst on www.bikereg.com. There are 400 slots open, you need to register with bikereg.com BEFORE you can register for the event. The web site for the worlds (www.sswc05.com)) is going to be updated this week....It's on!
    Eric.

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    What's the registration cost?

    What's the cover to get into this gig?

    Thanks,
    "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy." -- Benjamin Franklin

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    I keep waiting to get an email about this. What's the purpose of the email list we all signed up for if not things like this?
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    relax

    the mail is coming..all of us who are working on this have real jobs and lives to lead as well. The mail will be out early next week. Sorry to put you out.
    Quote Originally Posted by wooglin
    I keep waiting to get an email about this. What's the purpose of the email list we all signed up for if not things like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERoman
    the mail is coming..all of us who are working on this have real jobs and lives to lead as well. The mail will be out early next week. Sorry to put you out.
    I tend to agree with Wooglin, but I am happy to see it posted here as well. At least we have a 2 week heads up! See you there, ER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERoman
    the mail is coming..all of us who are working on this have real jobs and lives to lead as well. The mail will be out early next week. Sorry to put you out.
    And I'm sorry for the poorly worded question.

    Looking forward to the Augustissue of BIKE. I hear ferrentino just interviewed you. Should be good.
    Last edited by wooglin; 05-19-2005 at 01:10 PM.
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    Eroman,

    Thanks for the head's up. I cannot wait until August.

    And for those of you who have never done an Eric event, you will more than get your money's worth. Trust me.

    Later.
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERoman
    OK kids, here it is! Registration opens June 1rst on www.bikereg.com. There are 400 slots open, you need to register with bikereg.com BEFORE you can register for the event. The web site for the worlds (www.sswc05.com)) is going to be updated this week....It's on!
    Eric.
    thanks for the heads-up. i bet it will fill up faster than jenna jameson's pooper!
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape
    thanks for the heads-up. i bet it will fill up faster than jenna jameson's pooper!
    If by chance I don't get registered before I can unload in Jenna, I'm gonna be poaching the event. Just thought you'd like to know, Bikehigh will be there. Legally if possible, but ...

    ... and there better be some Germans there to drinl beer with!
    I gotta roll, can't stand still, got a flame in my heart, can't get my fill.

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    question for you...

    Eric, I'm planning on going but I'm out of the country from this Monday to July 5. Hopefully I can get online and register in Europe, but if there may be issues with that is there any way I can pre-register? I'd hate to miss out, but I'll just try to register in some internet cafe somewhere...

    Kyle

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    Eric,

    Not to be too much of a pest but, will the registration be open at 12:00am June 1st? I'm just antsy.

    P.S. Thanks for taking on such a task.

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    Anal retentive quesiton time:

    I registerified for a bikereg account. BUT, lets say I'm a sugarmomma and I need to buy two tickets for myself and my house-ho. Can I buy two tickets from the same bikereg account, or is it one per?

    Also, can I wait in line for the next two weeks dressed as a PBR Beer can just so's I can be one of the very first to register?

    Also, thanks for putting on this shindig, mang. It's a lot of work, most of which we (the grunting, beer drinking, vasoline covered constituency) never see.

    <Insert thumbs up smiley here>
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    WIth Bikereg, you need to set up 2 different folks. It will not let the same person register for the same event more than one time (assuming it is set up like any other race).
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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